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Tired of cooking the same things all the time? Do you want to branch out and try some new recipes? Here is a sample of new cookbooks that have just arrived. Bon Appetit!




Click for availability and more information Baking Out Loud, by Hedy Goldsmith
 
The Food Network-featured executive pastry chef of Michael's Genuine Food & Drink presents a collection of recipes inspired by popular supermarket treats, from Red Velvet Twinks and Chocolate Caramel Peanut Bars to Dunk in Da Trunk Cookies and Banana Toffee Panini. 


Click for availability and more information Clean Eating for Busy Families: get meals on the table in minutes with simple & satisfying whole-foods recipes you & your kids will love, by Michelle Dudash, R.D
 
Clean Eating for Busy Families takes the challenge out of putting delicious food on the family table on a nightly basis by providing you with a clear plan for dinner success. With streamlined weekly grocery lists, simple-yet-delicious recipes, and practical tips for healthy family eating, you'll find it a cinch to trade in that uninspired takeout for wholesome meals that don't just put your tummy to ease, but your mind too. 


Click for availability and more information Cooking With Love: real comfort food from Carla's kitchen, by Carla Hall with Genevieve Ko
 
Carla Hall is co-host of ABC's daily lifestyle series The Chew. Carla first won the hearts of fans nationwide on Bravo's Top Chef. When she returned for Top Chef All-Stars, she went on to win Fan Favorite with her warmth, enthusiasm, and delicious food. In this book, she serves up more than 100 fantastic recipes that revolutionize comfort food by using fresh ingredients in her twists on tried-and-true classics. 


Click for availability and more information The Epicurious Cookbook , by Tanya Steel
 
Organized seasonally and by meal type, The Epicurious Cookbook offers everything from 30-minute weeknight dinners to weekend warrior show-stoppers. Also included are comfort food favorites, small dishes perfect for parties and plenty of repertoire-building mains and sides, plus breakfasts, breads, and desserts. Throughout are Epicurious member suggestions for tweaking recipes, ideas for menu planning, smart substitutions, and homespun recipes from dozens of Epicurious members newly tested for this cookbook. 


Click for availability and more information Gran's Kitchen: recipes from the notebooks of Dulcie May Booker , compiled by Natalie Oldfield
 
Seventy-six of the best tried-and-true homemade recipes from a bygone era, lovingly selected from the notebooks of 95-year-old Dulcie May Booker. This edition, Compiled by her granddaughter, talented foodie Natalie Oldfield, Gran's Kitchen is sure to satisfy the current interest in traditional cookery in a very personal way. A little of the old, a little new, it is full of simple, comforting, and easy-to-make cakes, breakfasts, dinners, and desserts, as well as her secrets to award-winning baking and preserving. Not only is this book a beautiful cookbook, but it is also filled with wonderful family love and community spirit. 


Click for availability and more information The Hamptons & Long Island homegrown cookbook : local food, local restaurants, local recipes, by Leeann Lavin
 
Profiles twenty-seven of the well-known chefs and restaurant owners of the region and the farmers who supply them with fresh ingredients, with seventy-five recipes for seasonal dishes. 


Click for availability and more information The Latin Road Home : savoring the foods of Ecuador, Spain, Cuba, Mexico, and Peru, by Jose Garces
 
The essential book for experiencing the joy of sitting down to dinner in a Latin household. Capture the vibrant regional flavors of Latin America and Spain with ease in your home kitchen with Jose Garces as your guide. 


Click for availability and more information Now Eat This! Italian: favorite dishes from the real mamas of Italy, all under 350 calories, by Rocco DiSpirito
 
Weight-conscious food lovers no longer need to deprive themselves of the ever-popular cuisine of Italy. In his signature style, Rocco DiSpirito has recreated 100 classic Italian recipes to be healthy and low in calories and fat-yet still full of flavor. After traveling to Italy and perfecting the dishes side-by-side with the chefs who make them best-the Italian mamas-he offers sinful pastas, sauces, and desserts you never thought you could eat while keeping healthy. 


Click for availability and more information Real Snacks : make your favorite childhood treats without all the junk, by Lara Ferroni
 
Imagine homemade Twinkies, Ding-Dongs, Doritos, and Cheez-Its made in your own kitchen, even with gluten-free and vegan variations. Make your favorite snacks with whole grains and natural sweeteners full of wonderful flavors and nutrients not artificial colors and preservatives. Lara Ferroni shows you how with this collection of 50 nostalgic childhood treats that satisfy your junk food cravings, but without all the junk. Gluten free and vegan options are included for every recipe. 


Click for availability and more information Sweet Paris : a love affair with Parisian pastries, chocolate and desserts, by Michael Paul
 
More than just a cookbook, this is a sweet-toothed guide to Paris. With more than thirty distinctly Parisian recipes, ranging from tarts and macarons to madeleines and chocolates, let your taste buds do the walking. A sophisticated design and stunning images help to make this book a timeless keepsake that will be cherished for years to come. 


Click for availability and more information Try This at Home, by Richard Blais
 
From Bravo's Top Chef All-Stars winner Richard Blais comes his very cool debut cookbook for home cooks looking to up their game with more excitement in the kitchen. This is accessible and fun, and includes the signature recipes, flavor combinations, and cooking techniques that have made him such a popular chef.


Click for availability and more information Vietnamese Home Cooking, by Charles Phan
 
When Charles Phan opened his now- legendary restaurant, The Slanted Door, in 1995, he introduced American diners to a new world of Vietnamese food: robustly flavored, subtly nuanced, authentic yet influenced by local ingredients, and, ultimately, entirely approachable. In this same spirit of tradition and innovation, Phan presents a landmark collection based on the premise that with an understanding of its central techniques and fundamental ingredients, Vietnamese home cooking can be as attainable and understandable as American, French, or Italian.

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