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- An A-Z Guide to Food Additives, by Deanna M. Minich.
This 'additive translator' will help consumers avoid undesirable food additives and show them which additives do no harm and may even be nutritious.
- The Adaptable Feast, by Ivy Manning.
Satisfying Meals for the Vegetarians, Vegans, and Omnivores at Your Table. These adaptable recipes are designed to yield a few vegetarian servings of a meaty dish or a few omnivore servings of a vegetarian one.
- Ainsley Harriot's Gourmet Express, by Ainsley Harriot.
The recipes in this cookbook are easy to follow, and they include detailed, step-by-step instructions on how to prepare each dish. The majority of the fast food, gourmet recipes in this cookbook can be prepared in under 30 minutes!
- Apricots on the Nile - A Memoir with Recipes, by Colette Rossant.
A culinary memoir of a young French girl's life in Egypt from 1937-1947.
- Brian Turner's Favourite British Recipes, by Brian Turner.
A collection of 120 classic British recipes, ranging from Hot Cross Buns and Shepherd's Pie to Steak and Kidney Pudding and Scotch Eggs. Includes commentary on the recipes and anecdotes from the career of Chef Turner.
- The Church Ladies' Divine Desserts, by Brenda Rhodes Miller.
This is both a cookbook and a history of the Church Ladies who created the scrumptious deserts that make up this delicious book!
- Cook Books, Compiled by Richard Seltzer.
A collection of 8 Classic 19th Century Cook Books including Mrs. H. Wicken's 1893 classic, The Art of Living in Australia, plus the 1832 sweet tooth lover's cookbook, Seventy-Five Receipts for Pastry Cakes and Sweetmeats, by Miss Leslie of Philadelphia.
- Cooking the Gullah Way, by Sallie Ann Robinson.
A charming introduction to Gullah culture and foodways, and includes 75 mouth-watering Gullah recipes along with 25 traditional home remedies.
- Crazy for Casseroles, by James Villas.
This book illustrates perfectly what authentic, original, regional American cooking is all about. This is food at its most appealing: simple, delicious fare that leaves lots of room for variations and that the home cook can feel proud to serve anytime.
- The Eye and Nutrition, by Lucio Buratto.
Combining the latest scientific information about nutrition and eye health with a mouth-watering cookbook, this book is essential reading for anyone interested in eye health, nutrition, and how the two subjects are interrelated.
- Fast and Simple Diabetes Menus, by Betty Wedman-St. Louis.
Over 125 Recipes & Meal Plans for Diabetes. This book includes a variety of menus that cover three meals a day for four weeks. Nutritional information, and diet management strategies for diabetics are also discussed.
- Fresh From the Vegetarian Slow Cooker, by Robin Robertson.
200 Recipes for Healthy and Hearty One-Pot Meals That are Ready When You Are.
- French Lessons: Adventures with Knife, Fork, and Corkscrew, By Peter Mayle.
A fulfilling gastronomical trip through France, with a reverent bow the Michelin guide.
- Hallelujah! The Welcome Table, by Maya Angelou.
A Lifetime of Memories with Recipes. More than 70 recipes accompanied by brief essays about Angelou's life and the events and memories associated with the various dishes that are mentioned.
- Hamburgers & Fries, by John T. Edge.
A culinary, cultural, and a historical overview of Hamburgers and Fries in American society. Includes fifteen recipes.
- The Healthy Kitchen, by Andrew Weil and Rosie Daley.
This is a useful cookbook, full of mouth-watering recipes, and insightful advice on how to eat, and live, healthy.
- Julia's Kitchen Wisdom, by Julia Child.
This cookbook will serve as a handy reference book, for novice and advanced cooks, on basic cooking techniques, timesaving tips, and useful advice that will save you years of trial-and-error in the kitchen.
- Low-Fat, Low Cholesterol Cookbook, by the American Heart Association.
More than 200 Delicious Recipes to Help Lower Your Cholesterol.
- Matzoh Ball Gumbo: Culinary Tales of the Jewish South, by Marcie Cohen Ferris.
An engaging and unique social history of Southern Jewry told through the food they eat, what it says about their Jewish identity, what it means to be Southern, and how Jewish foodways melded with Southern culinary traditions to create a unique Jewish cuisine that combines elements of both Jewish and Southern cooking traditions and styles.
- The No-Fad Diet: A Personal Plan for Healthy Weight Loss, By The American Heart Association
The American Heart Association's healthy strategy to lose weight and keep it off. Includes more than 190 all-new recipes.
- No-Fuss Diabetes Recipes for 1 or 2, By Jackie Boucher, Marcia Hayes, & Jane Stephenson
A large print cookbook for people with diabetes who are living alone or with one other person. Easy to prepare recipes that make one or two servings for no leftovers.
- Not Your Mother's Slow Cooker Family Favorites, by Beth Hensperger.
Beth Hensperger knows what families want: kidfriendly fare thats wholesome, economical, and appealing to adults, too. And she knows what busy parents need: slow cooker recipes that do all that and come together quickly, with a minimum of muss and fuss...
- One-Dish Vegetarian Meals, by Robin Robertson.
150 Easy, Wholesome, and Delicious Soups, Stews, Casseroles, Stir-Fries, Pastas, Rice Dishes, Chilis, and More.
- Pillsbury Best of the Bake-Off Cookbook
Recipes from America's Favorite Cooking Contest. 400 of the most popular mouth-watering recipes from Pillsbury Bake-Off for the years 1949-2002.
- Probiotic Foods for Good Health, by Beatrice Trum Hunter.
Become an educated consumer as you learn about the special nutritional and therapeutic features of probiotic foods in this handy and informative guide.
- Return to Paris - A Memoir with Recipes, by Colette Rossant.
In this sequel to Apricots on the Nile, Rossant chronicles her life from 1947 to the present.
- The Roasted Vegetable, by Andrea Chesman.
Here, Andrea Chesman has assembled a mouthwatering collection of 150 meat-free recipes, from simple sides to main dishes.
- Something from the Oven: Reinventing Dinner in 1950s America, by Laura Shapiro.
A social and culinary history of America's changing attitudes toward food during the 1950's, including how prepackaged foods became common fare and how these convenience foods affected the lives of women.
- The South Beach Diet Cookbook, by Arthur Agatston, M.D.
Companion cookbook to the bestselling diet plan, The South Beach Diet, featuring more than 200 recipes.
- The South Beach Diet Quick and Easy Cookbook, by Arthur Agatston, M.D.
200 delicious easy recipes recipes ready in 30 minutes or less that help South Beach dieters stay on track.
- Totally Vegetarian, by Toni Fiore.
Fiore presents 200 recipes that emphasize familiar and readily available ingredients. Whether you’re cooking for a vegan or a flexitarian, everyone aspiring to eat less meat will savor this totally vegetarian food.
- Vegan Diner: Classic Comfort Food for the Body & Soul, by Julie Hasson.
Guilt-free comfort-food for vegans everywhere, from pancakes and faux Benedicts to open-faced sandwiches and creamy cheesecakes.
- Vegan Lunch Box Around the World, by Jennifer McCann.
125 Easy, International Lunches Kids and Grown-Ups will Love! Based on the wildly popular blog of the same name, Vegan Lunch Box offers an amazing array of meat-free, egg-free, and dairy-free meals and snacks.
- The Vegetarian Meat & Potatoes Cookbook, by Robin Robertson.
This cookbook recasts classic all-American “meat and potatoes” food in a healthier role, from family-style foods to gourmet specialties to ethnic favorites. It will revolutionize the way you think about vegetarian food.
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