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Miracle Brew

by Matt Sutherland

Civilization befell humanity in spurts of luck and cleverness: managing fire, sharing food, affection communicated in the gift of a flower, speech, discovering that a bunch of ripe grapes left in the hollow of a boulder or grain soaked... Read More

Book Review

The Fragrant Pantry

by Katie Asher

Bissell’s book offers an in-depth look at creating and storing all sorts of fruit and floral products, complete with savory dish suggestions, creative pairings, and a compelling and interesting narrative. "The Fragrant Pantry" is a... Read More

Book Review

Eat Mesquite and More

by Melissa Wuske

Diverse recipes aptly convey both the bounty and the natural Eat Mesquite and More: A Cookbook for Sonoran Desert Foods and Living is an inviting tribute to a region and its naturally delicious cuisine. Recipes fill the bulk of the... Read More

Book Review

The Potatopia Cookbook

by Eric Patterson

"The Potatopia Cookbook" successfully introduces home cooks to the wide world of potato cookery. Potatoes are everywhere, and in "The Potatopia Cookbook", Allen Dikker takes readers on a culinary journey guided by the simple, often... Read More

Book Review

Sweet Revenge

by Hannah Hohman

"Sweet Revenge" is a book on a mission to help teenagers find a way to better express themselves when they are hurt—with dessert! "Sweet Revenge" is a mischievous cookbook that is equal parts gratifying, tempting, and hilarious. A... Read More

Book Review

Veneto

by Rachel Jagareski

In this cookbook worth savoring, entrancing cooking instructions involve lots of snappiness, whooshing, and wine. Tourist-trodden Venice may be the star attraction of Italy’s Veneto region, but for native food writer Valeria Necchio,... Read More

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