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Wild Honey and Rye

by Rachel Jagareski

Ren Behan’s "Wild Honey and Rye" transforms the treasured foods of her Polish forbears into fresher, lighter recipes. While there are still hearty dishes in the mix, Behan’s emphasis is on adaptations of classic Polish fare to... Read More

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Southern from Scratch

by Rachel Jagareski

Drawing from her Appalachian roots and degrees in nutrition, Ashley English’s "Southern from Scratch" shows how to stock your kitchen with whole-food goodness, from sweet treats in the freezer to sparkling jars of home-canned pickles.... Read More

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Feasting

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Restaurateur Amanda Ruben makes two generations of Ruben women who fell into cooking as a joyous career. Flipping through her tantalizing new cookbook, it’s easy to understand why she was propelled to parlay her recipes, with their... Read More

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Being 2.0

by Laura Leavitt

In its philosophical depth, "Being 2.0" reveals surprising and insightful ways for coping with modern malaise. Nothing less than the cultural evolution of Western civilization is questioned in "Being 2.0" by Razique Mahroua. Mahroua’s... Read More

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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

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