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Motherland

by Meg Nola

Melissa Thompson’s enticing Jamaican-inspired cookbook "Motherland" combines a solemn history of the Caribbean island nation with notes about its delicious food and spirited reputation. The daughter of a Jamaican father and Maltese... Read More

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The Kitchen Healer

by Aimee Jodoin

Enter the heart of the home to find solace and self-love through Jules Blaine Davis’s New Age book "The Kitchen Healer". Though it contains some recipes, this is not a cookbook, but rather a cooking book. It is a guide to feeling at... Read More

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Vegan Africa

by Jeff Fleischer

Marie Kacouchia’s cookbook "Vegan Africa" is packed with a wide variety of recipes from across the continent. The recipes range from simple sauces to flavorful mains, all using natural ingredients and that stand to hold appeal for... Read More

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Serendipity

by Eric Patterson

“We make a lot of mistakes, and often we take the wrong path,” writes Oscar Farinetti in "Serendipity", a whirlwind book of forty-eight essays that tour some of the best culinary mistakes to grace humanity’s palate, from Barolo... Read More

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Chinese-Ish

by Meg Nola

Chinese-ish is a vibrant collaborative cookbook created by Asian Australian friends Rosheen Kaul and Joanna Hu. The pair share a passion for food and the experience of growing up in millennial Melbourne as the children of immigrants.... Read More

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The Art of the Board

by Rachel Jagareski

Charcuterie boards are always in vogue, but Olivia Carney’s "The Art of the Board" puts the wow factor into these edible arrangements. She calls food boards a great plan-ahead addition to any party menu, and the book encourages having... Read More

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60-Second Cocktails

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Get ready to wow your guests with classic cocktails and contemporary innovations, all shaken, stirred, or otherwise concocted in around a minute, thanks to Joel Harrison and Neil Ridley’s upbeat guide "60-Second Cocktails". Harrison... Read More

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Mamacita

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Immigrant Andrea Pons’s vibrant cookbook "Mamacita" gathers the dishes that helped her to maintain a strong sense of culture while she was away from her first home. Noting that Mexican life “revolves around the next meal,” Pons’s... Read More

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