Cooking, Food, Wine & Spirits

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“not only informative and insightful; it’s also satisfying, entertaining, and makes you wish there were more farms like it where we can all get our food.”

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“Thanks to his immense curiosity and devotion to detail, Kimball shines a generous light on the world’s cuisines by providing a context for each recipe’s ingredients, techniques, and origin

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Meatless burgers are everywhere. So popular that supermarkets and fast food chains can’t keep them in stock. Whatever happened to cultured meat?

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“This vegan cookbook, Compassionate Cuisine, is not just about cooking and food. It is about saving the lives of animals.

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“Specific therapies and medications can help relieve the burden of anxiety, yet only about a third of people suffering from this condition seek treatment.”

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“Shuk is the delightful way . . .

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“Thottungal’s passion and love for Kerala fare are evident in each and every recipe and are the ultimate guideposts for anyone who wants to know more about the distinctive food of Kerala.”

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Everyone should speak baseball. There is something about the game that communicates ideas and feelings. The game is more than language. It might be a metaphor for life.

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Provence has always held a special place in the hearts, minds, and kitchens of the English-speaking world.

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“A picture is worth a thousand words and that is what this cookbook offers: a multitude of photographs of food that tempt the reader to create recipes from Love and Lemons Every Day

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“Children who cook become children who taste and often eat. Get the kids to clean, scrub or peel the potatoes and carrots.

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In Show Up for Salad: 100 More Recipes for Salads, Dressings, and All the Fixins You Don’t Have to Be Vegan to Love, Terry Hope Romero does a lot more than provide a few recipes for those

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Anthony Bourdain Remembered is a crowdsourced eulogy of a book that will be published on May 27, just a few days before the anniversary of his death on June 8, 2018.

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“It’s refreshing to thumb through a chef-written cookbook and recognize virtually all of the recipes . . .

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“[Y]ou might think of this book as you would your very own vegetable-cooking school + toolbox + charismatic coach in one.”

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“Although vegetables are the centerpiece in The Modern Cook’s Year, author Anna Jones has gathered an encyclopedia of information and recipes on all kinds of fruits, grains, and le

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“Eating good food can be joyful, emotional, and even spiritual. Sharing it with others can be a universal commonality that allows people to connect with one another.”

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“This book is a kitchen essential for anyone who wants to learn the secrets of simple, tasty, and mostly healthful Indian cooking.”

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“The story of Onwuachi’s climb up, with its attendant pitfalls, is masterful.”

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Rebecca Earle, a professor in history at the University of Warwick, intellectualizes the history of potatoes to portray the tuber’s entanglement with the emergence of modernity, the birth of the li

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“Let’s face it, it can be hard to choose to eat ‘healthy’ when so many options may seem more appealing, cheaper, and more convenient—but often also more harmful and wasteful.”

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"Ken Wells, a career professional journalist, set out to tell a personal story of all things culturally connected with gumbo."

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“Look, getting bullied in school and coming home crying in the rain and my mom making me a can of Campbell’s tomato soup with some oysterettes.

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“Ginny Kay McMeans shows us how to create recipes that dispel the myth that vegans don’t get enough protein.”

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