Looking for some new recipes? Try one of these cookbooks available in the library’s collection.
It is almost time to start baking those Christmas cookies that we all love. A new cookbook full of more than 200 types of recipes is Very Merry Cookies (641.5686 VER). This book is for both novices and more experienced bakers. Every cookie lover should find something to like in this book.
Jamie Oliver’s Meals in Minutes (641.555 OLI) is just the cookbook for those who need quick and easy recipes. This is Oliver’s 11th book. He provides recipes with stove to table prep times of 20-30 minutes. The book includes hundreds of color photographs, tips on how to organize your kitchen, and a list of essential tools and equipment.
For Italian food fans, try Jessica Theroux’s Cooking with Italian Grandmothers (641.5945 THE). The subtitle of this book is Recipes and Stories from Tuscany to Sicily. She visited Italian grandmothers in their kitchens and recorded their recipes and stories.
Comfort Food Fix (641.563 KRI) by the Cooking Channel’s Ellie Krieger has 150 recipes for favorites like meatloaf, lasagna, and mashed potatoes made with fewer calories and fat. Krieger provides lots of simple tips and tricks to serve up healthier foods. She has recipes for breakfast to dinner, snacks to desserts, and everything inbetween.
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