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The Vegetarian Flavor Bible: The Essential Guide to Culinary Creativity with Vegetables, Fruits, Grains, Legumes, Nuts, Seeds, and More, Based on the Wisdom of Leading American Chefs
A Great Guide to the Seafood Novice
A Great Guide to the Seafood Novice
Taming the Unknown: Cooking Wild Game
Taming the Unknown: Cooking Wild Game

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Meat A Benign Extravagance by Fairlie, Simon [Chelsea Green,2010] (Paperback)

Meat A Benign Extravagance by Fairlie, Simon [Chelsea Green,2010] (Paperback)

“This is a difficult book to review for a cookbook site, because it is not a cookbook. If you are looking for recipes to cook meat, consult any of the many excellent cook books on the subject. This book, on the other hand, is a fascinating and intensely detailed exploration of the role of meat in responsible agriculture. My main concern about this book is that not enough people will read it, and...” --hwood

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The Book Of Yogurt

The Book Of Yogurt

“Originally released in 1978, "The Book of Yogurt: An International Collection of Recipes" by Sonia Uvezian was just recently re-released to entice a whole new generation to look beyond the breakfast table and see yogurt as a vital ingredient that can be used a whole range of dishes and in many different ways.   In the 35 years since it was first released, Americans have connected with...” --Pete

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Beans: More than 200 Delicious, Wholesome Recipes from Around the World

Beans: More than 200 Delicious, Wholesome Recipes from Around the World

Earthy, elegant, affordable, and nourishing, the healthful legume gets star billing in this comprehensive bean cookbook. More than 200 delectable recipes--gathered from Aliza Green's travels throughout the world as well as from famous chefs and restaurants--are accompanied by essential information on bean varieties and cooking methods. Two-color illustrations and charts accompany an...

Beans: A History

Beans: A History

Whether refried, baked, falafelled, or complementing a nice Chianti, the humble bean has long been a part of gourmet and everyday food culture around the globe. As Ken Albala shows, though, over its history the bean has enjoyed more controversy than its current ubiquity lets on. From the bean's status as seat of the soul (at least, that's what Pythagoras thought) to seed of sin (or so...

All About Braising: The Art of Uncomplicated Cooking

All About Braising: The Art of Uncomplicated Cooking

“ For most people,  the idea of reading an entire book devoted to one simple cooking technique, braising, is probably reminiscent of going to detention and being forced to read some lengthy book on world history. Yet I think you will find, as I did, that Molly Stevens' book on braising is a surprisingly excellent read.      Braising tends to be one of the cooking techniques that you just don't...” --Nicko

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Potatoes (Favorite Recipes)

Potatoes (Favorite Recipes)

It's no surprise that potatoes are one of the most widely eaten foods in the world. In addition to being delicious, potatoes are fantastically healthy. In fact, the potato is a near-perfect food. Did you know that the US Department of Agriculture has stated that "a diet of whole milk and potatoes would supply almost all of the food elements necessary for the maintenance of the...

Mushrooms

Mushrooms

Now cooks can learn how to use mushrooms in more than 125 delicious recipes for appetizers, soups, salads, side dishes, main dishes, and sauces. Mushrooms reveals the best ways to use both wild and cultivated mushrooms, and what cooks need to know about the various choices now becoming available in supermarkets.

Sausage: Recipes for Making and Cooking with Homemade Sausage

Sausage: Recipes for Making and Cooking with Homemade Sausage

Think Beyond the Link   You don’t have to be an expert cook or have a fancy kitchen to make sausage at home. If you simply think beyond the link, you’ll find a whole world of sausage possibilities. Patties, meatballs, fish balls, veg balls, meat loaf—these are all sausages without casings that are every bit as savory and satisfying as their linked cousins. And, since...

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