5 New Cookbooks

Hungry? You will be by the end of this post…

new england seafood markets
The New England Seafood Markets Cookbook: Recipes from the Best Lobster Pounds, Clam Shacks, and Fish Mongers by Mike Urban
 (15 Jul 2016)
From Old Saybrook to Bar Harbour, the New England coast is home to some of the best lobster pounds and fish markets in the world. The dedicated staff there work to bring in the freshest catches every day, so who better to ask how to cook with them? The New England Seafood Markets Cookbook offers recipes from the best seafood markets in the six-state New England region, including such basics as: * Baked Haddock * Grilled Scallops * Lobster Newburg And more exotic fare like: * Lobster Chow Mein * Thai Squid Salad * Halibut with Sorrel Sauce Throughout, the recipes are supplemented with profiles of more than thirty of the top seafood markets-their histories, their owners, their specialties-and profiles of some of the more colourful fishing operations along the New England seaboard.


one pot pasta
One-Pot Pasta: From Pot to Plate in Under 30 Minutes by Sabrina Fauda-Role
 (11 Aug 2016)
Over 30 delicious dishes that cook in one pot in under 30 minutes
Quick to cook, nutritious, and filling, there is often nothing more satisfying than a bowl of pasta. In One-Pot Pasta, Sabrina Fauda-Role takes it to new heights as she shares all her favorite ways to cook a delicious mid-week meal at record speed!
With a stylish design and chapters covering Meat, Seafood, Vegetarian and Cheese, Sabrina cooks up fresh, fun, and easy recipes, from a classic spaghetti with meatballs to interesting flavor combinations such as pasta with curried carrots and sesame seeds.
Sabrina’s magic method works with a wide variety of pasta types and shapes. All the ingredients go into one pot, which cooks over a medium heat for 15 minutes. After resting off the heat for 5 minutes, all the dishes are ready to top and serve.
One-Pot Pasta shows that even after a long day at work anyone can prepare a hearty, healthy, and delicious supper in under half an hour.”

the art of cake pops
The Art of Cake Pops: 75 Dangerously Delicious Designs by Noel Muniz
(16 Aug 2016)
You can transform your cake pops into art, and eat it, too! Cake pops are the hottest bestselling confections in bakeries today, but anyone can make these fun little treats at home with this essential guide. Though they may look intricate and difficult to make, with a little practice and imagination, kids and adults will be making these colorful creations in no time! Noel Muniz shows you the basics of making these small, delectable sweets, with tips that will guide you through every step of the process. The Art of Cake Pops covers everything you need to become a cake pop pro, including the different types of chocolates to use, how to use cookie cutters as molds, coloring chocolate, and when it’s best to use homemade or boxed cake. There are also sections about preventing or fixing common baking problems and mistakes, such as cake pops that crack, leaking oil, and streaking, with detailed photos to help you along the way. Filled with delicious recipes for cake flavors such as chocolate, banana, strawberry, and lemon, and seventy-five colorful and creative designs for silly frogs, cute babies, and vibrant butterflies–along with twenty-five party theme ideas–you’ll make a splash at any gathering, and your cake pops will be the talk of the event. America loves foods on sticks, and with full cake flavor and a quarter of the guilt, these cakes on a stick are no exception. Skyhorse Publishing, along with our Good Books and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of cookbooks, including books on juicing, grilling, baking, frying, home brewing and winemaking, slow cookers, and cast iron cooking. We’ve been successful with books on gluten-free cooking, vegetarian and vegan cooking, paleo, raw foods, and more. Our list includes French cooking, Swedish cooking, Austrian and German cooking, Cajun cooking, as well as books on jerky, canning and preserving, peanut butter, meatballs, oil and vinegar, bone broth, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

hungry fan's game day
The Hungry Fan’s Game Day Cookbook: 165 Recipes for Fangating: Eating, Drinking & Watching Sports by Daina Falk
 (23 Aug 2016)
The daughter of legendary sports agent David Falk, Daina Falk spent her early years around pro athletes. Today, her love of sports is matched only by her passion for food. As the original Hungry Fan(r), Daina celebrates game day cooking at its best, from pulled pork sandwiches at the tailgate to sky-high stadium chili at home.
In “The Hungry Fan’s Game Day Cookbook,” Daina presents more than 100 crowd-pleasing recipes to jazz up your tailgate and score points with any home game-watching guest. Discover fresh takes on classics like Buffalo wings, sliders, and layered dips, alongside delicious dishes inspired by local fan traditions. Daina also enlisted a dream team of athletes including LeBron James, Boomer Esiason, Victoria Azarenka, and Dikembe Mutombo to contribute their signature recipes to the mix.
Featuring tips on planning menus, packing snacks, and finding top stadium eats, plus fun facts, team trivia, and Daina’s memories of growing up on the sidelines, this fan-friendly cookbook is an all-access pass to the ultimate game day experience.

meat free monday
The Meat Free Monday Cookbook: A Full Menu for Every Monday of the Year by Annie Rigg
 (1 Sep 2016)
In 2009, Paul, Stella and Mary McCartney launched the Meat Free Monday campaign as a simple and straightforward idea to show everyone the value of eating less meat and to make it easier for us to do so. Cutting down the amount of meat in our diet has a huge range of environmental and personal benefits, including significantly reducing the greenhouse gas emissions associated with livestock production, boosting our health by increasing the amount of fruit and vegetables in our diet, and helping us save money by offering substitutes for expensive meat and fish. Often, though, our vegetarian repertoire is limited, with the result that our enthusiasm to continue with a meat-free day wanes when we are confronted with yet again eating the same dish. With menus for each of the 52 weeks of the year two main recipes, plus four other ideas for each meal of the day The Meat Free Monday Cookbook addresses this problem and is aimed at everyone who cares about the environment, is happy to eat vegetarian one day a week, but needs inspiration and guidance to do so. Packed with vibrant spring soups, inventive summer salads, appetizing fall casseroles and comforting winter stews, the recipes include such enticing dishes as Grilled Figs with Ricotta, Spiced Pumpkin Pancakes, Sicilian Cauliflower Pasta, Mexican Cornbread, Pilau Rice with Cashews, French Bean, Roquefort and Walnut Salad, Watermelon Granita, Hot Mozzarella Sandwich, Roasted Halloumi Wrap and Onion and Walnut Muffins, and cover everything from alternatives to the ubiquitous ham sandwich in your packed lunch and the traditional cooked breakfast to satisfying snacks for when hunger strikes. With contributions from Paul, Stella and Mary McCartney, as well as celebrity and chef supporters of the campaign such as Skye Gyngell, Giorgio Locatelli, Yotam Ottellenghi, Tom Aikens, Kevin Spacey, Pink, Twiggy, Woody Harrelson, Vivienne Westwood and Pamela Anderson, The Meat Free Monday Cookbook is guaranteed to tempt even the most confirmed carnivore.”

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4 thoughts on “5 New Cookbooks

    • I hear you! I think that’s everyone’s favourite part! Friends of mine now have a rule that if they buy a cookbook that they HAVE to cook at least one recipe out of it, and not just look at the pictures.

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