Fannie Farmer Cookbook
A wonderfully friendly book for the beginner cook; an inexhaustable
source for the experienced.
Tried and true recipes from Canada and the United States. The recipes
are simple and clear.
New Basics Cookbook
Way to Cook, Julia Child
Martha Stewart Living Cookbook, Martha Stewart
Oliver (the Naked Chef)
Oliver's mandate is to make cooking hip and accessible, and his popular
three books, packed with innovative, easy-to-prepare recipes, are on
their way to doing just that.
Smith (the Frugal Gourmet)
Yet another addition to the ever-popular "For Dummies" series,
this is a sure bet for the stove-phobic.
Meals, Rachael Ray
Rapide, Carol Cutler
as 1-2-3 series, Ladies' Home Journal
Atkins' New Diet Revolution by Dr. Robert C. Atkins
The perfect weight-loss solution or another danger for dieters? You
decide with this runaway best-seller.
There's a health-conscious treat for every taste in this comprehensive
series of cookbooks from the behemoth of the weight-loss industry.
Good Carb Cookbook, Sandra Woodruff
Zone, Barry Sears
South Beach Diet by Dr. Arthur Agatston
Cookbook, Doris Janzen Longacre
Subtitled "Suggestions by Mennonites on How to Eat Better and Consume
Less of the World's Limited Food Resources," this book is an invaluable
resource for those interested in eating responsibly and living simply.
for a Small Planet, Frances Moore Lappe
Classic Vegetarian Cookbook, Rose Elliot
This richly illustrated book is an excellent choice for anyone interested
in vegetarian cooking; clear instructions and abundant illustrations
make it accessible to newcomers to vegetarianism.
Even non-vegetarians love the popular series of books from the famed
Moosewood Collective; some recipes make use of fish and eggs.
it all Vegan!, Tanya Barnard and Sarah Kramer
Enchanted Broccoli Forest, Mollie Katzen
Homes and Gardens
Joy of Cooking (1st
Ed.), Irma S. Rombauer
Learn how to cook everything from a boiled egg to a raw abalone (hint:
it requries prodigious pounding) in this indispensible classic reference.
Cooking School Cookbook (1st
Ed.), Fannie Merritt Farmer
Originally published in 1896, this book includes nearly 2,000 recipes
compiled while Farmer was the principal of the cooking school.
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Cooking for Kids
of the World Series
This Time-Life series in 27 volumes covers the cuisines of as many cultures.
Callaloo, roti, sweet potato pudding, rice and peas, fried dumplings,
green banana porridge.
Chow mein, chop suey, dim sum, Singapore noodles, won ton, sweet and
sour soup, deep-fried tofu.
Escargot, pastry, soufflé, brie, foie gras, baguette, pâte à
Spaghetti, pizza margherita, Italian wedding soup, ravioli, ziti, polenta,
Tortillas, tacos, chile rellenos, tamales, chile verde, Mexican wedding
Nigiri, maki, gari, temake.
Pad thai, green curry, thai iced tea, satay, nam pla.