Cookbook finds for September 2018
Are you a cookbook addict? I am! I used to have a very large bookcase that was so full there were books stacked on top of it and on the leftover space on the shelves in front of the books. I was out of control. Luckily Amazon’s Kindle and digital books came along. At first it was just good for replacing my novel library but now with color tablets and Kindles you can read your favorite cookbooks with full effect. I have only purchased digital cookbooks for years now and I can’t pass up on a great deal.
These books are all $3.99 or less with most of them just $1.99.
By Peter Reinhart
What’s the perfect consistency for bread dough? How easy is it to substitute eggs? If there’s a question you have about bread, it’s likely that Peter Reinhart can answer it. The artisan bread aficionado breaks it down in this volume of 50 quick and easy recipes, with plenty of step-by-step photographs and insider tips. With an expert’s guidance, you can craft piping-hot soft pretzel rolls, get that sourdough starter going, and perfect that loaf of focaccia in no time.
by Jenn Louis with Kathleen Squires
The Book of Greens is an encyclopedic resource for all things leafy green. Organized alphabetically with over 175 recipes, this in-depth resource will make your next trip to the farmers market a breeze. With a section dedicated to each green, the text provides quick tips like how to choose, clean, store, and cook it, along with recommended pairings and full recipes. Even the usual suspects are seen in a new light with recipes like zeppole with arugula pesto and okonomiyaki with brined cabbage.
by Allison Arevalo an Erin Wade
There is no shortage of recipes for one of America’s favorite dinners—pasta coated in creamy cheese—but the great majority of them fall flat. Here’s a collection of recipes from Allison Arevalo and Erin Wade, who run Homeroom, a restaurant in Oakland, California, dedicated to mac and cheese. Their approach includes making a killer sauce, boosting flavors with more than one kind of cheese, cooking the pasta just so, seasoning with salt—but not too much—and options for stovetop as well as oven-baked. Tuna mac, truffle mac, and vegan mac are among the 50 recipes.
By Deborah Madison
Deborah Madison, one of the most trusted names in vegetarian cooking, pairs old favorites with modern reinterpretations in her latest book, In My Kitchen. Madison continues to innovate how she cooks vegetables in this edition that’s nearly akin to an encyclopedia. She draws inspiration from a global perspective, including recipes for eggplant gratin with a golden dome of saffron-ricotta custard and Japanese sweet potato soup with ginger.
by Suzanne Lenzer
Homemade pizza isn’t just meant for weekend projects. With one tried-and-true “mother crust” recipe, this dough serves as an easy blank canvas for delicious toppings whether it’s an aromatic roasted garlic spread, a traditional red sauce, or whatever is growing in your garden out back. Eat with the seasons, or follow Suzanne Lenzer’s recipes for creative combinations like sweet and sour onions with butternut squash and ricotta or broccolini, mushroom, and crunchy breadcrumbs. Once you nail down the basic dough recipe, pizza night can be any night.
Sale runs 9/9/18 to 9/23/18. Prices have been verified before this post, but prices are subject to change without notice. Please make sure to check each eBook price before purchasing.