New Digital Cookbook Finds for April
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.
Dinner in an Instant
By Melissa Clark
It’s no secret that Instant Pots have changed the way we cook, and home cooking expert Melissa Clark is a believer. Dinner in an Instant is a collection of recipes from around the world adapted for your electronic pressure cooker, making meal preparation more efficient but always keeping it flavorful. Think Japanese beef curry or Indian butter shrimp with pared down processes and shorter cooking times. Seemingly involved dishes are a breeze with the Instant Pot, and are possible even on the busiest of nights.
The Lost Kitchen
By Erin French
Impressive self-taught cook Erin French has brought her comforting, seasonal style of cooking into her idyllic Maine restaurant. Now embodied in a cookbook, The Lost Kitchen exudes French’s approachable, countryside cuisine inspired by her roots in Freedom, Maine. Taste earthy elements with a wood-smoked leg of lamb and prepare a fire of your own outdoors. These humble home cooking recipes will take you back to simpler times, enjoying nature’s bounty in its purest form. Stunning scenic photography and a focus on fresh, locally sourced ingredients will encourage you to cook with the seasons and embrace the outdoors.
How to Grow More Vegetables, Ninth Edition
By Jon Jeavons; Forward by Alice Waters
Picking fruits straight off the vine and having your own outdoor herb garden is more attainable than you think. For beginners and green thumbs alike, How to Grow More Vegetables acts as your guide for sustainability, composting, and gardening. Convert an empty patch in your backyard into an eco-friendly home garden filled with organic vegetables, fruits, and grains. With expert John Jeavons helping you along the way, you’ll find yourself growing more of your own food and buying less.
Back Pocket Pasta
By Colu Henry
With a well-stocked pantry and a few seasonal ingredients, you’re already on your way to simple, delicious dinners. Instead of being bogged down by ingredient-specific recipes, Back Pocket Pasta works with what you have on hand, not what you need to go out and buy. With five-ingredient dinners, easy substitutes, and time-saving hacks, pasta night with a buttery basil pesto linguine or a quick cacio e pepe has never been easier.
By Yotam Ottolenghi and Helen Goh
From the famed Ottolenghi restaurants in London comes a cookbook covering the world of all things sugary. In Sweet, pastry masters Yotam Ottolenghi and Helen Goh amaze both the eyes and taste buds with their delightful desserts. The results are extraordinary: chopped halva is added to brownie batter, then topped with swirls of tahini, while slicing into a lemon cake reveals stripes of a brilliant blackcurrant buttercream. From the simple classics to the showstoppers, Sweet is an essential for all baking purposes.
Sale runs 2/4/18 to 2/18/18. 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.