Last Minute Cookbook Finds

I caught these sales late so you only have today and tomorrow to pick them up! There are some great selections in here and I am personally pick up at least 3 of them. 

These books are all $3.99 or less with most of them just $1.99.

Japanese Soul Cooking

By Tadashi Ono & Harris Salat

There’s so much more to Japanese cooking than sushi. Here, over 100 recipes from food writer Harris Salat and chef Tadashi Ono expound upon Japan’s soups, stews, curries, dumplings, grilled meats, and so many noodles. Learn all about Japanese pantry essentials, from furikake to vinegars and fermented sauces and then master noodle dishes like Tokyo-style ramen, learn how to fold, steam, and fry gyoza, how to achieve the crispy crunchy batter of the Japanese-style fried chicken, why Japanese curry has such a unique flavor, and the secret to always-crispy tempura. Savory omelets filled with crab; sweet and sour fried rice; and garlic-marinated steak will quickly become a part of your repertoire.

$3.99 (reg. $11.99) on Amazon

Holiday Cookies

By Elizabet Der Nederlanden

The holiday season evokes a certain sense of nostalgia we crave all year round, and part of that involves freshly baked cookies. Inside this cookbook, you’ll find beautifully crafted stain glass snowflakes and citrus cookie ornaments, or classic regional delights like Hungarian kiffles and Italian pignoli cookies. With 50 foolproof recipes, this collection of cookies represents the very best of wintertime baking perfect for your cookie swap, office party, or quiet snowy day in.

$1.99 (reg. $9.99) on Amazon


The New Indian Slow Cooker 

By  Neela Paniz

When food writer Neela Paniz was asked to write a cookbook filled with Indian recipes that could be made in a slow cooker, her first reaction was “that it was not possible to achieve in a slower cooker what one did in a saucepan.” And then she proved herself wrong. With clever hacks and smart tricks for making the most out of this everyday appliance, Paniz presents a new way of thinking about how to build flavor and maintain textures in curries and dals. Recipes include a potato curry based on one made in Kashmir, curried chickpeas (perfect for weeknights over steamed rice), and pork vindaloo, a gingery sauce that hits all of the tastebuds at once.

$2.99 (reg. $19.99 on Amazon


Vegetarian Dinner Parties

By Marc Scarborough & Bruce Weinstein

In Vegetarian Dinner Parties, authors Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough focus on seasonality and peak freshness to unlock the bold flavors of meatless cooking. Vegetables are often relegated to side dishes and salads, but here, they’re the main event. Think ricotta and spinach dumplings with parmesan cream sauce or black-eyed pea stew and fried corn cakes. No element of the dinner party is left untouched, with welcome cocktails like watermelon prosecco punch and pecan baklava to finish off the meal.

$2.99 (reg. $14.99) on Amazon

Tart and Sweet

By Kelly Geary & Jessie Knadler

In this cookbook, all things pickled, canned, and preserved are covered. Authors Kelly Geary and Jessie Knadler take readers through the step-by-step canning process and prove that it really isn’t as difficult as you think. But this goes well beyond the basics. You’ll learn how to properly pickle, make a perfect marmalade, and master kimchi. Before you know it, your pantry will be packed with mason jars filled with your homemade creations, whether its peach lavender jam, candied kumquats with cinnamon and star anise, or pear chili chutney.

$2.99 (reg. $14.99) on Amazon

Joy the Baker Over Easy

By Joy Wilson

Whether you decide to indulge in mimosas, poached eggs, ricotta waffles, or all three, it’s important to start your day off right when it comes to brunch. Joy Wilson of blog Joy the Baker shares 125 recipes centered on all-day breakfast food for a lazy Sunday. She reveals her secrets on getting the perfect egg, whether you like it scrambled, fried, poached, or boiled and how to succeed in making a crispy hash brown. With recipes for sweet bacon pancakes and mashed potato skillet scones, you can make a brunch worthy of staying in instead of waiting on line.

$2.99 (reg. $41.99) on Amazon

Sale runs 11/18/18 to 12/02/18. 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.



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