May Cook Book Deals
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 Bryant Terry
Paying homage to both his ancestry and upbringing, Bryant Terry expertly blends African, Caribbean, and Southern cuisines within the pages of his vegan cookbook. From tofu curry inspired by Tanzanian fish curry to blackened okra with red rice representative of the South, Terry brings the aromatic and comforting flavors of Afro-diasporic cuisine without compromise. In the recipe headnotes, he provides historical context of ingredients and personal anecdotes, along with hand-picked music tracks and recommended books, intertwining his own narrative throughout. These global recipes will excite all types of eaters, while paving the way for healthier eating habits along the way.
$9.99) on Amazon
By Ronni Lundy
In Victuals, author Ronni Lundy endows Appalachia, her home, with lush romance. Follow Lundy on a journey into the history—of the people, places, and food—and vibrant present of the mountainous South. Alongside bracing photography of the makers and doers, places and plates of food, Lundy writes with deep appreciation of a region filled with tradition. About 80 recipes—including chicken and dumplings, English peas and cream, and dozens of methods for cooking hearty greens and sweet corn—trace the junctions between farmland and family. Amid landscapes of plenty, Lundy weaves stories of her childhood and recipes, like sorghum butter and “real cornbread,” which is blond like a yellow cake and baked over browned butter in a cast-iron skillet.
$16.99) on Amazon
The Art of Simple Food
By Alice Waters
For a collection of classic, timeless recipes, look no further than The Art of Simple Food. Founded on Alice Waters’s core ideologies of seasonality and local ingredients, this book serves as an all-encompassing guide on how to shop, eat, and cook with this mindset. Humble recipes for dishes like zucchini ragout with bacon and tomato, braised chicken legs, and nectarine-and-blueberry crisp will change the way you look at your ingredients and redefine your relationship with cooking and dining.
$18.99 on Amazon
Emily: The Cookbook
By Emily & Matthew Hyland
Emily and Matt Hyland’s legendary burger and Detroit-style pies have engendered long lines and wait times at their New York outposts. But withEmily: The Cookbook, you can re-create these restaurant favorites at home, whether it’s their dry-aged burger patty topped with caramelized onions and Grafton cheddar on a pretzel bun to their gloriously cheesy pan pizzas. Best of all, no fancy pizza equipment is required.
$12.99) on Amazon
The Beekman 1802 Heirloom Dessert Cookbook
By Brent Ridge & Josh Kilmer-Purcell & Sandy Gluck
While dessert trends come and go, the comfort of heirloom desserts endures. Authors Brent Ridge and Josh Kilmer-Purcell share classic recipes inspired by their childhoods and life in upstate New York. For each season, they share recipes best fitted for that time of year, like salty nougat fudge brownies when you want to cozy up in the middle of winter, and a strawberry shortcake with balsamic syrup to welcome spring. Their requirements for their recipes follow simplicity, deliciousness, and accessibility, making this the perfect dessert book for anyone.
$5.99) on Amazon
Bon Appétit, Y’all
By Virginia Willis
Author Virginia Willis brings together the sensibility of Southern cooking and French technique in Bon Appétit, Y’All. Inside, you’ll find both Southern and French classics with Willis’ modern updates, like Mama’s Quail in red wine sauce, time-honored traditional recipes like angel biscuits, and good ol’-fashioned comfort food, including red velvet cake and blackberry cobbler. Willis emphasizes simplicity in her recipes and techniques but guarantees showstopping dishes fit for a feast.
$7.99) on Amazon
Sale runs 4/28/19 to 5/12/19. 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.