Tuesday, January 20, 2015

New and Novel: Food Books

Is it too soon? Have you gotten over all the big holiday meals, party food, and snacking yet?  Are you ready to think about food again?  Because it seems to us like there are always noteworthy books about food, cooking, and all things culinary in the library catalog.  Yum! Here some books for foodies that are a little off the beaten path - not just straight-up cookbooks.

Burnt Toast Makes You Sing Good: Recipes and Stories of Love From An American Midwest Family by Kathleen Flinn

Sweet Paul Eat & Make: Charming Recipes + Kitchen Crafts You Will Love by Paul Lowe et al.

Dog-Gone Good Cuisine: More Healthy, Fast, and Easy Recipes For You and Your Pooch by Gayle Pruitt

My Usual Table: A Life in Restaurants by Colman Andrews

The Food Section: Newspaper Women and the Culinary Community by Kimberly Wilmot Voss

A Mouthful of Stars: A Constellation of Favorite Recipes From My World Travels by Kim Sunée

Minding the Manor: The Memoir of a 1930s English Kitchen Maid by Mollie Moran

The Bloomsbury Cookbook: Recipes for Life, Love and Art by Jans Ondaatje Rolls

The Soda Fountain: Floats, Sundaes, Egg Creams & More -- Flavors and Traditions of an American Original by Gia Giasullo and Peter Freeman

Mallmann on Fire by Francis Mallmann with Peter Kaminsky and Donna Gelb  

Also, have you checked out The Mind of Chef series on DVD? This series explores the kitchen, world, and mind of renowned chefs. The catalog now features Seasons 1-3, with chefs such as Sean Brock [Heritage], Edward Lee [Smoke and Pickles: Recipes and Stories From a New Southern Kitchen], and April Bloomfield.


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