August 15, 2022

The Anti-Inflammatory Cookbook: Autoimmune Protocol-Friendly Recipes from a Chef’s Kitchen

Shannon Berends’s The Anti-Inflammatory Cookbook offers a collection of delicious recipes for readers struggling to follow a special diet.

A Culinary Institute of America-trained chef, Berends worked in prestigious restaurants and food technology before becoming a personal chef to a family whose son had an autoimmune disorder. She created this cookbook so that those with […]


September 20, 2021

The Gentleman’s Guide to Cooking

Randy Motilall grew up in a Caribbean household in America and learned cooking from his parents, who taught him the joy of re-creating dishes for friends and family. In this cookbook, Motilall uses those skills to offer up a wide range of cuisines, from American to Asian to Latin American and more.

The book’s title, […]


September 20, 2021

Delivering the Digital Restaurant: Your Roadmap to the Future of Food

The future of restaurants is digital, a change started long before the Covid-19 pandemic, argue Kitchen United executives Meredith Sandland and Carl Orsbourn in this snappy, convincing roadmap to the ways meals will reach customers in the coming years.

Fronted by quotes from such luminaries as Danny Meyer (founder of Shake Shack) and Gregg Creed […]


November 2, 2020

Radical Mycology: A Treatise on Seeing and Working with Fungi

Named after the grassroots organization founded in 2006 by Portland-based author Peter McCoy, Radical Mycology: A Treatise on Seeing & Working with Fungi is a hefty, comprehensive guide and philosophical outlook on every dimension of fungi and their importance to life on earth as builders and maintainers of healthy ecosystems.

In 12 thematic chapters, plus […]


November 11, 2019

Keto for Life: 28 Day Fat-Fueled Approach to Weight Loss

In Keto for Life: 28 Day Fat-Fueled Approach to Weight Loss, certified master life coach, speaker, and author Barbara Miller champions the keto diet for weight loss and good health, and offers a month’s worth of keto recipes.

The keto diet is based on ketosis, where the body burns stored fat for energy through “the […]


March 6, 2017

Is Goat Beef?

Jeffrey M. Camp is a veteran soldier with a mission. With proceeds from this unique cookbook, Camp aims to help grow the Paws for Purple Hearts organization, a therapy program that places service dogs trained by military personnel with veterans facing service-related injuries and disabilities. Along with recounting personal stories from his 32 years […]


February 27, 2017

Eclectic Entertaining: Small Plates and Dainty Desserts

Cooking instructor Barbara Stafford has assembled her favorite collection of small plates and dessert recipes in this glossy, colorful and well-produced cookbook.

The dishes here are indeed eclectic, a mix of trendy recipes such as Grilled Watermelon and Goat Cheese Bites and “classics” such as Festive Fruit Pizza with a cookie crust (with homemade instead […]


February 13, 2017

Art With a Recipe

In this cookbook, the multi-talented author combines his still-life painting skills with his professional culinary ability, illustrating each of his recipes with a drawing rather than a photo. The recipes are loosely based on author John Nieman’s travels to various worldwide locales. Far from complicated, the recipes generally use just a key ingredient, a particular […]


December 11, 2016

Teens: A League of Their Own

School teacher and caterer Christine Burton has assembled, with teens in mind, over 200 recipes, encouraging young cooks to personalize dishes by experimenting with flavors and seasonings. Using an “anything goes if it tastes good” approach, Burton urges novice cooks to break boundaries in these “fail proof” recipes.

Burton casts a wide net […]


September 26, 2016

Wine Tasting With Friends

Tracking friends’ opinions on the characteristics of various wines is the aim of this simple record-keeping book.

While dining with others, the author noted that the “personality” of various wines was interpreted differently depending on the taster. “Responses to wine are as individual as fingerprints,” he says. Here, he offers a “Record-Keeping Book,” in order […]


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