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Fresh Fish

New Englanders will certainly enjoy Fresh Fish more than cooks elsewhere, nevertheless Jennifer Trainer Thompson created a superb cookbook on fish and seafood. This is more than a cookbook; it is filled with local history from the Pilgrims on, plenty of good food information on fish and other foods (cleaning and grilling fish, buying guide, cleaning clams, shucking oysters, sea salt and so on). The recipes are very good, laid out well with good instructions.

Slow Cooker Vegan Vegetable Soup

Slow Cooker Vegan Vegetable Soup - - white onion, chopped, carrots, chopped, celery stalks, chopped, green beans, cut into bite-sized pieces, fresh or frozen whole kernel corn, tri-color potatoes, chopped, red pepper, chopped, Italian...

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Brooklyn Bar Bites: Great Dishes and Cocktails from New York’s Food Mecca

Scott-Goodman’s book is part cookbook, part neighborhood guide and takes readers on a bars and bites tour of Brooklyn. Bushwick, Prospect Heights, and Williamsburg are some of the neighborhoods represented; a few introductory sentences describe each neighborhood’s vibe. The seven...

Best Food Writing 2016

The annual Best Food Writing (published since 2000) is a collection of forty-eight short pieces all focusing on food, cooking, and drinks, all by different food writers. Holly Hughes has edited these and compiled the stories into eight varying categories such as “Down the Hatch,” “The...

Happiness In Quantum Leaps: De-Stressing WITHOUT DRUGS!

Happiness in Quantum Leaps seeks to help readers bring together their mind, body, and spirit in order to find peace and happiness. There are some concrete exercises suggested to help achieve this. For example, I liked the commitment chart the author notes on page 260, which seems to be...

Cúrate: Authentic Spanish Food from an American Kitchen

Cúrate: Authentic Spanish Food from an American Kitchen is a tapas-lover’s dream. The book is broken down into nine sections – the ninth being drinks. The restaurant, Cúrate, is the brainchild of owners Katie Button, a former electrical engineer, and her husband Felix Meana, a former...

Eat Better Not Less : 100 Healthy and Satisfying Recipes

Cookbook author Nadia Damaso combined her talent as a cookbook writer and food photographer in Eat Better Not Less. She excelled in both. Her cookbook is excellent, with a huge number of original, fresh recipes to choose from, from breakfasts through dessert (e.g. Mango and Salmon...

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Differences between Northern and Southern Mexican Cuisines

Over the years, Mexican regions have topped the list of the most visited destinations during holidays. What’s good there? The region attracts both food lovers and sun seekers. In case you are planning to visit this beautiful country, ensure you sample the wide range of flavors and tastes that both the Northern and Southern Mexico offer. It is quite interesting how a country with little topography can boast of a rich culinary culture that leaves you thirsting for more.

The 3 “B”s of Piedmont Wines: Barolo, Barbaresco, and Barbera

Without question, Italy is one of the most esteemed wine producing countries in the world and the Piedmont (Piemonte) region in northern Italy ranks near the top in terms of the quality of wines it produces. Any discussion of Piedmont wines would be incomplete without shining a spotlight on the 3 “B”s of this region – Barolo, Barbaresco and Barbera.

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