Gluten-Free for Good: Simple, Wholesome Recipes Made from Scratch

Gluten-free eating is all the rage now. There are lots of gluten-free choices in the stores for ready-made or ready-to-make dishes, so why a new gluten-free cookbook? The reality is a lot of people don’t want processed or pre-packaged foods. This wonderful new cookbook is chock full of recipes that are relatively easy to make from scratch with fresh, wholesome ingredients.

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365 Family Dinners and Devotions Cookbook : A Celebration of Food, Family, and Faith

In the 365 Family Dinners & Devotions Cookbook Kathleen Y’Barbo presents, as the title indicates, three-hundred-sixty-five recipes for every day of the year. The pages are not numbered, but you can find the recipes by the day of the calendar on the top of the pages. The book is inexpensively produced by a publishing company (and though the website of the publisher is given, it is inaccessible) on inexpensive paper stock without illustrations.

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Naturally Lean: 125 Nourishing Gluten-Free, Plant-Based Recipes–All Under 300 Calories

“Clean” eating is all the rage these days, but many people have no idea how to get started, while others just need more ideas for how to best utilize the fresh produce and whole grains that make up part of a healthy diet. Allyson Kramer has tons of new ideas in her cookbook Naturally Lean. Every single recipe in this book is both gluten-free and completely plant-based (vegan), and many are completely oil-free as well.

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Vegetarian Sushi Secrets: 101 Healthy and Delicious Recipes

Marissa Baggett’s cookbook on sushi would be excellent except for a poor index. Nevertheless Vegetarian Sushi Secrets, a trade paperback, is still a very good cookbook with a usable Contents section for searching. In her introduction, Baggett gives us all we need to know about sushi, including the various types, a long list of ingredients Japanese sushi chefs may use, and the equipment we need.

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The Perfect Pie: Your Ultimate Guide to Classic and Modern Pies, Tarts, Galettes, and More

I’ve been a fan of America’s Test Kitchen the show so I was dying to try out the recipes in the cookbook. The book is packed with many classic pie recipes from apple, pecan, key lime to not-so-familiar recipes like Portuguese egg tarts. I love a fresh fruit tart so I really wanted to try my hand at making it. Disappointingly, the fruit tart recipe in the book is not a classic French fruit tart recipe.

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The Vegetable Butcher: How to Select, Prep, Slice, Dice, and Masterfully Cook Vegetables from Artichokes to Zucchini

Here is an exceptional cookbook that should be on every home cook’s bookshelf. The Vegetable Butcher should have the highest rating, unfortunately, it’s not without faults. For one thing, page numbers referred to in recipes for other preparations are sometimes incorrect—very frustrating for the cook.

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The Chew: An Essential Guide to Cooking and Entertaining: Recipes, Wit, and Wisdom from The Chew Hosts

The hosts of the popular cooking show The Chew have compiled a cookbook of their favorite and most-requested recipes from the show in this new paperback. The scope of recipes is quite varied, and recipes are easy to follow and clearly written with varying degrees of difficulty and complexity. Photos of the recipes are nicely done, in full color, but unfortunately most of the photos are actually of the hosts of The Chew.

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