The Ultimate Cooking for One Cookbook: 175 Super Easy Recipes Made Just for You

It is no easy task to cook for one, but this wonderful cookbook can make it both fun and doable. The introductory section tells one how to set up the kitchen and pantry to make the perfect working conditions for the single life. In addition, there is a list of great tips that will make it possible to cook for one without having failures or wasted ingredients or leftovers to eat for a week.

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Malibu Farm Cookbook: Recipes from the California Coast

It isn’t often one buys a cookbook and ends up wanting to keep it on the coffee table with other beautiful art books, but this cookbook just might end up there. It is visually stunning, filled with spectacular photos by Martin Löf of the place and the food created there by author Helene Henderson. The writing is interesting, fun, and very conversational.

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Firefly – The Big Damn Cookbook

I am going to start out by saying that if you love the show Firefly, you should definitely own this cookbook, whether you like to cook or not. The author did an amazing job being true to the show and every recipe is from a particular character and written as they would speak. Even the font is perfect.

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Pasta Grannies: The Official Cookbook: The Secrets of Italy’s Best Home Cooks

This delightful book takes you into the kitchens of people who know what pasta is really all about – great flavor from great ingredients, shared with those you love. Their expertise doesn’t hurt either! These Pasta Grannies are not professional chefs, but rather home cooks who have been making pasta for decades. By necessity they use the freshest and most local ingredients, grown in their own home gardens or locally foraged, to create pasta dishes that include nuts and herbs, vegetables and pulses, seafood, and even meat.

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The China Study Cookbook: Revised and Expanded Edition with Over 175 Whole Food, Plant-Based Recipes

The China Study is based on a whole foods, plant-based (WFPB) diet, that avoids meat, dairy, added oil, and sugar. The WFPB diet was researched and written about by T. Colin Campbell, PhD. The China Study Cookbook (Revised and Expanded Edition) is written by Campbell’s daughter, LeAnne Campbell, PhD. According to the original China study, many research studies found that a diet containing animal protein is detrimental to your health.

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Mozza at Home: More than 150 Crowd-Pleasing Recipes for Relaxed, Family-Style Entertaining

Mozza at Home is a highly sophisticated, predominantly Italian cookbook by restaurateur/chef Nancy Silverton, written for sophisticated home cooks. The average home cook will not benefit from this cookbook. Silverton uses many unusual, difficult-to-find, costly ingredients that she can purchase near her Umbria home in Italy, but the quantities are given in American units.

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The Peppermint Bark Cookbook : Over 75 Recipes for Delicious Homemade Treats, from Milkshakes to Cheesecakes

The Peppermint Bark Cookbook is an unusual, very specialized baking book few bakers would benefit from owning. Dominique DeVito presents a large number of recipes, all based on the basic peppermint bark recipe or variations thereof. You need to be a dedicated bark maker to gain much. A predominantly holiday specialty introduced by Williams-Sonoma in the late 1990s, peppermint bark became a seasonal favorite in many homes, but few bakers attempt to make it.

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