The new year brings a collection of Afro-Asian-American cooking, a look at the journey of one globe-trotting botanist, and recipes for vegan comfort food.
Between Harlem and Heaven: Afro-Asian-American Cooking for Big Nights, Weeknights, and Every Day Hardcover
Restaurateur Smalls and chef Johnson, of Harlem jazz club Minton’s, explore the melding of Asian, African, and American flavors.
Heaton, a television star (Everybody Loves Raymond) and host of the Food Network’s Patricia Heaton’s Parties, has assembled a collection of family-focused recipes for weeknights and entertaining.
Jensen, who owns the Smoke Signals Bakery outside of Asheville, N.C., arranges this homey, down-to-earth book by month and intersperses her recipes with short essays that offer insight into her lifestyle and baking philosophy.
The Food Explorer: The True Adventures of the Globe-Trotting Botanist Who Transformed What America Eats
Journalist Stone tracks the journeys of botanist David Fairchild (1869–1954), who changed American eating habits and agricultural practices by introducing a wide array of new crops and varietals...Foodies and scientists alike will appreciate Stone’s informative and entertaining book.
The Alaska from Scratch Cookbook: Seasonal. Scenic. Homemade.
Blogger Wilson offers family-friendly recipes based on Alaska’s seasonal ingredients and its ocean-to-table food culture.
In this excellent book of hearty, bold recipes, Toyota makes good on her promise to offer “indulgent, not pious” vegan fare.