Food & Wine Magazine’s Wine Guide 2002 (Sept., $11.95) by Jamal Rayyis reveals what’s best from the traditional markets of France and Italy to the newest names in winemaking.
Fondue (Sept., $16.95) by P. Casparek et al. includes 95 recipes for fondues made with fruits, vegetables, mushrooms, meats, sausages and shellfish.
The Tea Box (Sept., $19.95) by Gilles Brochard is a hinged box containing a 32-page booklet and 40 illustrated recipe cards on tea and tea customs.
New England Cooking: Seasons & Celebrations (Oct., $24.95) by Claire Hopley collects recipes and anecdotes celebrating the region’s diverse culinary traditions, harvests and festivals.
BLUE MOUNTAIN ARTS
The (Reluctant, Nervous, Lazy, Broke, Busy, Confused) College Student’s Cookbook (Sept., $12.95) by Joshua N. Lambert is a lighthearted guide for college students about food, cooking and taking care of a kitchen. 30,000 first printing.
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The Spice Is Right!: Easy Indian Cooking for Today (Oct., $18.95) by Monica Bhide contains more than 145 simplified, modified and healthy Indian recipes.
Sugar and Spice & Everything Irie: Savoring Jamaica’s Flavors (Oct., $16.95) by Veda Nugent and Marrett Green. A restaurateur mother and TV celebrity son take readers on a culinary journey.
Recipes for Dairy-Free Living (Jan., $17.95) by Denise Jardine contains more than 100 recipes that mimic rich and creamy dairy flavors.
Early American Herb Recipes (Sept., $7.95) by Alice Cooke Brown. More than 500 recipes provide information on the use of herbs for medicinal, culinary, cosmetic and other purposes.
FSG/FABER & FABER
Brunello to Zibibbo: The Wines of Tuscany, Central and Southern Italy (Jan., $20) by Nicolas Belfrage concludes the author’s two-volume tour of Italian wines.
FSG/NORTH POINT PRESS
Reprint: Pot on the Fire: Further Exploits of a Renegade Cook (Oct., $14) by John Thorne with Matt Lewis Thorne.
Comfort Food Fast: Easy and Elegant Food That Soothes the Soul (Dec., $24.95) by Anne Gardon.
Southern Heirloom Cooking (Oct., $14.95) by Norma Jean McQueen Haydel and Horace McQueen. A family with established roots in the South records more than 250 family recipes.
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The Humble Spud (Oct., $14.95) describes the potato’s many virtues and varieties with ways to store and cook them.
Godfather’s Pasta and Other Hits: Italian Cooking You Can’t Refuse (Sept., $14.95) by Olindo Romeo Chiocca offers recipes along with mob anecdotes and trivia (why did Capone’s assassins rub their slugs with garlic?).
Cooking in Cast Iron (Sept., $17.95) by Mara Reid Rogers provides more than 150 recipes.
Fondues & Hot Pots (Oct., $18.95) by Susan Fuller Slack presents recipes for tabletop cooking.
Witch in the Kitchen: Magical Cooking for All Seasons (Sept., $16.95) by Cait Johnson is a book of recipes, spells and rituals for celebrating our connection to the earth.
From the Land of Figs and Olives: Over 300 Delicious and Unusual Recipes from the Middle East and North Africa (Sept., $19.95) by Habeeb Salloum and James Peters provides both new and traditional recipes.
The 2002 Guide to Distinguished Restaurants of North America (Sept., $24.95) lists more than 420 award-winning restaurants, with locator maps and more.
The Buzz on Beer (Oct., $16.95) by Chris Sherman is for those looking beyond the scope of Bud and Coors.
The Soy Dessert and Baking Book (Oct., $14.95) by Brita Housez incorporates soy into 120 recipes of popular baked goods and desserts.
Off the Shelf (Nov., $25) by Donna Hay shows how to turn pantry basics into spectacular meals. 30,000 first printing. 6-city author tour.
Reprints: Patricia Wells’ Trattoria: Simple Robust Fare Inspired by the Small Family Restaurants of Italy (Oct., $18) by Patricia Wells and Steven Rothfeld. 15,000 first printing;The Short-Cut Cook: Make Simple Meals with Surprisingly Little Effort (Oct., $18) by Jacques Pepin. 15,000 first printing.
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Foods of the Lebanon (Oct., $24.95) by Cassie Maroun-Paladin covers Lebanese dishes drawn from the culinary traditions of the Middle East and the Mediterranean.
Reprint: The Antioxidant Save-Your-Life Cookbook: 150 Nutritious and Delicious High-Fiber, Low-Fat Recipes to Protect Yourself Against Damaging Effects of Free Radicals (Jan., $14.95) by Jane Kinderlehrer and Daniel A. Kinderlehrer, M.D.
NORTH ATLANTIC BOOKS
Everyday Vegan: 300 Recipes for Healthful Eating (Nov., $19.95) by Jeani-Rose Atchison informs readers about the vegan lifestyle and provides recipes for meals.
A Gringo’s Guide to Authentic Mexican Cooking (Sept., $16.95) by Mad Coyote Joe. The host of the Southwestern TV show, The Sonoran Grill, takes the "foreign" out of Mexican cuisine with more than 100 recipes.
The Mongo Mango Cookbook (Oct., $12.95) by Cynthia Thuma is a complete mango resource book, plus recipes.
From Storebought to Homemade: Cook Up Easy, Fabulous Foods in Minutes (Oct., $19.95) by Emyl Jenkins provides more than 150 recipes that show how to doctor up prepared foods to look and taste homemade. Author tour.
The Whole Organic Food Book: A Guide for Growers and Eaters (Feb., $14.95) by Dan Jason is a guide to keeping our food whole, organic and safe; includes 40 recipes.
The Lady & Sons, Too!: A Whole New Batch of Recipes from Savannah (Sept., $19.95) by Paula H. Deen, the owner of Savannah’s Lady & Sons restaurant, contains 315 new recipes.
Latin & Caribbean Grocery Stores Demystified (Nov., $16.95) by Linda Bladholm guides food lovers to the best ingredients in the traditional ethnic foods of Latin America and the Caribbean.
Rodale’s New Classics: Decadent Desserts (Oct., $14.95) by Anne Egan demonstrates how to make elegant desserts in no time.
Reprints: The French Culinary Institute’s Salute to Healthy Cooking (Nov., $19.95) by Alain Sailhac, Jacques Pepin, André Soltner, Jacques Torres and the French Culinary Institute faculty. 25,000 first printing.
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The 150 Best Slow Cooker Recipes (Nov., $22.95) by Judith Finlayson. Put ingredients in the pot in the morning, find dinner ready when you come home from work.
The Best Freezer Cookbook: Freezer Friendly Recipes, Tips and Techniques (Nov., $18.95) by Jan Main provides information on freezing all types of food, plus monthly meal planning.
Best Places Seattle Cookbook: Recipes from the City’s Outstanding Restaurants and Bars (Sept., $19.95) by Cynthia C. Nims and Kathy Casey features 125 recipes from the city’s hottest chefs.
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La Cuisine de Joël Robuchon: A Seasonal Cookbook (Oct., $24.95) by Joël Robuchon. The French chef features recipes from each season’s freshest ingredients.
The Cuisine of Armenia (Sept., $17) by Sonia Uvezian. This definitive guide to Armenian cuisine returns in a revised third edition with 375 recipes. Ad/promo.
Confessions of a Coffee Bean (Nov., $12.95) by Marie Nadine Antol is a complete guide to coffee cuisine, including more than 100 recipes.
Incredible KidEdibles: Over 120 Irresistibly Fun Snacks (Feb., $12.99) includes edible crafts like Pear Bunnies, Snake Bakes, Spider Cupcakes and more.
1,001 Delicious Recipes for People with Diabetes (Oct., $19.95) by Sue Spitler, Linda Eugene and Linda Yoakam combines up-to-date nutritional recommendations and contemporary culinary tastes.
TEN SPEED PRESS
Scent of the Orange Blossoms: Sephardic Cooking from Morocco (Nov., $24.95) by Kitty Morse and Danielle Aflalo Mamane celebrates the cuisine passed down through generations of Jews in Morocco.
Macaroni and Cheese: 52 Recipes, from Simple to Sublime (Oct., $15.95) by Joan Schwartz offers creative twists to this beloved dish.
The Soy Alternative: Recipes You Never Thought Could Taste So Good (Oct., $24.95) allows both vegetarians and meat-eaters to incorporate more soy dishes into their diet.
The Very Best Food Processor Cookbook Ever! (Oct., $24.95) by Norene Gilletz contains more than 500 revised and updated recipes, plus practical tips and techniques.
Vegetarian Comfort Food (Nov., $16.95) by Jennifer Warren offers vegetarian variations on favorite childhood meals.
Chocolate from the Cake Mix Doctor: From Cake Mix to Cake Magnificent (Oct.; $14.95, cloth $26.95) by Anne Byrn gathers recipes that turn cake mixes into fabulous chocolate desserts. 200,000 first printing. 20-city author tour.
The Wine Bible (Oct., $17.95) by Karen MacNeil is a variety-by-variety, country-by country, region-by-region guide to the world’s wines.
Volume 248 Issue 33 08/13/2001
Fall 2001 Trade Paperbacks: Cookbooks, Wine & Entertaining