Every month PBS Food highlights a handful of cookbooks that will be released during the month. This month’s batch looked too good to not have them grace our bookshelves.
Check Out the Cookbooks on Our List
United Tastes of Texas by Jessica Dupuy Available: February 9, 2016 There are many things that are big in Texas: Wide open spaces, personalities, hair, but above all, there’s flavor! United Tastes of Texas is your geographical guide to Texas cuisine based on five distinct culinary regions: Central, Coastal, East, South, and West Texas; as well as the culinary influences brought by settlers from countries including Czechoslovakia, Germany, Mexico, and Spain.
Le Marais: A Rare Steakhouse by Jose Meirelles and Mark Hennessey Available: February 15, 2016 Get to know the personalities behind the Le Marais experience while learning how to create its incredible delicacies at home. In sections covering sauces; soups; salads; bread, pasta, and risotto; beef; classics; lamb; veal; poultry; fish; sides; and desserts, this beautifully illustrated cookbook gives you the techniques and recipes you’ll need to bring French gourmet into the kosher kitchen (or any kitchen).
The Forest Feast for Kids by Erin Gleeson Available: February 16, 2016 The first childrens cookbook from New York Times bestselling author and popular food blogger Erin Gleeson, The Forest Feast for Kids, serves up kid-friendly vegetarian recipes that are quick, easy, and fun to make. This unique cookbook showcases the rustic simplicity of the fare through vibrant colorful photography of Gleesons beautiful home in the woods and of children cooking the dishes themselves.
Simply Ramen by Amy Kimoto-Kahn Available: February 19, 2016 Whether you are cooking for one or twelve, Simply Ramen brings homemade ramen to your table with a delicious fusion of seventy recipes, including soup bases, noodles, toppings, and sides.Author Amy Kimoto-Kahn shows you how to put together a bowl of piping hot ramen in a myriad of ways with a choice of four soup bases, ramen noodles (homemade or store-bought), and traditional and non-traditional ingredients.
From Junk Food to Joy Food by Joy Bauer Available: February 23, 2016 We all want to look and feel better, but wheres the fun in nibbling on boring salads and choking down steamed broccoli? Its tough sticking to a diet when youre craving barbecue ribs, fettucine Alfredo, vegetable lo mein, and chocolate milkshakes. But best-selling author and TODAY show nutrition expert Joy Bauer is fresh from her kitchen with news for you: You can have your cheesecake and eat it, too!