Dinner Just For TwoRegular price $35.00 Save $-35.00
From the blogger behind Dessert for Two, a cookbook that inspires couples to get into the kitchen together
Sharing a meal is something most couples love to do; meal-planning programs such as Blue Apron have made it easy and fun to prepare dinner together, too. But home cooks who enjoy homemade food at a reasonable cost really only need a great cookbook, with a friendly voice and delicious recipes, designed to be made and eaten by two. Here is that book. From simple meals to celebratory dinners, comfort food to healthy but hearty options, Dinner Just for Two features 100 dishes, including:
Gorgeously designed with more than 100 photographs, Dinner Just for Two is destined to be a classic.
Cooking With CocktailsRegular price $29.95 Save $-29.95
Boozy starters, main meals, desserts, and more, accompanied by stunning photography
Julia Child famously commented, "I enjoy cooking with wine, sometimes I even put it in the food . . . " Kristy Gardner has taken this idea to the next level in Cooking with Cocktails. Every recipe is touched with alcohol; the result is a punchy visual adventure with roots in Italian and French cuisine that demands enjoying meals with passion, with friends, and with alcohol. Recipes include:
Join the celebration of the very best that life has to offer—good friends, good food, good drink, great stories, and bad jokes—with humor, delicious recipes, and mouth-watering photographs.
Cheese Beer Wine CiderRegular price $24.95 Save $-24.95
A field guide to cheese-and-drink combinations that go beyond Parmigiano and Prosecco
Cheese and wine are a classic combination, but many cheeses taste even better with beer or cider. Steve Jones, proprietor of the Portland- based Cheese Bar and Chizu (cheese served sushi- style), has been successfully matching cheeses with alcoholic beverages for more than two decades. Here he shares his knowledge by introducing 75 different cheeses and pairing each with the beverage that brings out the best in both. Jones provides a treasure trove of delectable, often surprising pairings, as well as simple steps for successful experimentation.
This guide will function as a crash course for beginners on buying, storing, and serving cheese and alcohol, while offering more seasoned aficionados page after page of cheese-and-beverage combinations to replicate at home. With gorgeous photographs, this book captures the allure, approachability, and, most importantly, the sheer joy of pairing cheese with beer, wine, or cider.
The Camp & Cabin CookbookRegular price $24.95 Save $-24.95
Get away from it all—but keep eating well!
Recipe Ring, Classic BlackRegular price $24.00 Save $-24.00
When Life Gives You Friends, cookbookRegular price $10.00 Save $-10.00
When Life Gives You A Fresh Start, cookbookRegular price $10.00 Save $-10.00
When Life Gives You Neighbors, cookbookRegular price $10.00 Save $-10.00
Sharing tasty treats with your neighbors is easy now that we have this collection of sweets to make and share. This book is versatile, you can use the recipes in the book to make goodies to take to your neighbors or you can give the book to your neighbors as a gift and they will make YOU the goodies, I'm just saying......either way the goodies will be exchanged!
When Life Gives You FriendsRegular price $10.00 Save $-10.00
Best Mug Cakes Ever! CookbookRegular price $14.95 Save $-14.95
Make your cake and eat the whole thing, too!
Treat yourself to Homemade Cake in 5 min or less!
The mug cake is a warm, sweet little confection for one. And so quick and easy to make: A few spoonfuls of flour, sugar, butter, maybe some cocoa or fruit, sometimes egg, and in less than two minutes in the microwave, you’ll be a believer. Here are the best of the best recipes, for cakes from decadent to healthy(ish), including Chocolate-Mint Mug Cake, Raspberry Cobbler Mug Cake, Apple Spice Mug Cake, Nutella Mug Cake, Coffee Crumb Mug Cake. Try it, you've got nothing to lose--except the guilt you'd normally feel after eating an entire cake.
Art of the Pie, cookbookRegular price $35.00 Save $-35.00
“A new baking bible.” ―Wall Street Journal
“If there’s such a thing as a pie guru, it’s Kate McDermott.” ―Sunset Magazine
Pie making should be simple and fun. Kate McDermott, who learned to make pie from her Iowa grandmother, has taught the time-honored craft of pie-making to thousands of people. In Art of the Pie she shares her secrets to great crusts (including gluten-free options) with instructions for making, rolling, and baking them, as well as detailed descriptions for ingredients, methods, and tricks for making fillings. Organized by type of fruit, style of pie, and sweet versus savory, recipes range from apple to banana rum caramel coconut, raspberry rhubarb to chicken potpie. Along with luscious photography, McDermott makes it very easy to become an accomplished pie maker. This is the only PIE cookbook you need.75 color photographs
The Pacific Northwest Seafood CookbookRegular price $27.95 Save $-27.95
From Coho and sockeye to Dungeness and Kumamoto
For thousands of years, the abundance of fish and shellfish in the Pacific Northwest created a seafood paradise for the Indigenous peoples hunting and gathering along the region’s pristine waterways, and, later, for the Chinese, Scandinavian, Filipino, and Japanese immigrants (along with many others), who have made this region home. Drawing on these diverse influences, the region fostered a cuisine that is as varied as its people, yet which remains specifically Northwestern.
Here, food writer Naomi Tomky leads readers through an exploration of this cuisine. She starts with the basics of buying great-tasting and sustainable seafood, surveys the variety of seafood on offer―from stars like halibut and oysters to unsung heroes like lingcod and smelt―and shares 75 delicious recipes reflecting the people who live in the region today, including Red Curry Mussels, IPA-Battered Cod, Dungeness Crab Deviled Eggs, and Pink Scallop Ceviche.
From the first cut of salmon, prized for its rich flavor and versatility, to the last crack of the sweet Dungeness crab, Tomky covers grilling, curing, and baking, and shares secrets for tricky tasks like removing pin bones and mussel beards. She explains how flavor-packed spot prawns put other shrimp to shame and why the region’s razor clams are unparalleled. For curious seafood rookies in search of the perfect fool-proof salmon and barnacled fish-cooking veterans looking for a new way to enjoy their favorite catch, The Pacific Northwest Seafood Cookbook is a must-have guide to cooking, and eating, the region.
Including recipes from Tom Douglas, Shiro Kashiba, Bonnie Morales, Mutsuko Soma, Ethan Stowell, Jason Stratton, John Sundstrom, and more.75 color photographs