January Cookbook Previews – Part 2

This is my final installment highlighting new books this month.  My first installment covered a mix of titles and this post covers health-focused titles being released internationally. Have no fear, there are other titles coming this month and I’ll have information on them in my January round-up. 
The Ultimate Vegan Cookbook for Your Instant Pot: 80 Easy and Delicious Plant-Based Recipes That You Can Make in Half the Time by Kathy Hester contains recipes like Herbed French Lentils with Beets and Pink Rice, Creamy Mushroom Curry with Brown Basmati Rice Pilaf, Southern- Style Pinto Beans, Whole-Grain Cornbread, Smoky Pecan Brussels Sprouts and Tres Leches-Inspired Dessert Tamales. Kathy also shares how to cook an entire meal at the same time with layered entrees and side and how to save time and money by making your own homemade condiments like No-Effort Soy Yogurt, Fresh Tomato Marinara Sauce and Not-Raw Almond Milk. Kathy is the vegan queen – her recipes work.
The Poke Cookbook: The Freshest Way to Eat Fish by Martha Cheng brings the flavors of Hawaii to our kitchens with 45 recipes for traditional poke, modern twists, bases, bowls, and other local-style accompaniments. From classic Shoyu Ahi to creative Uni, Lychee, and Coconut to vegetarian Mango and Jicama, poke is delicious, simple, and endlessly customizable. 


The Virtuous Tart: Sinful but Saintly Recipes for Sweets, Treats, and Snacks by Susan Jane White is being released in the U.S. this month. Previously released in Ireland in 2015. it contains over 60 recipes with healthy benefits. Recipes include: Piña Kale-ada, full of fortifying folate, Lemon Shizzle Cake, bursting with vitamin C and an anti-inflammatory dose of turmeric, Honuts, the healthy donut, and Macaccino Torte with Toasted Pecan and Chocolate Crumble, beaming with stamina-building maca and antioxidant-rich cacao. I’m expecting this title this week and will be sharing a promotion soon. 
Deliciously Ella With Friends: Healthy recipes to love, share and enjoy together by Ella Woodward is the much-anticipated follow-up cookbook from Deliciously Ella, the inspirational bestselling food writer who has taken the cookery world by storm. In the follow-up to her bestseller Deliciously Ella Every Day, Ella makes it easy to prepare delicious food for you, your friends and family, whatever the occasion. No more wondering whether certain dishes go together, Ella makes life simple with her menus – whether you are planning a laid-back brunch, a last-minute lunch or a fancy supper, Ella has it covered with wonderful hearty and filling recipes that celebrate her natural eating philosophy. This title is being released in the UK this month. 

Cooking with Leo: An Allergen-Free Autism Family Cookbook by Erica Daniels tells the story of a mother desperate to heal and to connect with her severely autistic son. For many years, Erica Daniels had been out to find a successful dietary intervention for her eleven-year-old son Leo, who suffers from significant food allergies, gastrointestinal disease and autism. Through trial and error in her own kitchen, she finally hit her gastronomic stride of preparing nourishing meals for her entire family without gluten, dairy, soy, nuts, additives, or GMOS. 
Neil Perry’s Good Cooking by Neil Perry is being released this month in the UK and previously released in Australian in November. This book has over 110 simple yet sophisticated recipes that will show you just how easy it is to create amazing flavours at home with seasonal produce. Drawing on culinary influences both global and local, this collection features recipes suitable for any occasion, and is full of food that will entice you into the kitchen and inspire you to cook. Some of the examples of recipes are: Pork and kimchi fritters with spring onion dipping sauce,Thai basil and vermicelli, and Cinnamon and chilli braised beef; and devour desserts like Raspberry and yoghurt mousse cake and Spiced date cake with creme anglaise. One of my favorite titles from this author is Spice Temple and I’m working on collecting the rest. I just ordered this one and Simply Asian!

Cooking that Counts: 1,200 to 1,500-Calorie Meal Plans to Lose Weight Deliciously by Editors of Cooking Light delivers sustainable 1,200-1,500 calorie-controlled meal plans packed with tasty food in an easy-to-use format. Unlike other weight-loss plans that rely on processed meals and preportioned snacks, the Cooking Light solution emphasizes delicious meals prepared with whole, natural foods and teaches proper portion sizes. With more than 150 recipes, readers will enjoy menu variety (hopefully picking up some new favorite recipes along the way!) as well as some flexibility to enjoy desserts and alcohol.
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  • rchesser  on  January 15, 2017

    Great previews, I'm in lust!

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