Highlights of April's Cookbooks Part 2

Last week, I shared a preview post featuring a baker's dozen of US cookbooks and one would think I'd be done. But as I stated, there are roughly 150 titles being released in April - I've only just begun! Today, I have another thirteen titles to share with Eat Your Book members. The next preview post will focus on international releases and then we will be headed to the monthly cookbook roundup before you know it. 

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On Vegetables: Modern Recipes for the Home Kitchen by Jeremy Fox and Noah Galuten is being released in the UK, US and Australia this month. Gorgeous photographs and exciting recipes to make vegetables the star of the plate are featured in this stunner. Baby Artichoke Fritto with Black Garlic Aioli, Lima Beans and Sorrel Caccio e Pepe and Spaetzle with Blueberry Sauce and Corn Pudding are three stellar examples of the wonderful recipes. Please remember Eat Your Book members receive 30% off Phaidon titles when using the link provided. 
 
 

The Book of Greens: A Cook's Compendium of 40 Varieties, from Arugula to Watercress, with More Than 175 Recipes by Jenn Louis and Kathleen Squires is a compilation of more than 175 recipes for simple, show-stopping fare guaranteed to inspire you to reach for new greens at the farmers' market, or use those that you are familiar with in new exciting ways. Organized alphabetically by green, each entry features information on seasonality, nutrition, and prep and storage tips, along with recipes like Grilled Cabbage with Miso and Lime, Radish Greens and Mango Smoothie, and Pasta Dough with Tomato Leaves. Jenn Louis was a Top Chef contestant and her book Pasta by Hand is gorgeous - I have no doubt this title will be as well. We will be running a promotion on this title soon. 


100% Real: 100 Insanely Good Recipes for Clean Food Made Fresh by Sam Talbot is bursting with 100 whole-food recipes and down-to-earth advice about clean eating, this cookbook proves that eating 100% real food is an enjoyable choice you can make every day. The Top Chef alumni's nourishing dishes are overflowing with natural flavor and free of processed ingredients, questionable additives, sweeteners, or preservatives. We will be sharing a promotion on Sam's book as well.

 

An American Girl in London: 101 Nourishing Recipes for Your Family from a Californian Expat by Marissa Hermer incorporates a bit of California into her recipes, creating homey British favorites with a brighter twist. Drawing inspiration from both her American upbringing and British cuisine, the 120 recipes in this title focus on cooking delicious, nourishing, family-friendly fare that earns raves on both sides of the pond. From a flavorful sourdough bread and butter pudding to a rich mushroom and tarragon pie, Marissa shows you how to bump up the flavors of home to keep you, your family, and friends feeling fit, loved, and completely nourished. I hope to bring you a promotion on this title as well as more information on our roundup. 
 
Out of Line: A Life of Playing with Fire by Barbara Lynch describes the chef's remarkable process of self-invention, including her encounters with colorful characters of the food world, and vividly evokes the magic of creation in the kitchen. It is also a love letter to South Boston and its vanishing culture, governed by Irish Catholic mothers and its own code of honor. Through her story, Lynch explores how the past can strengthen and expand who we are. Lynch also shares a dozen recipes to finish off this riveting book. A full promotion will be coming soon. Check out Barbara's list of events to see if she is in your area. 

 
 

What to Eat for How You Feel: The New Ayurvedic Kitchen - 100 Seasonal Recipes by Divya Alter explains how to create flavorful meals with seasonal ingredients by applying Ayurvedic principles. This title features 100 recipes for breakfasts, soups, salads, main dishes, one-pot meals, treats, and beverages in three seasonal-based chapters. I hope to bring you more information on this title in the monthly roundup. 

 

 

Japanese Pâtisserie: Exploring the beautiful and delicious fusion of East meets West by James Campbell features 60 recipes, from reinvented classics to stunning patisserie creations made achievable to the home-cook. Some examples of the magnificience in this book include Lemon & Yuzu Éclairs, Miso Butterscotch Tarts and a Matcha & Pistachio Opera. It is truly a gorgeous book that brings new meaning to fusion cuisine. This title is being released in the UK and US this month and I hope to bring you a full promotion soon.

 

 

Eat Delicious: 125 Recipes for Your Daily Dose of Awesome by Dennis Prescott features comfort food from around the globe that can be prepared by any home cook, no matter their skill level. Good food isn't processed or precious, Dennis insists. Good food is delicious, fun to make, exciting to eat and puts you in a good mood. Mirroring the inviting, energetic style of the author's popular Instagram account, this book is packed with 125 of his most popular and original recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as desserts, snacks, and sides that everyone will enjoy.  
 

Dinner Chez Moi: 50 French Secrets to Joyful Eating and Entertaining by Elizabeth Bard delivers sound advice and easy-to-follow recipes, with a range of delightful, yet useful, French secrets to eating and living well, including hunger as the new foreplay, the top five essential French cooking tools and 15 minute meals popular throughout France, and the concept of benevolent dictatorship: why French kids eat veggies, and how to get yours to eat them, too.

 
Notes on a Banana: A Memoir of Food, Love, and Manic Depression by David Leite is the stunning and long-awaited memoir from the beloved founder of the James Beard Award-winning website Leite's Culinaria. I am preparing a full promotion on this brilliant memoir - which is funny, touching and stay-up-all night reading worthy along with a Q & A with the author. David has a number of events scheduled to promote this title.

 

 

Ducksoup: The Wisdom of Simple Cooking by Clare Lattin and Tom Hill is the debut cookbook from the chefs of London's popular restaurant of the same name. This title features more than 130 seasonal, simple, clean recipes. It was also Named a Book of the Year in London's The Observer, The Telegraph and Spectator as it was released in the UK last year. I hope to have a full promotion on this title soon and more information for you in our monthly roundup. 

 

Desserts LaBelle: Soulful Sweets to Sing About by Patti LaBelle is being released later this month. Now fans of Patti's You Tube-made-famous pie, can make their own, as well as other amazing sweets! Filled with her favorite recipes for pies, cakes, cookies, and puddings, as well as a chapter on diabetic-friendly recipes, moving personal stories from her career and life, this is the most personal cookbook the singer has written. Every fan of soul and sweets will want to own it. A full promotion coming soon.

 

S is for Sri Lankan (Alphabet Cooking) and K is for Korean (Alphabet Cooking) by Quadrille is the brand-new series which focuses on creating a collection of must-have books filled with 50 of the most on-trend dishes from around the world. The series will kick off with these two titles which will introduce the ultimate recipes from each cuisine, all in a highly desirable and on-trend gift package.

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