May is National Egg month. Let’s celebrate it by cooking delicious eggs.
Eggs are among the most nutritious foods on the planet. Most people have one or few eggs a day. From scrambled and fried to baked and beyond, these egg recipes show how different cooking methods can create easy, unique, and flavorful breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner for you.
Lisa Steele, founder of the popular blog Fresh Eggs Daily, shares the delightful and delicious recipes she uses each day to take advantage of the bounty provided by the feathered friends on her Maine farm.
Waylynn Lucas demonstrates how a touch of finesse can elevate your dishes and make you more confident in the kitchen. Whether you’re looking for a decadent weekend brunch spread to impress guests or a healthy make-ahead breakfast to start your day off right, you can find just what you’re craving. This book is perfect for home cooks who want to wake up to delectable and uplifting dishes fresh out of their own kitchens.
Elegant entertaining. Brunch has established itself as the perfect way to enjoy the delectable combination of food, family, and friends. Beautiful brunches allow you to confidently welcome this delightful trio into your home, thanks to more than 100 eye-catching and delicious recipes that can accommodate any taste. Cut away complication, dazzle your guests, and transform a simple gathering into a memorable occasion with Beautiful brunches.
Lacey Baier, founder of the clean-eating blog A Sweet Pea Chef, brings you a wide variety of fun, satisfying breakfasts and lunches to help you eat clean – and stay healthy – all day long. By ditching refined sugars and harmful additives and adding in natural sweeteners and low-carb, high-protein foods, you never have to give up the meals you love to eat.
Dinner in French: My Recipes By Way of France by Melissa Clark
The new French classics in 150 recipes that reflect a modern yet distinctly French recipe canon, from New York Times star food writer Melissa Clark. Just as Dorie Greenspan brought Julia Child’s recipes into the late 20th century, so Melissa Clark brings French cooking into the 21st century. Now, as one of the nation’s favorite cookbook authors and food writers, Melissa updates classic French techniques and dishes to reflect how we cook, shop, and eat today.
Offers over two hundred recipes inspired by Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Television show, including Korean scallion pancakes, chickpea and harissa soup, Austrian potato salad, spicy stir-fried cumin beef, piri piri chicken, and ricotta-semolina cheesecake.
Good Enough: A Cookbook by Leanne Brown
After writing and launching Good and Cheap, the cookbook with a social purpose that has over 500,000 copies in print, Leanne Brown went into a tailspin. She was burnt out and depressed, and fell into a pattern of using guilt and fear to get herself back into facing the day. Her dream of becoming a cookbook author was turning into a nightmare. Something had to change. What changed, and how, is the journey of Good Enough, a deeply personal cookbook with a profoundly uplifting, relatable message.
150 recipes to help you master the cooking basics, hack the pantry, and make everything from vegetarian go-tos to crowd-pleasing snacks to irresistible desserts.
Tasty Ultimate is THE must-have companion for home cooks of all skill levels—whether you’re a sometimes cook or a master meal prepper. With 150 recipes, clever hacks, and must-know techniques, this cookbook will teach you how to kill it in the kitchen.
Make wholesome family favorites with the convenience of your multicooker, slow cooker, electric pressure cooker, and Instant Pot ®! Sure-bet Turkey Meatball Soup, hearty Double-the-Vegetables Pot Roast, and a Summer Berry Crumble that’s at home on the brunch or dessert table are just a few of the delicious ways Sarah Copeland makes sitting down to a meal with the people you love simpler than ever.
You want a big, hearty bowl of food that doesn’t leave you feeling weighed down– and you don’t want a bowl of lettuce. Hunt presents a collection of simple, healthy recipes that will lead you to real food that you’ll actually feel like eating. These recipes are flexible, balanced, use accessible ingredients, and will leave you satisfied.
Ned Baldwin, the former chef of Prune, now chef-owner of New York City’s Houseman restaurant, and the noted food writer Peter Kaminsky share simple, maverick dishes and techniques that you can transform into a wealth of new recipes.
Making nutritious meals that fit into your hectic schedule and satisfy the entire family just got a whole lot easier. Busy mom of five, Lisa Burns, shares a slew of family-friendly meals that can be ready in a flash with the help of your Instant Pot. Breakfast is a cinch with quick and easy dishes like Make-Ahead Egg Casserole and Warm Strawberries & Cream Millet, and even the pickiest eater will love it when you serve Sausage & (Secret) Sweet Potato Macaroni or Zesty Ranch Chicken Roll-Ups for dinner.
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