A Bad Hair Day Cookbook

Recipes from Nancy J. Cohen's Cozy Mystery Series
By Nancy J. Cohen

Having a bad hair day? Perhaps a day in the kitchen planning a dinner party will soothe the frizzes. So, “whip out your whisk, snatch up your spoon, and prepare your palate.” And, while you’re working your way through another great set of new recipes,...

Tame Migraine the Delicious Way

A Cookbook with Diet Suggestions for Migraineurs
By Lydia Lin

Migraines can be very debilitating. It’s not just the pain in the head, and that in itself can be unbearable. It’s all the other symptoms: nausea, vomiting, vertigo, sensitivity to light, fatigue and the list goes on. Not every migraine sufferer experiences the same symptoms,...

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Have Food Will Travel

By Johanna and Craig Harlen

A mother and son tandem with a mutual gustatory delight set out to explore a profound travelogue of recipes spun from the thread of wanderlust and close family ties. Johanna and Craig Harlen offer a take on an international food adventure with Have Food Will...

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A Tipsy Man Goes Naked

Love Tales and Recipes
By Melody R. Green

A Tipsy Man Goes Naked is a collection of quirky and intriguing short stories penned by author Melody R. Green and thematically subtitled ‘Love Tales and Recipes’. The combination of both the notion of love and the sensations, aromas, and tastes associated with food are...

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Could It Be Gluten?

A guide to understanding the facts about the gluten free diet.
By EM Kennedy

Could It Be Gluten? A guide to understanding the facts about the gluten free diet by EM Kennedy is a self-help book to help you get diagnosed to see if you need to adopt a gluten free diet. EM Kennedy explains how you should be...

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Food For The Family Soul

Call Your Mother-In-law
By Ashley Nunez

Food For The Family Soul: Call Your Mother-In-Law by Ashley Nunez is an entertaining book for all food aficionados as it brings back the concept of families having get-togethers in the kitchen while they cook together. This cookbook is a catalyst to bring together growing...

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Braided

A Journey of a Thousand Challahs
By Beth Ricanati, MD

Braided: A Journey of a Thousand Challahs by Beth Ricanati, MD is a memoir that captures one woman's journey into her spiritual center, the place where self-love and self-care happen, and the very place where one heals oneself from the ache of anxiety and depression...

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Fall Gourmet Mag

The Red & Orange Issue
By Claudia Rinaldi

Fall Gourmet Mag: The Red & Orange Issue by Claudia Rinaldi explores Italian culture, history, and cuisine. It presents a variety of tantalizing dishes and treats from all parts of Italy, especially those related to the fall season. The recipes are accompanied by wonderful snippets...

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Inside The Chinese Wine Industry

The Past, Present, and Future of Wine in China
By Loren Mayshark

Chinese cuisine serves up superb meals and this is a reflection of their culture and civilization. China has a rich history of wine production that dates back to the millennia before Christ, and this book will take readers on an engaging journey through the past,...

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The Ultimate Fried Foods Cookbook

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By Vickianne Caswell

When I think of deep-fried foods, I think of battered fish and chips. With my Scottish ancestry, I would also think of Scotch Eggs, an all-time favorite for me. What I don’t think about is deep fried coffee, milkshakes, candy bars, watermelon, butter, even deep...

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