Cookbooks

Eat what you love : more than 300 incredible recipes low in sugar, fat, and calories book cover

Eat what you love : more than 300 incredible recipes low in sugar, fat, and calories

Marlene Koch

641.5635 /Koch
Cookbooks

"Enjoy all the delicious foods you love--guilt free as you effortlessly cut the sugar, slash the fat and calories, and curb the excess carbs. Eat What You Love is the perfect family cookbook with healthy recipes that never sacrifice taste"--Jacket.

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One of my favorite cookbooks for low calorie meals that everyone in my family enjoys! -Meredith

Run fast, eat slow : nourishing recipes for athletes book cover

Run fast, eat slow : nourishing recipes for athletes

Shalane Flanagan

641.563 /Flanagan
Cookbooks, Sports, Health

Candice's picture

If you want to run, you have to eat. Flanagan and Kopecky present a tasty way to get all the necessary calories and nutrients in. -Candice

Dinner : changing the game book cover

Dinner : changing the game

Melissa Clark

641.5 /Clark
Cookbooks

Anne M's picture

I love Melissa Clark's flavors. She never fails me and I feel so confident in my cooking when using her recipes. The best part about "Dinner"? The food is ready in a flash. -Anne M

The how not to die cookbook : 100+ recipes to help prevent and reverse disease book cover

The how not to die cookbook : 100+ recipes to help prevent and reverse disease

Michael Greger

641.56366 /Greger
Cookbooks

Dr. Michael Greger's first book, "How Not to Die," presented the scientific evidence behind the only diet that can prevent and reverse many of the causes of premature death and disability. Now, Dr. Greger puts that science into action with this cookbook. From Superfood Breakfast Bites to Spaghetti Squash Puttanesca to Two-Berry Pie with Pecan-Sunflower Crust, every recipe offers a delectable, easy-to-prepare, plant-based dish to help anyone eat their way to better health.

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I stumbled across this book on the new shelf and love how delicious the plant-based recipes look. The recipe creator involved also happens to be behind one of my other favorite cookbooks--Vegan on the Cheap. Can't wait to get cooking! -Melody

Alchemy of herbs : transform everyday ingredients into foods and remedies that heal book cover

Alchemy of herbs : transform everyday ingredients into foods and remedies that heal

Rosalee de la Foret

615.321 /Foret
Health, Cookbooks

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This book came out in 2017 and is beautiful! Lots of interesting herb profiles and lovely pictures. -Heidi K

The pot and how to use it : the mystery and romance of the rice cooker book cover

The pot and how to use it : the mystery and romance of the rice cooker

Roger Ebert

641.589 /Ebert
Cookbooks

"In The Pot and How to Use It, Roger Ebert--Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic, admitted 'competent cook,' and longtime electric rice cooker enthusiast--gives readers a charming, practical guide to this handy and often overlooked kitchen appliance"--Cover, p. 4.

Shawna's picture

I have only used my rice cooker for making rice and sometimes steaming veggies. I am inspired to explore other options! -Shawna

Food52 ice cream and friends : 60 recipes & riffs for sorbets, sandwiches, no-churn ice creams and more book cover

Food52 ice cream and friends : 60 recipes & riffs for sorbets, sandwiches, no-churn ice creams and more

Amanda Hesser

641.862 /Food
Cookbooks

A collection of recipes, riffs, toppings, and serving ideas for ice creams of all styles features such options as coffee frozen custard, cinnamon roll ice cream, grilled watermelon cremolada, cherry snow cones, and basil-shiso gelato.

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I look for any excuse to make ice cream! Guests visiting? Lets make ice cream! Celebrating? Let's make ice cream! It's Wednesday? Let's make ice cream! -Shawna

Inspiralized : turn vegetables into healthy, creative, satisfying meals book cover

Inspiralized : turn vegetables into healthy, creative, satisfying meals

Ali Maffucci

641.65 /Maffucci
Cookbooks

"At long last, the definitive cookbook for recipes to make using the spiralizer.The spiralizer is a countertop tool that turns vegetables and fruits into noodles. It has completely revolutionized the way we think about our favorite high-carb, high-calorie dishes, helping us make them paleo, gluten-free, low-fat, clean, healthful, and guiltless. Zucchini noodles are popping up everywhere, but Ali Maffucci and Inspiralized.com are taking them further, showing readers the many different items they can spiralize, and how many remarkable and varied dishes they can make. From Jicama Shoestring Fries to Sweet Potato Fried Rice to Zucchini Linguine with Garlic Clam Sauce to Blueberry and Pear Noodle Popsicles, readers will rejoice at the versatility and creativity this cookbook brings to the hottest gadget in their kitchens"--

Shawna's picture

With Spring around the corner, I am ready for fresh food from the garden! Spiralized Zucchini is a favorite in our house. -Shawna

The all new Ball book of canning and preserving : over 350 of the best canned, jammed, pickled, and preserved recipes. book cover

The all new Ball book of canning and preserving : over 350 of the best canned, jammed, pickled, and preserved recipes.

641.4 /All
Cookbooks

Learn to preserve your favorite foods! This comprehensive guide aims to make canning easy for newbies, but includes surprising flavor twists and advanced techniques for those who already know the perks of preserving. The Ball name has been an authority in home food preservation since 1884, and this work puts a fresh new focus on flavor on the stovetop as well as inside the jar.

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I am new to canning, and my mom recommended referring to "the big Ball book." This updated version has great looking and (most importantly) safe tips for canning at home. -Shawna

Diners, drive-ins, dives : an All-American road trip-- with recipes! book cover

Diners, drive-ins, dives : an All-American road trip-- with recipes!

Guy Fieri

917.3764 /Fieri
Cookbooks, Travel

Kara's picture

I really enjoy Guy Fieri's television show. I think it would be fun to take a road trip and visit the restaurants he features on his show. I think I'd have to mix it up with a lot of exercise and moderation, though. The food looks yummy but I'm not sure how healthy it is! -Kara