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No one has done more to introduce the world to the authentic, flavorful cuisines of Mexico than Diana Kennedy. Acclaimed as the Julia Child of Mexican cooking, Kennedy has been an intrepid, indefatigable student of Mexican foodways for more than fifty years and has published several classic books on the subject, including The Cuisines of Mexico (now available in The Essential Cuisines of Mexico, a compilation of her first three books),... more...

There are good recipes and there are great ones—and then, there are genius recipes.   Genius recipes surprise us and make us rethink the way we cook. They might involve an unexpectedly simple technique, debunk a kitchen myth, or apply a familiar ingredient in a new way. They’re handed down by luminaries of the food world and become their legacies. And, once we’ve folded them into our repertoires, they make us feel pretty genius too. In this... more...

Vikas Khanna?s culinary journey started in Amritsar, but the city of Mumbai has also played an important role in his evolution as an arbiter of dining taste. This book is his tribute to Mumbai, which lays on the table a smorgasbord of delicious food options: Maharashtrian, Parsi, Gujarati, Konkan, street food and so much more. Food that is as multi-flavoured as the city itself. In the year that Khanna lived in the city, working at The Leela Kempinski,... more...

One of Vikas Khanna's favorite places in the world growing up was the garden he and his grandmother planted at their home in Amritsar, India. He would rush home from school to tend to the aromatic basil and cardamom, tomatoes, peas, and squash. His intimate knowledge of spices and produce would guide him on his journey to become the Michelin-starred chef at one of New York's most highly regarded Indian restaurants, Junoon. And this... more...



Easy solutions for the most-harried meal of the day, from Table for Two blogger Julie Wampler Leftovers are overrated! Avoid having too much food at dinner with these simple two-serving meals. With 70 brand new recipes, Julie encourages beginner and seasoned cooks alike to cook at home, even when time is tight and everyone is tired. Her approachable and inspiring recipes include: Rustic Pot Pie with Biscuits Sloppy Joe Mac 'n Cheese Slow... more...

A whole new generation of home cooks can bring something good to the table with this completely updated edition of a classic cookbook. Margaret Fulton is credited as the woman who taught Australians how to cook with the first edition of her revered volume, published in 1968. Her kitchen wisdom fills this book, with tips and tricks on every page and recipes and techniques taught with her trademark clarity and talent. The recipes are... more...

Einat Admony is a 21st-century balaboosta (Yiddish for “perfect housewife”).She’s a mother and wife, but also a chef busy running three bustling New York City restaurants. Her debut cookbook features 140 of the recipes she cooks for the people she loves—her children, her husband, and the many friends she regularly entertains. Here, Einat’s mixed Israeli heritage (Yemenite, Persian) seamlessly blends with the fresh,... more...

Adorned in a charming beige cloth cover, this reissue of Kate Lebo's whimsical love letter to poetry and pie-making features a new introduction by Lebo on commonplace books and six new illustrations by Jessica Bonin. This cliché-busting book explores facts—real and imagined—about pie with a practical punch. Kate Lebo is the author of Pie School: Lessons in Fruit, Flour and Butter (Sasquatch Books) and A... more...