Danielle Williams

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Vegetable Simple: A Cookbook

The latest by Ripert will appeal to anyone who wants to explore vegetarian options, or who simply wants to expand their repertoire of classic dishes.
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An Onion in My Pocket: My Life with Vegetables

Madison is a prolific cookbook author, and this latest offering presents an intriguing and insightful look into how her upbringing influenced both her professional and private life.
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Dead Reckoning: The Story of How Johnny Mitchell and His Fighter Pilots Took on Admiral Yamamoto and Avenged Pearl Harbor

Lehr’s skills as a journalist dig deep into the lives of Yamamoto and Mitchell, shining light on the public and private life of each. Anyone interested in World War II, and especially the war in the Pacific, will find this account fascinating. [See Prepub Alert, 11/4/19.]
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Macramé: Techniques and Projects for the Complete Beginner

A solid choice for anyone already familiar with macramé, but too advanced for the true beginner.
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Meals, Music, and Muses: Recipes from My African American Kitchen

With straightforward instructions, this personal read presents dishes that are familiar favorites with a unique and delightful spin.
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140 Days to Hiroshima: The Story of Japan’s Last Chance to Avert Armageddon

This look at the negotiations surrounding the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki is appropriate for any beginning World War II scholar.
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Oaxaca: The Food of the Region, and of LA’s Legendary Restaurant Guelaguetza

From the recipe for traditional masa, used to make tortillas, to moles that form the base of many recipes, the simple instructions and lavish photographs make this a delightful cookbook, suitable for anyone with an interest in traditional Mexican food.
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The Boston Massacre: A Family History

Zabin has done extensive research into the public records of several Revolutionary era archives and has compiled a compelling history of the Boston Massacre, weaving personal stories together to present a comprehensive view of this turning point incident.

Jubilee: Recipes from Two Centuries of African-American Cooking

More than a cookbook, this collection of recipes offers an excellent starting point for anyone interested in African American culinary history.

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