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How To Cook That: Crazy Sweet Creations

A great cookbook that offers a variety of delicious treats. Recommended for intermediate to advanced bakers.
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Treasures of the Mexican Table: Classic Recipes, Local Secrets

For home cooks looking for recipes that go beyond Tex-Mex, Jinich’s cookbook offers delicious insights about the rich and varied culinary culture of Mexico. Longtime viewers of her PBS cooking show will be drawn in, as will new fans.
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Cannelle et Vanille Bakes Simple: A New Way To Bake Gluten-Free

Goyoaga’s latest baking book continues her reputation for quality. Recommended for bakers with gluten-free diets but could easily be used by others too.
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The Joy of Pizza: Everything You Need To Know

For serious pizza aficionados, this cookbook gives step-by-step instructions to achieve the perfect Margherita pie from scratch; less committed bakers can up their game with the innovative toppings.
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Bittman Bread: No-Knead Whole Grain Baking for Every Day

Another cookbook in which Bittman thoroughly learns a kitchen task, then deftly explains it to readers. Recommended for anyone interested in whole grains or easy, no-knead, naturally fermented bread.
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Milk Street Vegetables: 250 Bold, Simple Recipes for Every Season

Besides fans of Milk Street’s magazine or videos, cooks of all levels will appreciate the variety of vegetable dishes in this handy guide. It’s an ideal complement to Milk Street: Cookish, but it can also stand on its own.
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Provecho: 100 Vegan Mexican Recipes to Celebrate Culture and Community

An enticing collection of quick, relatively straightforward recipes that’s a solid starting point for vegan and non-vegan readers alike. Castrejón (recipe developer, food stylist, and now cookbook author) has created an enticing guide to making plant-based Mexican food at home.

Taste Makers: Seven Immigrant Women Who Revolutionized Food in America

A must-read for those interested in culinary or women’s history and the evolution of American cookbooks.
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Lidia’s “A Pot, a Pan, and a Bowl”: Simple Recipes for Perfect Meals

Readers who are familiar with homestyle Italian cooking will be reminded of its simple joys, while those looking to make something attainable in their kitchen will enjoy the simplicity offered here. Note that this is the companion cookbook for the forthcoming TV series Lidia’s Kitchen: Home Cooking.
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