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Salty, Cheesy, Herby, Crispy Snackable Bakes: 100 Easy-Peasy, Savory Recipes for 24/7 Deliciousness

From yummy new options for easy, quick snack dinners to scrumptious choices that will help readers up their charcuterie board game, Sheehan’s book has got home cooks covered. In fact, the only challenge cooks will face once they get their oven mitts on Sheehan’s marvelously inventive, tasty treat of a cookbook will be deciding where to start.

Latin-ish: More Than 100 Recipes Celebrating American Latino Cuisines

A superb, marvelously informative introduction to Latine cooking and cuisine in the U.S., enriched with intriguing snippets of Salazar’s heritage and culinary journeys.

Do Just One Thing: 365 Ideas for a Better You, Life, and Planet

Fans of Seo will enjoy this book filled with life-hacks and ideas to help them reduce their environmental impact.

Bohème Cooking: French Vegetarian Recipes

Solomon’s easy and relaxed approach to vegetarian cooking and her stylishly formatted recipes make this a first-rate guide for U.S. cooks looking to give their vegetable dishes a bit of French je ne sais quoi.

Sugar Taco at Home: Plant-Based Mexican Recipes from Our L.A. Restaurant

A true reflection of the Sugar Taco brand provides the home chef with conscientious, earth-friendly, and delicious vegan Mexican food.

Sam the Cooking Guy and the Holy Grill: Easy & Delicious Recipes for Outdoor Grilling & Smoking

Even among other excellent guides, like How To Grill Everything by Mark Bittman and Smokin’ Hot in the South by Melissa Cookston, Zien’s exuberantly written cookbook will encourage readers to let out their inner caveperson and throw something tasty on the barbie.

Thoughtful Cooking: Recipes Rooted in the New South

Written with the same love and care as Bill Smith’s Seasoned in the South and Vivian Howard’s Deep Run Roots, Dissen’s irresistible tome of culinary love will be food for thought for readers seeking a grounded guide to cooking.

Misunderstood Vegetables: How To Fall in Love with Sunchokes, Rutabaga, Eggplant and More

Even with the bounty of excellent vegetable-focused cookbooks that are available (such as Deborah Madison’s brilliant Vegetable Literacy and Abra Berens’s thoughtful Ruffage), this effortlessly entertaining and endlessly empowering book deserves its own spot in every kitchen.

Every Cocktail Has a Twist: Master 25 Classic Drinks and Craft More Than 200 Variations

The perfectly crafted cocktail construction instruction provided in this book and way it teaches readers to riff on flavors will transform any home bartender into a mixologist, making this a sure-to-be-loved addition to entertaining and mixology shelves.

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