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Motherland: A Jamaican Cookbook

Readers will relish the research and detail Thompson put into her ode to her beloved Jamaica through its food and history.

Chinese-ish: Home Cooking, Not Quite Authentic, 100% Delicious

Kaul and Hu have written an excellent introduction to Chinese and Southeast Asian cuisine, recommended for intermediate to advanced cooks. Readers who just love reading cookbooks, even if they never step foot in the kitchen, won’t want to miss it either.
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Forever Beirut: Recipes and Stories from the Heart of Lebanon

Recommended for cookbook readers, armchair travelers, and those looking to learn more about Lebanese cuisine.
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The Dalai Lama: Leadership and the Power of Compassion

That Chih is captivated by the Dalai Lama is beyond question. But this effusive narrative falls just shy of a hagiography. Perhaps for this reason, Chih’s biography fails to capture the depth of this remarkable human being, the Tibetan people, and the distinctiveness of Tibetan Buddhism.
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Saka Saka: South of the Sahara—Adventures in African Cooking

This cookbook will delight readers and home cooks alike as an introduction to sub-Saharan cuisine, and its recipes will quickly become go-tos.
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Ammu: Indian Home Cooking To Nourish Your Soul

Fans of Khan will enjoy this glimpse at her culinary inspiration and will feel the loving embrace that food symbolized during her childhood. The cookbook also serves as a great introduction to Indian cuisine and to Khan, as to cook from this book is to know her.
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His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama: An Illustrated Biography

A general but authentic overview of the Dalai Lama’s life that will appeal to those new to the topic, as well as vested scholars, for the work’s valuable archival material.
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Parwana: Recipes and Stories from an Afghan Kitchen

This book is recommended for anyone interested in delicious recipes as well as those curious about Afghanistan’s history.
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The Camel’s Neighbor: Travels and Travelers in Yemen

This combination of memoir and highlights of Yemen history will appeal to readers interested in the culture, history, and landscape of the Middle East.
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