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The Secret of Cooking: Recipes for an Easier Life in the Kitchen

While best for cookbook readers, Wilson’s book provides plenty to learn for all levels of home cooks who have the desire to indulge in the contemplation and wisdom she provides.

Fragmented: A Doctor’s Quest To Piece Together American Health Care

An informative and sobering look at the state of patient care in the United States.

Company: The Radically Casual Art of Cooking for Others

There are plenty of options right now for cookbooks about entertaining, but don’t miss out on this distinctive offering, which will make long-lasting impressions on cooks and their guests. Thielen delivers again with warm, encouraging, and delicious menus that will have readers excited to plan their next crowd-pleasing event.

Portico: Cooking and Feasting in Rome’s Jewish Kitchen

Koenig’s diligence with details will likely delight home cooks, especially those who keep kosher, armchair travelers, and history buffs looking to explore a lesser-known side of Jewish cuisine.

Love Is a Pink Cake: Irresistible Bakes for Morning, Noon, and Night

Home cooks with some experience with a whisk and spatula will likely be inspired to branch out into new baking adventures by Ptak’s charming, warmly encouraging writing style and methodically laid out recipes.

The Story of Art Without Men

A good-looking, valuable addition to general or fine art collections in any public, academic, or school library, this engaging overview shines a light both entertaining and erudite on a critical half of the art world.

Innards: Stories

Soweto-born Makhene uses her unique voice to characterize South Africa much as Ben Okri does for Nigeria or NoViolet Bulwayo for Zimbabwe. Her debut collection is necessarily difficult and disturbingly intense, as any stories of life under apartheid must be, but careful reading will unearth kernels of the inherent resilience and humor of her people.

Perfectly Good Food: A Totally Achievable Zero Waste Approach to Home Cooking

This refreshing guide to zero-waste cooking invites readers to bring what they have to the pot to create unique and flavorful recipes.

Girlfriend on Mars

A fresh take on the break-up narrative, mixed with the existential angst of today’s world. Willis (author of two short story collections, including The Dark and Other Love Stories) explores many subthemes that will ring true, particularly for millennial readers.

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