Prepublication Reviews and Expertly Selected Title Lists

July is National Culinary Arts Month

Now is the perfect time to refresh your collection of cookbooks and culinary titles because July is National Culinary Arts Month. Feast on this list of titles that cover culinary history, how to plant, grow, and prepare your food, how to eat healthy, careers in the culinary field, and of course lots of recipes by your favorite chefs. You can learn a lot of valuable culinary tips, tricks, and techniques to step up your game and become a better chef.   View the entire list here.

Back Home with the Neelys by Patrick & Gina Neely  Nack Home with the Neelys

Food Network stars Pat and Gina Neely give readers a modern-day take on classic Southern dishes that they grew up with. They not only provide delicious recipes but also incorporate childhood memories and family anecdotes.  Learn more and order here.

Pies and Tarts Pies and Tarts

The Culinary Institute of America presents easy-to-follow instructions paired with superb photography for their new collection of more than 150 gold-standard pie and tart recipes. They feature all of the classics that you love and will want to make again and again. Learn more and order here.

Provence, 1970 by Luke Barr Provence, 1970

Meet the culinary icons Julia Child, M.F.K. Fisher, Judith Jones, Richard Olney, and James Beard and learn of their famous meeting where they debated over America’s future food influences and how their decisions impacted modern day cuisine. Learn more and order here.

Relish by Lucy Knisley Relish

Lucy Knisley, the daughter of a chef, shares her memories of growing up in and around food. She details how moments taught her not only about cooking but about life in general. Knisley’s memoir includes recipes and her fun, original artwork. Learn more and order here.


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