Food is the heart and soul of what brings people together. Memories of your favorite relative and their recipe, holiday traditions, healthy eating tips, or alternatives to original dishes that bring new flavor. Here are four creative cookbooks, each with their own guide to create delicious recipes.
Cookbook: Eat Clean, Play Dirty by Danielle Duboise and Whitney Tingle
Danielle Duboise and Whitney Tingle are founders of the organic nutritional program called Sakara Life. They introduce their concept of food as medicine. Their recipes help balance bodies, heal the gut, reduce inflammation, and more. Using their nutritional science, they discuss superfood ingredients with lifestyle tricks to have a balanced healthy eating style.
Burnt Toast and Other Disasters by Cal Peternell
A hilarious guide that shows practical ways to create delicious meals using random ingredients or failed meals. Some food we eat is a bit meh and needs magical flare. To level the playing field, Peternell turns bad outcomes into the best cuisine. His sections in this cookbook talk about: from burning to best, restaurant-style improvements, hacks, and changing a meal through sauces, purees, and more.
Mooncakes & Milk Bread by Kristina Cho
Food Blogger, Kristina Cho helps readers create classics and give them a modern twist. She modernizes Chinese bakery recipes. From savory to sweet, Cho can guide readers to whip them all up like a pro. With great advice and hacks on creating perfect dough and pastry.
Black Food by Bryant Terry
Explore the black culture of food in America. Curated food activist, Bryant Terry, explains the history of several recipes from around the world containing poetry and essays of recipes and urban culture. This cookbook gives you a history lesson as you explore the preparations to make meals into reality.
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