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Culinary Arts (16)

  • A Taste of Africa Cookbook

    By Zawadee
    Covers delicacies like leftover turkey stew, harissa rubbed turkey, moroccan chickpea stew, spicy african chicken stew, etc

  • Cooking from the heart

    By Desmond Tutu
    This recipe book shows how to make food that tastes good, is simple to prepare and is easy on the pocket. By using everyday ingredients, you too can prevent yourself and your families from the dangers of different lifestyle diseases

  • AMAZING WASTE

    By Nelson Institute of Environmental Studies
    The cookbook is divided into two sections, one focusing on food scrap recipes and the other on recipes for repurposing leftover food. Fruit and vegetable scraps are the stars of the food scrap recipe section, since the abundant remainders of these food groups are often disregarded.

    AMAZING WASTE

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  • Recipes from The New Americans Cookbook

    This cookbook contains recipes for Nigerian, Arabic, Dominican, Mexican and Indian food.

  • Heart-Healthy Home Cooking African American Style

    By National Institutes of Health
    This recipe book brings together many African American favorite recipes, prepared in a heart-healthy way lower in fat, especially saturated fat, cholesterol, and sodium! It shows how to prepare dishes in ways that help protect you and your family from heart disease and stroke. This is important because heart disease is the first and stroke is the third leading cause of death for African Americans

  • Maggi Recipies

    Learn how to make several kinds of Nigerian soups.

    Maggi Recipies

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  • By Sally Mackay
    This book has lots of ideas and recipes. They are all healthy eating ideas (except for a few treats) and they are all cheap to prepare. Change the recipes to suit your family’s tastes and the ingredients you have. Most of the recipes in this book serve four people.

  • Heart Healthy Home Cooking African American Style

    By National Institute of Health
    This recipe book brings together many African American favorite recipes, prepared in a heart healthy way, lower in saturated fat, cholesterol, and sodium! It shows how to prepare dishes in ways that help protect you and your family from heart disease and stroke. This updated recipe book includes new recipes, along with some of your old favorites. New information on heart healthy food substitutions and food safety is also included.

  • 101+ Square Meals

    By Safefood
    The food we eat affects our health and well-being and budget plays an important role in what food we buy and prepare. This cookery book was designed to take this into consideration and provide easy-to-prepare, low-budget, tasty, yet highly nutritious meals. You will find sections containing useful tips on shopping, home freezing and food safety, helpful information on healthy eating, various tasty breakfast, lunch and dinner recipes as well as some practical advice for cooking for one.

    101+ Square Meals

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  • Traditional Vegetables Recipes from Cameroon

    By Takemore Chagomoka, Regine Kamga, Abdou Tenkouano and Maureen Mecozzi
    The authors are pleased to present you with this collection of traditional Cameroonian recipes that have been passed on from generation to generation. Cameroon is a bilingual country; we have taken some popular dishes from English-speaking regions and others from French-speaking regions.

  • EAT WELL  GOOD AND CHEAP

    By LEANNE BROWN

  • Keep the beat™ recipes

    By NHLBI
    Keep the Beat™ Recipes: Deliciously Healthy Dinners showcases new dishes that were created just for the NHLBI that have an American, Latino, Mediterranean, or Asian flair. The recipes are also reasonably quick and easy to prepare—a must for busy adults and families! Also included are food preparation tips and suggestions for serving the recipes.

  • The Celebrity Pasta Lovers’ Cookbook

    By Barilla
    We’re pleased to present this compilation of favorite celebrity pasta dishes to benefi t America’s Second Harvest, the nation’s largest charitable hunger relief organization.

  • Where Slow Food and Whole Food Meet

    By Jennifer Dempsey & Christine Pittman
    When we teamed up to create this cookbook as a fundraising tool for food banks across the United States, our goal was to have a beautiful book full of healthy delicious recipes that would !t easily into everyday life. We did it

  • StoneSoup Minimalist Home Cooking

    By StoneSoup
    Over the past year I’ve been writing a series of recipes that have only 5 ingredients and take 10 minutes to prepare. They’ve been published in a number of locations. I thought it would be useful to have these recipes all together in the one handy ebook that you can keep on your laptop or computer at work as an at-your-fingertips reference for when you need inspiration for what to cook for dinner.

  • The Enjoy Life Foods E-CookBook

    By Enjoy Life Team
    Every recipe you will find here is free of gluten, wheat, soy, eggs, dairy, nuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish and oats. And all of the recipes in this cookbook share one thing: one of the key ingredients is an Enjoy Life product.


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