• Life Without A Recipe

    Life Without A Recipe

    Abu-Jaber, Diana

    This memoir continues the story of the author's struggles with cross-cultural values and how they shaped her coming of age and her culinary life, tracing her three marriages, her literary ambitions, and her midlife decision to become a parent. (NoveList)

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  • Decolonize your Diet

    Decolonize your Diet

    Calvo, Luz

    More than just a cookbook, Decolonize Your Diet redefines what is meant by "traditional" Mexican food by reaching back through hundreds of years of history to reclaim heritage crops as a source of protection from modern diseases. (Publisher's copy)

    Format: eBook

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  • Eat A Peach

    Eat A Peach

    Chang, David

    The star of Ugly Delicious traces his upbringing as a youngest son in a deeply religious Korean-American family, his search for identity, his struggles with manic depression and his unlikely rise as one of his generation’s most influential chefs. (NoveList)

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  • Tawâw


    Chartrand, Shane

    First Nations chef Chartrand (Cree) draws from his Indigenous roots as well as French and Asian culinary traditions in this beautifully designed cookbook featuring essays on Native culture alongside mouthwatering recipes.

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  • Chaat


    Chauhan, Maneet

    Chef and Chopped judge Chauhan partners with food writer Eddy to reminisce on their travels via India's vast railway system, where food and beverage carts and markets offer passengers a quick bite or a drink. (Publishers Weekly)

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  • Eating Wildly

    Eating Wildly

    Chin, Ava

    Trekking through Central Park and other urban beaten paths and backyards, Chin leads us on a journey of discovery as she searches for the tender shoots poking through cement cracks and hardy wild plants resisting winter's bite. (Publishers Weekly)

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  • Tastes Like War

    Tastes Like War

    Cho, Grace M.

    Part food memoir, part sociological investigation, Tastes Like War is a hybrid text about a daughter's search through intimate and global history to understand herself and the cultural roots of her mother's mental illness. (NoveList)

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  • Coconuts & Collards

    Coconuts & Collards

    Diaz, Von

    When her family moved from Puerto Rico to Atlanta, Von Diaz traded plantains, roast pork, and malta for grits, fried chicken, and sweet tea. Brimming with humor and nostalgia, Coconuts and Collards is a recipe-packed memoir of growing up Latina in the Deep South. (NoveList)

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  • In Bibi's Kitchen

    In Bibi's Kitchen

    Hassan, Hawa

    Grandmothers from eight eastern African countries welcome you into their kitchens to share flavorful recipes and stories of family, love, and tradition in this transporting cookbook-meets-travelogue by Hawa Hassan, who grew up in Seattle. (Publisher's copy)

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  • Love, Loss, and What We Ate

    Love, Loss, and What We Ate

    Lakshmi, Padma

    Top Chef host Lakshmi writes about her immigrant childhood and life in front of the camera, tracing her formative experiences in her grandmother's South Indian kitchen and her relationships with people who influenced her culinary skills and career. (NoveList)

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