Cooking

  • The adventure of food: true stories of eating everything. 641.3 ADV
  • Almost from scratch: 600 recipes for the new convenience cuisine. Andrew Schloss. 641.555 SCH
  • American food writing: an anthology with classic recipes. 641.013 AME
  • The American history cookbook. Mark H. Zanger. 641.597 ZAN
  • American Indian cooking before 1500. Mary Gunderson. 641.592 GUN
  • American regional cuisine. 641.597 AME
  • American wholefoods cuisine: 1300 meatless wholesome recipes from short order to gourmet. Nikki & David Goldbeck. 641.5636 GOL
  • The anatomy of a dish. Diane Forley. 641.5 FOR
  • The Arab table: recipes and culinary traditions. May S. Bsisu. 641.595 BSI
  • Arabesque: a taste of Morocco, Turkey, and Lebanon. Claudia Roden. 641.5929 ROD
  • Back to the family: food tastes better shared with ones you love. Art Smith. 641.597 SMI
  • Back to the table: the reunion of food and family. Art Smith. 641.5 SMI
  • Barefoot Contessa at home: everyday recipes you’ll make over and over again. Ina Garten. 641.5 GAR
  • The best recipes in the world: more than 1,000 international dishes to cook at home. Mark Bittman. 641.59 BIT
  • Biba’s Italy: favorite recipes from the splendid cities. Biba Caggiano. 641.5945 CAG
  • Big sky cooking. Meredith Brokaw. 641.597 BRO
  • Blender baby food: over 125 recipes for healthy, homemade meals. Nicole Young. 641.5622 YOU
  • The Bon appetit cookbook. Barbara Fairchild. 641.5 FAI
  • Brother Juniper’s bread book: slow rise as method and metaphor. Peter Reinhart. 641.815 REI
  • Bruce Aidells’s complete book of pork: a guide to buying, storing, and cooking the world’s favorite meat. 641.664 AID
  • Chicken soup for the soul: recipes for busy moms. 641.555 CHI
  • The Chinese way: healthy low-fat cooking from China’s regions. Eileen Yin-Fei Lo. 641.595 LO
  • ChocolateChocolate. Lisa Yockelson. 641.637 YOC
  • Choice cuts: a savory selection of food writing from around the world and throughout history. 641.013 CHO
  • Classic recipes from Scotland. Tom Bridge. 641.5941 BRI
  • La cocina de mama: the great home cooking of Spain. Penelope Casas. 641.5946 CAS
  • Cocina: recetas americanas favoritas en espa~nol e ingles = favorite American recipes in Spanish and English. Betty Crocker. Spanish Lang. 641.5 CRO
  • College cooking: feed yourself and your friends. Megan & Jill Carle. 641.56 CAR
  • Cooked: from the streets to the stove, from cocaine to foie gras. Jeff Henderson. B Henderson
  • The Cooking Club cookbook: six friends show you how to bake, broil, and bond. 641.5 COO
  • Cooking healthy with soy: a Healthy Exchanges cookbook. JoAnna M. Lund. 641.6565 LUN
  • Cooking light annual recipes. 641.5635 COO
  • Cooking up a storm. Sam Stern. Y 641.5 STE
  • Cooking with beans, grains, pulses and legumes. Nicola Graimes. 641.631 GRA
  • Cookoff: recipe fever in America. Amy Sutherland. 641.597 SUT
  • The cook’s book: techniques and tips from the world’s master chefs. 641.5 COO
  • The Cook’s illustrated complete book of poultry. 641.66 COO
  • Cradle of flavor: home cooking from the spice islands of Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore. James Oseland. 641.5959 OSE
  • The cuisines of Spain: exploring regional home cooking. Teresa Barrenechea. 641.5946 BAR
  • A culinary traveller in Tuscany: exploring & eating off the beaten track. Beth Elon. 641.5945 ELO
  • Cupboard love: a dictionary of culinary curiosities. Mark Morton. 641.503 MOR
  • Daisy cooks!: Latin flavors that will rock your world. Daisy Martinez. 641.598 MAR
  • Damon Lee Fowler’s new southern baking: classic flavors for today’s cook. 641.815 FOW
  • Death by pad thai: and other unforgettable meals. 641.013 DEA
  • The diabetes menu cookbook: delicious special-occasion recipes for family and friends. Barbara Scott-Goodman. 641.5631 SCO
  • Dinners in a dish or a dash. Jean Anderson. 641.555 AND
  • Dishing: great dish–and dishes–from America’s most beloved gossip columnist. Liz Smith. 641.013 SMI
  • Don’t try this at home: culinary catastrophes from the world’s greatest chefs. 641.508 DON
  • Dream Dinners: turn dinnertime into family time with 100 assemble-and-freeze meals. Stephanie Allen. 641.61 ALL
  • Eating Cuban. Beverly Cox and Martin Jacobs. 641.5972 COX
  • Endless feasts: sixty years of writing from Gourmet. 808.84 END
  • Express lane meals: what to keep on hand, what to buy fresh for the easiest-ever 30-minute meals. Rachael Ray. 641.555 RAY
  • Farmer John’s cookbook: the real dirt on vegetables. John Peterson. 641.65 PET
  • Faster! I’m starving!: 100 dishes in 25 minutes or less. Kevin Mills and Nancy Mills. 641.555 MIL
  • Favorite family meals. Annabel Karmel. 641.5622 KAR
  • Fish on a first-name basis: how fish is caught, bought, cleaned, cooked, and eaten. Rob DeBorde. 641.692 DEB
  • Fix-it and enjoy-it cookbook: all purpose, welcome-home recipes. Phyllis Pellman Good. 641.5 GOO
  • Florence Henderson’s short-cut cooking: America’s favorite mom helps you get dinner on the table fast. 641.555 HEN
  • Food Network favorites: recipes from our all-star chefs. 641.5 FOO
  • The food substitutions bible: more than 5,000 substitutions for ingredients, equipment & techniques. David Joachim. 641.5 JOA
  • Garlic and sapphires: the secret life of a critic in disguise. Ruth Reichl. B Reichl
  • Gastronaut: adventures in food for the romantic, the foolhardy, and the brave. Stefan Gates. 641.013 GAT
  • Giada’s family dinners. Giada De Laurentiis. 641.5945 DEL
  • Grandma’s favorites: over 350 best-loved recipes handed down through the generations, from Sunday pot roast to oatmeal cookies. 641.597 GRA
  • The greatest dishes!: around the world in 80 recipes. Anya von Bremzen. 641.59 VON
  • The green eggs and ham cookbook: recipes inspired by Dr. Seuss! Georgeanne Brennan. 641.5123 BRE
  • A guy’s guide to great eating: big-flavored, fat-reduced recipes for men who love to eat. Don Mauer. 641.5638 MAU
  • Hallelujah! the welcome table: a lifetime of memories with recipes. Maya Angelou. 641.597 ANG
  • Happy in the kitchen. Michel Richard. 641.5 RIC
  • Harumi’s Japanese cooking. Harumi Kurihara. 641.5952 KUR
  • The healthy baby meal planner: mom-tested, child-approved recipes for your baby and toddler. Annabel Karmel. 641.5622 KAR
  • Heat: an amateur’s adventures as kitchen slave, line cook, pasta-maker, and apprentice to a Dante-quoting butcher in Tuscany. Bill Buford. 641.5945 BUF
  • How I learned to cook: culinary educations from the world’s greatest chefs. 641.509 HOW
  • How to break an egg: 1,453 kitchen tips, food fixes, emergency substitutions, and handy techniques. 641.5 HOW
  • In a Cajun kitchen: authentic Cajun recipes and stories from a family farm on the bayou. Terri Pischoff Wuerthner. 641.597 WUE
  • Indiana cooks!: great restaurant recipes for the home kitchen. Christine Barbour and Scott Feickert. Ind. Coll. 641.597 BAR
  • Into the Vietnamese kitchen: treasured foodways, modern flavors. Andrea Quynhgiao Nguyen. 641.5959 NGU
  • Ireland: the taste & the country. Mike Bunn. 641.594 BUN
  • Italian two easy: simple recipes from the London River Café. Rose Gray and Ruth Rogers. 641.5945 GRA
  • Italy in small bites. Carol Field. 641.5945 FIE
  • The itty bitty kitchen handbook: everything you need to know about setting up & cooking in the most ridiculously small kitchen in the world– your own. Justin Spring. 641.5 SPR
  • Jean-Georges: cooking at home with a four-star chef. Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Mark Bittman. 641.59 VON
  • Joy of cooking. Irma S. Rombauer, Marion Rombauer Becker, Ethan Becker. 641.5 ROM
  • King Arthur flour whole grain baking: delicious recipes using nutritious whole grains. 641.815 KIN
  • The language of baklava. Diana Abu-Jaber. 641.595 ABU
  • The Lee Bros. southern cookbook: stories and recipes for south-erners and would-be southerners. Matt & Ted Lee. 641.597 LEE
  • Local flavors: cooking and eating from America’s farmers’ markets. Deborah Madison. 641.597 MAD
  • Lost recipes: meals to share with friends and family. Marion Cunningham. 641.597 CUN
  • Lucinda’s authentic Jamaican kitchen. Lucinda Scala Quinn. 641.5972 QUI
  • Mastering sauces, salsas & relishes. Rick Rodgers. 641.814 ROD
  • Mexican everyday. Rick Bayless. 641.5972 BAY
  • Mexican light: healthy cuisine for today’s cook = Cocina mexicana ligera: para el cocinero actual. Kris Rudolph. Spanish Lang. 641.5972 RUD
  • Miriam’s kitchen: a memoir. Elizabeth Ehrlich. B Ehrlich
  • My kitchen in Spain: 225 authentic regional recipes. Janet Mendel. 641.5946 MEN
  • My life in France. Julia Child. 641.509 CHI
  • The new American cooking. Joan Nathan. 641.597 NAT
  • New recipes from quilt country: more food & folkways from the Amish & Mennonites. Marcia Adams. 641.592 ADA
  • A new way to cook. Sally Schneider. 641.5 SCH
  • On food and cooking: the science and lore of the kitchen. Harold McGee. 641.5 MACG
  • The 150 best American recipes: indispensable dishes from legendary chefs and undiscovered cooks. 641.597 ONE
  • One spice, two spice: American food, Indian flavors. Floyd Cardoz. 641.5954 CAR
  • 1,2,3, cook for me!: over 300 quick, easy, and healthy recipes for babies and toddlers. Karin Knight. 641.5622 KNI
  • Opportunities in culinary careers. Mary Donovan. 647.95 DON
  • The organic cook’s bible: how to select and cook the best ingredients on the market. Jeff Cox. 641.5637 COX
  • Paula Deen & friends: living it up, southern style. 641.597 DEE
  • Paula Deen celebrates!: best dishes and best wishes for the best times of your life. 641.568 DEE
  • Pierre Franey cooks with his friends: with recipes from top chefs in France, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium & the Netherlands. 641.594 FRA
  • Pig perfect: encounters with remarkable swine and some great ways to cook them. Peter Kaminsky. 641.664 KAM
  • Prevention’s the healthy cook: the ultimate illustrated kitchen guide to great low-fat food. 641.5638 PRE
  • Real American food: authentic regional cuisine: restaurants, markets, and shops plus favorite hometown recipes. Burt Wolf. 641.597 WOL
  • The Red Hat Society cookbook. 641.597 RED
  • Reid Duffy’s guide to Indiana’s favorite restaurants: with a recipe sampler. Ind. Coll. 647.95 DUF
  • Remembrance of things Paris: sixty years of writing from Gourmet. 641.5944 REM
  • Revolutionary Chinese cookbook: recipes from Hunan Province. Fuchsia Dunlop. 641.595 DUN
  • Rick and Lanie’s excellent kitchen adventures: chef dad, teenage daughter recipes and stories. Rick & Lanie Bayless. Y 641.59 BAY
  • Sandra Lee semi-homemade slow cooker recipes: savory, simple, sensational recipes that taste like they were made from scratch. 641.5884 LEE
  • Seductions of rice: a cookbook. Jeffrey Alford, Naomi Duguid. 641.6318 ALF
  • Semi-homemade cooking. Sandra Lee. 641.555 LEE
  • Shakespeare’s kitchen: Renaissance recipes for the contemporary cook. Francine Segan. 641.509 SEG
  • Simple Thai cookery: step by step to everyone’s favourite Thai recipes. Ken Hom. 641.5959 HOM
  • Simply in season: a world community cookbook. Mary Beth Lind and Cathleen Hockman-Wert. 641.563 LIN
  • Sleep on it: prepare delicious meals the night before that you can pop in the oven the next day! Carol Gordon. 641.555 GOR
  • Slow cooker. 641.5884 SLO
  • Sophia Loren’s recipes & memories. 641.5945 LOR
  • The soul of a new cuisine: a discovery of the foods and flavors of Africa. Marcus Samuelsson. 641.596 SAM
  • The spaghetti sauce gourmet: 160 recipes from four kinds of sauce. David Joachim. 641.814 JOA
  • Spam: a biography. Carolyn Wyman. 641.66 WYM
  • Spice: flavors of the eastern Mediterranean. Ana Sortun. 641.638 SOR
  • The spice routes. Chris & Carolyn Caldicott. 641.638 CAL
  • Spice: the history of a temptation. Jack Turner. 641.33 TUR
  • Starting with ingredients: quintessential recipes for the way we really cook. Aliza Green. 641.5 GRE
  • A stew or a story: an assortment of short works by M.F.K. Fisher. 641.3 FIS
  • The storm gourmet: a guide to creating extraordinary meals without electricity. Daphne Nikolopoulos. 641.61 NIK
  • Student’s go vegan cookbook: over 135 quick, easy, cheap, and tasty vegan recipes. Carole Raymond. 641.5636 RAY
  • Take big bites: adventures around the world and across the table. Linda Ellerbee. 641.092 ELL
  • Taste of the Midwest: 12 states, 101 recipes, 150 meals, 8,207 miles and millions of memories. Dan Kaercher. 641.597 KAE
  • Tasty: get great food on the table every day. Roy Finamore. 641.5 FIN
  • Today’s kitchen cookbook. 641.5 TOD
  • Top 100 baby purees: 100 quick and easy meals for a healthy and happy baby. Annabel Karmel. 641.5622 KAR
  • A twist of the wrist: quick flavorful meals with ingredients from jars, cans, bags, and boxes. Nancy Silverton. 641.555 SIL
  • 2, 4, 6, 8: great meals for couples or crowds. Rachael Ray. 641.555 RAY
  • Tyler‘s ultimate: brilliant simple food to make any time. Tyler Florence. 641.5 FLO
  • The United States of Arugula: how we became a gourmet nation. David Kamp. 641.013 KAM
  • Vegetable love. Barbara Kafka. 641.65 KAF
  • Vegetarian. 641.5636 VEG
  • The vegetarian mother’s cookbook: whole foods to nourish pregnant and breastfeeding women– and their families. Cathe Olson. 641.5636 OLS
  • Washoku: recipes from the Japanese home kitchen. Elizabeth Andoh. 641.595 AND
  • White House chef: eleven years, two presidents, one kitchen. Walter Scheib, Andrew Friedman. 642.4 SCH
  • Whole grains: every day, every way. Lorna Sass. 641.631 SAS
  • The wilderness gourmet: recipes from the wild. William Byrd, Joseph Attalia. 641.6 BYR
  • Wrestling with gravy: a life, with food. Jonathan Reynolds. 641.509 REY

FICTION

  • Assault and pepper: a Pennsylvania Dutch mystery with recipes. Tamar Myers. Mystery MYE
  • A catered murder. Isis Crawford. Large Type Fic CRA
  • Chocolate quake: a Culinary mystery with recipes. Nancy Fairbanks. Large Type Fic FAI
  • Death a l’Orange: a culinary mystery with recipes. Nancy Fairbanks. Large Type Fic FAI
  • Dine and die on the Danube Express. Peter King. Mystery KIN
  • Eat, drink and be buried: a gourmet detective mystery. Peter King. Mystery KIN
  • Eating heaven. Jennie Shortridge. Fic SHO
  • Feeding Christine. Barbara Chepaitis. Fic CHE
  • The food of love. Anthony Capella. Fic CAP
  • Grape expectations: a Pennsylvania Dutch mystery with recipes. Tamar Myers. Mystery MYE
  • Hell hath no curry: a Pennsylvania Dutch mystery with recipes. Tamar Myers. Mystery MYE
  • Last bite: a novel. Nancy Verde Barr. Fic BAR
  • The last Chinese chef. Nicole Mones. Fic MON
  • Recipes for a perfect marriage: a novel. Morag Prunty. Fic PRU
  • Takes the cake: a novel. Linda Evans Shepherd, Eva Marie Everson. Rel. Fic SHE

CHILDREN’S BOOKS

  • Kids cook 1-2-3: recipes for young chefs using only 3 ingredients. Rozanne Gold. J 641.5 GOL

SPANISH LANGUAGE / EN ESPAÑOL

  • Afrodita: cuentos, recetas y otros afrodisiacos. Isabel Allende. Spanish Lang. 868 ALL