Cookbooks to expand your culinary tastes

T-Mag Wednesday 12/April/2023 20:54 PM
By: NewsUSA
Cookbooks to expand your culinary tastes

 The kitchen isn't just a space for cooking. It's also a space to create memories and make decisions that can positively impact your health. Whether you are a home cook or a health-conscious eater, having easy-to-follow cookbooks and recipes is a must. With Eid around the corner, check out these books that can help you on your journey to better eating and also make great gifts for all the home chefs you love.

1. The Plant Love Kitchen

Eating with a plant slant and focusing on whole foods — vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes and nuts — are key to a longer, healthier life. If you want to switch to a plant-forward diet that can improve your health, check out this easy-to-use guide by dietitian, nutritionist and food blogger Marisa Moore, R.D.N., L.D. Backed by the latest nutritional science, these 75 delicious recipes can help you reach your wellness goals.

2. Gordon Ramsay's Uncharted

If you've watched the National Geographic television series Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted, you've seen chef Gordon Ramsay travel to some of the most remote locations on Earth in search of culinary inspiration. In this beautifully illustrated book, you can experience his journey through 60 mouthwatering recipes that reveal insights into the cultures and foodways of destinations from Peru to Louisiana.

3. The Official Disney Parks Cookbook

Bring the magic of Disney Parks and Resorts straight to your kitchen! This book of official Disney recipes is the perfect ingredient for sharing similar food, love and laughter with friends and family at home. Written by Pam Brandon, who has worked closely with the Disney chefs for 25 years, this cookbook can help you serve up 101 tried-and-true recipes, tested by real home chefs that are just right for prepping on a smaller scale in home kitchens.

4. Eating From Our Roots

Maya Feller, a Registered Dietician Nutritionist, combines practical and research-backed wisdom and bold, bright flavors in Eating From Our Roots, a collection of recipes from around the globe. You'll find recipes like the filling pork-and-egg-topped Filipino breakfast called Tocilog and a warm and comforting Moroccan-inspired Berbere-Spiced Chickpea Stew.

5. Desi Kitchen
Desi Kitchen by Sarah Woods is a culinary roadmap of the diaspora of the Indian subcontinent in Britain today. From the Pakistani community of Glasgow to the Nepalese community of Kent and everywhere in between, the book explores how communities from different regions have blended their food and culture to create a cuisine that is distinct, special and diverse.

6. The Ramadan Cookbook

Discover 80 delicious recipes perfect for Ramadan, Eid and celebrating throughout the year from perfect predawn meals for Suhoor, to hearty and satisfying meals for Iftar. It has been written by  by Anisa Karolia.