Salty, Sweet and Oh So Good!
Featured Collection November 2011
So, the smoke detector goes off every time you make dinner. Warm up your culinary skills and learn to cook like a master chef with Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh's collection of cookbooks and videos. Your stomach (and the fire department) will thank you!
It's never too early to start fooling around with food. So check out these cookbooks to discover lots of creative and healthy options for easy meals and fun snacks. Then, while you're enjoying a bite to eat, read about the fascinating history of how recipes were developed, learn about how gardens grow or share a story that centers on special treats like apple pie---or other, ickier, options.
Check out these cookbooks to find new meal ideas for a great breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner.
Judging by the volume of cookbooks on the subject, the food trend of the year may be pies! See if any of these offerings will motivate you to dust off your rolling pin and start baking.
You can make wonderful pastries, cakes, cookies, and other special treats at home with the help of these cookbooks.
"There is no love sincerer than the love of food".
-- George Bernard Shaw.
Food, glorious food! From snacking to feasting, food plays a huge role in our lives. From fiction to non-fiction, these books all have one thing in common--they're food-centric.
If this is the first time you've cooked a turkey or hosted Thanksgiving, there are plenty of books and online resources to help you emerge from the ordeal with flying colors. For those of you who are old hands at cooking, here are some resources to help you decide whether you want the "traditional" Thanksgiving this year, or something exciting and different!