The following new cookbooks are available at the New Haven Branch
of the Allen
County Public Library.
Old School Comfort Food
by Alex Guarnaschelli
The newest Iron Chef presents her versions of comfort foods, which range from the familiar (meatloaf) to the exotic (pickled grapes and prosciutto).
Southern Living Off the Eaten Path: Second Helpings by Morgan Murphy
Tour the diners of the South and try the recipes that made them famous.
Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Celebrations
by Lovella Schellenberg
Ten women who began sharing family favorites on a recipe blog in 2008 have published their second collection of recipes from the Dutch-German-Russian tradition.
Hungry Girl 200 under 200 Just Desserts
by Lisa Lillien
Desserts with fewer than 200 calories per serving? Believe it. Cakes-in-a-mug, cake pops, cheesecakes, cupcakes, brownies, whoopie pies and more.
Everyday Barbecue by Myron Mixon
Barbecue is a simple food. Dont mess it up. So says Mixon, the winningest man in BBQ. Put your grill to the test with brunch and dessert in addition to traditional burgers and steaks.
The China Study Cookbook by Leanne Campbell
Campbell promotes a plant-based diet with no added fat, and minimal sugar and salt. These vegan recipes include baked goods, breakfasts, soups, salads, sides, entrees and desserts.
Weight Watchers 50th Anniversary Cookbook
Celebrating a half-century of healthy eating, with categories from salads to entrees to desserts. Point values are listed for each recipe.