The Farmette Cookbook ($35, 361pgs.) by Imen McDonnell is the cookbook that was inspired by McDonnell’s journey from broadcast producer to a farmer’s wife in Ireland. The recipes, like the Tater Tot Shepherd’s Pie are collaboration of traditional Irish meals with an American Twist.
The Low-FODMAP Cookbook ($22.99, 188 pgs.) by Diane Benjamin shares 100 recipes for individuals suffering with digestive difficulties. FODMAPs are carbohydrates that are not properly absorbed in the small intestine by people suffering from illnesses such as IBS, Crohn’s Disease or Colitis. The Low-FODMAP Cookbook eating plans detailing what to avoid and recipes for all times of the day.
Eating Clean ($25.00, 392 pgs.) by Amie Valpone breaks down a 21-day plan to detox the body. After endless doctors were unable to determine the root of her symptoms, Valpone took matters into her own hands and detoxed her body, removing any processed or non-organic foods from her diet.
200 Best Sheet Pan Meals ($27.95, 248 pgs.) by Camilla Saulsbury is for shoppers looking for quick and easy meals. Whether it’s time for breakfast or dessert, Saulsbury has developed 200 easy meals to quickly pop right into the oven without skimping on the flavor! The book even offers several meatless meals for vegetarians!
Joel MacCharles and Dana Harrison wanted to create a cookbook that served all beginners and experts in preserving and they did just that. Batch ($35, 352 pgs.) isn’t just about making jams. Batch details seven different preserving styles including waterbath canning, dehydration, salting and much more. Batch teaches readers how to get the most out of the ingredients in their kitchen.