A Cookbook for Every Palate: New Cookbooks at Your Library!

We here at Milwaukee Public Library know that with a diverse population comes a wonderful variety of personal tastes, especially when it comes to food. And whether you eat Paleo, Vegan, Gluten-Free, or love Nutella so much you want to marry it and raise little hazelnut-chocolate babies, we've got new cookbooks for your tastes and dietary needs. Here's just a little taste of the fabulous new cookbooks you'll be able to find at your local library:


Nosh on This: Gluten-Free Baking from a Jewish-American Kitchen
Just because you've got a gluten-sensitivity doesn't mean you should go without your matzo or sufganiyah. This book is chock-full of great recipes that will have you Challah for more.


Bake and Destroy: Good Food for Bad Vegans
Natalie Slater proves that nothing is more punk rock than humane eating in her excellent cookbook Bake and Destroy. Recipes like the Samoa Joe Cupcakes (inspired in part by the namesake Girl Scout Cookie) are bound to please even the toughest audience (like the also namesake 280-pound professional wrestler).


30 Nutella recipes
This all-dessert recipe book thankfully doesn't try anything too crazy with the beloved condiment like Nutella tacos or a Nutella burger. Though the Nutella faithful might now just try that on their own. For those of you married to or who regularly associate with the Nutella nuts, I apologize now for giving them that idea.


Quick and Easy Paleo Comfort Foods
So you've jumped on the Paleo wagon, but you've been missing your old favorites like Blueberry muffins, fried chicken tenders, and shepherd's pie? Well Julie and Charles Mayfield have your solution in this book, showing you exactly how to prepare those treats and not fail at your stone-age inspired diet.

Tim @ Central




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