THE CHICKEN BIBLE: Say Goodbye to Boring Chicken with 500 Recipes for Easy Dinners, Braises, Wings, Stir-Fries, and So Much More Easy Dinners, Braises, Wings, Stir-Fries, and So Much More from the amazing cooks at America’s Test Kitchen

Is perfect for all who are bored with making the same old chicken recipes.  Why not become a poultry pro in the middle of a pandemic?  This bible on everything poultry keeps the culinary innovation going.  Everybody loves chicken but sometimes you just make the same old recipes over and over.  Why not try some of the inspiring recipes including: lemony chicken and rice soup; braised chicken with leeks and saffron; Peruvian roast chicken with garlic and lime; pasta with chicken sausage, Swiss chard, and white beans; and slow-cooker spicy chipotle chicken chili.

THE NOM WAH COOKBOOK: Recipes and Stories From 100 Years at New York City’s Iconic Dim Sum Restaurant by Wilson tang with Joshua David Stein isn’t just a story of dumplings at this amazing restaurant.  It the story of a community of Chinese immigrants who who struggled, flourished, cooked, and ate with abandon in New York City It’s a journey that begins in Toishan, runs through Hong Kong, and ends up tucked into the corner of a street once called The Bloody Angle. The book has 75 easy-to-make recipes: from bao to vegetables, noodles to desserts, cakes, rice rolls, chef’s specials, dumplings, and more.  Standouts include Shanghainese soup dumplings; turnip cakes; sticky rice with Chinese sausage; garlic eggplant noodles; walnut shrimp; and shiitake mushrooms and lettuce.

Eat Cool: Good Food for Hot Days: 100 Easy, Satisfying, and Refreshing Recipes that Won’t Heat Up Your Kitchen by recipe developer/chef Vanessa Seder includes a family-friendly array of breakfasts, wholesome bowls, creative salads, small plates, main courses, great summertime desserts, hard and soft drinks, and finally sauces and pantry staples.  When it is too hot for cooking on those sultry days and nights in the summer, you might want to try: glass noodle salad with pork, cucumber, and lemongrass; raw cashew, sun-dried tomato, beet, and basic rounds; pasta with crab, herbs, and chiles; chocolate panna cotta with salty praline peanut crumble; topped off with a white grape and elderflower boozy slushie?

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