— Barbecue by John Shelton Reed, a Savor the South cookbook. The author hopes to preserve the South’s barbecue traditions by providing the home cook with fifty-one recipes for many classic varieties of barbecue and for the side dishes, breads, and desserts that usually go with it. The University of North Carolina Press. $20.
— Mi Comida Latina by Marcella Kriebal. An artsy cookbook featuring more than 100 authentic recipes collected from home kitchens across Latin America. Discovered as a successful self-published Kickstarter project, Mi Comida Latina captures the warmth and depth of culinary traditions in Mexico, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia and Puerto Rico. Burgess Lea Press. $30.
— The Farmette Cookbook: Recipes and Adventures from my Life on an Irish Farm by Imen McDonnell.The book is the culmination of the author’s experiences, recipe research and testing over the past decade on her husband’s family farm. From savory pies to succulent roasts, she puts her own twist on family and regional recipes. Roost Books. $35.
— The I Quit Sugar Cookbook by Sara Wilson.The author offers inventive, go-to dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. With 306 satisfying recipes for one-pan wonders, grain-free breakfasts, leftover makeovers, smoothie bowls, and more, this comprehensive cookbook makes living sugar-free easy, sustainable, and delicious. Clarkson Potter. $27.50
— Baby Nosh by Jennifer Brown and Tanya R. Loewen. One of the first books on the market to offer recipes for babies and toddlers that address the growing problem of babies with food allergies, sensitivities or digestive problems. Good Books. $17.99.
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