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New Arrivals - Cooking, homemaking, and family

Founded in 1976 with 12 farmers in a parking lot, New York's famed Greenmarket has now grown to become the largest and most diverse network of outdoor urban farmers' markets in the country, with 54 markets and more than 230 participating family farms, bakeries, and fishermen. Celebrated chefs have long touted the produce available at these markets, sourcing ingredients for some of their best dishes. Now,The New Greenmarket Cookbook brings to life the variety, flavor, and personal connections that have made the Greenmarket a culinary destination known the world over. Following the natural cycle of a year at the market, with chapters organized by season, the book offers easy, delicious restaurant recipes from the top chefs who frequent the stands for ingredients and inspiration.

Local food traditions can blossom into regional cuisines and offer tastes and memories that last a lifetime. With some smart selections, these cuisines, made with fresh, local ingredients, can also improve your health and the health of your family. What most people don't know? Foods from your local market are an incredible bargain. Chef Charles Mattocks combines his flair for using fresh, locally grown foods with his engaging presentation to offer a budget-friendly taste of what your local farmer's market can bring to your table. Diagnosed recently with type 2 diabetes, Chef Mattocks offers tips on creating and maintaining the perfect pantry, finding fresh foods, and, most important of all, preparing and serving meals that won't break the bank. The Budget-Friendly Fresh and Local Diabetes Cookbook is the perfect collection for those who want to improve their health, take advantage of local and sustainable foods, and save money at the same time.

"The time has come for parenting to become what it was always meant to be - about the parent. Dr Shefali Tsabary details how our children can be raised as conscious adults only when we as parents allow ourselves to be raised into a higher state of consciousness"--Back cover.

Featuring recipes from many of the world's finest and most popular vegan restaurants, The HappyCow Cookbook shares the history and evolution of each restaurant, provides Q&As with the owners, and teaches you how to make some of their mouthwatering dishes.

"This grilling cookbook begins with a history of grilling meat with archeological and historical evidence of cooked meat in the context of human culture. It helps readers choose the best meat for their meal, understand where the various cuts of meat come from, and learn how to best avoid the perils of the modern food system"--Page [4] of cover.

"The paleo trend is here to stay. From Practical Paleo to Everyday Paleo to Paleo Comfort Foods , readers are clamoring for healthier, tastier recipes. And it's not just fitness enthusiasts; millions of men and women are looking for low carb, nutritious meals for weight loss and better all- around health, using natural, unprocessed ingredients that our Paleolithic ancestors ate for generations. With its emphasis on grain- free and dairy- free recipes, families with gluten or lactose intolerances also benefit from the Paleo diet. Healthy eating expert Jane Barthelemy, whose Paleo Desserts has established her as a go-to - source for easy grain- free indulgences, now turns to breakfast--one of the more difficult meals for Paleo eaters. Barthelemy's recipes are the perfect solution for special diets, such as allergen- free, celiac, diabetic, and anti- candida. What's more, the recipes- even the ones for breakfast sweets replace any refined sugar with high- quality, low- carb natural sweeteners. With 150 easy favorites like baked eggs in avocado with bacon, Paleo bread, lemon poppyseed muffins, and blueberry cobbler in a cup, all reinvented Paleo and gluten- free, these recipes are so healthy and delicious no one will ever guess they're "alternative."--Provided by publisher.

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