Cookbooks in The Luria Library Collection
What do you want to COOK?
Did you know…
The Luria Library catalog has a HUGE and diverse collection of COOKBOOKS.
We have books on foods from different cultures, pairing wine with food, instructional guides, antique books, as well as all the ones you’d expect loaded with recipes for anything you’re in the mood for, whether it’s a meal with southwestern flair or something sweet.
Just a few titles to whet your appetite for reading…
The Food Matters Cookbook: 500 Revolutionary Recipes For Better Living offers excellent recipes with a conscience, by Mark Bittman
Roundup Recipes, a little sweetie from 1951, by Elizabeth Webster Peplow and Ed Peplow and the Arizona Cowbelles.
There’s always room for pie! Cafe Indiana Cookbook, by Joanne Raetz Stuttgen and Jolene Phelps Ketzenberger
Santa Barbara Chef’s Table: Extraordinary Recipes From The American Riviera includes some of the best in SB (but maybe not Super Rica? which is pretty extraordinary) by James O. Fraiolo
More pie?! Why not! Fine cooking Pies & Crisps: Over 100 Sweet and Savory No-Fail Recipes
And…as we approach finals..
Remember that healthy, energy-boosting snacks and wholesome meals will be best to help you maintain concentration and keep alert.
Don’t go hungry! Check out The Healthy College Cookbook: Quick, Cheap, Easy by Alexandra Nimetz today!