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Presents recipes celebrating the fusion of down-home comfort food and classical French cooking, including such dishes as southern-fried steak with pecan butter, chicken pot pie, panzanella salad skewers, and ambrosia ice cream bars. (Baker & Taylor)
The New York Times columnist and author of Dinner in an Instant presents 75 classic comfort food recipes adapted for slow and pressure cookers, from Spicy Turkey Meatloaf and Weeknight Chicken Parm to Pork & Bean Chili and Shepherd's Pie. (Atlas Pub.)
The book shatters the notion that vegan food is cold and soulless by showing you how to create inspired comfort foods, whether you're vegan or not. Vegan cookery expert Katy Beskow celebrates cooking for pleasure, soul and enjoyment, without having to spend hours in the kitchen. Using ingredients readily available in supermarkets, Katy's easy recipes and instructions will have you making delicious, nutritious meals time after time. (Grand Central Pub.)
The four-time boxing world champion, cooking personality and passionate health advocate shares 100 hearty and flavor-focused recipes that can be prepared around busy, demanding schedules, in a collection of personal favorites that includes Coconut Chicken Curry, The Greatest-of-All-Time Burger and Not-Your Mama's Sweet Potato Pie. (Atlas Pub.)
From moussaka, gyoza with crispy wings and ramen, to sticky toffee pudding and eggs Benedict, one of the world's best-loved television personalities brings together 100 recipes from around the world that celebrate the beauty of good food and the joy of cooking. (Atlas Pub.)
Maria Emmerich has compiled her most soul-warming, happiness-invoking recipes. The book’s more than 170 tantilizing, hearty comfort food recipes include everything from cinnamon rolls to steak fries, and from chicken cordon bleu to tiramisu cheesecake. Maria has covered all the bases, giving you the recipes and tips you need to make delicious and healthy versions of your favorite dishes. (Simon & Schuster)
The owner of a renowned Harlem comfort food restaurant offers recipes for her signature dishes including sweet potato pie, wine-braised short ribs, BBQ turkey meatloaf and deviled eggs as well as offering cooking tips and secrets passed down from her great-grandmother. (Atlas Pub.)
A Chopped judge and Next Iron Chef contestant provides 125 recipes for classic comfort foods while sharing evocative anecdotes about her relationship with her legendary cookbook editor mother Maria Guarnaschelli and her work in leading French restaurants under such chefs as Guy Savoy and Daniel Boulud. (Atlas Pub.)
Collects recipes that combine different food items to create super comfort foods, including truffled caramelized onion and ricotta pierogi, Korean pork mandu, pork belly stuffed cornbread bites, and ricotta basil stuffed french toast. (Baker & Taylor)
Presents a collection of comfort food recipes that range from popular classics to childhood favorites, including such options as turkey tetrazzini, sweet and savory ribs, jazzed-up green bean casserole, and raspberry chocolate cake.