Need some new recipe ideas and inspirations for your summertime cooking? Look no further! Whether you prefer to be behind the grill, or if you’d rather stay cool in the kitchen, we’ve got a variety of cookbooks in our collection — grilling, barbecuing, salads, sandwiches, and sweet treats — all perfect for summertime fun and good eating.
Now Recommending: Great Eats & Cool Treats
by Christine France — Tempting savory and sweet barbecue recipes, as well as new ideas for salads and accompaniments, salsas, dips and marinades.
by Danielle Bennett — Packed with simple recipes for casual, down-to-earth family food.
by Chris Schlesinger and John Willoughby — Demonstrating their cardinal principle: cooking your food can be as much fun as eating it!
by America’s Test Kitchen Editors — If you can eat it, you can cook it on the grill and do it better with ATK.
by Bill Kim with Chandra Ram — 80 recipes tailored for home cooks, includes suitable substitutions for hard-to-find ingredients.
by Tom Colicchio — Creates new classics like Tuna with Fennel, Black Olives, and Lemon; and elevates basic cold cuts through imaginative and tasty combinations.
from the editors of Food52 — New salad blends made substantial with vegetables, meats, grains, beans, fish, seafood, pasta, or bread.
by Michele Jordan-- Make stand-out salads & sides with over 50 recipes for sensational vinaigrettes, salad dressings, and sauces.
by Gunter Beer — Taste tempting creations to suit all occasions.
by Matt Kadey — Turn up the flavor-not the heat… with these fast and fun no-cook meals!
Be sure to check-out issues of the Allrecipes magazine — available at the library and for curbside pickup. Check out their website www.allrecipes.com for seasonal inspiration!
by Leslie Bilderback — Mouthwatering collection of shortcuts & classic techniques that help you achieve delicious results.
by Bruce Weinstein — Fill your summer days with scrumptious frozen treats and beverages!
by Nathalie Jordi, David Carrell and Joel Horowitz — Pair new ingredients, balance sweetness, and explore fruits (and vegetables and herbs!)--in simple recipes that work with standard ice pop molds or improvised ones.
by Adams Media — Featuring step-by-step instructions and nutritional data for each tasty drink, break out your blenders!
by Christine Watson — Crammed with refreshing recipes, clear and easy to follow.
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