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Wisconsin Supper Clubs: Another Round

Ron Faiola, filmmaker and author of the hugely popular Wisconsin Supper Clubs, returns to Wisconsin's beloved world of supper clubs with profiles of 50 more family-owned establishments.

The Fly Creek Cider Mill Cookbook

Recipes, family stories, and history from one of the oldest working cider mills and orchards in New York State: The Fly Creek Cider Mill and Orchard. Easy-to-make, home cook-friendly apple- and cider-based dishes from a beloved family destination in upstate New York.

The Eli's Cheesecake Cookbook

The Eli's Cheesecake Cookbook

Celebrates the 35th anniversary of Eli's Cheesecake, the iconic dessert from Eli Schulman's landmark Chicago restaurant—Eli's The Place for Steak. With 50 recipes and entertaining anecdotes of celebrity favorites and historical events marked by Eli's signature dish, this is the go-to guide for cheesecake.

Ina's Kitchen

Ina Pinkney is a Chicago culinary icon and the beloved restaurateur known affectionately as the “Breakfast Queen.” Ina's Kitchen is part cookbook, part memoir, and features her favorite recipes that fans came to love over the years, along with with heartwarming stories from her own life.

Jewish Slow Cooker Recipes

The first paperback edition of Chef Laura Frankel's slow-cooker recipe book, beautifully repackaged and updated with a fresh, modern look. More than 120 convenient and flavorful recipes for kosher cooking, including seasonal ingredients for appetizers, soups, entrees, sides, and desserts.

New Prairie Kitchen

New Prairie Kitchen

Profiles of 25 influential chefs, farmers, and artisans who live and work in Nebraska, Iowa, and South Dakota. Featuring more than 50 seasonal recipes created by the award-winning chefs, including broad range of styles and techniques.

Charlie Trotter

Charlie Trotter

A fast-paced biography chronicling the rise of Charlie Trotter and his Chicago-based restaurant and his reign atop the city's culinary scene, as told by the Chicago Tribune journalists who were there.