Cooking in Canoe Country

Robert Black with Susan Peterson, Carmen Black and Maja Black
6 x 9, 102 pp, $19.95 pb (full color)
978-1-935666-25-7

The author, former director of the Cornell College Wilderness Team in Ely, Minnesota, has logged countless hours with students, family and friends in the Quetico and BWCAW. Here he shares his insights on camp cooking for groups who travel in the roadless border region. Recipes, tips, and photos make the book a celebration in itself.

Celebrations with Carmela's Cucina

Carmela Hobbins
8 x 8, $19.95, pb (color)
144 pages
978-1-935666-26-4

Carmela Hobbins has taught cooking classes and led tours to Italy for many years. Here she expands upon her best-selling cookbook, Carmela's Cucina , with recipes and coordinated celebratory menus from southern Italy for family gatherings and large-scale social events. Husband Bob provides insight into wine pairings.

Fancy Sips and Party Dips

complied by Nancy Lockhart
6 x 9, $ 16.95, pb
168 pp, plastic comb binding
978-1-935666-27-1

This little gem offers recipes for classic dips, hors d'oeuvres (hot and cold), and drinks, from liver pate and smoked oyster and cheese spread to Guacamole and Whisky Sour Punch.

Carmela's Cucina

Carmela Hobbins
8 x 8, $19.95, pb (color)
144 pages
978-1-935666-26-4

Carmela Tursi Hobbins developed a love of cooking as a child watching her Italian grandmothers produce the pasta, sauces, breads, and desserts that the family would enjoy during the evening meal.
In Carmela’s Cucina, she shares the finest fruits of her experience in the kitchen with us, accompanied by reminiscences that admirably convey the human warmth of cooking and eating in the company of family and friends.

 

Make It Minnesotan!
Sesquicentennial Cookbook

234 pp / $19.95 (pb)
ISBN 978-1-932472-74-5

The recipes gathered in this delightful cookbook, created to celebrate Minnesota’s 150th anniverary, come from every corner of the state. They reflect the remarkable diversity of the state’s population and the broad sweep of its history. Traditional Ojibwe dishes appear side by side with recipes for soups and stews from farmhouse kitchens, exotic nouveau appetizers, and savoury meals fit to feed a famished crowd. Ethnic specialties such as Pierogis, Tourtière, and Klub rub shoulders with dishes from Somalia, Mexico, Indonesia, shedding a fascinating light on the state’s ever-changing population. From rabbit to rhubarb, from venison to veggie burgers, there’s something here for everyone who’s interested in cooking—and eating— good food!

Wild Rice for All Seasons Cookbook

Beth Anderson
180 pages (pb) / $16.95
ISBN: 978-1-932472-26-4

This classic, now in its 14th printing, takes us beyond soup and holiday stuffing to an entire new universe of tasy dishes featuring Minnesota’s home-grown grain. More than 150,000 copies now in print.

Grow it! Eat It!

Linda Larson /Jessica Allen Johnson / Arlene Gardinier
144 pages / $19.95
1-932472-33-9


Linda Larson’s gardening book includes information about planting, harvesting and cooking a wide array of fruits and vegetables, with added sections on culinary and medicinal herbs and flowers. The volume is enhanced by brilliant photographs and lush pastel drawings of individual plants. Geared toward zones 3 and 4. Winner of the Ben Franklin Award / Best Gardening Book of 2005

Great Recipes from Someone Who Loves to Eat

Margie Zats
$16.95 (pb)
ISBN 1-932472-06-1

More than simply a cookbook, this volume reflects a lifetime spent sharing moments of pleasure with others through the medium of food. The recipes have been subtly simplified and Americanized, and they've been tested again and again on Margies's students, her catering clients, and her own family. At home Margie cooks to jazz, and these wonderful recipes convey that same exuberant emotion.

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