There are shelves and shelves of cookbooks from all around the world in our library system.
Seriously, our libraries have Indian cookbooks, Japanese cookbooks, Lebanese cookbooks and the list goes on and on.
If you are not a really good cook like me, I would recommend that you head to the children's area. I find the instructions in the children cookbooks much more straight forward. I love children cookbooks. They are easy to follow and the recipes are pretty amazing.
|Persian food made by my Aunt Angie|
Remember folks, holiday season is upon us. Wouldn't it be nice to surprise your family and friends with some exciting foods from far away lands.
Here are a few cookbooks from all over the world at your fingertips in your local public library.
Cooking the Australian way
Portuguese homestyle cooking
Delightful Brazilian cooking
A taste of Lebanon : cooking today the Lebanese way : over 200 recipes developed and tested
And no holiday table is complete without desserts. Here are few irresistible dessert recipe books to delight your soul.
The Beekman 1802 heirloom dessert cookbook
Baking chez moi : recipes from my Paris home to your home anywhere
Bon appétit desserts the cookbook for all things sweet and wonderful
Signing off until next Monday- Panteha