In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re sharing cookbooks from some of the amazing chefs, bloggers, and home cooks we publish. Pick up one of these new books to support and celebrate these extraordinary ladies!
Rachel Mansfield's debut cookbook proves that you can eat the foods you crave and still feel good! Just the Good Stuff focuses on popular comfort food dishes, creatively substituting ingredients so that you have all of the delicious flavors while nourishing your body with whole foods. Though Rachel personally doesn’t adhere to a single diet or label, many recipes are Paleo-friendly, dairy-free, and gluten-free, and none include any refined sugar.
Amanda Frederickson's newest book, Simple Beautiful Food, is designed to make weekday eating easy. Using straightforward ingredients and minimal kitchen equipment, this book empowers you to spend less time shopping, cooking, and cleaning, and more time eating! Amanda also provides “choose your own adventure” riffs where one ingredient is used in many different ways, giving you greater flexibility and confidence in the kitchen.
The duo behind the popular blog, Thriving Home recently released their second cookbook, taking freezer cooking to a new level with From Freezer to Cooker. As busy moms, these two know what it's like to have to whip up dinner on the fly. With this book, you’ll learn how to prep and freeze bright, flavorful food so that you’re never more than a few minutes away from a hot, homemade meal.
Adeline Waugh's popular Instagram account @vibrantandpure is loved for its bright, colorful photography and fresh foods. Her debut cookbook of the same name takes that Instagram aesthetic and shares beautiful, healthful recipes that are as nutritious and delicious as they are photogenic. The recipes encourage you to treat your body to more boosted nutrition with bright, tasty, whole foods.
You could say Coco Morante is an Instant Pot expert. She's written five books for the Instant Pot, her newest being The Essential Diabetes Instant Pot, a collection of tasty recipes for those with diabetes, those with insulin-resistance issues such as prediabetes and PCOS, and home cooks who want to take back their health and make balanced eating easy.
You may know Charlotte Druckman from her food writing or as the creator of the popular Food-52 cookbook tournament "The Piglet." Her new book, Kitchen Remix, makes cooking simple and fun with easy-to-follow recipes and a manageable pantry section for home cooks of all skill levels. It's a flexible handbook you’ll constantly have open thanks to its 75 recipes that reimagine dinner.