Short Stack Edition Cookbooks

Short Stack Edition Cookbooks

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Peaches by Beth Lipton

Peaches have a Golden retriever-esque likeability that makes them a staple of our summer cooking. But beyond the sweet, familiar peach pies and cobblers is a far more complex, versatile ingredient than we ever imagined. From delicate ceviche to a piquant Bloody Mary riff, Beth Lipton coaxes new potential out of these delightful stone fruits.

About The Author

Beth Lipton is the food director for Health magazine, where she writes, edits and develops recipes. Her writing has appeared in print and online for publications including PeopleTravel + Leisure and Time, and her first cookbook, You Made That Dessert?, was released in 2009. Beth has cooked for restaurants, hotels and caterers in New York, Los Angeles and Philadelphia. She also works as a health coach.

Eggs by Ian Knauer

Eggs are the superheroes of our refrigerators, just as essential at breakfast as they are at dessert. The recipes in this Short Stack collection offer creative takes on iconic egg dishes, as well as less familiar preparations that are poised to become favorites.

About The Author

Ian was a food editor at Gourmet magazine for nearly a decade, where he developed and tested innumerable recipes for the publication. His first cookbook, The Farm: Rustic Recipes for a Year of Incredible Food, was nominated for an IACP cookbook award, and Ian’s new PBS show, The Farm, brings education and teaching back to food TV by following locally sourced ingredients from the field to the dinner table. When he is not in a kitchen, Ian is hunting, fishing and foraging for his dinner.

Butter by Dorie Greenspan

Beloved cookbook author Dorie Greenspan gives us a spread of recipes with classic French roots that remind us why butter is the reigning champion in our kitchens. From delicious pastries to succulent béarnaise-coated steak au poivre, this rich edition will lead to the kind of comforting, delicious meals we all crave.

About the Author 

Inducted into the James Beard Foundation’s “Who’s Who of Food and Beverage in America,” Dorie Greenspan is an award-winning cookbook author. Two of her books, Around My French Table and Baking Chez Moi, were New York Times Bestsellers. Her newest book, born in 2016, is Dorie’s Cookies. Dorie divides her time—her cooking, eating and drinking, too—between New York City and Paris.

Honey by Rebekah Peppler

Term of endearment. Tea-time staple. Honey may be ubiquitous, but it is also misunderstood. This Short Stack edition goes deep into the hive, unlocking this ancient ingredient's vast potential. From cocktails to popcorn, caramel to pickles, these recipes bolster honey's rightful place as a pantry essential.

About The Author

Rebekah Peppler is a Brooklyn-based writer, editor, food stylist and recipe developer. From 2011 to 2013, she was the food editor of TastingTable.com, where she developed, tested and styled recipes for the email- and web-based epicurean publication. Her clients include various online, print and television outlets including The New York TimesBon AppetitReal Simple, Food Network and Cooking Channel.

Soft Cover, 48 pages, 4.5 inches x 7.5 inches

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