We’ve just rung in the new year, and it’s time to start thinking about those “new year, new you” resolutions. Whether you’re aiming to be healthier or just eat less take out in the coming year, we’ve got just the books to help you reach your goals!
Bobby Flay Fit
Trying to eat a more balanced diet? Celebrity chef Bobby Flay’s latest book offers up flavorful, low-calorie dishes that help you get your proteins, fruits, and veggies in.
Cook’s Illustrated All Time Best Soups
If you need something cozy to carry you through the rest of winter, Cook’s Illustrated has something for everyone looking for a warm, comforting meal on a chilly day. Offerings range from “weeknight workhorses” to a tour of contemporary and traditional cuisine.
Complete Make-Ahead Cookbook
If you come home from work most nights and decide you’re too tired to do anything but order in, take a look at the “Complete Make-Ahead Cookbook.” You, too, can make a batch of food on Sunday and eat home-cooked meals all week long!
How to Instant Pot
Were you given an Instant Pot by a well-meaning relative this holiday season, and now you have no idea what to do with it? Daniel Shumski has you covered, with instructions, tips, and over 100 fast, easy recipes that will put your new gadget to work.
Jennifer’s Way Kitchen
If you or a loved-one suffer from celiac’s disease or food allergies, actress and bakery-owner Jennifer Esposito’s latest can help you get (and keep) your diet on track. She offers “pure” and “clean” recipes for healthy eating, as well as “indulgent” ones for when you want to splurge a little!
Smitten Kitchen Every Day
If you love food, you need to be reading Deb Perelman’s blog, Smitten Kitchen. Her chatty, down-to-earth voice will convince you that she is your new best friend — your best friend who happened to bake a wedding cake in her tiny Manhattan kitchen. Her newest collection celebrates simple recipes for getting good meals together with a minimum of fuss.