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Virtual displays featuring eBooks from UNO Libraries.

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Eat Your Heart Out

By, Hannah Wilkes

Whether you're looking to explore world cuisines, make quick meals, or plan the ultimate tailgate party... there's a cookbook for you! Take some time to explore new cuisines, recreate family favorites, or just drool over those glossy photos.

In this display:

  • N.A. (2017). Lunch on the go: over 60 inspired ideas for DIY lunches. Ryland Peters & Small

  • Castle, S. (2016). The Southern living community cookbook: celebrating food and fellowship in the American South. TI Inc. Books.

  • Chin, K. (2016). Katie Chin's everyday Chinese cookbook: 101 delicious recipes from my mother's kitchen. Tuttle Publishing.

  • Foskett, D., Paskins, P., & Rippington, N. (2019). Practical cookery 14th edition. Hodder Education Group.

  • Kawasumi, K. (2021). Sushi party: kawaii sushi made easy! Tuttle Publishing.

  • Landolphi, R. (2011). Quick-fix gluten freeAndrews McMeel Publishing. 

  • Luu, U. (2021). Vietnamese: Simple Vietnamese food to cook at home. Hardie Grant Books (UK).

  • Ritchie, T. (2012). The pressure cooker cookbook: homemade meals in minutes. Weldon Owen, Incorporated.

  • Rodgers, R. (2014). Comfort food: Recipes for classic dishes and more. Weldon Owen, Incorporated.

  • Sanmugam, D. (2013). Indian favourites: Periplus mini cookbooks, Tuttle Publishing.

  • Schaeffer, A. (2021). Tailgating done right cookbook: 150 recipes for a winning game day. Fox Chapel Publishing.

  • Stynes, Y. (2018). The zero f*cks cookbook: best food least effort. Hardie Grant Books.

  • Theodore, L. (2020). Jazzy vegetarian's deliciously vegan: plant-powered recipes for the modern, mindful kitchen. Scribe Publishing Company.

  • Williams Sonoma (2018). Around the world cookbook: delicious dishes from across the globe. Weldon Owen, Incorporated.