One of The New York Times 13 Best Cookbooks of Fall 2019
Treat yourself to a year of home cooking with the help of Meike Peters, author of the 2017 James Beard Award-winning book Eat in My Kitchen.
Every home cook faces the same conundrum--what should I make today? Find a delicious answer to that question every day of the year with Meike Peters, author of the James Beard Award-winning book Eat in My Kitchen and the popular blog of the same name. These 365 new recipes are designed to complement the rhythm of your week, from quick, creative weeknight pasta dinners and colorful salads to fragrant, long-simmering weekend stews and cozy cakes. Try the Winter Caprese with Blood Orange, Beet, and Mozzarella; Riesling Mussels with Grapes and Tarragon; Raclette and Onion Spaetzle; and Tahini-Date Cake. Featuring the author's signature style of cooking, rooted in German and Mediterranean flavors and making the best of each season's lush produce, this new home-cooking bible will inspire you in the kitchen the whole year and beyond.
About the Author
MEIKE PETERS won a James Beard Award for her first cookbook, Eat in My Kitchen, in 2017. She is a food and travel writer who started her food blog of the same name in 2013. She lives in Berlin and Malta.
One of The New York Times 13 Best Cookbooks of Fall 2019
"To live a year in Meike Peters’s life! In 365, Ms. Peters, who won a James Beard award for her 2016 book, Eat in My Kitchen, offers a meal for every night from January to December. The recipes are largely European in focus (Ms. Peters lives in Berlin and Malta), skew seasonal and, rare for a cookbook, tend to serve two. There’s some repetition, but isn’t that real life, where sometimes you’re eating alone, or making variations on a favorite dish? Weekends are earmarked for more time-consuming recipes: cakes and tarts, cookies and jam. Dinner, they’re not. But sustenance for the week ahead? Definitely." —Krysten Chambrot, The New York Times
"A fantastic collection of delicious and easy-to-make recipes.“ —Country & Town House Magazine
"Peters' recipes are flavorsome, wholesome and deceptively simple.“ —Town & Country Magazine
''Inspiration to get even the most jaded cook back in the kitchen.'' —Independent
"If you want to change how you cook—to learn new tricks—I heartily recommend 365. You may find some of her combinations challenging, but your everyday cooking will never be the same. Hey, life’s short; it’s time to try dates in your meatloaf!" —Christopher Kimball, Milk Street "With a recipe for each day of the year, you’ll never run out of inspiration here. Running through the entire calendar year, beginning in January, 365 concentrates on seasonal availability… Her recipes have a unique European and Maltese spin, filled with vibrant color and flavor.“
"365 is filled with a year’s worth of recipes and stunning photography. Meike’s goal is to take the pressure off cooks and bakers with seasonal recipes that are approachable and provide variety.“ —Eat Your Books "Every home cook faces the dilemma of trying to work out what to cook tonight. Thankfully, Meike Peters has made life a little more simple with her cookbook of 365 recipes for every day of the year. It's a genius idea, and not only that, but the book is packed with mouthwatering ideas that we can't wait to cook.“ —House & Garden Magazine
"The book offers tons of ideas and suggestions for quick, creative weeknight dinners; for colorful salads; for long-simmering weekend stews; and for delicious desserts.“ —Epicurus
"After cooking from Peters’ 365 I’m reminded that everything about cooking—from being in the kitchen, choosing ingredients, consulting recipes, singing along to the radio — is all about enjoying… Peters’ reminds us that each and every day of the year is about celebrating mealtime.“ —Shipshape Eatworthy
"Her first book, Eat in My Kitchen, was a sensation. This volume is better and bigger.“ —Cooking by the Book
"Don’t be surprised if this roast butternut squash with feta and pistachios (recipe no. 302 in 365) steals everyone’s attention from everything else on the table. It’s hard not to be completely smitten with the sophisticated edge that a sprinkling of pistachios along with some baked feta and a drizzle of cumin oil lends these comfortingly familiar roast squash wedges.“ —Leite’s Culinaria
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New Hope for American Art
New Hope for American Art is the most comprehensive book ever published on artists from, and surrounding, the New Hope Art Colony (also known as the Pennsylvania Impressionists). This book, with its 612 pages and over 1,000 color plates of artwork include biographies of 165 individual Pennsylvania Impressionists and New Hope Modernists as well as artists from the Philadelphia Ten, a pioneering group of women all educated at Philadelphia art schools.
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