Fall is just a few weeks away and with that comes the energy to take on new projects or cook elaborate meals for the hell of it. Nothing goes better with that renewed sense of momentum than a new cookbook, and lucky for us, this is the time of year when great new cookbooks come out on a near-weekly basis.
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Here are the 12 cookbooks most worthy of your bookshelf. The recipe: Shrimp-and-okra pancakes and charred-scallion dipping sauce Why : Because Korean-Creole crossover cooking is our new fall vibe. Here, all of those experiences blend into her shrimp-and-okra pancakes and charred-scallion dipping sauce.
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The Roots drummer avoids recipes that are overly complicated — like this dead-simple recipe from D. Talk about a one-stop potluck shop.
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Out October The recipe: Crowder pea and hominy succotash Why: Because Sean Brock still has a lot to say about southern cooking. The last two years saw chef Sean Brock leave his Husk restaurant empire, give up alcohol, and welcome his first child.
For many, it still smacks of genocide and cultural devastation. The major trend in Native American cookery these days is to reach back beyond fry bread, to culinary roots in the pre-colonial past. Since indigenous cooking traditions were passed down orally and anchored in home territories, many were lost in the cultural upheavals that accompanied resettlement of tribes from their traditional homelands to government reservations.
To recreate the culinary past, chefs today cite the need for historical research, a hands-on familiarity with local plants, and a healthy dollop of imagination.
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The food truck specializes in the original foods of the northern Great Plains. The Native American emphasis on local foods and foraging resonates with new movements favoring healthy eating. He hopes not only to educate the general public about Native cuisine, but to encourage American Indians themselves to adopt the diets of their ancestors: unprocessed, organic, local, sustainable, high-protein and low-carb meals that, frankly, all Americans would be better off eating. Corn bread, corn fritters, grits, succotash, Brunswick stew, chili, and Boston baked beans—just to name a few—all grew out of Native American food traditions.
At this time of year, the Mitsitam also offers a complete holiday take-out meal , featuring turkey with sweet red chiles, cedar-smoked West Coast salmon, or sumac-crusted bison tenderloin, wild rice cakes, blue corn bread, heritage bean salad, and pumpkin pie. For the rest of us, our annual Thanksgiving dinners—a celebration of a 17 th -century feast in which American Indians and Europeans came together—inevitably recall that brief bond in food. It can be surprisingly difficult for single young professionals to cook meals for themselves.
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