THE VEGAN 8
Veganism is definitely on the rise with a number of people changing their diets to this lifestyle for all of their meals or incorporating it into a few meals each week. It's also good to be mindful of those that eat this way when you're selecting restaurants or meals that you make at home for those that adhere to this diet.
Brandi Doming, a popular blogger, became a vegan after her husband had health issues. Her focus on overhauling her family to this food method led to this book which focuses on recipes and ingredients that are simple, family friendly, plant based and dairy free (most are oil-free, Dairy-free, gluten-free and nut-free - when they're not, Brandi provides alternatives).
In addition, the 100 recipes in this book have 8 or fewer ingredients (not including items such as salt, pepper and water)! Meals span from breakfast to dessert.
The Editors of Extra Crispy
We've all heard that Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Now in Breafast: The Most Important Book About the Best Meal of the Day, the editors of Extra Crispy drive this point home in their new book about this meal. Throughtout the book, they focus on breakfast as well as brunch.
In addition to having recipes (obviously), there are a number of stories, how-tos as well as hearing new ingredients and secrets to some of your favorite breakfast items for some of your faves such as Entenmann’s Cake Doughnuts and Taco Bell Crunchwraps - to make at home!
In addition, they go into the origins of a number of breakfast stories, such as scrapple and share how you can brew barista quality drinks from the comfort of your studio or loft! This breakfast educational tool includes 100 photos, illustrations and craveable items.
Stephen King takes us to his beloved town of Castle Rock, Maine with a tale about a man with mysterious issues who ultimately brings a small town together even though there are differences within those that live there.
This riveting, eerie and moving story centers around Scott Carey who has been losing weight over time, but he doesn't look different. Whether he is in his clothes or out, he weighs the same. He doesn't know what to do, but reaches out to his trusted doctor, Bob Ellis.
In addition to his issues, he lives next door to a lesbian couple who wish to open a restaurant. Although he has an issue with their dog leaving his business on his lawn, he finds the town's reaction to them and their business upsetting and wants to help this couple. His interest and unlikely alliance with the couple as well as his strange condition begin to create a scenario where despite the town's issues, they begin to come together and get past the worst parts of themselves to create social progress.