It’s Monday, Thanksgiving is Thursday and maybe you’re panicking because you promised to cook the big meal but don’t know where to start? Or maybe you’ve never cooked a turkey and want to give it a try but would like some expert reinforcement?
EPL has the books to help. Don’t rely on some unproven internet blogger, check out these expertly written cookbooks.
No time to get to the library? No problem, our electronic resources let you access cookbooks from home so you can make a last-minute side that’s sure to impress.
We also have loads of magazines and plenty of other cookbooks for sides, desserts and everything else.
Recipes for every holiday, including a killer Thanksgiving with all the sides and fixings.
This book covers how to cook a turkey, starting with breaking down the different types and how to make everything at the meal from start to finish.
From the traditional meal to vegetarian alternatives and craft and centerpiece ideas, this book covers all aspects of the fourth Thursday holiday.
This one covers everything from traditional recipes to new takes on the old standbys and regional flavors such as Cajun and Italian, this book is sure to have what you’re looking for.
This book will surely help cooks of all skill levels, whether they need a refresher or are starting from square one. It also has dessert and side recipes.
If it’s side dishes you’re after, we have that to. A good one is start with is “Smashed, mashed, boiled and baked and fried too” which contains hundreds of potato recipes.
“The Neely’ celebration cookbook down home meals for every occasion” by Patrick Neely Available via Overdrive: Everything to cook not only for Thanksgiving but also any other holiday. It also contains new takes on old classics.
“Thanksgiving” by Weldon Own via Hoopla: Over 50 recipes, both contemporary and traditional.
“Cool Thanksgiving Dinner: Beyond the Basics for Kids Who Cook” by Lisa Wagner via Hoopla: A number of kid-friendly recipes for children who like to cook and want to help out in the kitchen.