The Immigrant Cookbook

  • $35.00

In 1910, the real Miss Lily Todd became the first woman in the world to build and design an airplane. She did it even though the odds were against her every step of the way and then, she disappeared into history. This is our story for Lily, to celebrate her courage and determination, and to inspire all those who dare to dream. The book is based on the Student Academy® Award-winning short, animated feature Miss Todd.

  • Hardcover with jacket
  • 10.75"H x 9.5"W
  • 48 pages
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    Recipes That Make America Great

    Since its beginnings, America has been a haven for people seeking refuge from political or economic troubles, or simply those in search of adventure and prosperity in a land where opportunity is promised to all. These émigrés, from every corner of the world, helped make America great long before the 2016 election.

    Along with their hopes and dreams, they brought valuable gifts: recipes from their homelands that transformed the way America eats. What would the Southwest be without its piquant green chili pepper sauces and stews, New York City without its iconic Jewish delis, Dearborn without its Arab eateries, or Louisiana without the Creole and Cajun flavors of its signature gumbos and jambalayas? Imagine an America without pizza or pad Thai, hummus or hot dogs, sushi or strudel—for most people, it wouldn’t taste much like America at all.

    In these times of troubling anti-immigrant rhetoric, The Immigrant Cookbook: Recipes that Make America Great offers a culinary celebration of the many ethnic groups that have contributed to America’s vibrant food culture. This beautifully photographed cookbook features appetizers, soups, salads, entrees, desserts, and side dishes—some familiar favorites, some likely to be new encounters—by renowned immigrant chefs from Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean, the Middle East, Europe, and Australia.

    • Hardcover
    • 7-1/2" x 10"
    • 224 pages


    Aarón Sánchez • Alicia Maher • Ana Patuleia Ortins • Ana Sofía Peláez • Ana Sortun • Anita Jaisinghani • Anita Lo • April Bloomfield • Ariane Daguin • Barbara Abdeni Massaad • Bonnie Morales • Brenda Abdelall • Cara Stadler • Carla Capalbo • Cathal Armstrong • Charles Phan • Claus Meyer • Cristina Martinez • Curtis Stone • Dalia Mortada • Daniel Boulud • David SooHoo • Didem Hosgel • Dominique Ansel • Einat Admony • Ejhadji Cisse and Cheikh Cisse • Emma Bengtsson • Enrique Olvera • Hanif Sadr • Hari Nayak • Ignacio Mattos • Ingrid Hoffmann • Ivan Garcia • Jesus Delgado • Joan Nathan • Joanne Chang • John Sugimura • José Andrés • Josh Ku and Trigg Brown • Katrina Jazayeri • Laila El-Haddad • Lauryn Chun • Leela Punyaratabandhu • Lina Fat • Marco Canora • Maria Loi • Markus Glocker • Martin Yan • Mei Chau • Monica Meehan • Mourad Lahlou • Moussa Doualeh • Nadia Hassani • Nadia Hubbi and Deana Kabakibi • Naji Boustany • Najmieh Batmanglij • Nick Balla • Nina Compton • Pat Tanumihardja • Paulina Farro • Rawia Bishara • Reem Assil • Ron Duprat • Roni Mazumdar • Ryan Lachaine • Salma Hage • Samantha Seneviratne • Serge Madikians • Sheldon Simeon • Thomas Kim • Tsiona Bellete • Tunde Wey • Zareen Khan • Zarela Martinez • Ziggy Marley


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