Feb 102013
 

Update: 2/11/13 Now free in the Kindle store.

1,001 Best Hot and Spicy Recipes ($9.99 Kindle), by Dave DeWitt, is free from Barnes & Noble, courtesy of publisher Agate Surrey. Although I expect this to be free on Kindle (most likely tomorrow), I’m picking up the Nook edition, just in case, since it can be read on any tablet, as well as the PC or a Nook device.

Book Description
The latest addition to Agate Surrey’s beloved 1001 series of cookbooks is its hottest ever. The largest and most comprehensive cookbook ever published on this subject, 1001 Best Hot and Spicy Recipes is composed of the very best dishes from author Dave DeWitt’s collection of chili pepper–laden recipes. Created from his globe-trotting travels, from colleagues, and from research in authentic, obscure, and out-of-print cookbooks from all over the world, the book is loaded with a huge variety of soups, stews, chilies, and gumbos. It also includes a broad selection of barbecue dishes for the grill, a lengthy list of meatless entrees and vegetable options, and even a surprising array of zesty beverages, desserts, and breakfasts. Recipes are organized according to the region from which the chili peppers come: South and Central America, Mexico, the Caribbean, the United States, Europe, the Mediterranean and Middle East, Africa, the Indian subcontinent, and Asia and the Pacific. A treasury of the very best the world has to offer of great spicy foods, no serious cook should be without this jam-packed trove.

Get the free ebook from Barnes & Noble.

 Posted by on February 10, 2013 at 9:46 PM

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