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Bookmarks: Recently released cookbooks

Published: Tuesday, Aug. 21 2012 2:47 p.m. MDT

Here are some cookbooks and books about health topics that have crossed our desks recently.

HARDBACK

"AMERICAN GROWN: The Story of the White House Kitchen Garden and Gardens Across America," by Michelle Obama, Grown Publishers, $30, 271 pages

First Lady Michelle Obama hopes to promote a healthier nation by giving readers a look at the White House Kitchen Garden. The book provides a detailed look the garden — from planting and harvest — and then to the kitchen table by providing seasonal recipes and highlights. Obama also writes about community and school gardens she has visited throughout the country.

"EAT YOUR VEGETABLES," by Arthur Potts Dawson, Octopus Publishing, $29.99, 304 pages

Eating more vegetables shouldn't be difficult as Arthur Potts Dawson includes more than 250 recipes that incorporate vegetables — and he has about 50 of them that are in his cookbooks. It includes classics, basics, fast-food dishes and show-off dishes that simply show how to use vegetables more in daily eating.

More cookbooks recently released:

"THE FIRE ISLAND COOKBOOK," by Mike DeSimone and Jeff Jenssen, Emily Bestler Books/Atria, $30, 170 pages

This summer cookbook features both elaborate and simple meal plans and recipes utilizing seasonal ingredients.

"THE FARM: Rustic Recipes for a Year of Incredible Food," by Ian Knauer, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, $30, 256 pages

This food writer uses his family, generations-old farm as the inspiration for these 150 recipes that are seasonal, inventive, thrifty and rustic. It also includes a chapter on canning and preserving.

"GOURMET WEEKDAY: All-Time Favorite Recipes," Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, $20, 192 pages

"Gourmet Weekday" offers a compilation of more than 100 of Gourmet magazine's best weekday recipes, including simple dishes for family dinners and easy entertaining.

"GOURMET ITALIAN: All-Time Favorite Recipes," Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, $20, 192 pages

"Gourmet Italian" features more than 100 of Gourmet magazine's best Italian recipes, including manicotti, pasta and other classic favorites.

"I LOVE CORN," by Lisa Skye, Andrews McMeel Publishing, $19.99, 160 pages

This one includes recipes for dishes that all include corn by a variety of chefs and for any time of the day, from breakfast to sweets.

"LEVI ROOTS: Food for Friends," by Levi Roots, Octopus Publishing, $19.99, 203 pages

More than 100 recipes from this chef with Caribbean roots includes instructions on how to spice up each main dish, picnic dish or family dinner.

"THE BACK IN THE SWING COOKBOOK: Recipes for Eating and Living Well Every Day After Breast Cancer," by Barbara C. Unell and Judith Fertig, Andrews McMeel Publishing, $29.99, 252 pages

Using ingredients specifically for breast cancer survivors, this cookbook includes 150 recipes.

"JAPANESE FARM FOOD," by Nancy Singleton Hachisu, Andrews McMeel Publishing, $35, 400 pages (available Sept. 4)

With 23 years of experience living, cooking and sometimes farming in Japan, Nancy Singleton Hachisu shares about the native foods and recipes that would be useful to those looking for accesible Japanese dishes.

PAPERBACK

"BEST OF THE BLACK POT: Must-Have Dutch Oven Favorites," by Mark Hansen, Hobble Creek Press, $16.99, 256 pages

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