My Cookbooks

Cooking with Frank's RedHot Cayenne Pepper Sauce: Delicious Recipes That Bring the Heat

My newest cookbook, Cooking with Frank's RedHot Cayenne Pepper Sauce: Delicious Recipes That Bring the Heat is available now at Amazon in  both hardback and for the Kindle and Barnes and Noble.

                     The Everything Healthy Slow Cooker

Rachel's Cookbook

"Popular food blogger and cooking instructor Rachel Rappaport leads readers (and their slow cookers) through a world of culinary delight. Each recipe is accompanied by a full nutritional analysis so that readers can choose recipes based on calories, fat content, fiber, and more. Slow cookers are a godsend in the kitchen; when they save time and produce healthy meals, readers find they really can have it all!"

Available at and in bookstores worldwide, It is also available for the Kindle.

The Everything Whole Foods Cookbook 

Rachel's Cookbook

"From easy weeknight meals to indulgent special-occasion treats, the recipes in The Everything Whole Foods Cookbook give you the confidence you need to start cooking with whole foods every day."

Shipping out now from and available in bookstores worldwide. Also available for the Kindle.

I've Contributed Recipes to These Cookbooks:

I contributed recipes and wrote the opening chapters to The Big Book of Slow Cooker Recipes and The Big Book of Vegetarian Recipes

Good Bite's Weeknight Meals: Delicious Made Easy

"Easy everyday recipes from America's favorite food bloggers.
With mouthwatering full-color photographs from Matt Armendariz of Matt Bites and fully taste-tested recipes for any and every night, Good Bite Weeknight Meals offers inspiration and cooking wisdom to turn any dinner into a special occasion."

Available at and in book stores worldwide.

                                                  Ramps: Cooking with the Best Kept Secret of the Appalachian Trail
Ramps cookbook (one of my recipes is inside!)

"This is the only ramps-dedicated cookbook, for everyone who has ever savored this wild seasonal plant at a spring ramp festival or in a fine city restaurant and wants to bring this tasty relative of garlic and leeks into their own kitchen. Ramps have become one of the most sought-after wild-foraged plants from eastern North America, and now available overnight to any chef and home cook from coast to coast."

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