In a Small Kitchen, by Cara Eisenpress and Phoebe Lapine.
Subtitled "100 years of cooking in the real world." Cara and Phoebe are two young, beautiful women whipping up beautiful food. Hope they can feed teenagers.
The Big Book of Potluck, by Maryana Vollstedt. This one definitely has a Feeding My Ohana feel to it. "Good Food--and lots of it. For parties, gatherings and all occasions." I like it already.
The PDQ Vegetarian Cookbook, by Donna Klein. "More than 240 healthy and easy no-prep recipes for busy cooks." After cow-week, this is definitely promising.
Brunch!, by Gale Gand. I love this book and have borrowed it a few times now. I may even buy it. There is a recipe for homemade pork sausage I've been wanting to try.
Ancient Grains for Modern Meals, by Maria Speck. Besides quinoa, it's time to start exploring beyond rice.
FoodMadeFast--Asian, from Williams-Sonoma. I've found that the W/S cookbooks give a good basic ingredient list for subtly-flavored dishes. I line up all the ingredients, and then pump up the spices.
Asian, also from Williams-Sonoma. Same as above. This is probably the least interesting, because it has some very basic recipes. I'm looking through it for technique improvements or fine-tuning favorites like potstickers, stir-fries and pho. A coconut curry soup also sounds promising.
Barefoot Contessa Family Style, by Ina Garten. I have always loved the Barefoot Contessa. The subtitle to this one is "Easy ideas and recipes that make everyone feel like family." Exactly up Feeding My Ohana's alley.
All readily available at Amazon, but much cheaper at the library. Eat Well. Be Well.