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Cookbooks

  1. this thing’s incredible
    This Is the Only Blender the Owner of Sahadi’s Will Use to Make HummusAnd here’s the recipe you’ll need to make it, too.
  2. rip
    Kitchen Arts & Letters’ Nach Waxman Has DiedFor nearly 40 years, he was a go-to resource for chefs, writers, and curious home cooks
  3. recommended by experts
    The Best Vegetarian and Vegan Cookbooks, According to Vegetarian and Vegan ChefsAccording to the chefs at Dirt Candy, Butcher’s Daughter, Modern Love, and more.
  4. encounter
    Talking Papaya Salad and Scalloped Potatoes With Pepper TeigenA quick cooking lesson with Chrissy’s spice-loving mom.
  5. how i get it done
    ‘There Is No Such Thing As a Cookbook Emergency’Let Julia Turshen teach you to love home cooking, embrace community-supported agriculture, and abandon diet culture.
  6. novelties
    I Was Starting to Resent Cooking. Then I Discovered The Golden Girls Cookbook.A friend and a confidante.
  7. recommended by experts
    The Best 2020 Cookbooks to Give, According to Cookbook AuthorsFrom the ultimate guide to pie-making to one of the year’s best memoirs.
  8. gift guide
    8 Highly Giftable Cookbooks by New York ChefsRestaurants may be in flux, but cookbooks are a constant.
  9. cut covers
    Behind the Cover: Ina GartenThe Barefoot Contessa is vibing in her gardens.
  10. encounters
    Can a 12-Year-Old Convince You to Go Vegan?A delightful conversation with chef Omari McQueen.
  11. personal project
    The Way I Used to Read RecipesReturning to childhood cookbooks in isolation.
  12. grub guides
    15 Cookbooks Worth Buying Right Now, According to Cooking ExpertsA dummy’s guide to Chinese cooking, a cookbook on homey Mexican dishes, a classic from Nigella Lawson, and more.
  13. cooking
    Cookbooks We Love Right NowThe recipes that are getting us through it.
  14. holiday gifts 2019
    The Best Cookbooks to Give, Recommended by Cookbook AuthorsWith recommendations from Alison Roman, Ruth Reichl, and Brooks Headley.
  15. food art
    Meet the Illustrator Who Turns Noodle Soup Into ArtIn her first cookbook, Michele Humes takes a build-your-own-adventure approach to her favorite meal in a bowl.
  16. grub guides
    12 Recipes We Can’t Wait to Cook From This Fall’s Best New CookbooksIncluding a Korean-Creole crossover dish, soul-warming southern food, and two impressive homemade pasta recipes.
  17. cookbooks
    Samin Nosrat Is Working on Another CookbookWhat to Cook will be released via Ten Speed Press.
  18. bookshelf
    The Best Cookbooks of 2018Including another Ina Garten hit; instant classics from the world’s best restaurants; and deep dives into Persian, Korean, and Southern cuisine.
  19. openings
    A Brand-New Brooklyn Store Is Dedicated to Incredible CookbooksBrooklyn’s lizzyoung bookseller is stacked with new and old books as well as the complete archives of M.F.K Fisher.
  20. coming soon
    A New Cookbook Store Will Open in Brooklyn Next MonthA rare-book seller is behind the new Cobble Hill shop.
  21. keeping up with the royals
    Meghan Markle’s Mom Joins Celebration Lunch for Her New Charity CookbookWomen of the Hubb Community Kitchen, who are featured in Meghan’s new cookbook, helped cook coconut chicken curry, baba ganoush, and chapatis.
  22. previews
    The Grub Street Fall Cookbook PreviewThe recipes we can’t wait to make from this year’s most exciting new cookbooks.
  23. cookbooks
    Get Ready for a Snoop Dogg CookbookFrom Crook to Cook hits bookshelves on October 23.
  24. cookbook controversies
    Foraging Cookbook Pulled Because Recipes Might Be DangerousCritics said that some of the ingredients, as instructed to be used, could make people sick.
  25. made in france
    The Best French Pastry Books, According to Pastry ChefsBecause you can make macarons at home, too.
  26. rip
    The Food World Mourns the Late, Influential Cookbook Author Barbara KafkaWriters, cooks, and fans shared their remembrances.
  27. cookbooks
    Can Someone With Normal Cooking Skills Make Superiority Burgers at Home?A new cookbook offers the promise of amazing homemade veggie burgers — but is it possible for a non-chef to do them justice?
  28. the best. really.
    The Best Cookbooks for Kids, According to Chefs With ChildrenKid-friendly recipes for pasta, pizza, and more that adults will also love.
  29. encounters
    When Some Chefs Chase Trends, Fredrik Berselius Stays the CourseAska’s chef on his new cookbook, his devotion to a single restaurant, and his desire to watch a new generation of chefs make their mark.
  30. reading lists
    The Best Baking Cookbooks, According to Pastry Chefs and Professional BakersStraight from the libraries of bakers at Mah-Ze-Dahr Bakery, Café Altro Paradiso, Bien Cuit, Ovenly, and more.
  31. reading lists
    The Best French Cookbooks, According to French-Trained ChefsIncluding recommendations from chefs Eric Ripert, Daniel Boulud, Daniel Rose of Le Coucou, and more.
  32. queer eye
    Queer Eye’s Antoni Is Writing a Cookbook, in Case You Need Avocado IdeasThe book will have 100 recipes and come out in the spring of next year.
  33. in print
    Former City Bakery Salad Guru’s First Cookbook Makes You Want to Eat Your GreensIn Saladish, Rosen treats the oft-maligned category not as a necessary nutritional evil but as a way of seeing (and eating) the world.
  34. what do you want
    12 Cookbook Authors on the Cookbooks They Want for the HolidaysGift picks from Julia Sherman, Alison Roman, and more.
  35. How Nadine Redzepi Is Making a Name for HerselfA new book prizes the kind of comfort food everyone loves to eat, and cook.
  36. interviews
    How Helen Goh Became Yotam Ottolenghi’s Go-to BakerA degree in psychotherapy helped.
  37. bookshelf
    Inside Chef Wylie Dufresne’s First-Ever Cookbook, wd~50The modernist chef’s debut book is devoted to the recipes and people that made his restaurant a trailblazer.
  38. cookbooks
    A Baking Book That Celebrates the Science of Junk FoodStella Parks’s debut champions American desserts and the role advertisers and corporations have played in shaping them.
  39. summer reading
    The 14-Book Judith Jones Reading ListFrom Mastering the Art of French Cooking to The Pleasures of Cooking for One.
  40. empire building
    The Hidden Risks of Writing a CookbookThe cookbook business has a reputation for being strong and lucrative — a smart career move for any chef. The reality burns.
  41. the grub street diet
    Salad for President’s Julia Sherman Hauls Avocados Back From Los Angeles“I serve the avocados as halves, so we don’t even need plates.”
  42. cookbooks
    Which Spring Cookbook Is Right for You?Choice picks for tahini lovers, new cooks, vegetarians, and more.
  43. cookbooks
    How This Cookbook of Refugee Recipes, a Hit on Kickstarter, Came Together“Part of our mission has been to change the narrative around refugees. What better way to change the narrative than to write a new one?”
  44. books
    10 Cookbooks That Celebrate the Countries Targeted by Trump’s Travel BanSan Francisco–based Omnivore Books elaborates on its viral window display.
  45. cookbooks
    Ina Garten and Chrissy Teigen Authored the Best-selling Cookbooks of 2016J. Kenji López-Alt and Bourdain also made the top-ten list.
  46. cookbooks
    Gordon Ramsay’s 14-Year-Old Daughter Signs Cookbook DealTilly Ramsay’s book will feature 60 recipes and tips from her famous dad.
  47. How to Make Luke’s Coffee From Gilmore GirlsFor when you need coffee in an IV. 
  48. i like this bitch’s life
    I Wish I Was Married to Ina GartenI Like This Bitch’s Life: Jeffrey Garten edition.
  49. love and light
    This Woman Makes Gwyneth Paltrow Look Like Guy FieriAmanda Chantal Bacon’s cookbook was everything I hoped for and more.
  50. cookbooks
    15 New Cookbooks Worth the Money (and Precious Shelf Space)Learn how to cook Sqirl’s sorrel-pesto rice bowl, or Marcus Samuelsson’s jerk bacon.
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