Truth be told, I thought “Coconut Lagoon” was going to be a Thai cuisine cookbook.…
Keep cool this summer and make your own ice creams and sweet treats fitting for the hottest days. Chow and Alex Mezger have debuted a new cookbook, “Jude’s Ice Cream and Desserts”, and it’s about to be our ice cream-making Bible for 2019.
Whether you have Celiacs, are avoiding gluten or often cook for someone that is, Gluten Free, Naturally is a new, beautiful cookbook we love.
We love the flavors of Middle Eastern recipes. In celebration of Rawai Bishara’s new cookbook Levant: New Middle Eastern Cooking from Tanoreen, we have rounded up some of our favorite Middle Eastern breakfast ideas from the book.
Jonah Miller and Nate Adler’s new cookbook, The New Spanish: Bites, Feasts, and Drinks, is not pages of your usual recipes for sangria and the boring tapas. Dive into it’s colorful pages and discover new Spanish words, dishes and flavors that must be tried.
If you’ve dined out in Los Angeles you know how colorful, fresh and innovative the food can be. Thanks to some great chefs and dedicated farmers combined with an ideal agriculture climate, there are some stunning plates coming out of L.A. kitchens. Make those same famed dishes in your own home thanks to the new L.A. Cookbook.
Honest Cooking contributor, Veronica Lavenia, is out with her newest cookbook that focuses on natural, simple Italian cooking that ignores food fads and makes delicious, simplified meals with less ingredeints and fewer steps.
Wouldn’t it be nice if a spur of the moment trip to the grocery store to get ingredeints for dinner didn’t take an hour to plan, write a list and wander through the aisles looking for everything? There’s a solution! Check out this book where all recipes can be made with five ingredeints or less.
The gastronomic history of each country has its roots in a past that has shaped the culinary and cultural developments that have occurred in that land up to now.
From the bookworm who loves to gaze at food and read about its history to the avid home cook, here are just a few of our favorite cookbooks of 2016 that are perfect for holiday gifts. This year saw a delicious trend, international cooking.
There’s nothing quite like the smell of warm, baking gingerbread cookies or the nostalgia most of us feel when looking at a decorative gingerbread house. Check out these tips to perfecting your holiday gingerbread.
Tis the season of soup. Dive into Betty Rosbottom’s new cookbook debuting the hottest soups of the year and of all time with fresh salad ideas and sandwiches to match the hot or cold bowls.
Cooking and eating can taste good and feel good to your body. Check out this new cookbook and try out a perfectly easy soup for the end of winter.
Add two stellar cookbooks to your collection by Italian author Veronica Lavenia. From beautifully rustic cakes to creating the classic panini, this is Italian cuisine at its finest.
Often the final notes of a meal, desserts are the perfect opportunity to leave your guests in awe of your sweet genius. Discover traditional and new unique pastries and more to try from around the world.
A beautiful gift or addition to a baker’s bookshelf, this French cookbook simplifies classic recipes and inspires modern sweet with traditional methods. Each recipe can accomplished in a home kitchen.
Australian-Vietnamese chef, Luke Nguyen, traveled to France to discover the source of much of Vietnamese cuisine. He left with enough knowledge to write a beautiful travel cookbook that takes us on an edible journey.
Looking for a bite of Nordic cuisine that is more approachable than the fine dining plates often showcased? This is your ticket. Discover traditional ingredients and recipes of Scandinavia.
Gnocchi shows off a rich red color with an earthy but intense beet flavor and delicate texture. Enter to win a copy of Jenn Louis’ Pasta By Hand cookbook.
Featuring over 60 pasta recipes, mapped out by regions, this is your chance to win a copy of Jenn Louis’ cookbook Pasta By Hand. A perfect gift for the holidays, its pages are bursting with comfort food, no gadgets needed.
Featuring 50 vintage cake recipes, this is your chance to win a copy of Jocelyn Delk Adams’ brand new cookbook. With plenty of Southern charm, the publication is a sweet tooth’s dream.
Farm-to-table. All-natural. Organic. All buzzwords being thrown around by restaurants and cooks these days, but even they might still be missing the point. Many parts of vegetables like their leaves or roots aren’t being used to their full potential; reserved for the compost pile. Its time for things to change. Every single part of the vegetable is usable and edible, and can transform any dish. It’s a celebration of using whole vegetables in day-to-day cookery. Come take a new look at some old friends.
Well-known blogger Lesley Tèllez’s new cookbook, “Eat Mexico,” is a love letter to authentic Mexican street food. It gives readers a glimpse of food that isn’t stylized, but raw and bursting with local flavor. “Eat Mexico” is your roadmap to fresh, authentic Mexican street food that you can make in your own kitchen.
Famed French baker Éric Kayser has launched his new book, “The Larousse Book of Bread.” Meant for the home baker, the book breaks down different techniques and recipes to enjoy in the comfort of your own kitchen. Now you can feel like you’re deep in the heart of France, without actually going there.
From Ronny Emborg’s cookbook, ‘The Sensory Kitchen’, a style where all senses comes to use and showing the highest level of gastronomic wizardry achieved in a modern kitchen.
A delicious gluten free pumpkin pie oatmeal parfait from Amie Valpone’s new e-cookbook, The Healthy Apple Holiday Cookbook.
Spicie Foodie Nancy Lopez-McHugh chats with Faith Gorsky about her new cookbook, An Edible Mosaic: Middle Eastern Fare with Extraordinary Flair.
It is perhaps surprising that while most independent bookshops are struggling, Books for Cooks – a bookshop dedicated to cooking is thriving.