Fall 2019 Cookbooks

It's that time again: fall cookbook are here! What will you check out?

WORLD CUISINE

Sababa and Shuk will bring Israeli food into your home and your belly. The Gaijin Cookbook is all about an "outsider's" survey of favorite Japanese cuisine. Maangchi's Big Book of Korean Cooking includes traditional and uncommon Korean recipes. Alpine Cooking takes you to the top of Europe's mountains. 




SWEET TREATS AND BAKING

Looking for some Pastry Love? What about Delish Insane Sweets or Hello, Cookie Dough to satisfy your sweet tooth? Living Bread is all about artisan bread making. 



COMFORT FOOD 

Learn how to Cook Like A Local with seasonal ingredients. Maybe we all need an entire cookbook on Lasagna. Try The New Orleans Kitchen to bring some NOLA into your belly. Half Baked Harvest Super Simple offers instant, overnight and meal-prepped comfort foods. Two Peas & Their Pod Cookbook has everyday favorites. Elevate your chicken game with Food52 Dynamite Chicken





CELEBRITIES EAT, TOO

Queer Eye fans, Antoni has his own cookbook called Antoni in the Kitchen. Part memoir and part cookbook, check out Rachael Ray's newest book in time for her fiftieth birthday in Rachael Ray 50.

HEALTHY COOKING

Check out Whole Food Cooking Every Day for recipes without gluten, dairy and sugar. Umami Bomb showcases vegetarian recipes with lots of flavor. Vegan Everything has 100 easy recipes. 


ENTERTAINING

If you like to entertain, try Game-day Eats to "homegate" instead of tailgate this football season.

GADGET COOKING

Learn how to cook food using the Sous Vide method. From the Oven to the Table or Skillet Love are great if you love your cast-iron skillet. Fresh Flavors for the Slow Cooker puts your slow cooker to work. 




Don't forget to see what cookbooks have been recently ordered and tell us your favorite thing to cook in the comment below. Happy cooking!

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