Spring 2019 Cookbooks

Who's hungry? Place a new cookbook on hold today and get ready to fill up your belly.


Simple Cakeopens a new window is an uncomplicated nostalgic look at cakes. Perfect Pan Pizzaopens a new window teaches you that you don't need specialty equipment to make pizza (you're using an oven so this totally counts as baking). The New Pieopens a new window, authored by the winners in the 2017 National Pie Championship, will level up your pies. Bakers know that Happiness Is Bakingopens a new window.


If you don't want to keep mixing all the drinks but you want your guests to stay refreshed, try Batch Cocktails: Make-ahead Pitcher Drinks for Every Occasionopens a new window. If you want recipes, decor and party themes, you want to borrow Life Is a Partyopens a new window.


Franklin Barbeque in Austin, TX, has a new cookbook all about buying, preparing and cooking the perfect Franklin Steakopens a new window. If you want to learn how to add a whiff of smoke to your food, check out Thank You for Smokingopens a new window. Grill master Steven Raichlen's newest cookbook The Brisket Chroniclesopens a new window teaches you everything you need to know about brisket.


Vietnamese Food Any Dayopens a new window is filled with quick Vietnamese recipes. Indian-ishopens a new window combines Indian-American food into delicious fusion recipes, and you can make Indian food in your Instant Pot in Madhu Jaffrey's Instantly Indian Cookbookopens a new window. If you're hungry for the flavors of Mexico, borrow My Mexico City Kitchenopens a new window. Flip through Zaitounopens a new window to discover Palestinian recipes and more.


If you favor a laid-back cooking style and simplified grocery shopping, borrow Where Cooking Beginsopens a new window. If you like a little bit of history with your meal, borrow The 100 Most Jewish Foodsopens a new window. Those pressed for time in the kitchen may like The Nimble Cookopens a new window. If you want to transform iconic dishes into vegan dishes, make them easier, or make them for company, try Dinner for Everyoneopens a new window. Healthier Togetheropens a new window shows you how to cook for two and bond over food. And if you dream of a frontier life but still want modern conveniences, look up The Food in Jars Kitchenopens a new window and The Prairie Homestead Cookbookopens a new window


Mostly Plantsopens a new window by the Pollan family is all about Flexitarian recipes that help you shift toward less meat and more greens. Change up your vegetarian and vegan recipes with Vegetarian's Dinner in the Ovenopens a new window. Nourishing recipes abound from the popular wellness retreat in The Kripalu Kitchenopens a new window.

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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