10 Cool Cookbooks
James Beard Award-winning author Elisabeth Prueitt’s delicious home-cooked meals come together in this stunning collection which boasts recipes from 5-day sauerkraut to corn tortillas and purple salad.
For as obsessed as we can be when it comes to eating healthy, a cookbook exclusively dedicated to salads should go without saying. Food52’s newest venture finds the perfect solution to a common dilemma – turning something light and easy like salad, into a meal that can hold you over for more than an hour.
Is there anything more true than inconsistent food cravings? Jessica Seinfeld’s Food Swings is the answer to all your indulgences and healthy-eating practices.
When you’ve had enough of the takeout and are finally ready to try your hand at recreating your go-to Thai dishes, consider this the essential resource. With over 100 authentic recipes, this collection features all of the cult classics.
Deborah Madison’s vegetarian-friendly cookbook entails a range of mouthwatering recipes from roasted asparagus with hard-cooked eggs and tomato tarts to rhubarb pies and herb-laced fritters.
March 21, 2017
Calling all novice chefs! Alison Cayne’s how-to guide touches on everything from poaching eggs and baking delectable desserts to setting crowd-pleasing dinner menus and pro-cooking techniques.
From the famed Bay Area hotspot, Burma Superstar, comes a fully-loaded collection of the eatery’s signature dishes that celebrate the iconic flavors of Southeast Asia.
Veganism may be the ever-growing food fad that some may have difficulty getting behind. Featuring over 500 veggie-centric recipes from around the world, we’re confident that the trend just might stick. If that weren’t reason enough, the vivid graphics might just do the trick.