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Cookbooks & Food Writing

Grape Olive Pig by Matt Goulding

Grape, Olive, Pig: Deep Travels Through Spain delightfully focuses on these three "primary food groups" of Spain. A regional (and illustrated) exploration of culture and cuisine, it is also a love story and more. It will make you want to at least visit, if not move. It did me.— T.S.

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$35.00
ISBN: 9780062394132
Availability: Backordered
Published: Harper Wave/Anthony Bourdain - November 15th, 2016

Jerusalem: A Cookbook by Sami Tamimi and Yotam Ottolenghi

This multicultural cookbook is one of my recent favorites. Every one of the 10+ recipes I've tried has turned out mouthwateringly amazing, even though I'm somewhat recipe-challenged. You may need a couple new spices and condiments, but the impressive results are well worth a little experimentation. - N.D.

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$35.00
ISBN: 9781607743941
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Published: Ten Speed Press - October 16th, 2012

Classic German Baking by Luisa Weiss

I am so excited about Luisa Weiss’ new book, not only because I know from my mom’s Christmas cookie recipes that German baking is divine, but because I love Luisa’s writing (My Berlin Kitchen) and have followed her journey as she developed recipes for Classic German Baking on her blog, The Wednesday Chef. Luisa researched and tested more than a hundred recipes from sources throughout Germany, Austria, and Switzerland to make this labor of love. I am delighted that this book is finished and I can now dive into making her lebkuchen, cakes, tortes, cookies, and breads.              —S.B.

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Classic German Baking: The Very Best Recipes for Traditional Favorites, from Pfeffernüsse to Streuselkuchen Cover Image
$35.00
ISBN: 9781607748250
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Published: Ten Speed Press - October 18th, 2016

Mozza at Home by Nancy Silverton

“Nancy Silverton, founder of L.A.’s Mozza restaurants and La Brea Bakery, invites cooks into her home kitchen for creating stress-free, stylish spreads. In 19 menus for every occasion plus a dessert chapter, Silverton offers dishes inspired by rustic seasonal fare that shapes her tavola when she’s in Umbria, Italy. Silverton shares tips [on creating] a harmonious, casual dining experience that brings ‘immense pleasure from cooking a meal and serving it to family and friends.’” —Publishers Weekly, starred review

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Mozza at Home: More than 150 Crowd-Pleasing Recipes for Relaxed, Family-Style Entertaining: A Cookbook Cover Image
$35.00
ISBN: 9780385354325
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Published: Knopf - October 25th, 2016

The Encyclopedia of Spices and Herbs by Padma Lakshmi

Confession: I am not a very experienced cook, which means I am often overwhelmed by the scope of cooking encyclopedias. Luckily, Lakshmi has my back. While The Encyclopedia of Spices & Herbs is comprehensive and informative, it is also kind to the newcomer. There are recipes that involve many of the spices, pointers on how to use the exotic ones, and a fresh perspective on those more often used. Perfect for the home cook or anyone thinking of becoming one.  —Jax

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$45.00
ISBN: 9780062375230
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Published: Ecco - October 4th, 2016

How to Bake Everything by Mark Bittman

Everyone who knows me knows that I don’t cook. My husband makes all our meals. If you want bland chicken, I’m your gal. The one exception? Baking. Nothing gives me more pleasure than gifting home-baked goods. Mark Bittman has written a book that gives me every tool I could want in baking for the rest of my life. The recipes are easy to use and, nearly as important, accurate about how much time they take. A perfect gift for the baking enthusiast in your life.   —Ivy

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$35.00
ISBN: 9780470526880
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Published: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt - October 4th, 2016

How to Celebrate Everything by Jenny Rosenstrach

I have been a huge fan of Rosentstrach’s blog, Dinner: A Love Story, for many years, and have hand-sold her previous cookbook (of the same name) countless times. What I appreciate so much about her is her unwavering faith in food bringing people together. No matter whether the food is simple or fancy, it’s the tradition of sitting down to a meal with friends and family that matters. In How to Celebrate Everything, Rosenstrach tackles the question, “How do we slow down to make sure our kids are recognizing moments that matter?” Her answer: “Savor family rituals. Optimize family holidays. Celebrate everything.” And that she does, with ideas and recipes for not just major holidays and birthdays but also the start of summer, sleepover breakfasts, the end of soccer season, and more. Even her near-religious devotion to tomatoes (which I share) is celebrated in this fantastic book.                                                                                —S.B.

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How to Celebrate Everything: Recipes and Rituals for Birthdays, Holidays, Family Dinners, and Every Day In Between: A Cookbook Cover Image
$30.00
ISBN: 9780804176309
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Published: Ballantine Books - September 20th, 2016

The French Chef in America by Alex Preud'homme

Alex Prud’homme was the person (and grandnephew) who helped Julia Child write My Life in France. Today he gives us a new take on the culinary master—an objective perspective on the woman whose soul embraced France, but who was by, of, and for America. A woman revered, talented, and flawed—and above all, beloved. Familiar stories are given new dimensions, and new tales open up further ways to know the cook who changed home cooking.                                                 —Jocelyn

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$27.95
ISBN: 9780385351751
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Published: Knopf - October 4th, 2016

Mastering the Art of Japanese Home Cooking by Masaharu Morimoto

Chef Morimoto states in his introduction that he named this book after Julia Child’s, in the hopes that it will make Japanese cooking more accessible to the home cook. He achieves that and more, with mouth-watering photos, a wide array of recipes, and a conversational tone that makes me want to hang out with him even more than I already did. Part traditional Japanese cuisine, part sassy Iron Chef creativity, this is a wonderful book for new and old fans alike.                            —Rachel

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$45.00
ISBN: 9780062344380
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Published: Ecco - November 8th, 2016

A Recipe for Cooking by Cal Peternell

Chez Panisse chef Cal Peternell has followed up his award-winning first book, Twelve Recipes—called “the best beginner’s cookbook of the year, if not the decade” by the New York Times—with an equally warm and smart sequel. A Recipe for Cooking takes home cooks to the next level by sharing easy-to-master recipes and tips for planning and organizing meals for occasions big and small. Peternell describes his new book as a blend of his home kitchen and the kitchen at Chez Panisse, which sounds like an ideal combination to me.          —S.B.

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$29.99
ISBN: 9780062427861
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Published: William Morrow Cookbooks - October 25th, 2016

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