• The cover of the book How to Cook Without a Book, Completely Updated and Revised

    How to Cook Without a Book, Completely Updated and Revised

    It’s been 17 years since Anderson’s blockbuster made “cooking by heart” a thing. Here, she builds on her principle that most recipes are simply variations on a theme, with new ingredients that reflect today’s tastes: chicken thighs instead of boneless breast, kale and Swiss chard instead of romaine, and more.

     
  • The cover of the book The Staub Cookbook

    The Staub Cookbook

    Francis Staub, the grandson of a cookware merchant, created Staub cookware in 1974, and his eponymous pots and pans have become the favorites of chefs and home cooks alike. This gorgeously illustrated book brings together 100 modern recipes from top chefs and foodie bloggers from around the country, featuring everything from chocolate babka to chicken meatballs.

     
  • The cover of the book Martha Stewart's Pressure Cooker

    Martha Stewart's Pressure Cooker

    Quick cooking is having a big moment, and this essential guide is perfect for both beginners who want in on the fabulousness and pros who want more recipes. It’s neatly divided into three chapters that go from building blocks and simple recipes to hearty main courses, and a final chapter on desserts—yes, desserts!—done entirely in one easy appliance.

     
  • The cover of the book Cravings: Hungry for More

    Cravings: Hungry for More

    OK, Chrissy: you had me at Pad Thai Carbonara. For those who loved Teigen’s first cookbook, Cravings—which is more or less everybody—this follow-up will bring provide even more culinary joy. Her Mom’s Thai cooking influences many of the recipes in this edible diary that brings us even closer into her kitchen and her life.

     
  • The cover of the book Bong Appétit

    Bong Appétit

    Admit it: you would buy this book for its title, which finds its roots in the very popular Munchies and Viceland TV series. Keeping in mind that “pot brownies” have been around for at least half a century, it’s clear that the 65 sophisticated recipes here—for both sweet and savory dishes—will satisfy the munchies for millennial hipsters and old hippies alike.

     
  • The cover of the book The MeatEater Fish and Game Cookbook

    The MeatEater Fish and Game Cookbook

    Fans of Rinella, the renowned hunter and host of the MeatEater show and podcast, will be over the moon for his collection of mouthwatering recipes that Publishers Weekly called a “must read cookbook for those seeking a taste of the wild.” From a bird (or fish) to sauces and rubs, he covers it all.

     
  • The cover of the book Cooking from Scratch

    Cooking from Scratch

    The folks at Seattle’s popular grocer have put together 120 recipes for seasonal delights, along with nutritional information and expert advice about preparing food from scratch. The perfect gift for the farmer’s market phobic—or even the regulars who’ve been cooking the same locally sourced dish on repeat—this lushly illustrated book offers meals for every time of the day.

     
  • The cover of the book Mississippi Vegan

    Mississippi Vegan

    No, Mississippi Vegan is not an oxymoron. Setting the fried chicken and pulled pork aside, Pakron shares 125-plant based recipes inspired by the Cajun, Creole, and Southern classics of his youth. Evocative stories and exquisite photographs accompany recipes that range from My Father’s Hash Browns to Gumbo Z’fungi.

     
  • The cover of the book L'Appart

    L'Appart

    The former Chez Panisse chef, author of six cookbooks, and blogger extraordinaire invites us to share his journey of his evolving ex-pat life in Paris. The perplexing project of his apartment renovation is the jumping-off point for his stories—and dozens of new recipes—about the adventure of making the City of Light his home.

     
  • The cover of the book Sister Pie

    Sister Pie

    Here’s a plucky and personality-infused cookbook from the two-time James Beard Award-finalist who’s transforming the Motor City into the Sweet City, via her pie shop in a former beauty salon on Detroit’s east side. She shares 75 drool-worthy recipes such as Toasted Marshmallow-Butterscotch Pie and Sour Cherry-Bourbon Pie, all accompanied by her charming illustrations and mouth-watering photographs.