The clocks have been set back, leaves are falling off the trees and it is getting cooler outside. It is time to check out some of the new cookbooks on our shelves. Or maybe get some gift ideas for your favorite chef.
Brunch at Bobby’s by Bobby Flay. Bobby Flay, one of Food Network’s favorite chef has a new book out all about Brunch. He has taken classic brunch fare and turned it into something new and different.
He includes 140 recipes starting with hot and cold beverages both spiked and virgin. He then works his way through all the other things that make brunch including eggs; pancakes, waffles, and French toast salads and sandwiches; and side dishes.
Lucky Peach presents 101 Easy Asian Recipes. Written by the editors at David Chang’s food publication, Lucky Peach there are traditional recipes and twists on old favorites.
Simply Nigella: Feel Good Food by Nigella Lawson. Nigella’s new cookbook is filled with recipes for quick and calm weeknight dinners (Miso Salmon; Cauliflower & Cashew Nut Curry) to stress-free ideas when feeding a crowd. She includes recipes for power breakfasts to sweet treats.
How to Cook Everything Fast by Mark Bittman. Mark Bittman provides a game plan for becoming a more intuitive cook and cooking simple, flavorful food quickly.
Happy Cooking by Giada DeLaurentiis. Happy Cooking takes off where Giada’s cookbook Feel Good Food left off. Happy Cooking is filled with time saving tips and strategies for a healthy and happy eating year round.
The Chef Next Door by Amanda Freitag. Amanda Freitag is a master at knocking out fabulous meals in her restaurant kitchen and on the set of Food Network’s Chopped and Iron Chef America. The Chef Next Door teaches home cooks a wide range of confidence-instilling skills, tricks, and tips that Amanda has picked up working in professional kitchens and cooking competitively on television.
If you prefer an eBook format these and many of our cookbooks are available as an eBook.
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