Alison Roman’s debut cookbook is all about embracing the more simple side of life, without compromising on flavor. Her inspired slew of recipes offer instant classics—including crispy smashed potatoes and hot honey browned butter—coupled with a witty attitude and edgy writing that’ll surely captivate you.
If you don’t already follow Gerard on Instagram, you’re seriously missing out. The food blogger-turned-author recently released her first cookbook, which boasts her signature slew of vibrant creations that are inspired, undoubtedly clever, and needless to say, simply delectable. If the impeccable photography isn’t reason enough to inspire you to make a meal from this book, we don’t know what is.
When the It girls behind the food scene’s raddest mag come out with a cookbook, we know good things are in store. Featuring recipes from a list of culinary superstars including; Padma Lakshmi, Chrissy Teigen, Joy Wilson, of Joy the Baker, and Angela Dimayuga, of Mission Chinese Food—to name a few—the cookbook promises a diverse range of recipes for all tastes and styles.
Ever wonder what chefs eat after their shifts? From VICE’s popular show Chef’s Night Out, Munchies reveals tales and recollections of chefs from the likes of Anthony Bourdain to April Bloomfield. With over 65 mouthwatering recipes, you’ll never have a late-night craving left unsatisfied.
The beloved duo behind Jerusalem make a sweet comeback with a beautifully photographed cookbook featuring an equally delicious scope of recipes. Ottolenghi, who began his career as a pastry chef, takes back to his roots with a collection of confections ranging from rosemary olive oil orange cake to a cinnamon pavlova with praline cream and fresh figs.
EyeSwoon’s Athena Calderone makes a major debut with her latest endeavor which promises an insider’s scoop on creating the most unforgettable meals. The lifestyle guru’s inspired aesthetic is clearly evident within the abundant collection of beautifully styled and well-curated recipes where design is seamlessly integrated within the food itself.
Chefs Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski are known for serving their clever creations—potato chips with creme fraiche and trout roe, being example—via dim sum-inspired carts, offering bite-sized treats with an even bigger flavor. Their cookbook release doesn’t fall short, allowing foodies to effortlessly emulate the duo’s signature style at home.
Stuck in an entertaining rut? It’s Chefs & Company to the rescue! Featuring a compilation of over 180 recipes from 75 superstar chefs, these recipes are all about wowing last-minute guests. As if you needed any more of an incentive, you’ll also finds nuggets of helpful information from culinary secrets to pro tips.
Is there anything these sisters can’t do? DIY mavens Emma Chapman and Elsie Larson of A Beautiful Mess, tackle the struggle of eating deliciously without over-indulging. The veggie-centric cookbook integrates breakfast, meals, snacks, sweets, and drinks, through the scope of weekday and weekend eats.
LA-based chef Josef Centeno unleashes his creativity via this visually-charged cookbook in which, he explores the dynamic influence of spices and sauces in various dishes, drawing from the melting pot of influences he’s encountered thus far.
Every one of Short Stack’s small-format cookbooks highlight a single culinary subject, and the latest in the series is all about butter. From famed cookbook author Dorie Greenspan, the most recent iteration celebrates the quintessential ingredient beloved by all and the recipes in the form of delectable pastries and savory meals.