Here Are Our 20 Favorite Cookbooks From 2019
We read, we cooked, we conquered.
For bakers who want to branch out: Midwest Made by Shauna Sever
For dinner party-worthy food that won't stress you out: Nothing Fancy by Alison Roman
For gorgeously global recipes: A Place at the Table by Rick Kinsel and Gabrielle Langholz
For anyone who's been watching Food Network from the very beginning: Rachael Ray 50 by Rachael Ray
For families who want to stretch their palates: The Adventurous Eaters Club by Misha and Vicki Collins
For delicious inspiration (and encouragement!) from the internet's favorite Korean mom: Big Book of Korean Cooking by Maangchi
For all things keto: Easy Keto Cookbook by Maya Krampf
For a legit fun exploration of Tex-Mex: AMA: A Modern Tex-Mex Kitchen by Josef Centeno and Betty Hallock
For anyone who needs to update their dog-earred version from forever ago: Joy of Cooking: Revised Edition
For Pinterest-approved ideas that aren't too complicated: Half Baked Harvest: Super Simple by Tieghan Gerard
For any host who knows that big-batch drinks are key to any successful party: Batch Cocktails by Maggie Hoffman
For anyone building out their collection of modern classics: Essential Ottolenghi by Yotam Ottolenghi
For Milk Street devotees: The New Rules by Christopher Kimball
For an easy-to-follow guide to making Indian food at home: Indian-ish by Priya Krishna
For vegan ideas that won't break the bank: Plant-Based on a Budget by Toni Okamoto.
For anyone who needs a new ~statement book~ for the coffeetable:
Tartine: A Classic Revisited by Elisabeth M. Prueitt and Chad Robertson
What was your favorite cookbook this year? Share it in the comments! 🍽
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