From baking books to drunk cooking memoirs.
Here’s what our editors and writers are making in their own kitchens.
From a self-proclaimed cookbook addict.
Read it, then eat it!
Prices will fall. Dough will rise.
Wait... what? Don't do these things!
I'm not drooling, you're drooling.
Because Haylie Duff's recipes must be made.
Are there any you've been particularly impressed by?
These cookbooks will give you a lot more than just pretty pictures.
Amazon shoppers spill the delicious details.
These will not disappoint.
Once derided as a pricey fad, Nathan Myhrvold's $625 Modernist Cuisine volumes have rewritten restaurant meals worldwide in the last five years.
These reads are beyond mouthwatering!
Some people wait a lifetime for a cookbook like this.
One "Are You There God? It's Me, Margarita" coming right up.
And new cookbook The Meringue Girls presents you with many adorable ways to let them take over your life — or at least a baby shower, wedding, or birthday party.
The year’s best books on food that teach, inspire, and make you hungry for more. Because you're an adult now, and it's time to start cooking like one.
Chef Andy Ricker — a Vermont-born white dude who won a national restaurant award for bringing authentic Thai food to America — says "crazy" is relative. OK. But you probably don't eat slow-grilled pig boob on the regs.
The world's best chefs and food writers recommend the greatest books you should cook through, start to finish.
Just eat it, eat it, eat it, eat it. Open up your mouth and feed it.
They don't quite exist yet. But they will soon!
Move over Gwyneth Paltrow, let the real diva, Liberace, show us how to cook.
Daniel Humm has been earning Michelin stars since he was 24 years old. This is how he makes a ham, egg, and cheese sandwich.
Scientifically speaking, this will taste better if you wrap it in newspaper and eat it on a dark wood table.
On November 30, 1959, the U.S. Embassy in Nepal issued a memorandum on what to do if you found a Yeti. Yup.
Breakfast for dinner is cool. Breakfast for dessert is better.
Buying someone a cookbook for the holidays = Cool. Buying someone a little ingredient they'll use with it = The Coolest. Here's your guide to both.
Be a better, smarter cook with these tips from Adam Roberts's new book Secrets of the Best Chefs.
Go get them and eat them! A new cookbook by New York magazine food editors tells you how to cook them.
Like, ridiculously bad.
The NYT profiles Twitter's very own cookbook, with 140-character recipes to amaze and delight you.
A cookbook actually exists that contains recipes using semen, an underrated nutritious ingredient.
The interwebs are ablaze over the world's first ever testicle cookbook, aptly titled Cooking with Balls.