7 Cookbooks to Look Forward to: March 2013
Vegetarians, vegetable lovers, and anyone with a stomach: rejoice. Deborah Madison is back with a gorgeous ode to the vegetable. #1 on my must-buy cookbook list.
If these guys cook half as well as they throw shit around without dropping it, I’m in! Seriously, those fish are the size of toddlers.
The Grays take on the awesome task of transforming traditional Jewish dishes into modern recipes utilizing fresh and seasonal food.
Who doesn’t like free food? Foraging is becoming more and more popular, and this book shows you exactly what to do with that handful of wild blackberries, bouquet of dandelions, or hunk of bug-ridden mushroom you found on your morning walk.
Ummm, yes please! I can’t wait to try my hand at homemade candy bars. It’ll be worth having to wear elastic-waist pants to accommodate the 3rd love handle I’ll be sprouting from all that delicious chocolate.
‘Local’ and ‘sustainable’ are two hot words in the food world today. In this book, some of the chefs most dedicated to local and sustainable have put together recipes that showcase the best of that movement.
Sometimes the aesthetic appeal of a cookbook is so great, it borders on a coffee table book. This book does just that, combining gorgeous illustration and delicious recipes.