10 Cookbooks You Need In Your Kitchen Right Now
Confession: I’m a cookbookaholic.
It’s true. When it comes to hardbound pages of text and image that demonstrate how to turn ingredients into delicious meals, I have no immunity. I must have that book. It’s a bit hoardy, I know. And in all honesty, there a good number of cookbooks in my collection that I have yet to cook or bake from (I’m working on this) but there’s something that compels me to keep growing my library– and so, I do. You could imagine my delight when I read an article in this month’s issue of Bon Appétit entitled, “The New Canon: 10 cookbooks you need in your kitchen right now.” According to BA, these are the “books that drive the way we cook today.” I happen to have received Tender, Plenty and Tartine Bread as gifts over the past couple years but I sure am curious about the rest of these – in particular, A Platter of Figs by Chez Panis Chef, David Tanis and A Girl and Her Pig by Chef April Bloomfield of The Spotted Pig (one of my NYC faves). So tell me, are you a cookbook hoarder like me? Do you have any of these books? Would you recommend one? Maybe you have a favorite recipe in one of these cookbooks? I’d love to know! -xo