Must Have Books for Fall 2019

We are proud of our global membership here at Eat Your Books. With a world of cookbooks to cover our “lists” are heftier than others. Even though this preview post takes into consideration cookbooks from all points on the map, I did try to pare it down for brevity’s sake. That being said, please know that there are myriad titles I have listed on the 2019 Preview post that I am excited for as well and some that I’m sure will make others must have list. In the spirit of the aforementioned brevity which is basically inconceivable for a devout cookbook lover, click on each book’s title to learn more from our library’s book description section. You will note a few EYBDigital Previews are available with many others in the queue to prepare. I have also highlighted any events that are scheduled. As more details arrive, books are reviewed, previews completed, and events planned, I will update this post. August September October November December

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  • Indio32  on  July 29, 2019

    Definitely a few must have’s in that little section but am really surprised that my most anticipated cookbook this side of Christmas doesn’t APPEAR to be listed anywhere it’s….
    Any Chaplin – Whole Food Cooking Every Day.
    isbn 978-1579658021

    Listed to be released in the U.K on 1st Sept.

  • angrygreycat  on  July 29, 2019

    I see a few here I am definitely interested in: John Whaite's new book, the new Milk Street book and the Half Baked Harvest book – I look at her site all the time.

    Diana Henry's I would like but I have a few of hers so I would want to see it first before committing.

    I will buy Jamie Oliver's Veg for a gift for someone I know will want it. I will also check out the weeknight baking for a gift.

  • Jenny  on  July 29, 2019

    Indio32 – Whole Food Cooking is on the 2019 preview post in September in the middle.

  • annmartina  on  July 30, 2019

    Agonizing wait for Sean Brock's new book.

  • mjes  on  August 14, 2019

    Flour Lab is one of several that I have preordered.

  • KittyPride  on  August 14, 2019

    I am looking forward to reading about the creative baking ideas of Baking with Kim-Joy: Cute and Creative Bakes to Make You Smile.

  • koolMoD  on  August 14, 2019

    Super excited to get The Deep End of Flavor: Recipes and Stories from New Orleans’ Premier Seafood Chef by Tenney Flynn

  • stepspior  on  August 14, 2019

    When Pies Fly would be great to add to my cookbook collection. Love empanadas, saltaneas and hit water pastry pies, 🥧

  • deboChicago  on  August 14, 2019

    I am excited about East. Always interested in more interesting veg recipes.

  • Cmoran  on  August 14, 2019

    There are a few here that I'm looking forward to but East: 120 Vegetarian and Vegan Recipes from Bangalore to Beijing by Meera Sodha is the first I'm hoping to add to my collection.

  • ckbkaddict  on  August 14, 2019

    Great list – The Last Course since it’s my favorite course… but there are lots of others too… The Cookie Collection, Elegant Pie, and to ensure a last course everyday Weeknight Baking.

  • matag  on  August 14, 2019

    When Pies Fly

  • Aprils01  on  August 14, 2019

    Sunny side up looks good and Pastry love!

  • Anno  on  August 14, 2019

    I just moved to a new neighbourhood and am excited to start making foodie friends and sharing meals- the book "Nothing Fancy: The Art of Having People Over" is just what I will be looking forward to getting this fall.

  • FrenchCreekBaker  on  August 15, 2019

    East and Flour Lab are on the top of my list. Plenty others pique my interest.

  • onelifetobake  on  August 15, 2019

    Looking forward to Diana Henry's From Oven to the Table and Kim Joy's baking book

  • cirina  on  August 15, 2019

    I'm looking forward to the new book by Alison Roman "Nothing Fancy"

  • melspot  on  August 15, 2019

    Mastering Spice. Always good to know more about spices. Also. Scandi Bites. Yum!

  • Shelmar  on  August 16, 2019

    Love Diana Henry, looking forward to from Oven To The Table!

  • DebP1  on  August 16, 2019

    The book that piques my interest is Sababa: The Fresh, Sunny Flavors of Israeli Cuisine by Adeena Sussman.

  • derennna  on  August 16, 2019

    The one I am looking most forward to is One Pot Feeds All by Darina Allen because I am in need of one pot recipes for the family during the busy fall. Hopefully it has recipes I can use my garden veggies in!

  • RuthGo  on  August 16, 2019

    I'm interested in From Scratch by Michael Ruhlman, I like the idea of learning some useful techniques. But I'm also intrigued by all the Israeli cookbooks.

  • t.t  on  August 17, 2019

    So many books to look forward to–such as Poilâne and Pasta Grannies!

  • savforrester  on  August 17, 2019

    These all look delicious but I am most excited for East: 120 vegetarian and vegan recipes!

  • Angiebwhite  on  August 17, 2019

    I also want to read and cook from the new Diane Henry cookbook (From Oven to Table). Love her work.

  • Susroberts  on  August 17, 2019

    I'm looking forward to Jamie Oliver Veg but also the autumn winter greenfeast by nigel slater. Unfortunately we will be in summer in New Zealand by the time it comes out and I've loved anticipating spring and summer with the first volume

  • nova  on  August 17, 2019

    Half Baked Harvest Super Simple: 150 Recipes for Instant, Overnight, Meal-Prepped, and Easy Comfort Foods by Tieghan Gerard. I'm a fan. Looking forward to her new book.

  • rajee  on  August 18, 2019

    Love all the fall books

  • amylou61  on  August 18, 2019

    I can't wait to read When Pies Fly: Portable Pastries from Empanadas to Strudels, Hand Pies to Knishes by Cathy Barrow

  • Danprime  on  August 18, 2019

    The Gaijin Cookbook looks really good. I loved reading about Ivan 's story in Ivan Ramen and would love to read more.

  • CHARLOTTEISOBELLE  on  August 18, 2019

    I love bake from scratch so the cookie collection would be great

  • joneshayley  on  August 18, 2019

    I cannot wait for Nigel slaters fall winter Greenfeast .

  • lnelson8  on  August 18, 2019

    I'm looking forward to Made in Mexico!

  • maria411  on  August 18, 2019

    I am looking forward to reading East

  • docpetra  on  August 19, 2019

    Really looking forward to Kim Joy's baking book – she was so lovely on the GBBO with her intricate and whimsical creations.

  • cadfael  on  August 19, 2019

    I have Hahneman’s other books so am looking forward to Scandi Bites. I anticipate the photography and recipes will be as good as her others.

  • Mfw  on  August 19, 2019

    MadW I am most interested in the new Jamie Oliver book Veg. I have many of his books and always find them inspiring and the recipes never fail to delight.

  • allegoricus  on  August 19, 2019

    The Staub Cookbook would make me very happy.

  • glorat21  on  August 19, 2019

    Would love to order Sunny-side-up as I'm allways looking for ideas for breakfast and lunch. also Veg by Jamie Oliver looks interesting too

  • jalyhe  on  August 19, 2019

    I'm happy to see that The Last Course is being reissued!

  • Caliope  on  August 19, 2019

    I’m looking forward to Veg by Jamie Oliver, Sunnyside Up by Waylynn Lucas, and Food52 Dynamite Chicken.

  • chefthomas  on  August 20, 2019

    I would like to read The Cookie Collection.

  • Alleycat  on  August 20, 2019

    Looking forward to the new Diane Henry and Weeknight Baking.

  • love2chow  on  August 21, 2019

    Looking forward to The Shared Table: Vegetarian Feasts for Family and Friends by Clare Scrine.

  • Ishtar  on  August 22, 2019

    I’m excited about Islas: Food of the Spanish Islands. I’d love to be able to recreate our holiday meals at home.

  • brooke1023  on  August 23, 2019

    Hands down – Sababa!

  • Paola_Albanesi  on  August 23, 2019

    Can’t wait to flip through Jerusalem food by Nidal Kersh!

  • AnneOther  on  August 23, 2019

    That's quite the list! Many look interesting to me, but the one that's really calling my name is A Southern Cookbook: Essential Recipes and New Explorations by Sean Brock. As a lifelong Northerner now living in the South, I've been trying to embrace southern cooking, and this cookbook looks great!

  • littleliv  on  August 24, 2019

    From oven to table Diana Henry

  • islandftty  on  August 28, 2019

    Very excited for Baking with Kim-Joy!

  • Shana.  on  August 29, 2019

    Veg: Easy & Delicious Meals for Everyone by Jamie Oliver

  • bhasenstab  on  August 29, 2019

    Surprised to see no sign of Mark Bittman’s fully revised (supposedly) 20th anniversary reissue of How To Cook Everything. That’s one I ordered sight unseen because I loved the 10th Anniversary edition, and I still have my original even though its binding is shot. Due October 1st, says Amazon.com.

  • bhasenstab  on  August 29, 2019

    Surprised to see no sign of Mark Bittman’s fully revised (supposedly) 20th anniversary reissue of How To Cook Everything. Due October 1st, says Amazon.com.

  • eah2911  on  August 29, 2019

    I’m so excited for Nothing Fancy: The Art of Having People Over!

  • Lisa Guido  on  August 29, 2019

    Pasta Grannies! Love their Insta

  • jodaw84  on  August 30, 2019

    From the Oven to the table, I’ve got a range cooker and need to use my ovens more

  • musselwhite  on  August 30, 2019

    I can cook vegan! New family members are devoted vegans and I could use some help.

  • dfcsator  on  August 31, 2019

    Looking forward to East!

  • Emandashton  on  August 31, 2019

    Veg looks wonderful! I have been trying to include more vegetarian meals jn to our diets so this would be really helpful.

  • lmpolkadot  on  August 31, 2019

    I am looking forward to Isa’s new book, “I Can Cook Vegan”. I have been Veagn for 10 years, but my husband just finally came on board. This would be a great cookbook for him.

  • mhoare  on  August 31, 2019

    I am very much looking forward to
    Poilâne: The Secrets of the World-Famous Bread Bakery

  • dusksunset  on  August 31, 2019

    I am looking forward to
    Veg: Easy & Delicious Meals for Everyone by Jamie Oliver

  • JamieLondonK  on  September 2, 2019

    I will be watching for Sean Brock’s “South”

  • fujirw  on  September 2, 2019

    So many choices……so hard to choose.
    It would have to be Jerusalem Food.

  • JenjiRM  on  September 5, 2019

    So many good choices! When Pies Fly: Portable Pastries from Empanadas to Strudels, Hand Pies to Knishes by Cathy Barrow does catch my eye!

  • TammyDee  on  September 9, 2019

    I’m most looking forward to Pasta Grannies, I think. That’s an intrigueing title, lol. And I love pasta.

  • WilleS  on  September 11, 2019

    I am most excited for all the cookbooks featuring Israeli foods! Israeli and Middle Eastern dishes are my new passion!

  • WilleS  on  September 11, 2019

    Also looking forward to Jamie Oliver’s new book. I own several of his other books and just adore him!

  • JJWong  on  September 13, 2019

    I want to improve my baking skills, so I’m looking forward to Pastry Love and Elegant Pie.

  • Erigeron  on  September 15, 2019

    Wow! What a list. Lots of titles jumped out at me but I really want a copy of I Can Cook Vegan by Isa Chandra Moskowitz.

  • thewoobdog  on  September 16, 2019

    Can’t wait for Milk Street’s The New Rules!

  • maggz19671  on  September 16, 2019

    When pies fly – one of our families favourite foods

  • taligator  on  September 20, 2019

    I can’t wait for, “From Scratch: 10 Meals, 150 Recipes, and Dozens of Techniques You Will Use Over and Over by Michael Ruhlman” … I love his writing style and the education in his books. It’s about learning to cook and not just following a recipe.

  • biro  on  September 20, 2019

    Food Artisans of Japan. Nancy Singleton Hachiso writing about things related to food in Japan. Who would NOT want to have this book?

  • kjrogers  on  September 22, 2019

    The New Way to Cake? Like cake as a verb? I cake, you cake, she cakes? Whatever. Who doesn’t like cake!?

  • aliseroberts  on  September 27, 2019

    Which one don’t I want should be the question! They all look so good! Looking forward to Alison Roman’s new book because you know… hello? Pretty much everything she does is delish. And Tieghan Gerard’s new book because I’ve never made a meal of her’s that wasn’t divine. But there’s lots more in there I’ve already pre-ordered or is on my wish list. Love that all of these are so diverse!

  • MaryGau  on  September 29, 2019

    I’m really looking forward to checking out Elegant Pie: Transform Your Favorite Pies into Works of Art by Karin Pfeiff-Boschek. Absolutely stunning bakes!

  • hrhacissej  on  September 29, 2019

    When Pies Fly – Love Cathy Barrow!

  • Jenny1979  on  October 2, 2019

    Looking forward to Jamie Oliver’s veg I love vegetables and finding different ways of cooking them

  • SueJC  on  October 2, 2019

    I loved Kim-Joy in GBBO. I’m looking forward to her book.

  • Emce01  on  October 2, 2019

    Looking forward to The Last Course

  • minilynn3  on  October 8, 2019

    Jamie Oliver Veg because veggies are my favourite to cook!

  • lovinmycurves1  on  October 10, 2019

    I’m most looking forward to Bigger, Bolder, Baking. I love her videos, and her recipes are out of this world good. 🙂

  • lene  on  October 11, 2019

    Looking forward to Nigel Slater’s Greenfeast

  • walterm  on  October 11, 2019

    The upcoming books I am most excited about are:
    Jubilee by Tipton-Martin
    and
    How to Cook Everything―Completely Revised Twentieth Anniversary Edition: Simple Recipes for Great Food by Mark Bittman

    Bittman has never let me down, in either book or column form. And THE JEMIMA CODE is one of the best cook history book ever!

  • fionajk42  on  October 12, 2019

    I’m keen to read East: 120 Vegetarian and Vegan Recipes from Bangalore to Beijing by Meera Sodha as I am always looking for interesting plant-based recipes, and I love Asian flavours.

  • Meabhy  on  October 12, 2019

    Excited by the sound of Korean soul food!

  • starzine  on  October 12, 2019

    Veg: Easy & Delicious Meals for Everyone by Jamie Oliver

  • r25701b  on  October 12, 2019

    Many of them look good but the Deep End Of Flavor is my favorite needs lots of flavor

  • CoreyOlomon  on  October 13, 2019

    Sunny Side Up looks really good.

  • Shelmar  on  October 27, 2019

    I am looking forward to American Sfoglino: A Master Class in Handmade Pasta!

  • Etf1975  on  November 7, 2019

    So many good cookbooks.

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