2024 Cookbook Preview

Every September (this year I’m running a little behind!), I begin cataloging the following year’s cookbook releases. I do this for several reasons: 1) so our members know what is waiting down the pipeline and 2) it makes the monthly new cookbook reviews a little easier for me as I keep the original post updated when changes occur. As I did last year, I have organized the monthly releases by country. As I continue to update and add new books, those new additions will always be at the top of each month/country. For reference the 2023 Preview post can be found here.

A few authors have mentioned that the amount of pre-orders weigh into how much money the publishing companies put into publicity for a particular cookbook, so preorder your favorites. Using our Buy Book button earns EYB an affiliate commission but also please remember your local bookshops.

There are loads of other books to be added but the ISBNs have not been shared yet so check back every week or so for updates. Start building your wish list now. PLEASE NOTE: There are many other books to add – most of them international and have to be added manually and I am working on them as I can.

It may not look like it but this list took over a week to compile! I tried to update author profiles as I went and will continue to catch those up. A quick glance shows us a plethora of cocktail, foraging, vegetable and “board” cookbooks. So grab a cocktail and sit back and see what the new year will bring.

A few highlights: Milk Street Bakes by Christopher Kimball; Zahav Home by Michael Solomonov; Sunlight and Breadcrumbs by Renee Erickson; Salty, Cheesy, Herby, Crispy Snackable Bakes by Jessie Sheehan; Chinese Enough by Kristina Cho; Easy Wins by Anna Jones; The Big Book of Bread by James Morton; Italian American Forever by Alex Guarnaschelli; Classic German Cooking by Luisa Weiss; Bobby Flay Chapter One by Bobby Flay; Salad for Days by Alice Zaslavsky; A Slow Rise by Daniel Leader; 100 Afternoon Sweets by Sarah Kieffer; The Side Gardener by Rosie Daykin; Crust: Essential Sweets and Savories from Victoria’s Beloved Bakery by Tom Moore; Life’s Sweetest Moments by Dominique Ansel; Kids Cook Everything by Mark Bittman; Babette’s Bread by Babette Kourelos; What Goes with What by Julia Turshen; The Cake Bible, 35th Anniversary Edition by Rose Levy Beranbaum; Cooking and the Crown by Tom Parker Bowles; The Bean Book by Steve Sando; Zoë Bakes Cookies by Zoë François; Mastering the Art of Plant-Based Cooking by Joe Yonan; Tipo 00 The Pasta Cookbook by Andreas Papadakis; Eleven Madison Park: The Plant-Based Chapter by Daniel Humm; A Thousand Feasts: Small Moments of Joy from the Kitchen, Garden and Elsewhere by Nigel Slater; Nights Out at Home: Recipes and Stories from 25 Years as a Restaurant Critic by Jay Rayner; Rick Stein’s Food Stories by Rick Stein; Romy Gill’s India: Recipes from Home by Romy Gill; Danube: Recipes and Stories from Along the Banks of Eastern Lands by Irina Georgescu; Sweet Seasons: Wholesome Treats For Every Occasion by Pippa and Michael James; When Southern Women Cook: History, Lore, and 300 Recipes from Every Corner of the American South by America’s Test Kitchen; Bake Club: 101 Must-Have Moves for Your Kitchen by Christina Tosi and Shannon Salzano; Very Good Bread: The Science of Dough and the Art of Making Bread at Home by Melissa Weller.and Sugar Farm! by Molly Yeh.

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13 Comments

  • monasli  on  September 19, 2023

    Wow huge list! A lot of work, thank you for all u do for EYB.👍

  • Cookbookoligist  on  September 19, 2023

    So excited the list is up! I cannot imagine how much work this takes. Thank you!

  • JMBH1  on  September 27, 2023

    Thank you so much for the list! Already adding to my overly long wish list. ☺️

  • nmurphy  on  September 29, 2023

    Greetings from the UK. A huge thank you for compiling such a comprehensive list of new titles covering many countries. Very much appreciated and thanks again….

  • Senkimekia  on  September 30, 2023

    Which books are you all looking forward to the most next year?

  • Thrasymachus  on  December 22, 2023

    Thank you for all of the hard work you have put in to produce this comprehensive list. I’m tempted by so many of the books on the list but I will hold off for now

  • KaylinE  on  January 7, 2024

    Thanks for making EYB such an outstanding resource!!!

  • corsentino  on  January 12, 2024

    Amazing list! EYB rocks ❤️

  • fultre  on  January 20, 2024

    FYI – Cookies & Crumbs by Kaja Hengstenberg, April 23 US release date is not in the April list.

    • Jenny  on  February 14, 2024

      Because it is published in the UK – and under the UK section – if I put the title under every single country the list would never end.

  • anicecuppa  on  May 7, 2024

    Fantastic resource, thank you! Quick question, last year Anja Dunk’s Hearth book was listed as being released but was delayed. Do you know if it is coming later this year?

  • innerharbors  on  July 4, 2024

    Mind boggles at this list. Glad to see this compilation. I’m especially excited to see a book from Kristina Cho, all of her recipes for baked goods that I’ve tried so far have been excellent. And I know more than a few nerds who will be getting the Dungeons and Dragons cocktail book for a gift.

  • jmscar  on  July 19, 2024

    Does anyone know about the Christmas Cookies book and who is author? I went through the listings and I am sure I missed it but cannot seem to find the details. It is showing before the August section.

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