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The lasting legacy of Joy of Cooking

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A bookstore owner takes a nostalgic look back at the impact of this seminal work ... read more

Desserts by the Editors of Food & Wine

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More than 140 of our most beloved recipes... read more

Is black going to be the new black in 2018?

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Trend spotters think that dark-hued foods will trend in 2018... read more

Holiday Gift Guide For Cooks and Cookbook Lovers

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Suggestions for cookbooks and cooking tools for that special someone ... read more

November 2017 Cookbook Roundup

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Buy a gift certificate and earn a chance at free cookbooks

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For each EYB gift membership you purchaes, you'll earn an entry into the drawing for five free cookbooks... read more

November's Eat Your Books Cookbook Club Summary

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Even top chefs use shortcuts

Tom Kerridge shocked many fans when he said that he uses stock cubes at home... more

Le Creuset Cookbook and Cookware with Review, Recipe & Giveaway

A collection of recipes from Le Creuset's French table and a gorgeous stainless steel pot to create them in ... more

Latest Notes

Really nice, especially for the rutabaga-hesitant. The carrots smooth things out, taste-wise, as do the butter and brown sugar. Leave the puree a bit chunky. Perfect for a holiday dinner, as it can be made ahead.
by mfeldman51 about Rutabaga and carrot puree from Gourmet Today
Wonderful and beautiful. Great to serve at a dinner party! Do make sure you have enough puff pastry. I didn't so I was left with too much stuffing. But I served it as an extra side. The house smelled great!
by saarwouters about Chicken and Taleggio jalousie from Delicious: Home Cooking
Very nice dinner. The spices and herbs make it taste really Greek. Whole family loved it.
by saarwouters about Greek lamb with orzo from Delicious: Love To Cook
This was a delicious side dish! Very interesting sweet and sour dressing. A very original - and easy - way to serve celery!
by saarwouters about Baked celery agrodolce from River Cottage Much More Veg
Tasty & quick. Much like the inner workings of a pork dumpling. I also used hoisin sauce instead of sweet chilli sauce for my chilli-averse husband with good reports.
by e_ballad about Rice noodles with sweet-chilli meatballs from Delicious: 5 Nights a Week
A time consuming salad to prepare but, it redeems itself by being incredibly delicious.
by lou_weez about Innocent pea salad with evil porky pepita crunch from Fast, Fresh and Unbelievably Delicious
Easy and delicious. The pancakes were really good. Nice and fluffy with great flavor and a bit of kick from the sambal. The slaw and egg were the perfect complement. Next time I’ll scale back the pancake recipe by half, as it makes a huge batch.
by bwhip about Scallion pancakes with a fried egg & zucchini-carrot slaw [Joey Beato] from Chefs & Company
Nice easy dinner with rice, half a packet of chorizo for two people, so 125 g. Don’t add too much rice.
by LizzieLozza about Peas, broad beans and chorizo with mint from Food from Plenty
Delicious and easy. Adding shredded chicken is a hearty touch.
by robynsanyal about Broccoli cheddar soup from Great Big Pressure Cooker Book
This was plain and simple but well received. My kids really liked it. We ate it with fresh chedder bisquits, which was an excellent combination. Without the bisquits or something special on the side, this soup might be a bit too plain to carry a meal.
by Lepa about A rough-and-ready turnip soup, refined from In My Kitchen
Comes together quickly. Basic cauliflower curry. Nothing special.
by okcook about Cauliflower curry from Vegetarian Epicure, Book Two
Applies to chicken as well as turkey.
by Ed about How to get crispy, golden skin on your turkey from Simply Recipes
Easy to make and pretty tasty. I used skin on wild coho fillets (called for skinless) and cooked a bit too long, so it burned a little on bottom, but was still moist. We liked the lemon and rosemary combination.
by mharriman about Salmon with lemon, capers, and rosemary from Giada's Feel Good Food
This is a great dish if you like carbs with your carbs (which I do.) Maybe it was the sweetness of the summer corn combined with the mildness of the burrata, but it was a bit too sweet for me. Still tasty, though.
by gamulholland about Orecchiette with fresh corn and burrata from Back Pocket Pasta
These were simple and delicious-- easy enough for a weeknight, and definitely something to make again.
by gamulholland about Turkey meatballs with yogurt sauce from Dinner Plan

Latest Reviews

He uses some ingredients that might take getting used to, such as rabbit, salsify, and pork cheeks. But his when to melt an anchovy for perfect saltiness...
by Simply Recipes about Gather   -  full review
I’ve mostly shied away from slow cookers in the past, instead relying on my oven for soups, braises, and the like. However, I’m interested to see what an award-winning chef can do with it.
by Simply Recipes about Chef and the Slow Cooker   -  full review
...feature fresh produce, as well as unusual and compelling combinations of sweet spices. The directions are very specific and easy to follow, too, which is important in a baking book.
by Simply Recipes about Sweet   -  full review
If you love cookies, this book, with 250 recipes, is for you—especially for the holidays...there’s no such thing as boredom here.
by Simply Recipes about Perfect Cookie   -  full review edifying and engaging—you have a cooking teacher in the room with you who goes deep into the details. And as we all know, that’s where the devil resides, especially in cooking.
by Simply Recipes about Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat   -  full review
This book is exhaustingly researched...well worth the wait. She tackles classic American desserts from basic yellow cake and traditional chocolate chip cookies to Oreos™ and Twinkies™
by Simply Recipes about BraveTart   -  full review
Deborah Madison’s new book is a joy to read and full of wonderful ideas for recipes: all of them novel, approachable, and relatively easy to execute.
by Simply Recipes about In My Kitchen   -  full review
The book weaves together stories of burma (myanmar) and its native foods, stories about the san francisco restaurant, and recipes in a way that feels seamless and wholly engaging.
by Simply Recipes about Burma Superstar   -  full review
These recipes are the ones you want to make at home—unfussy, colorful, healthy skillet dishes, pizzas, quesadillas, chilis, sheet-pan dinners and salads, with flavors from around the world.
by Simply Recipes about Dinner   -  full review
An interview with the author. Includes a recipe from the book.
by Food52 about Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen   -  full review
Author shares a few of his techniques for cutting back sugar from his newest cookbook.
by Food52 about Sweet Spot   -  full review much a cookbook as it is an homage to the Italian pantry, with the first 35 pages devoted to specifications for a catalog of pantry items.
by Food52 about Autentico   -  full review
It’s a beautiful and easy dish to entertain with, especially with a side of garlic cucumber yogurt or a tomato sumac salad. It also makes a great weeknight meal...
by Food52 about Baked kubbeh pie from Palestinian Table   -  full review
If you love to bake cookies, you need this book on your cookbook shelf! There are 150 recipes in the book.
by RecipeGirl about Easy Homemade Cookie Cookbook   -  full review
It’s filled with delicious and easy from-scratch recipes, plus tips for making family-friendly dishes fast.
by Belly Full about Simple Kitchen   -  full review