Which cookbooks do I recommend to new & experienced cooks?
Many of you have written and asked me for suggestions on what cookbooks and cooking magazines I recommend so I’ve created this page to share some of my favorites with you. I must have collected over 100 cookbooks over the years but some are more special than others. I love getting ideas from them, but most often use them as a reference to create my own dishes. I also just added a new page for eCookbooks that you might want to check out.
Books By Catagory & Available at Amazon
Here are some of my all time favorites. I have broken them up into various categories that I think will help make your deciding what book is best for you. These books are all linked to Amazon. If you hold your cursor over a book, you should see a pop out with new and uses prices plus if the book is in stock. To learn more and order any of these books at Amazon.com, just click on the book.
|The Flavor Bible|
|A Return to Cooking||The Golden Spear Cafe|
|I Love Crab Cakes||A Master Class|
|THE NEW BASICS COOKBOOK||MONDAY TO FRIDAY|
|HOW TO COOK EVERYTHING|
|The Complete Meat Cookbook|
|Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking||Everyday Italian: 125 Simple and Delicious Recipes||LA Vera Cucina Italiana: Fundamentals of Classic Italian
||The Silver Spoon|
|Jacques Pépin’s Table||Kitchen Confidential||Think Like a Chef||Mastering the Art of French Cooking|
|Sara Moulton Cooks at Home||Rachael Ray 365||Nigella Bites||Happy Days With the Naked Chef|
Thinking of Going to Culinary Schools?
|The Making of a Chef||Idiot’s Guide toSuccess as a Chef||The Professional Chef||Becoming a Chef|
|Sauces||The Saucier’s Apprentice||Sauce||The Sauce Bible|
|Cheese Primer||The Cheese Bible||The World Encyclopediaof Cheese|
From the Culinary Institute of America
|The Making of a Chef||The Professional Chef||Cooking at Home||Baking at Home|
|Culinary Boot Camp||Grilling||Book of Soups||Gourmet Meals in Minutes|