|19 New Cookbooks!|
I keep saying it’s hard to keep up with my desire for more recipes, but seems I’ve really overloaded this season! Count them! Nineteen, yes 19 new books, plus two on backorder!!
First, lots of new books came out this fall that I really wanted. Second, the Good Cook Book Club had some awesome deals and of course I got some as gifts!
So I’m vowing to review each one here or at least comment on a recipe or two that I make from these new tomes!
Here’s the official list:
THE ILLUSTRATED COOK’S BOOK OF INGREDIENTS
COOKS ILLUSTRATED 2010
FOOD & WINE ANNUAL COOKBOOK 2010
FAMILY MEAL by Tyler Florence
BAREFOOT CONTESSA HOW EASY IS THAT? by Ina Garten
EATING WELL 500 CALORIE DINNERS
FEZ TRADITIONAL MOROCCAN COOKING by Z. Guinaudeau
MORE FAST FOOD MY WAY by Jacques Pepin
FALLING OFF THE BONE by Jean Anderson
CHEWY GOOEY CRISPY CRUNCHY MELT IN YOUR MOUTH COOKIES by Alice Medrich
LOOK + COOK by Rachael Ray
COOK THIS NOT THAT by David Zinczenko and Matt Goulding
BON APPETIT DESSERTS by Barbara Fairchild
NIGELLA KITCHEN by Nigella Lawson
AVEC ERIC by Eric Ripert
COOK WITH JAMIE by Jamie Oliver
THE ESSENTIAL NEW YORK TIMES COOKBOOK by Amanda Hesser
JAMES BEARD’S AMERICAN COOKERY by James Beard
The two on back order are:
AROUND MY FRENCH TABLE by Dorie Greenspan
HEART OF THE ARTICHOKE AND OTHER KITCHEN JOURNEYS by David Tanis
A few quick notes:
Food & Wine and Cooks Illustrated are annuals from the magazines and will be good reading for technique and recipe development.
Avec Eric follows the TV program which I have enjoyed watching, looking forward to reading and cooking from this book.
Cook with Jamie is my first Jamie Oliver book and I’ve already enjoyed reading through it, now on to making some of his recipes.
James Beard’s, NY Times, Book of Ingredients are more reference books, but I’m sure I’ll find some interesting recipes to cook.
Nigella, Barefoot Contessa, Rachael Ray, Cook This, Family Meal, More Fast Food, Falling off the bone, all will have very Client Friendly recipes and will get lots of use for sure!
Desserts and Cookie books will be perused and used more by the baker in the family but I’m sure I’ll point to some great recipes in them!
Have finished reading 500 Calorie Dinners, and will be installing these recipes into our personal repertoire along with an exercise regimen!
And finally, FEZ was a gift along with lots of spices from Morocco, it includes instructions on how to use Camel meat in place of mutton, beef or lamb!
Check back often for more pearls of wisdom and comments on recipes and overall reviews of the books. However, don’t hold your breath till you hear about any Camel being used!