Cookbooks I’m Loving Lately

Without fail, I always get one or two cookbooks for Christmas so I have compiled quite the stack. These have been particularly helpful this year, considering we’ve been cooking at home so frequently (see: everyday.)

I really enjoying cooking but most of the time, I’m winging things and hoping they come out. That being said, having a great recipe to follow makes for a nice change of pace.

Below I’ll be sharing some of my favorite cookbooks, some of my go-to recipes, and some others that are on my list to explore further.

Pro-tip: if you have an e-library, you can rent cookbooks and access them through your Kindle app!

From the Oven to the Table by Diana Henry

  • Greek Zucchini, Polenta, Feta Cheese & Dill “Pie” (pg. 69)
  • Baked Rive with Green Olives, Orange, Feta Cheese & Dill (pg. 156)
  • Chicken with Wild Mushrooms, Pumpkin, Rice & Sage Butter (pg. 162)

The New Way to Cook Light

  • Spinach and Smoked Gouda Quiche (pg. 161)
  • Curry-Spiced Udon Noodles (pg. 282)
  • Pinto, Black, and Red Bean Salad with Grilled Corn and Avocado (pg. 62)

Half Baked Harvest

While I include Tieghan Gerard’s cookbook on this list, I truthfully head to her blog for most recipes I cook. If you’re looking for a great, basic recipe book using whole ingredients for hearty, warm meals- this is a great option. However, I find more variety in the recipes she posts on her blog. Also, her food photography is TOP NOTCH.

The final cookbooks I’m looking to get my hands on (and I highly suggest you check-out) are from the Moosewoods Restaurant collection. We visit Moosewoods almost every time we visit my grandparents in Ithaca, New York. These are some of the best vegetarian cookbooks I have ever leafed through and as we move into a new, health conscious year, I would definitely like to cook more meat-less meals.

So what are your thoughts? Are you team cook from home or team door dash? Throw your favorite recipe down below and let’s get a list going!

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