An Abundance of Cookbooks to Consider
There isn’t just one cookbook that has it all. However, there are quite a few that are worth the investment for a lifetime of delicious meals. Here are seven cookbooks that you should consider having in your kitchen for easy access to tons of tasty meals and desserts.
1. Just Feed Me: Simply Delicious Recipes from My Heart to Your Plate
This is a New York Times bestseller, and Jessie James Decker opens up her kitchen cabinets for the first time to her fans. She gave people simple yet delicious meals from the heart. From simple-to-make drink recipes to full dinners, which include Southern, Cajun, and Italian cooking, and even a few appetizers.
2. Good Book of Southern Baking: A Revival of Biscuits, Cakes, and Cornbread
Kelly Fields has spent decades mastering the art of making the best cornbread, biscuits, peach pie, butterscotch pudding, hummingbird cake, and more when it comes to Southern Baking. Now, she’s sharing her expertise with the world. She gives bakers important tips and tricks, like how 00 flour makes the absolute flakiest biscuits or that you can get the moistest cornbread by soaking your cornmeal overnight. There are more than 100 recipes for muffins, bread, cookies, cakes, custards, pies, tarts, cobblers, and more.
3. 100 Cookies: The Baking Book for Every Kitchen, with Classic Cookies, Novel Treats, Brownies, Bars, and More
This is one of the cookbooks that a baker will enjoy. Sara Kieffer is sharing 100 cookie recipes that range from fruity to chocolatey, chewy, crispy, inventive, and even classic. There are innovative baking techniques, and almost every recipe has a photo.
4. Matty Matheson: Home Style Cookery: A Home Cookbook
Matty shares 135 of his most favorite recipes that will make anyone a master in the kitchen. From pantry staples like pickles, bread, and stocks to meals for special occasions like smoked meats, desserts, and even a few party favorites like dips and fried foods. There’s a recipe for everyone in this book, and you’re sure to leave your friends and family satisfied with the meals you make.
5. You Deserve This: Simple & Natural Recipes For A Healthy Lifestyle
If you’re looking for healthy and balanced recipes that are also delicious, this is one of the ideal cookbooks for you. Pamela Reif isn’t just a fitness and health guru, she’s also the author of this cookbook. It’s full of delicious and wholesome dishes that you’ll enjoy in just a short period. Most recipes are vegan, but all are tasty. She also shares nutritional advice.
6. Parwana: Recipes and Stories from an Afghan Kitchen
Durkhanai Ayubi shares stories of the Silk Road between the recipes in this cookbook, along with moments from the Mughal empire and the Great Game. The Afghan cuisine and recipes that are shared throughout this book are recognizable and loved worldwide. There are classic dishes like Shaam kebab, Kabuli Pilaw, and Falooda.
7. Good Drinks: Alcohol-Free Recipes for When You’re Not Drinking for Whatever Reason
No matter what your reason is for not drinking, you don’t have to stick to boring drinks. Instead, you can invest in this cookbook and make delicious drinks for any time of the day. There are drink recipes that include ingredients like buckwheat tea, black cardamom-cinnamon syrup, tomato-watermelon juice, and other unique flavors. Whether it’s festive or celebratory drinks that you need, there’s a recipe for it.