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Meals for the Family: The Supper Club by Susie CoverPeople
(Image credit: Apartment Therapy) We are big believers in eating together as a family and feeding our children wholesome, not-dumbed-down food. But good intentions can easily get sidetracked when there’s a toddler underfoot or a picky six-year-old who will. not. touch. the. kale. Susie Cover has vast experience cooking meals that everyone (everyone!) will like, and this book offers more than 100 recipes that aim to please.
Sep 30, 2020
Parents Need to Eat Too by Debbie KoenigPeople
Are you a new parent, or know someone who is about to be? With the arrival of a new baby, food and cooking become a rather different set of challenges — snatched in between sleepless nights and the blissful absorption into every aspect of this new being’s life. But once the friendly meals and Taco Boxes stop coming, you do need to feed yourself in the middle of this new family landscape, and that’s where Debbie Koenig’s smart new book can help.
Sep 30, 2020
Dinner: A Love Story by Jenny RosenstrachPeople
Ordinarily, if another parent tells me they put a homecooked meal on the family table every night of the week I’m rolling my eyes in my head thinking they’re either lying or bragging. (Frankly, bragging is worse.) But when Jenny Rosenstrach, whose blog I’ve been reading religiously for the past two years, says it and documents how she does it in a cookbook, I’m all ears.
Sep 30, 2020
Best Lunch Box Ever by Katie Sullivan MorfordPeople
Katie Morford is a food writer, a registered dietician and a mother of three children. These qualifications show in her book. I’ve read lunch box books before that made me balk. The recipes were complicated, or I found myself thinking, “Sure, my kids will eat this in theory, but at the lunch table under the watchful eyes of their peers? Not so much.” Katie gets it. Her ideas are simple, healthy and varied enough to appeal to any child. Think you know it all?
Sep 30, 2020
Sylvia’s Table by Liz NeumarkPeople
The Sylvia Center has one basic mission: to get kids excited about good food. Through classes around New York City and field trips to their farm in Hudson Valley, the Center gives children hands-on experience with fruits, vegetables, and other ingredients — showing them where all these ingredients come from and how make them into a meal.
Sep 30, 2020
Special Project: The Kid Gets in on The Kitchn CureKitchen
Day 7 Task: Special project I didn’t mean for it to happen. I was feeling guilty, because my special project wasn’t all that special, or difficult. I needed to deal with the cookbook situation. I have a thing for random cookbooks and that thing is getting ugly. And the spaces behind the cookbooks were getting really ugly, so it had to be done. But then something amazing happened: My youngest son got totally into the Cure, and I don’t mean the band.
Sep 30, 2020
Weelicious Lunches by Catherine McCordPeople
More than anything else, I think parents need ideas for what to put in their kids’ lunches. Heck, it’s hard enough coming up with interesting things to eat ourselves — doing this for small humans with their very own and very loud opinions is an even greater challenge. Help is here! It comes in the form of Catherine McCord’s latest book of kid-approved foods, Weelicious Lunches. Lunchtime? Game on.
Sep 30, 2020
Where Did You Get That Recipe? And How Do You Keep Yours Organized?Kitchen
If you are like me, you have recipes written on scraps of paper, loosely filed somewhere near your actual cookbooks. Or maybe you’re more organized. Any way you store them, those recipes are often family favorites. Mine came from a variety of sources and I need to organize them. My split pea soup recipe and a delicious slow cooker recipe for peanut butter chicken came from an online parenting community I used to frequent when my now 15-year-old son was a baby.
Sep 30, 2020
Picture Cook: See. Make. Eat. This Book Is Helping Me Cook More With My DaughterSkills
Cookbook: Picture: Cook. See. Make. Eat. by Katie Shelly Price: $14 Overall Impression: An unusual, quirky book, with adorable illustrations, and solid, well tested recipes. Though this book is marketed as a general cookbook, I found that it was perfect for cooking with children, even very young ones. I love and adore my daughter. However, trying to cook with her, especially when I am in a hurry, can be a challenge.
Sep 30, 2020
Best 100 Juices for Kids by Jessica FisherGroceries
The angle: Skip the juice aisle and get creative Recipes for right now: Apples & Oranges Juice, Tropical Cooler, Mango Madness, Spiced Carrot-Orange Juice, Strawberry Colada, Banana-Cherry-Pom Smoothie, Spiced Banana-Coconut Lassi, Grape Sports Ade Who would enjoy this book? Parents hoping to curb the amount of sugar in their kids’ drinks; anyone with a juicer and a bowl of fruit.
Sep 30, 2020
These Adorable Woodland Creatures Will Teach Your Kids to Love CookingSkills
The angle: Simple (French!) recipes for small hands. Recipes for right now: Zucchini Fritters, Cold Cucumber Soup, Raspberry Pie, Grape Juice, Apples with Speculoos, Mushroom Omelette, Orange Cake Who would enjoy this book? Food-loving parents with food-loving youngsters. • Who wrote it: Virginie Aladjidi, Caroline Pellissier & Marion Billet • Who published it: Flying Eye Books • Other highlights: This book is flat-out adorable — I don’t care how old you are.
Sep 30, 2020
5 Books That Fueled My Childhood Love for FoodPeople
I spent the better part of my formative years with my nose in a book, and in my case, many of them had some relation to food or cooking. My mother was the book buyer for my parents’ toy store (yes, I grew up in a toy store!), and she had a knack for picking out the best titles to spark my imagination. Here are five of my childhood favorites, all of which may inspire little ones to get curious in the kitchen!
Sep 30, 2020
100 Days of Real Food Makes Healthy Eating as a Family Feel Approachable and DoableSkills
Cookbook: 100 Days of Real Food by Lisa Leake Overall Impression: A well-researched book with a lot of information on eating healthy food with a focus on kid-friendly recipes. All of us always want to eat better food and live healthier lifestyles. However, when life gets maniacally busy — with school, work, and life — it is almost too easy to turn to convenience food, even though we all know that healthy, home-cooked food is best.
Sep 30, 2020
Joe Yonan Wants You to Start Making a Pot of Beans Every Week
Cookbook Club
I talked to Yonan about the many ways to flavor a pot of beans, the secret to his black bean brownies, and which bean he thinks best represents Ina Garten (you know, if he had to choose).
Sep 29, 2020
Let’s Get Cooking! Kitchn’s October Pick for Cookbook Club Is “The Sioux Chef’s Indigenous Kitchen” by Sean Sherman.
Cookbook Club
Read on to see why we chose this book and what you can look forward to next month. I hope you cook along with us!
Sep 18, 2020
Ina Garten’s Cookbook Tour Is Going Virtual with Williams Sonoma (Get Your Tickets Now!)People
The star-studded launch events begin next month with Ina chatting with Jennifer Garner on October 20th, then continue with her talking to Katie Couric on November 17.
Sep 17, 2020
20 Cookbooks Coming Out This Fall That We Can’t Wait to Get Our Hands On
Fall Cookbooks
This fall's cookbook lineup is absolutely stacked, with work from Ina Garten, Nik Sharma, Nadiya Hussain, and Yotam Ottolenghi.
Sep 15, 2020
Mediterranean Cuisine Is Feel-Good, Uncomplicated Eating. Here Are 5 Recipes That Celebrate Just That.Recipes
From saucy shrimp to chocolate olive oil cake, these unfussy recipes will become instant favorites.
Sep 4, 2020
Support Your Chinatown, Wherever It May BePeople
Since the coronavirus pandemic hit back in January, Chinese businesses have been suffering. Grace Young encourages us to support our local Chinatowns.
Aug 29, 2020
2020’s Best-Selling Cookbook (So Far) Shouldn’t Come as a SurpriseTools
This is, as cookbook newsletter Stained Page News put it, “to the surprise of absolutely no one.”
Jul 23, 2020
Four Years Later, Julia Turshen Is Still Finding Small Victories in Her Kitchen
Cookbook Club
We talked to Julia about the recipes she still makes from Small Victories, and the first thing she plans on cooking when she can have lots of friends over for dinner.
Jun 18, 2020
Let’s Eat! June’s Cookbook Club Pick Is “Small Victories” by Julia Turshen.
Cookbook Club
Read on to see why we chose this book, and how to follow along.
May 26, 2020
More than 2 Decades Later, Robin Davis’ Star Wars Cookbook Delights Fans of All Ages
May the 4th
The force is strong with this one.
May 4, 2020
I Am Finally Cooking from My Cookbooks (Here Are My Favorites for Quarantine Cooking)
Staying Home
Finally taking the time to read them cover to cover felt like a long overdue gift to myself.
Apr 12, 2020
Let’s Stay Inside and Cook! April’s Cookbook Club Pick Is “Barefoot Contessa at Home” from Ina Garten
Cookbook Club
Read on to see how you can follow along next month.
Mar 26, 2020
The 8 Cookbooks That Are Giving Kitchn Editors Comfort While We Socially Distance
Got a pantry full of staples and more time than usual for getting busy in the kitchen? It’s the perfect opportunity to delve into a good cookbook and try new recipes and new cuisines. Cooking, just like reading or binge-watching, can provide an easy escape from our current reality, the only difference is you’ll end up with something delicious at the end.
Mar 25, 2020
10 Beautiful Food Books for Kids for Read Across America Week
Read Across America
A collection of diverse and delicious food books for Read Across America Week
Mar 4, 2020
Our Readers Share Their 10 Favorite Recipes from Toni Tipton-Martin’s “Jubilee”
Kitchn Cookbook Club
We've loved watching our readers dive into "Jubilee" and share recipe photos on Instagram and in our private Cookbook Club Facebook group. Here’s what everyone has been making and loving so far.
Feb 29, 2020
Let’s Get Cooking! Kitchn’s March Cookbook Club Pick Is “Deep Run Roots” by Vivian Howard.
Cookbook Club
Read on to see how you can follow along next month!
Feb 26, 2020
Toni Tipton-Martin on the African-American Cooking Canon and Her Favorite Recipe from ‘Jubilee’
Cookbook Club
When Jubilee was published this past September, it quickly soared to the top of every fall cookbook 'best list' — and it's not difficult to see why.
Feb 25, 2020
Bobby Flay’s 3 Best Cookbooks — And What to Make From Each One
Of the 15 cookbooks that Bobby Flay has authored, we narrowed it down to our three favorites.
Feb 4, 2020
Lentils With Broiled EggplantRecipes
Here’s a little more about this startlingly good cookbook, and a recipe I can’t wait to make.Yotam Ottolenghi owns a group of delis and restaurants in London, England, and his establishments have gained a reputation for fresh, creative vegetarian food. Ottolenghi is not actually a vegetarian, so his column at The Guardian, “The New Vegetarian”, raised some eyebrows.
Feb 3, 2020
Tomato Rice with Crispy Cheddar Is Basically Pizza Recipes
We're obsessed.
Feb 3, 2020
This Probiotic Breakfast Bowl Is the Best Way to Start the Day, Month, and YearRecipes
These gut-friendly breakfast bowls are loaded with whole grains, sautéed greens, a yolky egg, creamy yogurt, avocado, and plenty of tangy kraut to grace every bite.
Feb 3, 2020
Chef Einat Admony’s Sukkot CelebrationRecipes
Chef Einat Admony knows a thing or two about “leaning in.” As creator of the popular New York eateries, Taim Falafel and Balaboosta, she has helped bring inspired Middle Eastern fare to New York City. The Israeli-native (her mother is originally from Iran; her father from Yemen), has a brand new cookbook out too. Also called Balaboosta, it shares many of her best dishes pulled from the restaurants and her Mediterranean roots. (See our peek inside it here.
Feb 3, 2020
Recipe: Romaine and Celery Salad with Buttermilk Ranch DressingRecipes
There’s a reason why a packet of ranch seasoning is the secret to so many crazy-delicious recipes, from chicken marinade and yogurt dip to potato salad and popcorn seasoning (yeah, you should try it). It just has that special something (along with a heavy dose of nostalgia) that homemade recipes can’t quite seem to capture.
Feb 3, 2020
Recipe: Fall Harvest Freekeh SaladRecipes
Say hello to your must-try fall lunch: fall harvest freekeh salad! If you’re brand new to the world of freekeh, this salad is an easy and delicious way to get your feet wet. And if freekeh is already a regular part of your diet, then this is a recipe you’ll definitely want to add to your stash! This salad is a culmination of all of my favorite salad-y things in one bowl.
Jan 29, 2020
Homestyle Stew Recipe: Doro We’t and Spiced ButterRecipes
Marcus Samuelsson’s book New American Table is an explosion of love and praise for all the many immigrant cuisines that melt together to make American food so glorious. And yet the recipe in his book that we were most drawn to was Doro We’t, the classic Ethiopian stew. But maybe this just reinforces his premise: we all bring our own histories to the table, and this is part of his, and his wife’s.If you haven’t had this dish before, then you’re in for a treat.
Jan 29, 2020
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s Spiced Lamb BurgersRecipes
And it’s indicative of the playful and welcoming tone of this latest cookbook from Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall of River Cottage farm. These are the kinds of recipes I want to cook all the time: fresh flavors, simple to make, and tummy-rubbing good. This recipe for spicy lamb burgers on the grill is the perfect example.River Cottage Every Day can really be seen as a family cookbook.
Jan 29, 2020
Sarah Marx Feldner’s Udon Soup with Chicken MeatballsRecipes
This is the time of year that we cooks often forget to nourish ourselves; the ordinary meals that fall between the holiday feast and the baked treats can be rushed and overlooked. Here’s a recipe and a book to help you stay centered and nourished in the kitchen: a new favorite, a quiet, thorough look at Japanese home cooking from the perspective of a Western cook. This book is an absolute delight, and the recipe here? Well, we’re getting ready to make it right now.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Creamy Spring Vegetable Gratin with Grana PadanoRecipes
Here’s one last dinner recipe to close out the week. This is from my book, Not Your Mother’s Casseroles, and it really expresses the way I like to make vegetable casseroles. I find that many casseroles and gratins smother the vegetables with dairy, grains, and other peripheral ingredients. But I want to taste the vegetables — especially when, like here, they are fresh and springlike — leeks, fennel, potatoes, onion, garlic.
Jan 29, 2020
Sexy–Ugly Onion TartRecipes
Cara and Phoebe’s popular cooking blog, Big Girls Small Kitchen, has garnered acclaim and popularity from a variety of readers and established chefs. Their approach, explaining the basics of home cooking, to fellow “quarter-lifers” is as witty and fun as it is honest and approachable. These two ladies graduated from college, moved into the work force and tackled entertaining and food with gusto.
Jan 21, 2020
Gluten-Free Strawberry CupcakesRecipes
This is one reason why Elana Amsterdam’s books are so attractive: her ingredient lists are remarkably short. This strawberry cupcake recipe, for instance, only calls for eight relatively familiar ingredients. And yet it’s also outstandingly delicious!Elana Amsterdam of the popular blog Elana’s Pantry has gained quite a following for her gluten-free recipes.
Jan 21, 2020
Cranberry Crème Fraîche Bundt CakeRecipes
A luscious cranberry cake, with the richness of crème fraîche. Christie is a friend who has appeared here before on The Kitchn; she cowrote the very popular cookbook Flour with Joanne Chang, and she also authored a book on salty sweets. This book is a lovely single-subject book, with soft, elegant photos by Alex Farnum. It has a smaller square profile, and a hardback cover with glossy pages. The 50 recipes cover the basics, like lemon-poppy seed and milk chocolate.
Jan 21, 2020
Joanne Chang’s Homemade Pop-TartsRecipes
Walking into Boston’s Flour Bakery is a bit like walking into an inner room at Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory. Homemade doughnuts sparkling with sugar beckon from beside the chalkboard. Cookies the size of your hand are perfectly fanned on a cake stand nearby.
Jan 21, 2020
Recipe: Pretzel Cinnamon RollsRecipes
This week we’re celebrating Kitchn contributor Izy Hossack’s new cookbook Top with Cinnamon! Today, we share a favorite recipe from the book. – Editor Surprisingly it took me a while to find out about cinnamon rolls, I don’t think I knew about them until I was 14. Seriously, that is a shocking amount of time for someone who adores cinnamon as much as I do.
Jan 21, 2020
5 Kitchen Essentials for Mastering Yotam Ottolenghi’s “Plenty” Recipes — Plus Where to Buy Them
Gear up for a month of feel-good, delicious cooking!
Jan 8, 2020
The New Authors of the “Joy of Cooking” on What They Changed in the Cookbook and Why It Doesn’t Include Any Photos
Kitchn Cookbook Club
We talked to John and Megan about how they both became involved with the book, what was important to uphold and change in this edition, and where they think you should start if you're overwhelmed by all the recipes to choose from.
Dec 27, 2019
Buy Kitchn’s January Cookbook Club Pick: “Plenty” by Yotam OttolenghiTools
This cult-favorite cookbook has been gracing kitchens everywhere since its release in 2011, and we thought what better way to start a new decade than highlighting one of the best cookbooks of the 2010's.
Dec 23, 2019
The Best Cookbooks to Gift Bakers This Holiday Season
Gift Guide
They make seriously sweet gifts!
Dec 21, 2019
A Sweet (Non-Edible) Valentine’s Day Gift for Your SweetieSkills
Are you feeling stumped about what to get for your S.O. this Valentine’s Day? Chocolate and flowers feels so predictable, but you’re still suffering from a serious gift-giving holiday hangover. So while you really want to think of something totally original that’s going to make your loved one feel all the feels, what you really want is for someone else to think of that something for you. Allow us to help.
Dec 17, 2019
The Best Cookbooks for Your Friends Who Are Obsessed with Traveling
Gift Guide
Because airfare has gotten very expensive!
Dec 16, 2019
The Best Cookbooks to Gift Beginner Cooks
Gift Guide
The first two books on this list were features in Kitchn's Cookbook Club!
Dec 11, 2019
Pati Jinich’s Mexican Thanksgiving TurkeyRecipes
There’s a little turkey at Eight Mile Creek Farm in upstate New York who will soon sacrifice her life for our Thanksgiving meal. We’ve named her Patita, after our good friend Pati Jinich, a brilliant and effervescent Mexican cook, television show host, and cookbook author.
Nov 14, 2019
Lisa Ludwinski of Sister Pie Shares Her Favorite Pie Recipes and the Baking Tool She Can’t Live Without
Cookbook Club
In between all of the Sister Pie recipes that we've been baking for Cookbook Club this month, we sat down with Lisa to get to know the creative mastermind behind the pie shop (and book) even better.
Nov 14, 2019
Come Bake with Us! Our November Pick for Kitchn’s Cookbook Club Is Sister Pie by Lisa Ludwinski
Cookbook Club
Read on for how you can follow along and why we decided Sister Pie is the ideal way to spend time in the kitchen right now.
Nov 1, 2019
The 3 Best Alton Brown Cookbooks — and the Best Recipes from Each One
And this is coming from someone who worked on five of his books!
Nov 1, 2019
In Ina We Trust: Our Q&A with the Queen of CookbooksPeople
Ina's latest book, Cook Like a Pro, is here! We got a chance to chat with Ina about what makes this one different.
Oct 29, 2019
Buy Kitchn’s November Cookbook Club Pick: Sister Pie by Lisa Ludwinski
Cookbook Club
Ready to take a virtual trip to Detroit? I'm excited to announce that our November pick for Kitchn's Cookbook Club is Sister Pie by Lisa Ludwinski.
Oct 29, 2019
This Is the Single Best Pioneer Woman Cookbook — Plus What to Make from It
Of all her cookbooks, this is the one to buy first.
Oct 21, 2019
Make the Saag Paneer of Your Dreams with Spinach and Feta
Cookbook Club
So much better than takeout.
Oct 8, 2019
These Indian-Ish Baked Potatoes Are the Best Appetizer You Haven't Made
Cookbook Club
Filled with chiles, chaat masala, onions, and ginger.
Oct 7, 2019
8 Cooks on Why “Salt Fat Acid Heat” Is Such a Special, Unlikely HitTools
Most of the popular cookbooks are health and diet-focused (keto and Paleo), related to the Instant Pot, or are from a celebrity. So, what is it exactly that sets Salt Fat Acid Heat apart?
Sep 19, 2019
The Best Fall Cookbooks of 2019, According to 2018’s Cookbook Stars
Fall Cookbooks 2019
This year, we left the best fall cookbook predictions up to those who are all too familiar with the process: Kitchn's favorite cookbook authors from last fall.
Sep 19, 2019
This Very Good (Not Sad) Gluten-Free Pizza Is My New Go-To Recipe
Kitchn Love Letters
Goodbye, frozen pies!
Sep 18, 2019
An Interview with René RedzepiPeople
There are the cookbooks you use every day, and then there are the ones that may not spend much time on your kitchen counter, yet can profoundly inspire the way you view food and the world around you. A member of the latter tribe, René Redzepi’s new A Work in Progress is in fact a collection of three books: a stunningly beautiful collection of recipes, a pocket-size book of behind-the-scenes snapshots, and an intimate journal written by Redzepi over the course of a year.
Sep 12, 2019
The 3 Cookbooks That Taught Me to Love My Instant Pot
These are especially great if you're a vegetarian or vegan. But still good for meat-eaters!
Aug 29, 2019
Giada’s 3 Best Cookbooks — And the Best Recipes from Each One
Can you ever get enough of Giada? These cookbooks continue to dazzle fans.
Aug 27, 2019
The 3 Best Ina Garten Cookbooks — and the Best Recipes from Each One
Because maybe you don't want to get all 11 (!!!) of her books.
Aug 20, 2019