The New Cookbooks We’re Most Excited About This Fall

updated May 24, 2019
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Fall cookbook season is the home cook’s Super Bowl. In autumn many publishers release the best cookbooks of the year in preparation for the holiday season, and 2017 is no exception. This fall we can look forward to gems like Smitten Kitchen’s cookbook centered around unfussy but delicious dinner recipes, New York Times food editor Melissa Clark’s recipes for the Instant Pot, and many more. Here’s a look into the cookbooks we’re most excited about this fall.

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Home Cooking

There are a few key cookbooks coming out this fall that are designed to make your weeknight dinner more delicious and less fussy. Former Bon Appétit editor Alison Roman is publishing her first cookbook which promises to be great, and everyone’s favorite food blogger Deb Perelman is back again with new dinner favorites for all.

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Cookbooks with a Point of View

There are a pile of cookbooks coming out this fall that are a deep-dive into cookware like Melissa Clark‘s book on the Instant Pot. Then there are a few cookbooks coming out that explore the cuisine of America, including Sean Sherman’s book on the indigenous kitchen. And we can’t forget the tome on bread by Nathan Myhrvold and Francisco Migoya, which promises to be nothing short of epic.

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Restaurant Cookbooks

We don’t talk about restaurants very often on Kitchn, but we make a big exception for cookbooks. This fall London chef Ottolenghi is releasing a cookbook on sweets, and the people behind Publican, a beloved Chicago joint, are releasing their first cookbook.

What cookbooks are you most excited for this fall? Let us know in the comments!