26 thoughtful cookbooks to gift to every type of home cook
- If you're shopping for someone who loves to cook, your best bet may be a cookbook they don't already have.
- Below, shop 26 of the best cookbooks you can give - ranging from the classics to trendy new titles.
Do you know someone whose greatest joy is arranging an artisanal cheese board, watching "Barefoot Contessa," or "coaxing" flavors out of ingredients? For them, a cookbook may be your most thoughtful gift. Pair it with a rolling pin, apron, or nice bottle of wine. Or, keep a couple on hand as expert-level host gifts for the holiday season.
Below are 21 cookbooks to give as gifts this year - spanning notable newcomers, cult-favorite food-blogs-turned-books, and award-winning tomes from renowned chefs that reimagine the culinary landscape. Some are best sellers, some hidden gems, and some plucked from our own thoughtfully stocked kitchens at home.
Below are 26 giftable cookbooks:
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"Antoni in the Kitchen" by Antoni Porowski
"Nothing Fancy: Unfussy Food for Having People Over" by Alison Roman
"Feast" by Sarah Copeland
"Eat What You Watch" by Andrew Rea
"Natural Wine for the People: What It Is, Where to Find It, How to Love It" by Alice Feiring
"The Frankie Spuntino Kitchen Companion" by Frank Falcinelli, Frank Castronovo, and Peter Meehan
"The Southerner's Cookbook" by Garden and Gun
"Mastering Spice: Recipes and Techniques to Transform Your Everyday Cooking" by Lior Lev Sercarz
"Platters and Boards" by Shelly Westerhausen
"Minimalist Baker's Everyday Cooking" by Dana Shultz
"Weeknight Baking: Recipes to Fit Your Schedule" by Michelle Lopez
"Run Fast. Cook Fast. Eat Slow." by Shalane Flanagan and Elyse Kopecky
"A Super Upsetting Cookbook About Sandwiches" by Tyler Kord
"The Food Lab" by J. Kenji López-Alt
"The Missoni Cookbook" by Francesco Maccapani Missoni
"Jerusalem" by Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi
"A Baker's Year" by Tara Jensen
"Molly on the Range" by Molly Yeh
"Plenty" by Yotam Ottolenghi
"Cooking for Jeffrey" by Ina Garten
"The Flavor Bible" by Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg
"Appetites" by Anthony Bourdain
"Heritage" by Sean Brock
"Power Foods" by Whole Living Magazine
"A Feast of Ice and Fire" by Chelsea Monroe-Cassel and Sariann Lehrer
"Dining In" by Alison Roman
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