The Case for Loving Vintage Cookbooks (Serious Eats)
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Husk chef Sean Brock is a seed-saver and a book-hoarder, collecting old classics and community cookbooks with the aim, he says, of owning every American cookbook that was printed in century.
amy thielen on cookbooks.
Korean food has had a hard time breaking into greater American dining culture, but these days, it's only getting bigger and bigger.
David Lebovitz reveals his favorite
Sara Forte of Sprouted Kitchen shares her sources of inspiration—the cookbooks she loves, especially those focused on making the most delicious veggie-based dishes.
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April Bloomfield, the chef behind New York's Spotted Pig (among other restaurants), chats with us about lesser-known cookbooks she loves and the cooking mentors she admires.
The Elusive Secret Dipping Sauce aka SDS, secret no more.
Pickled Mushrooms from their newly released cookbook, Bar Tartine: Techniques and Recipes, deliver on their promise of addictiveness.
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Like many food bloggers, Tim Mazurek of Lottie + Doof has something of a crazy cookbook collection—339 volumes, all stored in his one-bedroom Chicago apartment.
Grilled Hamburger With Cheddar Cheese on Toasted English Muffin With Parsley-Shallot Butter From 'Prune' - omit english muffin (sniff) note beef + lamb in burger, mostly beef
The Food Lab's 20 Favorite Food Books — Serious Eats