19 Cookbooks We Can't Wait To Cook From This Fall
This fall we've seen an amazing variety of cookbooks that celebrate fresh produce, whole grains, and an abundance of vegetables and fruit. Here are some of our favorites.
A Modern Way To Cook: 150+ Vegetarian Recipes for Quick, Flavor-Packed Meals
The Moon Juice Cookbook: Cosmic Alchemy for a Thriving Body, Beauty, and Consciousness
The Dude Diet: Clean(ish) Food for People Who Like to Eat Dirty
by Serena Wolf
Looking to eat healthier without sacrificing flavor or introduce your guy to some more nutritious options? Serena Wolf's got you covered. Her 1-hour Pulled Pork, Ultimate Breakfast Quesadilla, and Cherry Garcia "Milkshake" will bring all the boys to the yard.
Alternative Baker: Reinventing Dessert with Gluten-Free Grains and Flours
A Rainbow of Smoothie Bowls: 100 Wholesome and Vibrant Blended Creations
Alimentari: Salads + Other Classics from a Little Deli That Grew
How to Bake Everything: Simple Recipes for the Best Baking
by Mark Bittman
The New York Times contributor and best-selling cookbook author strikes again with this baking bible. His tips for making any baked good vegan are genius.
Everything I Want to Eat: Sqirl and the New California Cooking
by Jessica Koslow
It felt like an overnight success as Instagrammers began flocking to Jessica Koslow's eatery in Silverlake to try everything from the burnt brioche toast to sorrel pesto rice bowl. It's like she knew, well, everything we wanted to eat. Now you can make these dishes (and more) at home—all without the LA traffic.
Purely Pumpkin: More Than 100 Seasonal Recipes to Share, Savor, and Warm Your Kitchen
Soframiz: Vibrant Middle Eastern Recipes from Sofra Bakery and Cafe
by Ana Sortun and Maura Kilpatrick
Thank goodness the women behind the bakery decided to write a cookbook for all of us who don't live near Sofra, their charming Middle Eastern café in Massachusetts. Now we can indulge in all the meze, flatbreads, savory pies, and desserts from the comfort of our own home.
Food52 A New Way to Dinner: A Playbook of Recipes and Strategies for the Week Ahead
by Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs
The smart cookies from Food52 are schooling us in how to meal prep. Both authors share their favorite weekly meal plans by season and provide shopping lists and preparation timelines to make your weeknights easier and more delicious.
Small Victories: Recipes, Advice + Hundreds of Ideas for Home Cooking Triumphs
Sweets in the Raw: Naturally Healthy Desserts
Heal Your Gut: A Healing Protocol and Step-by-Step Program with More Than 90 Recipes to Cleanse, Restore, and Nourish
by Lee Holmes
Healing your gut and microbiome is serious business. Luckily, Lee Holmes provides a plan for how to do it and gives you plenty of recipes to help you on your way.
The Seasoned Life: Food, Family, Faith, and the Joy of Eating Well
by Ayesha Curry
TV celebrity Ayesha Curry (and wife of NBA player Steph Curry) has made a name for herself in the food world. Her book is a collection of recipes perfect for a young family, peppered with personal touches from her life.
Molly on the Range: Recipes and Stories from an Unlikely Life on a Farm
by Molly Yeh
This ultra-popular blogger took her nomadic life stories from suburbia, the city, and the farm and turned it into a cookbook-lifestyle mash up. In addition to this beautifully styled collection of her favorite published food recipes, you'll also get quirky tips and tricks including a mac 'n' cheese flowchart.
Danielle Walker's Against All Grain Celebrations: A Year of Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, and Paleo Recipes for Every Occasion
V Street: 100 Globe-Hopping Plates on the Cutting Edge of Vegetable Cooking
Better Baking: Wholesome Ingredients, Delicious Desserts
by Genevieve Ko
The title and photo say it all—a cookbook dedicated to using better-for-us ingredients in smarter ways. Together, Genevieve Ko and Romulo Yanes (both well-known in the magazine publishing world) create a book worth becoming a baker for.