My Recipe Box

books that cook

books that cook
  • The Gramercy Tavern Cookbook

    Gramercy Tavern has a cookbook that not only features 125 seasonally inspired recipes but also includes profiles of many longtime staffers.

  • Culinary Birds

    John Ash, a James Beard-award-winning author, teacher, and restaurateur, has written a wonderful cookbook all about poultry.

  • Ivan Ramen

    I'm a ramen fanatic, and so I was curious about Ivan Orkin's rise to ramen-legend.

  • Keepers

    Filled with genius tips, strategies, menu ideas, and of course, recipes (130 of them), this book really does answer the age-old question "What's for dinner?"

  • Coi

    From its minimalist white cover, to purposefully vague directions like “Acquire starter culture,” to a warning to exercise a high level of caution when making some of the dishes inside, this book is not really for use in the kitchen, at least not by mere mortals. But it’s a fascinating read nonetheless.

  • Flour, Too

    Flour, Too includes recipes for soups, sandwiches, pizzas, and pastas as well as desserts.

  • Crackers & Dips

    In Crackers & Dips, Ivy Manning shares her homemade cracker recipes and persuasively presents the case that they’re tastier, healthier, and less expensive than those found at the market.

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