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books that cook
  • Ivan Ramen
    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.

  • Di Bruno Bros. House of Cheese

    This seductive little book is no ordinary cheese guide.

  • Where There's Smoke: Simple, Sustainable, Delicious Grilling

    With a focus on fruits and vegetables, award-winning chef Barton Seaver's beautiful new grilling book stands out from the mass of meat-obsessed barbecue books on the market.

  • Saving the Season

    Kevin West's superb new book on the art of home canning seems destined to become a classic.

  • The New Persian Kitchen

    In The New Persian Kitchen, Shafia explores her Iranian heritage and celebrates traditional ingredients like pomegranates, pistachios, rose water, and saffron while also incorporating her own fresh and accessible approach.

  • Vegetable Literacy

    Deborah Madison’s newest cookbook explores 12 edible plant families, profiling the typical and more exotic members of each and offering more than 300 vegetarian recipes that show off their unique personalities.

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