Every cocktail has a story, and if you’re lucky, you’ve got someone like Robert Simonson, cocktail contributor for the New York Times, telling that story.
Lidia Bastianich has compiled a collection of recipes in Lidia’s Celebrate Like an Italian that turn meals into parties—delicious parties with Italian accents.
When was the last time a cookbook made you want to volunteer your time to a cause or a community in need? Julia Turshen’s Feed the Resistance: Recipes and Ideas for Getting Involved is a cookbook for our time. The resisters here come armed with spoons. And purpose. And an overwhelming desire to make the world a more nourished and nourishing place.
In his new baking cookbook, The Sweet Spot, Bill Yosses has found a way (many ways, actually) to make dazzling desserts that are sweet-enough, but don’t include cup after cup of granulated sugar.
Dog-eared, with yellow and bright pink sticky notes sticking out in every direction, this is Faith’s all-time favorite book of Jacques’—and she’s cooked from all of his books over the years.