|My "to read" stack is growing...|
It’s spring, and flowers aren’t the only thing blooming. Spring also brings cookbooks. Most years, the spring batch of cookbooks has a lot of grilling selections, but not this year. Still, I'm looking forward to a bunch of cookbooks over the next couple of months…
Weber’s Big Book of Burgers by Jamie Purviance
Weber’s annual cookbook covers burgers this year - and, as usual, I can’t wait to see the recipes Jamie has for me.
Gastro Grilling by Ted Reader
Ted Reader is Canada’s barbecue expert, and Gastro Grilling is his new cookbook about year round grilling. I was whining a lot about our winter…but a Canadian book about grilling year round? I know when I need to learn from the experts.
My Paris Kitchen: Recipes and Stories by David Lebovitz
David Lebovitz is known for his dessert recipes (and his fantastic blog). I’m not much of a dessert cook; I follow his blog for the stories about Paris and the occasional traditional French recipe. That’s exactly what this book is about - French home cooking and stories.
Preserving by the Pint: Quick Seasonal Canning for Small Spaces by Marisa McClellan
Food In Jars is my favorite canning site, and Marisa McClellan has published a new cookbook, focused on smaller batches for people who work in smaller kitchens.
(Marisa was at the IACP conference in Chicago, and I was lucky enough to get a signed copy.)
Egg: A Culinary Exploration of the World’s Most Versatile Ingredient by Michael Ruhlman
Put an egg on it has become my motto. Michael Ruhlman has a book out on all the different ways an egg can be used in the kitchen? I’m there.
Mr. Link is a New Orleans chef, and an expert on Cajun food, but he’s branching out in this book. He explores traditional Southern food ways, from gulf seafood to Kentucky bourbon, and everything in between.
Man Made Meals: The Essential Cookbook for Guys by Steven Raichlen
Steven Raichlen leads guys from the grill to the kitchen. That’s the path I took - my obsession with food started on the grill, and exploded from there - so I can’t wait to see what Steven has to show us.
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