Antoni from Queer Eye brings us into his home, inviting us to do dinner with him & his friends (like Gigi Hadid). The recipes are all straightforward & delicious, and easy to imbue with your own signature twists. Lots of easy ways to shake up your menu.
This is the cookbook of the season. Buy it for newlyweds, buy it for yourself, buy it for babies who will probably cook in the future.
Need to learn to cook? This book will teach you. Lesson one: How to Boil Water.
And if you know how to cook read this anyways - it makes the tedium of daily cooking feel like magic.
To inherit her father's massively successful culinary empire, Brianna must compete against her 15 brothers to run the best, most profitable restaurant. She sets up shop in the affordable and idiosyncratic Monster City, and, despite their strict dietary guidelines and Brianna's bouts of self-doubt and anxiety, her business booms. A competitor dislikes this newcomer, however, and Brianna must find a way to earn the respect of her community and her family without boiling over. Recipes included!!!
If you're looking for weeknight-friendly, plant-based meals with a comfort-food vibe, pick up Isa Does It!. Moskowitz has a high level of justifiable fame in the vegan community, but if you're new to her books (or to plant-based cooking) this is the one to grab. The recipes are funny, fresh, delicious, and no-nonsense (no fiddling with garnishes or expensive one-time-use ingredients here). There are beautiful, helpful photographs for almost every recipe and the funny headnotes are not to be missed. I've cooked more recipes from this book than any other in my collection in just three months. Some of my favorites are the Marbled Banana Bread, Stew with Dilly Dumplings, and the Jerk Sloppy Joes with Coconut-Creamed Spinach! Perfect for any cook in your life looking for inspiration and vegan neophytes alike.