Add these 11 new cookbooks to your kitchen bookshelf this fall!
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Plenty More by Yotam Ottolenghi
Israeli-raised, London-based chef Ottolenghi follows up his best-selling cookbook Plenty with 150 new vegetarian recipes from around the world. Filled with lush photography and easy recipes, this cookbook is one we'll be reaching for over and over.
Cookbook author Ina Garten shares her best recipes that can be prepped, assembled or cooked in advance. Whether you're planning for a dinner party or you have a busy schedule, these make-ahead meals are lifesavers. How easy is that?
Both new and experienced cooks can learn from this innovative cookbook that teaches readers how to make meals faster. Mark Bittman's recipes build in time management and genius shortcuts—just cook as you read for quick, delicious meals!
Dominique Ansel: The Secret Recipes by Dominique Ansel
Chef and bakery owner Dominique Ansel captured the imagination of the public with his much sought-after hybrid pastry, the Cronut. His new book reveals the stories and secret recipes of his tasty creations.
Easy French desserts? It may seem unbelievable, but cookbook author Dorie Greenspan's collection of dessert recipes from French home cooks and chefs are exactly that. If you're looking to make cream puffs, lemon-glazed madeleines and more of your favorites at home, this book's for you.
Beef, pork, lamb, veal or poultry—whatever is your protein of choice, this new cookbook co-authored by Pat LaFrieda, one of the best-known butchers in America, will satiate your hunger for everything meat. Packed with 75 recipes from the LaFrieda family vault and New York City's leading restaurateurs and step-by-step photographs, this book is a meat lover's must-have.
Every baker needs this reference in their cookbook collection. Award-winning baker and cookbook author Rose Levy Beranbaum, called "the most meticulous cook who ever lived," lives up to her name in this comprehensive baking book that covers cakes, cookies, breads and more in thorough detail.
Mario Batali's new cookbook brings the spotlight to some of the best farmers in America that are producing top-notch foods. After reading their personal stories and seeing Batali's mouthwatering recipes, you'll feel inspired to visit your local farmer's market and get cooking!
Take control of your pantry with chef Geoffrey Zakarian's new cookbook that guides readers on how to make the most of 50 essential pantry items with 150 delicious recipes, some of which can be made with pantry staples alone!
Thug Kitchen: The Official Cookbook by Thug Kitchen
It's a controversial pick, but there's no denying this vegan cookbook has selling power, which ranked #1 on the October 26 New York Times bestseller list. Written by the founders of the wildly popular and foul-mouthed blog Thug Kitchen, the book presents more than 100 recipes to inspire healthier eating habits in a fun way.
It's a novel concept—a cookbook that's organized by gadgets and appliances—but it totally works! Logan Levant, owner of Los Angeles's famous Buttercake Bakery, takes the mystery out of kitchen tools to help you make the most of them.
If you're looking to add to your cookbook collection, there's a slew of fantastic new cooking books lined up for release this fall! From vegetarian and vegan recipes to beautiful baking books, there's something for everyone in this mix. Want to up your kitchen game? Fall's best new cookbooks offer tips for faster cooking, make-ahead meal ideas and more reasons we'll be reaching for these books again and again. Get excited by the possibilities of shaking up your cooking routine!
Check out the slideshow above to discover 11 new cookbooks you need to add to your kitchen bookshelf this fall!