Buying Cook Books Online
Buying Cook Books Online – 5 Books Every Foodie Should Have On Hand
Buying cookbooks can be very addicting. Especially if you love being in the kitchen. Overtime I have learned only to purchase the cookbooks I know I will use. Otherwise I would have a kitchen full of books I never open. If you are a serious cook there is a good chance your kitchen is already filled with some really great cookbooks. Below I am going to share with you 5 that you may not have. These cookbooks cater to a variety of different cooks as well as palates. All of these cookbooks can readily be found online.
Cookbook #1 – Sunday Suppers: Recipes + Gatherings
This book was created by food blogger Karen Mordechai. The thing you will love about this book is the way its set up. Its not focused on one particular season or one style. Instead it is categorised by the 4 times of day. Morning, noon, afternoon and evening. If you are lacking a little culinary inspiration, this is the perfect cookbook to get it from.
Cookbook #2 – I Know How to Cook
If you want to perfect the French cuisine, this cookbook will show you how. It was written by Ginette Mathiot and contains well over 1,000 recipes. It’s an excellent resource for anyone interested in French home cooking.
Cookbook #3 – Honey & Co: Food from the Middle East
Itamar Srulovich and Sarit Packer are the creators of this amazing cookbook. If you ever get the chance to go to London, be sure to stop by their restaurant Honey & Co. Until then you can invest in this fantastic cookbook. The couple loves to make middle eastern food and it shows on every page of this cookbook. Recipes found in this book are easy yet exotic at the same time. You will no doubt have to search around for a spice or two, but it will be well worth it.
Cookbook #4 – Relae: A Book of Ideas
This book was written by Christian F. Puglisi. Christian F. Puglisi is an Italian chef based in Denmark. He focuses on serving grand food minus all the stuffiness. His cookbook is written in that same vain. It’s all about accessibility and humility. In the book you will find half of the book deals with the ideas and theories of Puglisi, and the other half is recipes. Any true foodie will love this cookbook.
Cookbook #5 – A Kitchen in France: A Year of Cooking in My Farmhouse
This book was written by blogger Mimi Thorisson’s. If you follow her blog you know she loves her French country lifestyle. Her farmhouse is always filled with fresh ingredients and some special treat she has just finished baking. Her book is somewhat the same. It slowly seduces you with its many recipes and gorgeous imagery of her farmhouse life. If you love all things France, the culture, the history, the people and most importantly, the cuisine, this is a cookbook you absolutely must have in your kitchen.
When buying any of these cookbooks online be sure to shop around. Based on my research, Amazon is one of the best places to purchase cookbooks.
Image thanks to Tim