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Five Cookbooks to Welcome the Fall Season

There’s something alchemical about cooking—a kind of alchemy that can be quite reminiscent of how seasons change one into the next with patience and wisdom. In this season of witchcraft, magic, and mystery, I hope you’ll join me in making some cauldrons bubble.

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5 Fun Cookbooks to Try Out

If you’re looking to try out some new recipes this quarantine or want to step up your cooking game, then check out these five fun cookbooks!

 

 

1. Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat: Mastering the Elements of Good Cooking by Samin Nosrat

If you’re looking to step up your cooking game during this quarantine, then try Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat. Revolutionary chef, Samin Nosrat distills expert cooking down to four elements: salt, fat, acid, and heat. This cookbook will teach you how to master salt to enhance flavor, fat to generate texture, acid to balance, and heat to overall complete a dish. This cookbook will have you cooking like a pro in no time! And after when you’re enjoying your delicious meal, check out Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat on Netflix based on Nosrat’s cookbook!

 

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2. Tasty Every Day: All of the Flavor, None of the Fuss: A Cookbook by Tasty

If you find yourself constantly stuck in a loop of watching Tasty videos on Facebook, then this is the cookbook for you! Tasty Every Day: All of the Flavor, None of the Fuss has tons of easy and delicious recipes for your everyday meals. Whether you only have five ingredients or you’re short on time in the kitchen, Tasty Every Day has a recipe for everyone. Now every meal can be tasty! 

 

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3. One-Pot Pasta: From Pot to Plate in Under 30 Minutes by Sabrina Fauda-Rôle

Calling all pasta fanatics! If you’re looking to step up your staple pasta dish in thirty minutes or less, then try One-Pot Pasta: From Pot to Plate in Under 30 Minutes. Sabrina Fauda-Rôle shares all her favorite ways to cook pasta from a simple spaghetti and meatballs dish to pasta with curried carrots and sesame seeds. Best of all, each recipe only requires one pot! If you’re looking for quick, easy, and delicious pasta recipes with minimal cleanup, then One-Pot Pasta: From Pot to Plate in Under 30 Minutes is the cookbook for you!

 

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4. The Burn Cookbook: An Unofficial Unauthorized Cookbook for Mean Girls Fans by Jonathon Bennett and Nikki Martin

If you’re looking for a recipe that’s “so fetch”, then look no further than The Burn Cookbook: An Unofficial Unauthorized Cookbook for Mean Girls Fans. Created by Aaron Samuels himself, The Burn Cookbook features lots of tasty treats and behind the scenes stories from the iconic movie! Bennett also features some of his favorite childhood recipes, making this the perfect cookbook for anyone that’s still trying to make “fetch” happen! 

 

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5. The Art of Mixology: Classic Cocktails and Curious Concoctions by Parragon Books

No meal is complete without a delicious cocktail! If you’re looking to take the edge of this quarantine or step up your mixology game, then pick up The Art of Mixology: Classic Cocktails and Curious Concoctions. With over 200 recipes, The Art of Mixology has everything from classic cocktails to contemporary creations. The book is divided into different sections such as Gin and Vodka, Bubbles, and Mocktails with something for everyone! So treat yourself and finish off your delicious meals with a delightful cocktail!

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This Bookstore Only Sells Cookbooks and It Is Adorable

Turns out there is a book store in New York completely filled with nothing but cookbooks. Since it’s opening by founder Nach Waxman and managing producer Matt Sartwell in 1983, Kitchen Arts and Letters has never been an ordinary store, it has always been completely devoted to cookbooks. 

 

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The book store even contains classic recipes from famous cook books. Kitchen Arts and Letters is the perfect place to segway from popular food trends or recipes for simple things like making perfect toast and reading up on rare copies from famous vintage cook books. Though the store is hardly packed, Mr. Startwell describes the three kind of people that come to the store, “those who have simple taste and want to cook for sustenance; those who already love to eat but never learned to cook; and those who are recipe-resistant but believe in mastering the kitchen through science.” This bookstore is the perfect place for chefs, food enthusiasts and people in search of acquiring a new skill to come visit.  

 

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Though the bookstore gains most of its earnings from chefs, Kitchen Arts and Letters is also known for its hard-to-find collectibles and out of print books.

 

Many cooks and chefs order online when new additions are added to their archives, most of the customers keep a close eye on books that go in detail on specific recipes such as “Scandinavian fish roe in the book Caviar, by Jacob Stokkebye.  The bookstore uncovers hidden gems that are not available for purchase but Mr. Waxman says “If a young chef wants to come and copy a recipe and put it back into the world, we love to have them do that.” Kitchen Arts and letters contains cook books that is fit for anyone willing to learn or hone in on some of their skills.

 

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