Five Cookbooks to Welcome the Fall Season

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.

5 Fun Cookbooks to Try Out

5 Fun Cookbooks to Try Out

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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 …

This Bookstore Only Sells Cookbooks and It Is Adorable

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.       Image via Edible Manhattan   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 …