Even though I’ve been writing and editing cookbooks for 30 years, I still get excited every time I see a new one in print. Here are the latest.
The Side Dish Handbook
From artichokes to zucchini, 40 recipes for the best way to cook your favorite vegetables and grains, including everyday dishes like roasted curried cauliflower and holiday specialities like leek panade.
The Art of Blending
Blending isn’t just for smoothies. From breakfast to dessert, learn how to use your pro-blender to make delicious unexpected recipes like vegan chocolate mousse and chilaquiles.
The Pressure Cooker Cookbook
The modern pressure cooker lets you do slow cooking fast. Learn the essential tips and tricks for perfect results every time with this beautifully photographed, easy-to-follow guide to the best tool for today’s kitchens.
Party Appetizers: Small Bites, Big Flavors
Over 40 recipes for stylishly simple food for any occasion, like luscious, oozing Fig & Gorgonzola Crostini, plus tips and tricks for throwing a party that’s as fun for the host as it is for the guests.
Braises and Stews: Everyday Slow-Cooked Recipes
Featuring 60 recipes for slow-cooked pot roasts, chilis, and pot pies, plus lots of quick one-pot meals. Try Chicken with Escarole, Lemon, & Olives to get a taste of why you should have this book on your shelf.
Cabin Cooking Cabin Cooking: Good Food for the Great Outdoors
This is a classic for easy breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and desserts wherever you live. Stuffed Summer Sandwich is my favorite recipe for picnics.