5 New Cookbooks That Stay True To Food

SPONSORED | BY | March 5, 2018
| March 5, 2018

Enhance your epicurean knowledge with these five books that celebrate taste and technique.

5 New Cookbooks That Stay True To Food

CHOCOLATE ALCHEMY: A BEAN-TO-BAR PRIMER

Kristen Hard, Foreword by Bill Addison

Turn your kitchen into your personal chocolate laboratory. An expert in the “bean-to-bar” process of chocolate-making, the owner of Cacao Atlanta Chocolate Co. shares more than 100 recipes that highlight this ingredient’s complex flavor.

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5 New Cookbooks That Stay True To Food

EATING FROM THE GROUND UP

Alana Chernila

Appreciate the unique flavor and texture of each vegetable, no matter what’s in season. With recipes elegant enough for parties or a simple nosh, this tome pays homage to classic preparations that emphasize the best the garden has to offer.

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5 New Cookbooks That Stay True To Food

FRUIT: RECIPES THAT CELEBRATE NATURE

Bernadette Worndl, Photos by Gunda Dittrich

Get back to basics with beautifully photographed recipes that spotlight how seasonal fruits enhance both sweet and savory dishes. Beyond mastering classic pairings, you’ll become a pro at modern flavor combinations that wow with only a few simple ingredients.

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5 New Cookbooks That Stay True To Food

NATHAN TURNER’S I LOVE CALIFORNIA: LIVE, EAT, AND ENTERTAIN THE WEST COAST WAY

Nathan Turner

It’s easy to embrace the laid-back lifestyle synonymous with California in this designer’s latest book, which showcases spectacular interiors up and down the coast and gives readers a peek at recipes and tips for effortless entertaining.

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5 New Cookbooks That Stay True To Food

SHARP

Josh Donald, photos by Molly DeCoudreaux

An expert in his craft, this San Francisco-based knife purveyor breaks down the dos and don’ts for buying and caring for the tool every culinary expert needs. Read up on global knife-makers, and sharpen your techniques with 15 recipes from accomplished chefs.

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