Melissa Clark$35.00 $32.20
Probably the cookbook I have cooked out of more than any other. Everything is full of flavor and easy to execute.
I love the dreamy photos almost as much as the nourishing recipes. I feel healthier just looking at this book.
Yes, the rye brownies are to-die-for, but it's the breakfast chapter that keeps me coming back.
Joshua McFadden$40.00 $36.80
Great ingredients, great recipes, and great results. Anyone who likes vegetables should have this book. Page after page of inspiration.
I love the concept behind this book: you don't need every recipe under the sun, just the foolproof ones you can return to again and again.
Jenna Helwig$18.99 $17.47
Sure, I'm a little biased, but this book makes a great gift for new parents. Recipes start from basic finger foods and progress all the way towards easy family dinners baby can share.
Kristen Miglore$35.00 $32.20
I haven't made all 100 recipes in this book yet...but I'm getting there.
Raquel Pelzel$19.95 $18.35
We don't eat much meat anymore, and this book is full of clever strategies for maximizing the flavor in vegetarian dishes.
Domenica Marchetti$23.00 $21.16
From jams to pickled vegetables, this gem is a delicious guide for even the most inexperienced canner.
Shirley O. Corriher$45.00 $41.40
This book cracks the baking code! As the subtitle says, I learned so much about the hows and whys of my favorite recipes.
Jenna Helwig$16.99 $15.63
Even if you (or your giftee) aren't making homemade baby food, this is a terrific resource for starting solids, handling picky eaters, and eating together as a family from the very start.
Keepers: Two Home Cooks Share Their Tried-And-True Weeknight Recipes and the Secrets to Happiness in the Kitchen: A Cookbook
Caroline Campion and Kathy Brennan$26.99
You can tell that these authors know what it's really like to cook for a family. The recipes are straight-forward, but flavor-filled, and the book is full of smart tips about how to feed people who have different schedules.