Digital cookbooks have a multitude of benefits: They save your book's pages from an unwelcome splatter of sauce, or smear of chocolate. Living on your mobile device, they can easily find a home a home on any counter size. And, they're even more affordable than the traditional hardcover. For two examples, check out The Glorious Vegetables of Italy and Chocolate Chip Cookies. You still enjoy the benefits of beautiful photos and layout, but with on-the-go convenience!
The Glorious Vegetables of Italy, by Domenica Marchetti, is a gorgeous tribute to the country's produce. Tradition recipes meet the latest trend of vegetable- forward dishes in meals like Spring Risotto with Green and White Asparagus, Grilled Lamb Spiedini on a Bed of Caponata and even a Pumpkin Gelato. With over 100 recipes celebrating vegetables, cooks of all levels will enjoy exploring this side of Italian cuisine.
In Chocolate Chip Cookies, by chef Carey Jones and pastry chef Robyn Lenzi takes an in-depth look at one of the most iconic sweets of all time. Whether you like soft or crispy, with or with out nuts, this book has all those varieties and so much more. There's vegan and gluten free cookies, and unique twists Boozy Bourbon, Coconut-Sesame, and Olive Oil & Sea Salt. No matter what the variety, these recipes yield the perfect result every time, for whichever kind of chocolate chip cookies is your favorite.
We're giving away 3 digital copies of each book from the Apple iBookstore to some lucky Serious Eats readers! Leave a comment with either: your favorite chocolate chip cookie type or your favorite Italian vegetable dish for a chance to win a promo code for a free download! Standard giveaway rules apply. This giveaway is now closed.
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