These 5 cookbooks are treasure troves of fruit-filled desserts, from classic pies and tarts to more unusual options.
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It's easy enough to throw some steaks on the grill, but if you're really into grilling, you just bought your first smoker, or you're a longtime barbecue obsessive, it's worth looking around for some inspiration beyond the basics, and some tips for upping your barbecue game. Here are a few books we love to get you through grilling season.
It can be so easy to fall into a vegetable rut. I mean, everyone loves a pan of cauliflower or brussels sprouts roasted until caramelized and crispy, but after enough repetition, even that can get old. So we turn to these cookbooks for vegetable inspiration: books which open our eyes to new veggie-prep options, from unusual braised dishes to creative spice combinations. Hey, vegetable lovers, what's your favorite book for vegetable dishes? Which recipes are in your frequent rotation?
Whether you are planning to host a Cinco de Mayo party or simply trying to improve your tamale technique, a great Mexican cookbook can help. And while it's always tough to pick favorites from our massive cookbook collections, today we're sharing 6 of our favorite guides to Mexican cooking: books with photos that get us salivating and recipes that have proven successful. Check out the list and tell us: do you have a Mexican cookbook you love?
Choosing favorites from your cookbook collection is a bit like choosing a favorite child, but here at Serious Eats, we will take just about any opportunity to talk about awesome sources for recipes. Here are 10 of our favorite Italian cookbooks—books that introduced us to some of our favorite dishes to cook at home. (Warning: acquiring these books is likely to increase your pasta cravings.)