7 New Fall Cookbooks We Can’t Wait to Read

Are you a cookbook collector? We know how you feel! This season there are so many new releases that we might need another bookshelf just to hold them. Here are just 7 of the cookbooks we are most excited to get our hands on – and to stain with ingredients as we cook with them. Ready…

Gift Guide: Books for Cooks

There’s nothing like a good cookbook for those who love spending time in the kitchen. For them a cookbook is more than a list of ingredients and instructions, it’s a travel guide to new worlds of flavor. Here are our picks for the most fascinating cookbooks and books about food that have been published in recent…

The Most Influential Cookbook Author You’ve Never Heard Of

Julia Child considered her “one of the few food writers whose recipes I trust.”  Craig Claiborne called her “one of the finest and most influential food writers in this country…one of the leading lights in contemporary gastronomy.” She has published 8 cookbooks, all painstakingly researched, meticulously written, and known for being absolutely authentic. From France…

Favorite Middle Eastern Cookbooks

October is National Cookbook Month, so naturally, we’ve been talking about cookbooks and sharing recipes from our favorite books. An informal poll of the D’Artagnan staff reflected the growing interest in Middle Eastern cuisine. Doesn’t it seem like hummus is turning up everywhere lately? D’Artagnan staff member Chloe, who supports our New York team, chose Jerusalem:…

It’s Cookbook Month: The Classics

We are examining the importance of cookbooks in our lives all month because October is National Cookbook Month.  The staff has been talking about cookbooks and sharing our favorites. This time we are looking at three of the American classics. My favorite cookbook? For me it is the Joy of Cooking. It’s old, well stained…