10 New Fall Cookbooks You Need to Own
Hot off the press, these new fall cookbooks will change your approach to meals, entertaining and holiday fare. There's something for everyone in these fabulous choices, and your food library will become richer with each addition.
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When a dish and its story are inseparably bound, you literally Eat Joy ($22). Magnificent illustrations add spirit to recipes and heartfelt narratives. Plan to buy two copies—one for you and one for your best foodie friend.
Shall you have an ‘upstairs’ dinner party or a ‘downstairs’ cozy dinner? Choose recipes from either (or both) beloved worlds in this 100-recipe collection ($35) from the Crowley household. Discover insights and tips on hosting a Downton-proper party.
This classic 5th Edition cookbook ($30) holds everything you need to lovingly prepare food. Don’t miss the new Instant Pot and Air Fryer chapter, and make sure to check out the how-to photos, hacks, techniques and shortcuts you’ve come to depend on.
When clean, beautiful and delicious food becomes a lifestyle and not just an occasion, you’ve discovered The Vibrant Life ($30). Each simple, virtuous recipe includes Amanda Haas’s philosophy for living your best life every single day.
The title says it all: Blogger Tieghan Gerard offers easy comfort food for the beginner and seasoned cook alike. This beautiful book ($30) is full of basic techniques, do-ahead prep and utterly delicious recipes. Find our favorite fall recipes here.
Glorious illustrations and plant-based recipes transport your mealtime to Mediterranean deliciousness. Even if you’re not vegetarian, this cookbook ($35) is a must-have for Meatless Monday meals and a Mediterranean approach to dining.
America’s melting pot of cultures and traditions is celebrated in this beautiful book of 100 recipes—and the stories behind them ($30). The author and 40 immigrant women contribute to this worldly collection.
Instant Pot convenience and clean, healthy food walk together in expert Carrie Forrest’s 75-recipe cookbook ($17). Authorized by Instant Pot, this book’s easy prep, delicious recipes rule (and really work!) Put your pressure cooker to work with more Instant Pot recipes.
Host impromptu dinner parties and planned get-togethers with confidence when you dig into this well-planned cookbook ($33) that covers every aspect of easy entertaining. Sure it’s about food, but also about time well-spent with friends and family. These entertaining items are worth the splurge.
Picture the pie as a blank canvas for edible art—or at least that’s the premise behind this gorgeous cookbook ($25). And forget about the intimidation factor; the beginner chapter eases you into pie crust decor with only a few special tools (think cool cookie cutters). As the book progresses, so do your skills.