For the inventive cook!
THE NEW FILIPINO KITCHEN
A collection of 30 stories and recipes from expat Filipino chefs, home cooks, and writers that serves as a delicious, accessible introduction to the complex and adaptable, though perennially overshadowed, cuisine that is Filipino food.
For the introspective foodie!
An interactive keepsake journal that provides a framework for you to capture food memories beyond physical nutrition and wellness by tracking your eating habits every day for five years.
For the host and hostess!
THE BOURBON COUNTRY COOKBOOK
David Danielson and Tim Laird
A tour of Bourbon Country and modern Southern entertaining through more than 90 recipes developed by David Danielson, executive chef at Churchill Downs, and Tim Laird, chief entertaining officer at Brown-Forman.
For the restaurant lover!
MAY WE SUGGEST
Art historian and food lover Alison Pearlman visits more than 60 restaurants to take an inquiring look at the design of physical restaurant menus—their content, size, scope, material, and more—to explore how they influence our dining experiences and choices (if they do at all).
For the coffee fiend!
CRAFT COFFEE: A MANUAL
An accessible guide to handbrewing coffee at home that explores multiple pour-over, immersion, and cold-brew techniques on 10 different devices—written by a local.
For the carnivore!
A protein-packed cookbook for meat lovers everywhere by Jess Pryles—touted as the “female Ron Swanson” by her loyal followers—that covers everything you need to cook meat like a seasoned pro.
For the honey lover!
THE ASHEVILLE BEE CHARMER COOKBOOK
A collection of 130 sweet and savory recipes inspired by the vast artisanal honey selection at Asheville Bee Charmer, a North Carolina shop located in one of the United States’s most bee-friendly towns.
For the holiday baker!
A comprehensive collection of the best holiday cookies as curated from nearly three decades worth of reader submissions to the Chicago Tribune’s annual Holiday Cookie Contest.
For the gastrotourist!
Gabriella Opaz and Sonia Andresson Nolasco
A portrait of Northern Portugal’s cuisine and culture as told through the stories and recipes of the women of Porto’s historic Bolhão Market, who have been selling produce and creating traditional artisanal goods for generations.