‘Tis the season for eating! Whether you will be entertaining relatives this holiday season or are planning to stay home and enjoy a great meal with friends, these books will help bring out your best culinary side.
Eighty immigrant chefs around the world share their diverse recipes. Each purchase of this cookbook supports the ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project. Recipes of all sorts are included and your guests won’t be disappointed!
Hungry For More – Chrissy Teigen
It’s the time of year for staying in and cooking with friends and family, and we are loving this cookbook full of mouth-watering recipes. Banana bread, everything bagel breakfast bake, shake and bake chicken with hot honey … mmmm, we want it all!
Samin Nosrat teaches readers how to cook flavorful meals with these four key elements: salt, fat, acid, and heat. During her intriguing Netflix series, Samin Nosrat travels the world exploring these four fundamentals to cooking. Pick up this New York Times Best Seller and impress your family and friends with a beautiful meal while learning tips and tricks along the way.
Whiskey in a Teacup – Reese Witherspoon
Besides reading and discovering incredible books through her book club with Hello Sunshine, Reese Witherspoon recently wrote a book that details her grandmother’s southern recipes and traditions. Feel at home with Reese and take a look at the traditions of the south.
Don’t forget about dessert! We are thrilled that Sweet Laurel Bakery is our neighbor at the Palisades Village, and we are even more thrilled to learn how to whip up the delightful treats from Sweet Laurel Bakery at home with this cookbook. Grain-free, gluten-free, refined sugar-free, and dairy-free, these desserts accommodate those with allergies while still tasting more than delicious.
What recipes are you excited to make? Shop our entire cookbook collection here.