My Favorite Cookbooks
- •New York Times CookbookThis cookbook is amazing. It's a history lesson on NY Times recipes and the progression of food starting 1850 to the present.
- •Moosewood CookbookThis is my first cookbook. The Moosewood Cafe in Ithaca, New York, changed my life. After moving to Ithaca for college, I became a vegetarian and a cook because of this cookbook. Thank you @molliekatzen !!
- •Cabbagetown Cafe CookbookNot far from the Moosewood Cafe was the Cabbagetown Cafe, another revolutionary vegetarian restaurant. This cookbook has simple, tasty recipes. Love it.
- •Carmine's CookbookAlthough I'm a born and raised New Yorker, I love Carmine's in Times Square. I know that it's touristy and going to Times Square makes me want to kill myself, the food is really good, the drinks are large and potent and it's a fun festive atmosphere. Love this chicken parm recipe.
- •Martha Stewart's Hors D'Oeuvres HandbookThis is a great cookbook for entertaining. I've made many of the recipes with great results. Favorite, those molasses glazed ribs.
- •Sopranos Family CookbookHonestly, I've never made anything from this cookbook, but I love the Sopranos and the pictures make me happy.
- •Food LabI haven't gotten this one yet but I just bought it for my brother and he loves it.
- •Silver Palete CookbookA revolutionary cookbook popularizing French and other European style cooking for the American home. Trivia: the daughter of one of the authors runs Jam Cruise.