6 Cookbooks for Foodies
Cynthia Ross Cravit
| December 15th, 2016
Here, 6 cookbooks for gourmet globetrotters.
MADE IN INDIA: RECIPES FROM AN INDIAN FAMILY KITCHEN by Meera Sodha
Preparing authentic Indian food doesn’t need to be time consuming or complicated. A bestseller in the UK, Made in India is a charming collection of three generations of Sodha’s own family recipes. From street food and vibrant veggies to fragrant curries, it’s safe to say you’ll probably want to make all of them!
SOUTHERN HEAT: New Southern Cooking Latin Style by Anthony Lamas and Gwen Pratesi
It may well be a marriage made in Heaven. When a Latino chef from California took a Kentucky girl as his bride, a new cuisine was born, bringing together the best ingredients of the American south with the tastes, textures and heat of Latin-inspired dishes.
THE NORDIC COOKBOOK by Magnus Nilsson
For these recipes, we look north for inspiration. This ambitious, hefty book provides a slew of information on the history, cooking and rich food culture of the region.
BIERGARTEN COOKBOOK: Traditional Bavarian Recipes by Julia Skowronek
From schnitzel to strudel and everything in between, bring a taste of the Bavarian biergarten lifestyle to your own gatherings with this collection of traditional recipes.
YAN KIT’S CLASSIC CHINESE COOKBOOK by Yan-Kit So
From stir-fries, fire pots, soups and more, create authentic regional menus from Shanghai to Szechwan with this collection of modernized classic Chinese fare.
CROSSROADS by Tal Ronnen
These hearty, plant-based recipes from Los Angeles chef Tal Ronnen aren’t the usual vegan mishmash of cuisines, but instead focus on Mediterranean fare, but without the dairy or meat. Recipes range from mouth-watering flatbreads and hearty pastas to inspired vegetables and decadent desserts.