Ixta's latest book has us mixing things up.
Illyanna Maisonet's culinary love letter to the Puerto Rican diaspora is a delicious gift to us all.
When all you have is a French technique hammer, everything looks like a snail.
Stanley Tucci's second cookbook is all about his family, but feels a little out of tucc.
Somewhere between the story of a complex father-son relationship and a simple bowl of lamb and noodles, we fell in love with a cookbook.
Danny Bowien's second book absolutely kills it with his trademark creative dishes and immaculate vibes. This book will make even carnivores question everything...
Molly Baz succeeds with the classics in her gorgeous first book, but struggles with creativity (except on recipe titles).
This week, Fuchsia Dunlop's classic had us brushing up on our wok skills to bring Sichuan's famous flavors home.
Sarah spent the week simmering pots of beans with preserved lemons, sautéing veggies in schmaltz, and making labneh from scratch to give this review of "The Modern Larder".
Sarah spent the week pairing global comfort foods with tasty wine and took a quick trip into some deep 90s nostalgia.
Sarah spent a week making more hummus, pita, and lamb than she's ever made in her life.
Sarah dives into African cooking for the first time in this review of In Bibi's Kitchen — a cookbook that explores East African cooking through the lens of American immigrants.
Sarah brought the heat while recreating some of Night + Market's iconic dishes in this month's episode of Cooking the Books.
Sarah spent a week cooking from the menu of David Chang's first three restaurants: Noodle Bar, Ssam Bar & Ko.
This book is a master class in the construction and invention of the stuff that makes a sandwich good. This book takes you way beyond the BLT and into a territory that is borderline insane.
This book started with a question. "What does the world's best chef eat for dinner?" The Family Meal is the answer to that question and the first book of home-cooking recipes by Ferran Adria, head chef of now closed El Bulli restaurant in Northern Spain.
Sarah digs into Yotam Ottolenghi's first book, "Ottolenghi Simple", to find out if it's for you.
In the mood for a classic? Sarah makes 25 from Madhur Jaffrey's seminal cookbook, "An Invitation to Indian Cooking".