It’s that time of year again! You’ve gone through your list and checked it twice… yet there are still a few friends and family members left and you don’t know what to get for them. How about a cookbook? I always say this, but I think cookbooks make the best gifts because there’s always one to suit every taste. Or maybe I just say this because I personally love (and love to hoard) cookbooks!
Anyway, here are my favorites from this past year. Many I’ve written about before, many you’ll hear more about in the next few months. They’re all pretty veggie-forward (the ones that aren’t still have interesting vegetable options). So if you like our blog (and book!) I think you and your loved ones will love these cookbooks too!
The Love & Lemons Cookbook by yours truly
The First Mess by Laura Wright
Love Real Food by Kathryne Taylor of Cookie & Kate
Naturally Vegetarian by Valentina Solfrini of Hortus Cuisine
One Part Plant by Jessica Murnane
In my Kitchen by Deborah Madison
Bowls of Goodness by Nina Olsson of Nourish Atelier
The Savvy Cook by Izy Hossack of Top with Cinnamon
Naturally Nourished by Sarah Britton of My New Roots
The Moosewood Restaurant Table
Deliciously Beautiful Books:
Weeknight Cooking (with good veggie options):
I’m currently devouring:
The Sweet Spot: Dialing Back Sugar and Amping Up Flavor by former White House Pastry Chef, Bill Yosses
Downtime by Nadine Levy Redzepi (wife of Noma chef, Rene Redzepi)
Smitten Kitchen Everyday by Deb Perelman
Looking forward to (available for pre-order):
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