So, I was going through the foxnews.com recently and I happened to find an article on the best cook books of all time. Here's a few of them, I thought would be nice to share here. 1. Baking: From My Home to Yours, Dorie Greenspan If you are a lover of "Baking With Julia", then you should be familiar with this book too. If not, then it's something you should go through. Seems like it has the best baking stuffs coming from the experts. 2. The New York Times Cookbook, Craig Claiborne These recipes are a reflection of Craig Claiborne's work at the New York Times. The recipes here are a combination from various sources, but sure are tested. 3. The Art of Simple Food, Alice Waters This is completely based on best-in- season ingredients. It has more than 200 recipes and I just can't wait to get my hands on one of it's editions. 4. Joy of Cooking, Irma S. Rombauer This is one book that I got personally interested in. I'm a lover of home cooking and this book has a collection of all such recipes. Hence, I'm really looking forward to read this one. 5. Marcella’s Italian, Kitchen Marcella Hazan Marcella Hazan, is known to be the godmother of Italian cooking. So, if you're a lover of Italian food and you wanna try your luck on some, then this is the cook book you need to refer. There are many more of such awesome books. Just plotted down a few I liked. Please do share any of your personal favorite cook books here. Would love to get a good list of all the best cook books.