Top Cookbooks Of The Year

isa

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It's that time of the year, the list is appearing everywhere. Here's the Los Angeles Times published their lists of top ten cookbooks:

"The Last Course," Claudia Fleming with Melissa Clark (Random House, $40)

"Pleasures of the Vietnamese Table," Mai Pham (HarperCollins, $27.50)

"Zarela's Veracruz," Zarela Martínez with Anne Mendelson (Houghton Mifflin, $35)

"Simple French Cooking," Georges Blanc and Coco Jobard (Sterling, $29.95)

"Growing Up in a Korean Kitchen," Hi Soo Shin Hepinstall (10 Speed Press, $29.95)

"Recipes From Home," David Page and Barbara Shinn (Artisan, $30)

"Vegetables From Amaranth to Zucchini," Elizabeth Schneider (William Morrow, $60)

"In the Sweet Kitchen," Regan Daley (Artisan, $35)

"Saveur Cooks Authentic Italian," Editors of Saveur Magazine (Chronicle, $40)

The Paris Cookbook," Patricia Wells (HarperCollins, $30)


I must say I am so glad to see In The Sweet Kitchen on this list.
 

isa

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Why not make a bread book list Kyle?


I'm already looking forward to it!
 
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I'm actually using "In the Sweet Kitchen" and "Recipes from Home" on a regular basis which is so not me....go figure, my regulars for baking were older Joy of Cooking or Home Ec books on pastries and candies from the 50-60s, and Maida Heatters.
the other 482 cookbooks are reference books.
My dear friend has 9000+ food and wine library (literally registered as a library) and I use that for off the wall shtuff.
I just bought Amy's Bread book at a discount mall bookstore ($5.99)....maybe now I can break out the cloche.
Also picked up Maida Heatters Best cookies....she is amazing.
 
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Amy's Bread is a good find as it's out of print. I bought it just for Semolina bread. I use fennel and raisins rather than apricots and sage - awesome. I also have Maida Heater's cookie book :)
 
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Isa, I bought In the sweet kitchen for my pastry chef.

Today I picked it up for myself :)
Now maybe I get more involved with the pastry forums.

Thanks for the "Tip" Isa
cc
 
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The Last Course (Claudia Fleming) is such a superb book!

I really look forward to trying some of the recipes...:p
 
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The only review I've ever seen of this book was extremely negative. I respect the opinion of the reviewer, which makes me squeamish to try it.
 
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