By now, a lot of you have cycled through your entire repertoire, and are looking down a bleak corridor of repeats unless you find something else to cook. I’m going to try to post some recipes here 3-4 times a week. But that’s not enough for you, is it? You need help now.
Well, if you need a cookbook, I happen to have a few favorites I would commend to you …
Favorite air fryer book: Ben Mims, Air Fry Every Day
Favorite slow cooker book: America’s Test Kitchen Slow Cooker Revolution (for fancier and reasonably complicated things) and Slow Cooker Revolution, Volume II (for simpler recipes with less prep time).
Favorite Middle Eastern: Ottolenghi’s Jerusalem
Favorite Vegetarian: Mark Bittman, How to Cook Everything Vegetarian
Favorite Food Hacker: The Food Lab from Kenji Alt-Lopez of Serious Eats. (A website which is itself a great source of new recipes).
Favorite Old Fashioned Book: Betty Crocker 1950 Picture Cookbook, which still guides the majority of my cakes and pies. And is loaded with fun anachronism for a little light reading.
Favorite Deep-Frying Book: Rick Browne’s Ultimate Guide to Frying
Favorite Instant Pot Book: Sorry, I still haven’t found one I like.
Favorite Italian: Marcella Hazan’s Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking