Best Cookbook Recipes
Last year's best cookbooks and recipes are named.
Best of the Best Cookbook Recipes
From the editors of Food & Wine
Dana Cowin, F&W editor-in-chief since 1995, and Kate Heddings, F&W Cookbooks editor, had gone through hundreds of cookbooks and recipes to come up with this, a noteworthy collection of the crème of the crop—the best recipes from the 25 best cookbooks of 2009. It took the F&W Test Kitchen 60 chickens, 40 pounds of potatoes and 15 pounds of sugar to come up with this elusive list which includes the books of baking masters Flo Braker (“Baking for All Occassions”) and Cindy Mushet (“The Art and Soul of Baking”), TV chefs Mario Batali (“Italian Grill”), Giada de Laurentiis (“Giada’s Kitchen”), and Bobby Flay (“Grill It!”), and world-renowned chefs Charlie Trotter (“Home Cooking with Charlie Trotter”) and Joel Robuchon (“The Complete Robuchon). This sure is value for money as it not only guarantees great-tasting dishes, buts also saves you from buying all 25 cookbooks.
Recipes that piqued our taste buds: Trufflewiches by Flo Braker, Buttermilk Bacon Pralines by Martha Hall Foose, Cauliflower Crostni by Frank Stitt, Green gazpacho with Crabmeat by David Waltuck and Andrew Friedman, and Sweet and Salty Cake by Matt Lewis.
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