15 best-selling cookbooks to tackle while you’re at home

Cook your way through these comprehensive guides.

4/10/2020 4:30:00 AM

If you’re stuck at home and looking to dive head-first into a good cookbook, you’ve got options.

Cook your way through these comprehensive guides.

to her frequent cooking tips, Ina Garten’s been doing her part to keep us smiling (and eating well) through these difficult times. But did you know she has a new cookbook out?Released in March, “Modern Comfort Food” expands on Garten’s already substantial catalogue of recipes with “soul-satisfying” new takes on old favorites, like Chutney Grilled Cheese sandwiches and Black and White Cookies.

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ADVERTISEMENT6. This must-have bread and pizza guideCredit: Ten Speed PressKen Forkish's"Flour Water Salt Yeast: The Fundamentals of Artisan Bread and Pizza."Yes, everyone you know isbaking bread. If you’re able to get your hands on some flour and yeast, why not join them? This must-have bread-and-pizza guide from acclaimed Portland chef Ken Forkish can teach you just about everything you need to know to get baking.

7. A book of balanced recipes for the Whole30 dietCredit: Houghton Mifflin HarcourtMelissa Hartwig Urban's"The Whole30."For those experiencing dietary issues and trying to change the way they eat, the Whole30 diet is a popular route toward balance. “The Whole30,” a #1

New York Timesbest-seller from author Melissa Hartwig Urban, is all you need to get started with the diet, providing a stand-alone, step-by-step plan that aims to “break unhealthy habits, reduce cravings, improve digestion, and strengthen your immune system.”

8. The one cookbook you’ll need to master the basicsCredit: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt / The Boston GlobeMark Bittman's"How to Cook Everything."Whether you’re a cookbook collector or a complete newbie, there's a good chance you don't already have the 20th anniversary edition of “How to Cook Everything” from Mark Bittman of the

New York Times. Released late last year, this edition expands on Bittman's excellent recipes and deep explainers on all things cooking. This is a tome with something to teach novices and experienced chefs alike.ADVERTISEMENT9. A book of recipes as funny as they are good

Credit: Clarkson Potter PublishersChrissy Teigen's"Cravings: Recipes for All the Food You Want to Eat"If you follow Chrissy Teigen on any social media, you’re probably aware of her reputation for being funny, beautiful, and refreshingly honest. But did you also know she’s an excellent cook? Chrissy published her first cookbook,"Cravings: Recipes for All the Food You Want to Eat," in 2016 and it quickly became a best-seller, garnering positive reviews for its delicious, real-food recipes and hilarious writing.

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In 2018, she released her second book"Cravings 2: Hungry For More," but we still recommend the original for its stand-out recipes and higher average rating.10. An Instant Pot cookbook for quick and easy recipesCredit: Simon Rush / Williams-Sonoma

Simon Rush's"The Ultimate Instant Pot Cookbook."If you’re tired of cooking the same threeInstant Potrecipes you know by heart, let this best-selling cookbook change up your routine. With 800 recipes for beginner and advanced cooks alike, Simon Rush’s “The Ultimate Instant Pot Cookbook” will help you make the most of the food you have while you master your multicooker.

ADVERTISEMENT11. A piece of cookbook history, reimaginedCredit: Scribner Book CompanyIrma Rombauer’s"The Joy of Cooking: 2019 Edition."My mom has a copy, her mom had a copy, and her mom’s mom probably had one, too—Irma Rombauer’s 1931 conversational cookbook “The Joy of Cooking” set a standard for what home cooking could be, a standard that’s lived on for decades.

If you’re interested in diving into cookbook history but still want fresh, modern recipes, check out the eighth edition of “The Joy of Cooking” published just last year. With 600 new recipes, this edition is intriguing and illuminating as it is joyful.

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