Cookbooks I Love

The Pursuit of Flavor – Edna Lewis

The Taste of Country Cooking – Edna Lewis

The Gift of Southern Cooking – Edna Lewis & Scott Peacock

The Joy of Cooking – Irma S Rombauer & Marion Rombauer Becker

Mastering the Art of French Cooking – Julia Child, Louisette Bertholle & Simone Beck

From My Mexican Kitchen – Diana Kennedy

The Essential Cuisines of Mexico – Diana Kennedy

Sauces – James Peterson

The Making of a Cook – Madeleine Kamman

Beard on Food – James Beard

Bouchon – Thomas Keller

Hot, Sour, Salty, Sweet – Jeffery Allford & Naomi Duguid

Mangoes & Curry Leaves – Jeffery Allford & Naomi Duguid

The New Book of Middle Eastern Food – Claudia Roden

Indian Home Cooking – Suvir Saran & Stephanie Lyness

The Africa Cookbook – Jessica B. Harris

Lidia’s Italian Table – Lidia Matticchio Bastianich

Mexican Everyday – Rick Bayless

Feast – Nigella Lawson

How to Eat – Nigella Lawson

Nigella Bites – Nigella Lawson

Heart and Soul – Kylie Kwong

The Herbal Kitchen – Jerry Traunfeld

The Silver Spoon – Phaidon Press

Larousse Gastronomique

Entertaining – Donna Hay

The New Cook – Donna Hay

Flavors – Donna Hay

Washoku – Elizabeth Andoh

Blue Ginger – Ming Tsai

A Taste of Africa – Dorinda Hafner

The Sugar Mill Caribbean Cookbook – Jinx & Jefferson Morgan

Cooking with Mr. Latte – Amanda Hesser

Chocolate – Nick Malgieri

Culinaria Spain

Culinaria Italy

Culinaria France

Culinaria The Caribbean

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3 thoughts on “Cookbooks I Love”

  1. I would sooo buy your cookbook. Love your blog–slow roasted pork skin YES!–but I can easily see myself curling up with your written recipes and personal reflections, and reading cover to cover. Then, let the cooking begin!

  2. From your lips (or fingers) to the publishers ears! I do not have a cookbook…yet. Thank you for asking Rosemary. This encourages me to keep publishing recipes for everyone to enjoy!

  3. Do you have a cookbook? If so, I would like to purchase one, please let me know.

    Great recipes.

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