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Amazon's Best Cookbooks 2011: Essential Pepin, Milk Bar

Cookbook season's not nearly over — Eleven Madison Park comes out in a couple of days — but that's going to get in the way of important business like end-of-year listicles. Amazon released their Best Books of 2011 list, and below you will find their selections from the Cooking, Food & Wine section. It's a decent list: remember, Modernist Cuisine came out this year, so that's going to popping up on a bunch of year-end lists, and books like Essential Pepin and The Cooks Illustrated Cookbook that are compilations of decades of food writing are going to be shoe-ins for this kind of thing. Also include: Christina Tosi's Milk Bar, Gabrielle Hamilton's Blood, Bones & Butter, and The Oxford Companion to Beer. Anything missing? Leave 'em in the comments.

Amazon's Best Books of 2011: Cooking, Food & Wine

· Modernist Cuisine, by Nathan Myhrvold, Maxime Billet and Chris Young
· Blood, Bones & Butter, by Gabrielle Hamilton
· The Oxford Companion to Beer, edited by Garrett Oliver and Horst Dornbusch
· The Cooks Illustrated Cookbook, by the editors of Cooks Illustrated
· Essential Pepin, by Jacques Pepin
· Good Eats 3, the Later Years by Alton Brown
· Bitters: A Spirited History of a Classic Cure-All, by Brad Thomas Parsons
· The Homesick Texan Cookbook, by Lisa Fain
· Momofuku Milk Bar by Christina Tosi
· Plenty: Vibrant Recipes from London's Ottolenghiby Yotam Ottolenghi

· Best Books of 2011: Cooking, Food & Wine [Amazon via Eater Seattle]
· All Cookbook Coverage on Eater [-E-]

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