Welcome to the Eater Fall Cookbook and Food Book Preview. Here you will find Fall releases (September 1 to December 31) that are about, written by, or could be useful to chefs/restaurants. Also, per reader request, you'll find more non-American books than in previous lists; you can find the international section of the list here. Below, the onslaught of American books.
As previously noted, this is one hell of a year for chef and restaurant cookbooks. Just, for example, take October 29: Gramercy Tavern (NYC), Ivan Ramen (Tokyo and NYC), Roberta's (NYC), Four & Twenty Blackbirds (NYC), Schiller's Liquor Bar (NYC), Sorella (NYC), A.O.C. (LA), Alice Waters, John Besh, Pok Pok (Portland and NYC), and François Payard (NYC and Vegas) all have books coming out. On the same day.
There are a number of chefs and restaurants whose fans have been waiting for their books for some time. Gramercy Tavern is an example, as is New York chef Michael White's upcoming Classico e Moderno, but perhaps the longest wait has been for Atlanta chef Anne Quatrano's Summerland, out this Fall after Quatrano's three decades in the restaurant business. Also be on the lookout for Oxford, Mississippi chef John Currence's first cookbook.
Other trends include French pastry books, second go 'rounds at big fancy chef books (hello, Heston Blumenthal and René Redzepi) as well as first timers (Anne-Sophie Pic, Alex Atala, Daniel Patterson, David Kinch). Daniel Boulud has a massive book coming out to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Daniel, there's another Modernist Cuisine book on the way, and Inside the California Food Revolution will tell the story of thirty years of California cuisine.
The Southern book trend is starting slow down with a mere eight books on this list, and nothing has really stepped up to replace it. (Although Portland might over the next few years.) New York City by far has the biggest representation, followed by California. Perhaps it's time for publishers to start looking a little farther than their own backyards? Surely Paul Kahan in Chicago or the gang at Seattle's Canlis or Tony Maws in Boston have great cookbooks in them.
In any case, on to the Fall preview. If there's anything missing from the list, you know what to do.
New York City
By Einat Admony
Admony's first cookbook is for home cooks, and even includes recipes for kids among its 140 dishes. The book focuses on a mix of inspirations, from Admony's Israeli heritage to a more general "fresh, sophisticated Mediterranean palate." It's unclear how much of Balaboosta draws from Admony's New York restaurant of the same name; either way, fans of Yotam Ottolenghi's Jerusalem can look here for their next fix. Do check out a trailer for the book from Artisan.
Artisan: September 3; Buy at Amazon
Katz's: Autobiography of a Delicatessen
By Jake Dell
This is apparently the first book ever written about New York City's legendary Jewish deli, and it promises to be a hefty, photo laden one at that. Clocking a solid 384 pages, the book contains "hundreds" of photos by Baldomero Fernandez while the text covers the history of the deli and some insights on Jewish delis in general (it "defines the difference between pastrami and corned beef"). The foreword is by Adam Richman of Man v. Food and, perhaps more importantly in this case, Adam Richman's Best Sandwich in America.
Bauer & Dean Publishers Inc: September 25; Buy at Amazon
Daniel: My French Cuisine
By Daniel Boulud, Sylvie Bigar and Bill Buford
Here's that big fat Daniel Boulud cookbook you wanted. A collaboration with Heat's Bill Buford, the book contains recipes for the home cook, recipes from Daniel, and essays on the cuisine of Boulud's hometown of Lyon. Boulud told Eater the book is meant to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Daniel and says, "I think it's gonna be a book to please everyone."
Grand Central Life & Style: October 15; Buy at Amazon
The Scarpetta Cookbook
By Scott Conant
This is chef/restaurateur/Chopped chopper Scott Conant's third cookbook but the first one dedicated wholly to his restaurant Scarpetta (which has five locations). Expect: 125 recipes in the restaurant's "Milan-meets-Tuscany style" (including the one for his famous spaghetti with tomato and basil) as well as "sidebars about everything from ingredient shopping to tips on entertaining at home." Check out an interview with Conant in which he discusses the book here.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: October 15; Buy at Amazon
The Grand Central Oyster Bar and Restaurant Cookbook
By Sandy Ingber and Roy Finamore
"Part history, part souvenir," this cookbook contains 100 recipes spanning a century of New York's famous Grand Central Oyster Bar. According to the publisher's copy you can expect "vintage images and ephemera, along with sumptuous food photography." To brush up on your Grand Central Oyster Bar lore, do check out Eater NY's history of the restaurant.
Stewart, Tabori & Chang: October 15; Buy at Amazon
Robicelli's: A Love Story, with Cupcakes: With 50 Decidedly Grown-Up Recipes
By Allison Robicelli and Matt Robicelli
Cupcakes? Sure, why not: cupcakes. Husband-and-wife team Allison and Matt Robicelli offer up the "decidedly adult cupcakes" that made their Brooklyn bakery famous. The book contains recipes for cupcakes like "The Laurenzano (fresh fig cake topped with goat cheese buttercream, fig balsamic gastrique, and crisp prosciutto flakes)" as well as insights on their "edgy, unapologetically hilarious take on life."
Viking Books Studio: October 17; Buy at Amazon
Mast Brothers Chocolate: A Family Cookbook
By Rick Mast and Michael Mast
Brooklyn's favorite bearded chocolatiers are coming out with their first book this Fall, complete with a foreword by the one and only Thomas Keller (his restaurants use their chocolate). The book will feature recipes for American-style desserts (brownies, cookies) as well as some savory dishes, including the excellently named Cocoa Coq au Vin.
Little, Brown and Company: October 22; Buy at Amazon
The Four & Twenty Blackbirds Pie Book: Uncommon Recipes from the Celebrated Brooklyn Pie Shop
By Emily Elsen and Melissa Elsen
Just in time for Thanksgiving, here comes a cookbook from Brooklyn pie shop Four & Twenty Blackbirds. Run by sisters from South Dakota, the shop serves seasonal pies in flavors like "Salted Caramel Apple, Green Chili Chocolate, Black Currant Lemon Chiffon, and Salty Honey." The book contains recipes for 60 pies alongside photography from Gentl and Hyers, the photography team behind cookbooks like The Zuni Cafe Cookbook and last year's winner of the JBFA Cookbook of the Year, Gran Cocina Latina.
Grand Central Life & Style: October 29; Buy at Amazon
The Gramercy Tavern Cookbook
By Michael Anthony and Dorothy Kalins
Fans of this New York City restaurant from restaurateur Danny Meyer and chef Michael Anthony have been waiting on this one for some time, and Eater's early peek at the book is any indication, it will be worth the wait. Meyer's intro tells the history of the nearly 20-year-old restaurant, and 125 "fiercely seasonal" recipes from Anthony follow.
Clarkson Potter: October 29; Buy at Amazon
Ivan Ramen: Love, Obsession, and Recipes from Tokyo's Most Unlikely Noodle Joint
By Ivan Orkin and Chris Ying
Ivan Ramen isn't really a cookbook so much as a guide to ramen. The first two thirds tell the story of Tokyo/New York ramen master Ivan Orkin, followed by a recipe for shio ramen that's over thirty pages long. (And there's a brief section on what the do with leftover ramen components.) The book was co-written by Lucky Peach's Chris Ying; get ready to get real nerdy about ramen. Check out a sneak peek of the book.
Ten Speed Press: October 29; Buy at Amazon
By Carlo Mirarchi, Brandon Hoy, Chris Parachini, and Katherine Wheelock
The first cookbook from Brooklyn pizzeria Roberta's comes out this Fall. (Although it's a safe bet there will be more books from chef Carlo Mirarchi in the future. Blanca cookbook, anyone?). Roberta's will tell the now-famous tale of the pizzeria in Bushwick that made the leap from out-of-the-way secret to packed destination restaurant. The book, written by Mirarchi and the restaurant's co-founders, has all kinds of pizza and pasta tricks up its sleeve, complete with gorgeous photography. Check out a preview of the book here.
Clarkson Potter: October 29; Buy at Amazon
Schiller's Liquor Bar Cocktail Collection: Classic Cocktails, Artisanal Updates, Seasonal Drinks, Bartender's Guide
By Keith McNally
The Schiller's Liquor Bar Cocktail Collection actually comprises four volumes, stuffed chock full of recipes from Keith McNally's Lower East Side bar and restaurant. There's a volume each dedicated to "Classic Cocktails," "Artisanal Updates," "Seasonal Drinks," and "The Bartender Handbook"; it doesn't seem like the book covers the food at all. In any case, the book will have 150 cocktail recipes, so drink up. More here.
Clarkson Potter: October 29; Buy at Amazon
Sorella: Recipes, Cocktails & True Stories From Our New York Restaurant
By Emma Hearst and Sarah Krathen
Sorella Means Sister will tell the story of Lower East Side restaurant Sorella, opened by friends Emma Hearst and Sarah Krathen in 2008. (Hearst has since left the restaurant although she remains a part owner.) Expect: 100 northern-Italian recipes, tutus.
Olive Press: October 29; Buy at Amazon
Classico e Moderno: Essential Italian Cooking
By Michael White and Andrew Friedman
Do you have room on your shelf for yet another Italian book? Make some, because chef Michael White's first book since 2006's Fiamma promises to be a keeper. Co-written by food writer Andrew Friedman (who also co-authored this fall's Paul Liebrandt book, busy guy) and with a foreword by Thomas Keller, the book splits up recipes into the traditional (Classico) and creative (Moderno).
Ballantine Books: November 5; Buy at Amazon
To the Bone
By Paul Liebrandt and Andrew Friedman
To the Bone doesn't seem to be a cookbook (although the official description has it "punctuated throughout with dishes that mark the stages of [Liebrandt's] personal and professional life"), but rather an "exploration of [Liebrandt's] culinary roots and creative development." The book will be released at an interesting time in Paul Liebrandt's career: as his new Brooklyn restaurant garners praise, he has split ways with Manhattan restaurant Corton and restaurateur Drew Nieporent. Expect: fish gloves.
Clarkson Potter: December 3; Buy at Amazon
Inside the California Food Revolution: Thirty Years That Changed Our Culinary Consciousness
By Joyce Goldstein and Dore Brown
The thirty years in question here are the 1970s to 2000s, the decades when people like Alice Waters and Wolfgang Puck changed the nation's culinary landscape forever. Joyce Goldstein, herself a cookbook author and former chef, traces the history of the period "with almost two hundred chefs, purveyors, artisans, winemakers, and food writers."
University of California Press: September 6; Buy at Amazon
In The Charcuterie: The Fatted Calf's Guide to Making Sausage, Salumi, Pates, Roasts, Confits, and Other Meaty Goods
By Taylor Boetticher and Toponia Miller
Fatted Calf Charcuterie was opened by hudband-and-wife team Taylor Boetticher and Toponia Miller in 2003, and now has locations in San Francisco and Napa. The publisher's description of this, their first book, promises "more than 125 recipes and fully-illustrated instructions for making brined, smoked, cured, skewered, braised, rolled, tied, and stuffed meats at home, plus a primer on whole animal butchery." If you're looking for a new hobby, this wouldn't be a bad place to start. Check out a preview here.
Ten Speed Press: September 17; Buy at Amazon
The Model Bakery Cookbook: 75 Favorite Recipes from the Beloved Napa Valley Bakery
There are two locations of the Model Bakery in the Napa Valley; Karen Mitchell opened the first one in 1984 in St. Helena and daughter Sarah Mitchell Hansen expanded to the city of Napa in 2008. This book explores the classic American desserts sold from the bakeries, including recipes for sticky buns, peach streusel pie, and ginger molasses cookies.
Chronicle Books: September 17; Buy at Amazon
Coi: Stories and Recipes
By Daniel Patterson
One of the most highly anticipated releases of 2013, Coi also happens to be Phaidon's first big, shiny chef cookbook with an American chef. The book promises to walk the reader through an eleven-course tasting menu with "narrative recipes," accompanied by photographs from Maren Caruso (who has shot books for David Lebovitz and Gerald Hirigoyen among many others). Check out a preview of the book or watch the trailer.
Phaidon: October 14; Buy at Amazon
Manresa: An Edible Reflection
By David Kinch and Christine Muhlke
Another cookbook that's been a long time coming is chef David Kinch's exploration of his two Michelin star Los Gatos, California restaurant, Manresa. Co-written with Bon Appetit's Christine Muhlke, the book will be "a literary snapshot" of the restaurant with an intro by Eric Ripert. Do check out a preview of the book here.
Ten Speed Press: October 22; Buy at Amazon
One Good Dish
By David Tanis
Former Chez Panisse chef David Tanis is making good on his promise to spend his semi-retirement writing cookbooks, and this year he comes out with "his first non-menu cookbook." By "non-menu" he mean simple, one-dish meals like ham and Gruyère bread pudding or "David's version of egg-in-a-hole." Moms across the country will want this book for Christmas.
Artisan: October 22; Buy at Amazon
The A.O.C. Cookbook
By Suzanne Goin
If Suzanne Goin's first cookbook, the Beard Award-winning Sunday Suppers at Lucques, is any indication, A.O.C. is sure to be a stunner. The book turns the "small-plate, shared-style dishes that she made so famous into main courses for the home chef." (And, since she's a California chef, it's also "full of wonderful, eye-opening information about the ingredients that she holds dear." Sure, why not.)
Knopf: October 29; Buy at Amazon
The Art of Simple Food II: Recipes, Flavor, and Inspiration from the New Kitchen Garden
By Alice Waters
Here's the inevitable sequel to Alice Waters' 2007 hit The Art of Simple Food, The Art of Simple Food II: Recipes, Flavor, and Inspiration from the New Kitchen Garden. This one focuses on vegetables (that's why it's green) and delves into gardening as well.
Clarkson Potter: October 29; Buy at Amazon
Cowgirl Creamery Cooks
By Sue Conley and Peggy Smith
The first cookbook from cult Bay Area cheesemakers, Cowgirl Creamery Cooks contains 75 recipes that use sheep, goat, and cow milk cheeses. Photography was done by Christopher Hirsheimer and Melissa Hamilton of Canal House.
Chronicle Books: October 30; Buy at Amazon
L.A. Son: My Life, My City, My Food
By Roy Choi, Tien Nguyen, and Natasha Phan
From Anthony Bourdain's line of books for Ecco, L.A. Son tells the story of Los Angeles food truck king Roy Choi. It will not be a cookbook, exactly, although Ecco tells Eater it will contain 85 recipes (which is more than several books on this list) and lots of photos.
Anthony Bourdain/Ecco: November 5; Buy at Amazon
The New California Wine: A Guide to the Producers and Wines Behind a Revolution in Taste
By Jon Bonne
This book from San Francisco Chronicle wine editor Jon Bonne takes a stab at posing California's wine industry in a fresh light: the publisher's description uses the word "young" a lot. In any case, the book promises to be both a narrative as well as an actual guide to specific wines from "the continuing battle to move the state away from the overly-technocratic, reactionary practices of [California's] recent past." Looking to move beyond the wine basics and into hipper bottles? This is your book.
Ten Speed Press: November 5; Buy at Amazon
Tartine Book No. 3
By Chad Robertson
For his third book, San Francisco breadmaster Chad Robertson turns his attention to whole grains. Given the monster success of his last book, this one is a no-brainer. Get your health on, bread bros.
Chronicle Books: November 26; Buy at Amazon
Collards & Carbonara: Southern Cooking, Italian Roots
By Michael Hudman and Andy Ticer
Memphis Best New Chefs 2013 Michael Hudman and Andy Ticer bring their signature Italian/Southern flavor combination to print with this, their first cookbook. Recipes run from dinner party fodder to an entire eight course tasting menu; check out a preview here.
Olive Press: September 3; Buy at Amazon
The Southern Food Truck Cookbook: Discover the South's Best Food on Four Wheels
By Heather Donahoe
This is a cookbook, although it could just as easily serve as a road trip planner. Featured trucks include Louisville's Holy Mole, Foodie Truck in Charleston, and the (now-shuttered) Farm Cart in Athens, Georgia.
Thomas Nelson: September 10; Buy at Amazon
Pickles, Pigs & Whiskey: Recipes from My Three Favorite Food Groups and Then Some
By John Currence
In John Currence's own words, his first cookbook "makes a case for the South being forward thinking, rather than back, but, I think, illustrates that we are never unwilling to take a look in the mirror and laugh at ourselves." The book contains 135 recipes and musings on Southern food from the Oxford, Mississippi chef. Check out a preview of the book here.
Andrews McMeel Publishing: October 1; Buy at Amazon
Summerland: Recipes for Celebrating with Southern Hospitality
By Anne Quatrano
Atlanta chef Anne Quatrano has been in the restaurant industry for nearly three decades, and yet this is her first cookbook. Summerland takes its name from Quatrano's family farm and focuses on "mak[ing] each month's harvest a reason to celebrate, in the relaxed yet refined style of the South." Eater Atlanta has more.
Rizzoli: October 1; Buy at Amazon
The Larder: Food Studies Methods from the American South edited by John T. Edge, Elizabeth S. D. Engelhardt, Ted Ownby
The first in a series of books that joins Southern Foodways Alliance with the University of Georgia, The Larder focuses, in John T. Edge's words, on "key themes and tensions in food studies—including race, class, gender, power, and the environment—on a macro scale, and also through the micro stories of men and women who grow, prepare, and serve food." Expect all kinds of nerdery about barbecue, pies, biscuits, and much more.
University of Georgia Press: October 15; Buy at Amazon
Cooking from the Heart: My Favorite Lessons Learned Along the Way
By John Besh
This is New Orleans chef John Besh's third cookbook and his first that doesn't explicitly focus on the foods of the South. Instead, Cooking from the Heart focuses on Besh's culinary education and his various influences, including time spent abroad in Germany and France.
Andrews McMeel Publishing: October 29; Buy at Amazon
The Southerner's Handbook: A Guide to Living the Good Life
By the editors of Garden & Gun
This collection boasts "more than 100 instructional and narrative essays" on life in the South. Included: "Jonathan Miles on drinking like a Southerner; Jack Hitt on the beauty of cooking a whole hog; John T Edge on why Southern food matters." Drinking and cooking whole hogs? Sounds pretty good. (Warning: book contains non-food content as well.)
HarperWave: October 29; Buy at Amazon
A Passion for Bread: Lessons from a Master Baker
By Lionel Vatinet
A rare book from the South that's not about Southern food: Lionel Vatinet owns La Farm Bakery in Cary, North Carolina, which is a traditional French bakery. Want to get schooled in old school bread? This is your book.
Little, Brown and Company: November 5; Buy at Amazon
The Artisan Jewish Deli at Home
By Nick Zukin and Michael Zusman
The Artisan Jewish Deli at Home, from the folks behind Portland deli Kenny & Zuke's, covers traditional Jewish foods with modern twists. Nach Waxman of New York City cookbook store Kitchen Arts & Letters wrote the foreword, and the book boasts interviews with folks like Jewish cookbook author Joan Nathan, sources for rare ingredients, and much more.
Andrews McMeel Publishing: September 3; Buy at Amazon
Toro Bravo: Stories. Recipes. No Bull.
By Liz Crain and John Gorham
Here's the first book from Portland chef John Gorham. (Crossing fingers that it won't be his last; Tasty 'n Sons cookbook, anyone?) The book outlines Toro Bravo's Spanish-influenced cuisine complete with tapas recipes, cocktails, tattoo snapshots, and more. Check out a preview of the book here.
McSweeney's Insatiables: October 15; Buy at Amazon
Pok Pok: Food and Stories from the Streets, Homes, and Roadside Restaurants of Thailand
By Andy Ricker and JJ Goode
Time to bust out your mortar and pestle because here comes Andy Ricker's Pok Pok cookbook. The bicoastal chef covers "the myths that keep people from making Thai food at home" and "classic recipes for simple and delicious Thai dishes, as well as the fundamental master recipes of Thai cooking and a primer in techniques and flavor profiles." Here's a sneak peek of the book.
Ten Speed Press: October 29; Buy at Amazon
Le Pigeon: Cooking at the Dirty Bird
By Gabriel Rucker, Meredith Erickson, Lauren Fortgang, and Andrew Fortgang
Portland chef Gabriel Rucker co-wrote this book with Meredith Erickson, who also co-wrote the Joe Beef cookbook. What that means: in addition to recipes for dishes from Rucker's Le Pigeon, it also contains enough asides and ephemera to give you a three-dimensional portrait of the restaurant. Bonus points for an emphasis on wine. Here's a preview of the book.
Ten Speed Press: September 17; Buy at Amazon
The Photography of Modernist Cuisine
By Nathan Myhrvold
Did you look at the original Modernist Cuisine and think man, this is great, but I wish the photos were 60% larger? This is your book. Watch a trailer for the book here.
The Cooking Lab: October 22; Buy at Amazon
Eating Italy: A Chef's Culinary Adventure
By Jeff Michaud and David Joachim
Jeff Michaud, along with Marc Vetri, is the Philadelphia chef/co-owner of restaurants Osteria, Amis, and Alla Spina, and this cookbook follows him on a three-year journey and culinary education through Italy. Along the way, he apprenticed with butchers and chefs and also met his wife (there's a chapter called "Sex on the Italian Riviera"). For more, check out a preview of the book.
Running Press: September 24; Buy at Amazon
The Taste of America
By Colman Andrews
Beard Award winner Colman Andrews gathered 250 uniquely American flavors for this anthology, "from Humboldt Fog Cheese to Junior Mints, from Beef Jerky to Blue Point Oysters, from Black Walnuts to Peaches, and from Maple Syrup to Whoopie Pies." The book dives into each ingredient's history, with illustrations by Joël Penkman. Watch a trailer for the cookbook here.
Phaidon Press: October 14; Buy at Amazon
A Century of Restaurants: Stories and Recipes from 100 of America's Most Historic and Successful Restaurants
By Rick Browne
Rick Browne, who is the host of Barbecue America on PBS, visits 100 historic restaurants across the country, including "the oldest Japanese restaurant in the country... along with stagecoach stops, elegant eateries, barbecue joints, hamburger shops, cafes, bars and grills, and two dueling restaurants that both claim to have invented the French dip sandwich." Each restaurant entry is accompanied by a recipe.
Andrews McMeel Publishing: October 15; Buy at Amazon
The Way We Ate: 100 Chefs Celebrate a Century at the American Table
By Noah Fecks and Paul Wagtouicz
From the creators of the blog of the same name, The Way We Ate asked 100 chefs/food personalities to contribute a recipe for each year from 1901 to 2000. Contributors include Daniel Boulud, Jacques Pépin, Marc Forgione, José Andrés, Ruth Reichl, Marcus Samuelsson, Michael White, Andrew Carmellini, Anita Lo, Gael Greene, and more.
Touchstone: October 29; Buy at Amazon
American Whiskey, Bourbon & Rye: A Guide to the Nation's Favorite Spirit
By Clay Risen
Do you like whiskey? Of course you do, and so does everyone else: Clay Risen tracks the rise of whiskey over the past 20 years in this guide to 200 American-produced whiskeys, ryes, and bourbons.
Sterling Epicure: November 5; Buy at Amazon
Encyclopedia of American Food and Drink
By John Mariani
John Mariani's Encyclopedia was first published in 1983, and this is its first update since the 90s. What's happened since the 90s? A lot: "From the rise of the Food Network to the local food craze; from the DIY movement, with sausage stuffers, hard cider brewers, and pickle makers on every Brooklyn or Portland street corner; to the food truck culture that proliferates in cities across the country." This edition will also have biographies of chefs and restaurateurs as well as recipes.
Bloomsbury USA: November 19; Buy at Amazon
No Experience Necessary: The Culinary Odyssey of Chef Norman Van Aken
By Norman Van Aken
Norman Van Aken's memoir tells the story of the Florida chef "from the graveyard shift at an all-night barbeque joint to a James Beard–award finalist." Also, it's apparently written "in the irreverent tradition of Anthony Bourdain's Kitchen Confidential," so expect swearing/sex/drugs/rock-n-roll.
Taylor Trade Publishing: December 7; Buy at Amazon
Eat Ink: Recipes. Stories. Tattoos.
By Birk O'Halloran and Daniel Luke Holton
Lots of chefs have tattoos, and this book contains photos of them as well as stories and recipes. Featured chefs include Rick Tramonto, Duff Goldman, Seamus Mullen, Dominique Crenn, Johnny Iuzzini, and others.
Adams Media: December 18; Buy at Amazon
· Jamie Deen's Good Food
by Jamie Deen. Kyle Books: September 17; Buy at Amazon
· The Chew: What's for Dinner?
by Mario Batali, Michael Symon, Carla Hall, Clinton Kelly, Daphne Oz, and Gordon Elliott. Hyperion: September 24; Buy at Amazon
· Week in a Day
by Rachael Ray. Atria: October 22; Buy at Amazon
· The America's Test Kitchen Cooking School Cookbook
Boston Common Press: October 15; Buy at Amazon
· Lidia's Commonsense Italian Cooking
by Lidia Bastianich and Tanya Bastianich Manuali. Knopf: October 15; Buy at Amazon
· Emeril's Cooking with Power
by Emeril Lagasse. William Morrow Cookbooks: October 22; Buy at Amazon
· Giada's Feel Good Food
by Giada De Laurentiis. Clarkson Potter: November 5; Buy at Amazon
· Kitchen Revelry
by Ali Larter. St. Martin's Press: September 10; Buy at Amazon
· The Mushroom Hunters
by Langdon Cook. Ballantine Books: September 10; Buy at Amazon
· New York Street Food
by Jacqueline Goossens, Tom Vandenberghe, and Luk Thys. Lannoo Publishers: September 16; Buy at Amazon
· The Heart of the Plate
by Mollie Katzen. Rux Martin/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: September 17; Buy at Amazon
· Molecular Gastronomy at Home
by Jozef Youssef. Firefly Books: September 17; Buy at Amazon
· The Macaroon Bible
by Dan Cohen. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: September 24
· The Chelsea Market Cookbook
by Michael Phillips and Rick Rodgers. Stewart, Tabori & Chang: October 1; Buy at Amazon
· Cooking Comically
by Tyler Capps. Perigee Trade: October 1; Buy at Amazon
· Maximum Flavor
by Aki Kamozawa and Alexander H. Talbot. Clarkson Potter: October 8; Buy at Amazon
· The Essential Scratch and Sniff Guide to Becoming a Wine Expert
by Richard Betts. Rux Martin/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: October 15; Buy at Amazon
· Payard Desserts
by Francois Payard and Tish Boyle. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: October 29; Buy at Amazon
· 50 Foods: The Essentials of Good Taste
by Edward Behr. Penguin Press HC: October 31; Buy at Amazon
· Small Bites Big Flavor
by Eric LeVine. Lyons Press: November 5; Buy at Amazon
· 1,000 Food Art and Styling Ideas
by Ari Bendersky. Rockport Publishers: November 6; Buy at Amazon
· The Best Craft Cocktails & Bartending with Flair
by Jeremy LeBlanc and Christine Dionese. Page Street Publishing: November 12; Buy at Amazon
· Chef Daniel Bruce Simply New England
by Daniel Bruce and Mat Schaffer. Lyons Press: November 12; Buy at Amazon
· Good Stock: Life on a Low Simmer
by Sanford D'Amato. Agate Midway: November 12; Buy at Amazon
· Exotic Table
by Aliya LeeKong. Adams Media: November 18; Buy at Amazon
· Molecular Gastronomy
by Jose Sanchez. Wiley: December 9; Buy at Amazon
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