Cant-Miss Cookbooks for Creative Chefs
Cookbook If you love to cook but have found yourself at a loss for new, exciting recipes, there are a number of unique cookbooks that can help you spice things up around the dinner table. Chefs with an irrepressible...
If you love to cook but have found yourself at a loss for new, exciting recipes, there are a number of unique cookbooks that can help you spice things up around the dinner table. Chefs with an irrepressible creative spark won?t want to miss the opportunity to prepare a broad assortment of mouthwatering entrées. Why settle for the mundane when you can add a plethora of fun new dishes to your culinary repertoire? Get out your best bakeware and hit the books!
?Living and Eating Gluten Free?
People who dismiss gluten-free dining as a bland, flavorless experience have clearly never sampled the recipes featured in ?Living and Eating Gluten Free.?Renowned chef Alyce Feindel provides curious cooks with recipes for a tasty array of gluten-free entrees, desserts and snacks, proving that the absence of gluten does not have to equal the absence of taste. The book also features a convenient list of the nation?s best gluten-free restaurants, as well as a bevy of helpful tips for embracing the gluten-free lifestyle. If you or someone you cook for has recently gone gluten-free, this book is essential reading.
?Modern Art Desserts?
?Modern Art Desserts? by Caitlin Freeman is sure to make a welcome addition to bookshelf of any chef who views cooking as an art form. As the title suggests, this book is packed to the brim with recipes for desserts that are both delicious and aesthetically pleasing. Each recipe reveals how to create tasty cookies, cakes and confections that resemble masterpieces of modern art. All you need to make these recipes are some basic ingredients and quality bakeware. The only potential downside is that the desserts you make will look so good, you may not want to eat them.?Modern Art Desserts? is the ideal cookbook for chefs with a flair for presentation.The desserts that come out of your oven are sure to make an art lover out of even the most uncultured diner.
?Musicians, Memories and Morsels?
If your passion for cooking is rivaled only by your love of music, ?Musicians, Memories and Morsels? is an absolute must-buy. Arranged by Granite Records executive Lana Grant, this book is a collection of recipes contributed by popular East Coast musicians. From Ruth Minnikin?s Graveyard Brownies to Nathan Rogers?s Yum-Yum Pig?s Bum, ?Musicians, Memories and Morsels? takes readers on a tasty tour of the East Coasts music scene. In addition, the book contains humorous and touching essays from each contributor that will give readers a new appreciation for their favorite artists.
?Eat Like a Man: The Only Cookbook a Man Will Ever Need?
Chefs with a flair for rugged, meaty dishes won?t be able to resist ?Eat Like a Man: The Only Cookbook a Man Will Ever Need.? The brainchild of ?Esquire Magazine? contributor Ryan D?Agostino, this tongue-in-cheek cookbook offers readers an extensive variety of burger, steak and rib recipes, as well as instructions on how to make an assortment of finger-licking good sauces. While primarily a book of BBQ recipes, ?Eat Like Man? also contains unique recipes for corned-beef hash, mashed potatoes and other ?manly? side dishes. If you enjoy having a good laugh while learning new recipes, give this one a read.
As you familiarize yourself with new recipes, you will gradually hone your cooking skills and grow as a chef. To that end, cookbooks that provide you with fun challenges and tasty payoffs are invaluable teaching tools.