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Cookbooks you covet - which cookbooks are on your wish list this year? Which books are just too expensive to buy for yourself without feeling guilty? – PART 2

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Cookbooks you covet - which cookbooks are on your wish list this year? Which books are just too expensive to buy for yourself without feeling guilty? – PART 2

Breadcrumbs | Aug 21, 2011 06:41 AM

Here we go again folks!! Back by popular demand, a new thread to post our cookbook wish lists and then add to them after reading about what everyone else is coveting!!

After just entering my 1,000th book in Eat Your Books (EYB) I really have no business thinking about which book I want next but of course, when you’re cookbook obsessed, that doesn’t stop you!

I’ve purposely avoided the thread teasing us w a list of books that are “new this fall” but here’s my current wish list. Most of these books were recommended by fellow Hounds throughout the year:

The Southern Italian Table: Authentic Tastes From Traditional Kitchens - 
Arthur Schwartz

My New Orleans: The Cookbook - 
John Besh

Bistro Cooking at Home - 
Gordon Hamersley

Madhur Jaffrey Indian - Cooking 
Madhur Jaffrey

Vij's at Home: Relax, Honey 
Meeru Dhalwala - Vikram Vij

Chinese Kitchen - 
Lo Yin-Fei

The River Cafe Classic Italian Cookbook - 
Rose Gray

Tart and Sweet: 101 Canning and Pickling Recipes for the Modern Kitchen - 
Kelly Geary, Jessie Knadler

Mangoes and Curry Leaves: Culinary Travels Through the Great Subcontinent - 
Jeffrey Alford, Naomi Duguid

Divertimenti Cookbook- 
Camilla Schneideman

Rao's Cookbook: Over 100 Years of Italian Home Cooking - 
Frank Pellegrino

Food & Wine Reinventing the Classics: All the Classic Recipes You Ever Wanted Updated by Today's Best Epicurean Mag - 
Dana Cowin

The New Boston Globe Cookbook: More than 200 Classic New England Recipes, From Clam Chowder to Pumpkin Pie 
The Boston Globe -, Sheryl Julian

Mediterranean Feast - 
Clifford Wright

Jacques Pepin Fast Food My Way 
Ben Fink - Jacques Pepin

Tapas: A Taste Of Spain In America - 
Jose Andres, Richard Wolff

The Flavor Bible: The Essential Guide To Culinary Creativity, Based On The Wisdom Of America's Most Imaginative Chefs - 
Karen Page, K. Page

The Cook's Country Cookbook: Rediscovering American Home Cooking with 500 Classic, Regional, and Heirloom Recipes by Editors of Cook's Country Magazine

So, what about you? What’s on your list right now? What are you going to entice the rest of us into adding to our lists?

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