It's that time of the month again! Here are the hottest contenders for May Cookbook of the Month here at chowhound, as tabulated from this month's suggestions thread. I have included the amazon link below each title so you can peruse reviews of the books, but I wanted to clarify that we are not affiliated with amazon, and that we purchase from a variety of sources and that many of us borrow our books from the library. You definitely don't need to purchase the book to cook with us for Cookbook of the Month! Some of us request interlibrary loans if we can't get our hands on the book at our local branches.
Thanks to all for such lively and vibrant reviews, suggestions, dialogue, and encouragement in your contributions to the suggestions thread. Now it's time to vote! Cast your vote with the TITLE OF THE BOOK in capital letters please.
PLEASE CAST YOUR VOTE BY THE END OF THE DAY (CALIFORNIA TIME, MIDNIGHT) ON APRIL 15. THANKS! PLEASE VOTE WITH THE TITLE OF YOUR CHOICE IN CAPITAL LETTERS!
Now, can someone give me a drum roll --or maybe clatter some pots and pans in a festive manner?
BON APPETIT Y'ALL: Recipes and Stories from Three Generations of Southern Cooking by Virginia Willis
660 CURRIES by Raghavan Iyer
SPICE: FLAVORS OF THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN by Ana Sortun
CRADLE OF FLAVOR: HOME COOKING FROM THE SPICE ISLANDS OF INDONESIA, SINGAPORE, AND MALAYSIA by James Oseland
MADHUR JAFFREY INDIAN COOKING by Madhur Jaffrey
Happy voting! As always, it is my pleasure and an honor to be part of this outstanding community of home cooks!
Updated 36 minutes ago | 49
Updated 3 months ago | 25
Updated 5 months ago | 13
Updated 2 hours ago | 104
Updated 5 months ago | 63