I have cookbook clutter. I love buying new cookbooks and seeing all the beautiful food photography, but my bookshelves need a break. So I started the purge process, donating cookbooks that I just don’t use very often. There are some that will make the cut for the aesthetic factor (antique cookbooks and my cupcake collection), but I am trying to pare it down to those that I really reach for (i.e. the ones that are the most battered and stained).
- The Barefoot Contessa Cookbook (love the roasted vegetable recipes)
How to Cook EverythingVegetarian (I’m not a vegetarian, but do try to eat less meat)
The Silver Spoon (Italy’s own joy of cooking that has great basic recipes)
Do you have a favorite cookbook?