The Cookbooks You Wish You Could Find at Your Local Bookstore

Tired of the same old titles popping up at the bookstore? Here are the cookbooks you really wish you could track down.

How to Infuse Everything With Kale and Other Leafy Greens

The 100 Dishes That Will Most Likely Lead to a Third Date and then a Wedding

How to Pretend You Eat Well When You’re in a Room of Really Wholesome People

Fancy Sounding Dishes for Lazy Cooks: How to Impress Even When You Don’t Have Time

I Just Want to Eat Food: A Guide to Tasty Things You’ll Actually Have Time to Make

Food-Porn Free: 100 Delicious Dishes That Will Never Photograph Well, From Stew to Goulash

I Don’t Know Where to Buy Chia and Other First World Food Tribulations

One Ingredient Recipes

Make This Non-Vegan, Gluten-Filled, Sugar Dense Cake and Like It

Pick Up Lines for Foodies: Sexy Sentences to Find Your Mate

No More Big Ag in Your Breakfast

Home Alone on a Saturday and Crying: A Guide to Comfort Food

Sage, Fennel, and Rosemary: An A to Z Guide for Using Complicated Sounding Herbs

Make This in 11 Minutes But Make People Think It Took Two Hours

Originally published on EcoSalon

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Comments 7

  1. Daniel

    “How to Pretend You Eat Well When You’re in a Room of Really Wholesome People” = my manifesto.

    • Anna Brones

      HAHAHA! I am so writing this book….

  2. Sara

    Fancy Sounding Food totally exists, it’s called Google Translate. The chapter on French is classically impressive, but some of the Eastern European chapters are both exciting exotic and use extremely accessible ingredients.

  3. Randi at laughfrodisiac.com

    How to Infuse Everything With Kale and Other Leafy Greens – my life. I could have the manuscript written by morning.

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