Get Cooking this October!

With the change in seasons and the upcoming holidays, it’s time to hunker down, spend time with family and friends, and enjoy food and drink. Check out the bounty of cookbooks being released this month and start planning!

Apéritif Enjoy French-inspired cocktails from Parisian-based Rebekah Peppler.

Baking All Year Round Rosanna Pansino (The Nerdy Nummies Cookbook) returns with recipes for sweet and savory baked goods.

Bestia This debut cookbook by Ori Menashe features Italian cuisine with a Middle Eastern twist.

Carla Hall’s Soul Food  Soul food, with roots in the Caribbean and Africa, from Carla Hall (“Top Chef,” “The Chew”).

Comfort in an Instant More recipes for your multi-use pressure cooker, from Melissa Clark (Dinner in an Instant).

Cook Like a Pro  Tips and recipes from the irrepressible Ina Garten, aka The Barefoot Contessa. A Peak Pick!

Copenhagen Food sheds light on the food culture of the Danish capital, as told by Trina Hahnemann.

Cooking Scrappy  Joel Gamoran of the A&E series “Scraps” teaches you how to make the most of your food, and leave nothing to waste.

Emily the Cookbook  A debut cookbook from Emily & Matt Hyland, owners of restaurants in New York City and Nashville.

Everyday Dorie  The latest from five time James Beard Award winner Dorie Greenspan (Dorie’s Cookies) includes her very own day-to-day recipes.

Festive Holiday Recipes From roast turkey to salted caramel eggnog, Addie Gundry is the perfect culinary guide through the holidays.

Home Cooking with Kate McDermott Kate McDermott (Art of the Pie) delivers recipes with pantry staples and accessible ingredients.

Israeli Soul James Beard award-winning chef Michael Solomonov (Zahav) returns with more recipes highlighting Israeli cuisine.

Korean Home Cooking Experience classic and modern Korean recipes from restaurateur Sohui Kim.

Let’s Stay In  Seattle-based foodie Ashley Rodriguez (Date Night In) encourages us to make memorable meals at home.

Matty Matheson: A Cookbook shares dishes from the Viceland host’s native Canada.

Milk Street: Tuesday Nights Christopher Kimball’s second outing features quick weekday meals with an international flair.

The Noma Guide to Fermentation This highly anticipated guide from Noma’s Rene Redzepi will be the definitive guide to fermenting.

North Wild Kitchen features Norwegian-inspired dishes and celebrates Nordic life; from popular food blogger Nevada Berg.

Ottolenghi Simple  Yotam Ottolenghi’s latest features 130 Middle Eastern-inspired recipes that can be made in under 30 minutes.

Pull Up a Chair  The first cookbook from the “Saved By the Bell” and “Beverly Hills 90210” star Tiffani Thiessen.

Red Truck Bakery Cookbook  Brian Noyes of Virginia’s Red Truck Bakery features pies and delicious baked goods in his first cookbook.

Skinnytaste One & Done  The latest installment by Gina Homolka focuses on meals that come together quickly with minimal equipment.

Sweet Home Cafe Cookbook  A celebration of African American cooking, from the National Museum of African American History & Culture.

Solo  Fear not – Anita Lo shows you that cooking at home for one is better than eating out every night.

Whole Foods Cookbook  John Mackey, the co-founder of Whole Foods, shares plant-based meals to enjoy any time of day.

Whole30 Slow Cooker Followers of the Whole30 program won’t want to miss these fuss-free recipes from  Melissa Hartwig.

~posted by Frank B. 

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