Category: Cookbooks

A Palestinian Pomegranate Cake to Celebrate Life

Yasmin Khan—longtime Food52 contributor, food and travel writer, and author of the beautiful new book, Zaitoun: Recipes from the Palestinian Kitchen—is no stranger to telling stories. (If we had any doubts about this, she quashes them by tailing her name with the word “stories” in all of her social handles.) This emphasis on narrative is…


16 Simple Recipes from Yotam Ottolenghi

It’s no surprise we’re big fans of Yotam Ottolenghi. We love his recipes for their brightness, freshness, and complex, multi-layered flavors—usually achieved by combining various fresh herbs, toasty, nutty spice blends, and dynamic, umami-rich ingredients (hello, pomegranate molasses and black garlic). How to Navigate Ottolenghi’s Suite of Books Our Cookbook Club Can’t Get Enough of…


Best Fall Cookbooks 2018 – A Cozy Kitchen

1. Sister Pie – I baked up their hand pies and they were awesome. I love this book! 2. Ottolenghi Simple – I love everything that he cooks. Sometimes I’ll go on Ottolenghi’s Instagram and just stare at his food. I love the sound of a book full of his simplified, easy, weeknight recipes. I…


Best Fall Cookbooks 2018 – A Cozy Kitchen

1. Sister Pie – I baked up their hand pies and they were awesome. I love this book! 2. Ottolenghi Simple – I love everything that he cooks. Sometimes I’ll go on Ottolenghi’s Instagram and just stare at his food. I love the sound of a book full of his simplified, easy, weeknight recipes. I…


The One Piece of Nigella Lawson Advice I Live By

I spent a major chunk of my early twenties as an overworked PhD student, bent over a desk, reading books, grading undergraduate essays, and developing a crick in my neck. Cooped up in my 250-square-foot shoebox studio in Morningside Heights, I rarely left the apartment other than for the classes I was teaching. Inevitably, I…


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