What cook can resist a great new cookbook?
Even better, what foodie/avid reader can resist a cookbook created by his/her favorite author?
The following twelve cookbooks have been recommended by the readers of Nightstand Book Reviews as part of their literary and/or cookbook collections. The cookbooks would definitely make a fun gift to a fan of any of the authors. There are some pretty famous writers in the mix and many of the cookbooks have been nominated for awards. 🙂 If you have tried any of the recipes, please let us know in the comments.
Click on the book title to learn more about the featured recipes.
"Cooking with Jane Austen" – Kirstin Olsen
"Food to Die For" – Patricia Cornwell, Marlene Brown
"Goldy’s Kitchen Cookbook" – Diane Mott Davidson
"Jan Karon’s Mitford Cookbook and Kitchen Reader" – Jan Karon
"KP Authors Cook Their Books" – 11 Kindle Press authors
"Mystery Writers of America Cookbook" – Kate White, editor; famous mystery writer contributors
"The Cat Who Cookbook" – Lilian Jackson Braun
"The Cozy Cookbook" – Laura Childs & other bestselling cozy writers
"The Hemingway Cookbook" – Craig Boreth
"The Outlander Kitchen: The Official Outlander Companion Cookbook" – Theresa Carle-Sanders
"Yashim Cooks Istanbul: Culinary Adventures in the Ottoman Kitchen" – Jason Goodwin
"Winnie the Pooh’s Teatime Cookbook" – A.A. Milne
Happy cooking! 🙂
2 thoughts on “Literary Cookbooks”
Wonderful post about a fun idea! I look forward to checking some of these for recipes and reading.
Hi Mari. 🙂 Let us know your favorites. I purchased a couple for gifts and one for myself, so I’m looking forward to a cooking adventure.
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