If one of your New Year’s resolutions for 2023 is to cook more and rely less on takeout, I’ve got you covered. Below, you’ll find six of 2022’s most popular cookbooks, which will have you eating better, creating memories around family meals and saving money on UberEats and DoorDash.
Smitten Kitchen Keepers is a collection of recipes your family will want to eat again and again. Try the Turkey Meatloaf for Skeptics with Crushed Ranch-y Potatoes or the Luxe S’Mores Bars.
Tieghan of Half Baked Harvest creates some of my favorite recipes. Just this week at my house, we’ve made the Chili Crisp Chicken Mango Cucumber Rice Bowl and Sheet Pan Lemon Chicken with Sweet Potatoes and Avocado Goddess Sauce. I’ll be putting the Goddess Sauce on everything for the foreseeable future. But I’ve yet to try her Every Day Cookbook. Add to cart!
Go-To Dinners is a collection of satisfying and uncomplicated recipes. What busy mom doesn’t need that?
The Vegan Chinese Kitchen includes 100+ fresh, plant-based, umami-packed recipes that show the range of traditional and modern Chinese vegan cuisine from the creator of The Plant-Based Wok.
I received my first Le Cruest Cast Iron Pot for Christmas this year and I’m excited to cook some new recipes from Dinner in One in it! Book also includes sheet pan and skillet recipes.
Via Carota is a collection of impossibly flavorful, vegetable-centric Italian dishes, from Fresh Pasta Squares with Fava Pesto to Meyer Lemon Risotto. All from the beloved NYC restaurant of the same name.
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