12 cookbooks to check out if you love food blogs


Three Many Cooks The Pioneer Woman Cooks-a Year of Holidays the kitchn cookbook Whole Grain Mornings

Our collection is bursting with wonderful cookbooks! You can find every kind of cookbook, from regional foods, to slow-cooker books, from specialty cuisines, like southern food,  to diet trends such as gluten-free and vegan, and of course, cookbooks by all of the most popular chefs, like Ina Garten, Mario Batali, and Martha Stewart. There are plenty of books on baking too! Have you ever baked your own bread? Or made a birthday cake from scratch? It’s so much fun to browse the cookbook section in search of a brand new recipe, or if you’re feeling adventurous, try learning a new culinary skill. Whether you’re looking for a way to change up your weeknight dinners, host a holiday party, or grill the perfect steak, the library has got you covered.

Top with Cinnamon 100 Days of Real Food The Sweet Life in Paris Oh She Glows

One of the many reasons I enjoy cookbooks, is because of the delicious and mouthwatering photos of food! One of the fastest growing sectors of cookbooks, is those that have been created by food bloggers. It’s a natural progression for them, since they have a proven talent for developing recipes, a keen eye for taking beautiful photographs of their creations, and a story that has already attracted thousands of followers online. Below is a list of 12 fantastic cookbooks that were created by men or women who already have a well established food blog. Check them out today, for their simple recipes, artful food photographs, and engaging text,  and then make a new dish to share, and enjoy!

The Blender Girl Sally's Baking Addiction The Smitten Kitchen Homemade Decadence


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