Get Cooking! Or, at Least Looking...

Two heavies in the food world announced their finalists for the best cookbook published in 2012: IACP (International Association of Culinary Professionals) and James Beard Foundation (JBF). If you love to cook, love to read cookbooks or just want to see what all the fuss is about in our food world, you can check out most of the cookbook finalists from both organizations. You won't have to spend a dime to look at (and cook from) these gorgeous books. It's all part of what we do to keep you informed, aware and connected to the world around you.

You can view the full lists of finalists from JBF and IACP. IACP winners will be announced on April 9th and JBF on May 3rd.

"No one who cooks, cooks alone. Even at her most solitary, a cook in the kitchen is surrounded by generations of cooks past, the advice and menus of cooks present, the wisdom of cookbook writers." --Laurie Colwin

Here are a few from each category. I hope you enjoy the wisdom and talent of these culinary professionals (click on the covers to check catalog availability):

American Cooking
fireinmybelly.jpeg mastering.jpeg farm.jpeg texaseasts.jpeg

Baking & Desserts
bouchon.jpeg flourwater.jpeg cookies.jpeg liddabit.jpeg

burma.jpeg cocina.jpeg jerusalem.jpeg

General Cooking
canalhouse.jpeg Modernist Cuisine at home.jpg cookbooklibrary.jpeg

backintheswing.jpeg wholegrains.jpeg sprouted.jpeg truefood.jpeg

Single Subject
afield.jpeg sauces.jpeg cookintheorchard.jpeg

Vegetable Focused & Vegetarian
foragedflavor.jpeg herbivoracious.jpeg rootsd.jpeg

Rebecca D @ Central




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