Remember how I recently shared that I broke my right wrist three years ago? Ironically, a few days after I wrote that post, I found out I broke a bone in my right hand from another fall. So, my dominant hand is back in a cast for 4-6 weeks. This time the cast is purple. To comfort myself, I splurged on some non-dairy frozen dessert. I also have spent too much time thumbing through my cookbooks, longing for the time when I can afford to get my right hand dirty again. And just because I like to tease myself, I have found even more cookbooks I would like to add to my collection.
Radically Simple: Brilliant Flavors with Breathtaking Ease by Rozanne Gold
Things I look for in recipes: easy-to-follow directions, simple and minimal ingredients, great flavor combinations. Check, check and check.
Not a true cookbook but definitely a cooking inspiration book, this one just perpetuates my obsession with the man from MO.
The Chicago Diner Cookbook by Jo A. Kaucher
I finally went to this famous meat-free restaurant last weekend, and it was just as good as I hoped. Now, I want to eat there all the time, and this cookbook could help satisfy my cravings.
What other cookbooks should I add to my list?