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Jubilee: Recipes from Two Centuries of African American Cooking by Toni Tipton-Martin – This James beard award winning cookbook is worth the hype and then some. Filled with a few southern classics like fried chicken and corn bread to orange biscuits. This is a must for any home cook interested in creating flavorful meals steeped in African American history.
Magnolia table: A collection of recipes for gathering by Joanna Gaines – This is a great easy weeknight recipe book for family gatherings or tasty weekend gatherings. If you are a fan of abundance then this is the cookbook for you.
Simple: Ottolenghi – If you haven’t heard of this cookbook then you have been hiding under a rock. Not only does Ottolenghi offer delicious recipes. Unlike some of his other cookbooks this one is filled with easy to follow recipes that anyone can make. From roasted asparagus with almonds, capers and dill to the more filling and equally tasty lamb and feta meatballs.