Here is a varied list of some of the best cookbooks published this fall. Enjoy! -Brenda
The Baking Bible. Rose Levy Berenbaum
A collection of recipes from simple to elaborate from an author known for her foolproof recipes, with plenty of baking advice and gorgeous photos.
Baking Chez Moi. Dorie Greenspan
Impressive but not too fussy recipes for a variety of French desserts from a well-known cookbook author who lives part-time in Paris.
Holiday Cookies. Chicago Tribune staff
Three decades of award-winning cookies created by Chicago Tribune readers.
How to Cook Everything Fast. Mark Bittman
Clear, step-by-step recipes with variations make efficient use of a cook’s time, but some of these delicious recipes are not what I’d consider fast.
The Kitchn Cookbook. Sara Kate Gillingham and Faith Durand
Part cookbook and part friendly advice on stocking, organizing, cleaning, and designing kitchens, from the editors of a popular food blog.
Make it Ahead. Ina Garten
75 recipes you can make ahead of time, including a Thanksgiving feast.
One Pot. Editors of Martha Stewart Living
120 recipes for weekday dinners, including desserts, using skillets, slow cookers, large pots, roasting pans, and more.
Plenty More. Yotam Ottolenghi
New recipes from a London chef known for his very creative Mediterranean and Middle Eastern-inspired vegetable dishes.
Prune. Gabrielle Hamilton
Unconventional, minimalist recipes with hand-written notes from a New York chef.
Twelve Recipes. Cal Peternell
Originally written for his son in college, these detailed recipes (actually several dozen) may inspire a love of food and cooking.