April 2007 Cookbook of the Month: Your Suggestions Needed
- Katie Nell Mar 5, 2007 07:21 AM
Voting for April is coming up quick! I had a tough time in March deciding on a cookbook that we could all find inspiration from until I decided upon a website, and then it was easy from there. So, here I am in need of suggestions for April! I think my brain is ready for warm weather, hence the troubles!
I'm thinking climates are still going to be up and down in April, so I think it still needs to be a somewhat versatile cookbook, maybe a good all-around cookbook. I really want to do a farmer's market type cookbook (suggestions are welcome for this too), but want to leave that until warmer months.
Classics are always good, as are readily available newer cookbooks. Please post your suggestions in this thread!
Along the lines of "all-around cookbook", what about the Joy of Cooking? Most people probably already have this in their collection. Or what about a James Beard book like American Cookery...
I'm crazy about "Sunday Suppers at Lucques" by Suzanne Goin. It would take a long time to describe it, but if you go to www.feastivals.com/cooksch.php and hit "Cookbook Review," you will see my description of the book. I've been cooking from it for a while, and absolutely everything has been a winner.