Some cookbooks you buy because you like the author’s cooking style (e.g. Plenty), others you buy to learn more about a specific topic (Hello, my name is ice cream), others you buy to open doors to a world you...
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If you’re interested in food, and science, you probably want to learn even more than what we have on our website or try your hand at some of those great techniques. That’s why we review books that will help you learn something new why we test pieces of equipment. You can find all of them by scrolling down but we’ve made it a little easier by pulling out a few of our favorites and listing them here for you.
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We love reading books to learn about a cuisine, a technique or just about the science of food in general. Here’s a list of our reviews sorted by topic.
Want food science to be front and center of the book, then On Food and Cooking and the Food Lab are your go-to books.
Interested to learn more about what and why we eat. First Bite and the Dorito Effect are some of our favorite recommendations.
Want to buy a book on bread making? We’ve got a great guide to help you figure out what book may be a good fit for you.
Our current favorite ice cream book is the one by Dana Cree.
Looking for a cookbook to learn new skills or new recipes, you might want to read our review on Sweet & Plenty by Yotam Ottolenghi or the books Greek and Curry Guy.
Seeing science come to live is great and even though you can do that with your regular kitchen appliances (oven, stove, freezer, etc.) there are some things that can help you explore new areas.
ps. Looking for gifts? We’ve got a gift guide that also includes links to a lot of our reviews.