It’s that time of year again when the leaves start to change, and the air turns crisp. Fall is officially upon us, and with it comes a bounty of fresh produce perfect for cooking up autumnal delights. If you’re looking to add some new cookbooks to your collection, here are twelve of the best cookbooks of fall 2022. Whether you’re looking for a new recipe to try or want some inspiration, these books have got you covered. Happy cooking!
100 all-new super-simple and incredibly delicious one-pot, one-pan, one-sheet—one-everything!—recipes from the New York Times star food writer and bestselling author of Dinner in French.
The Vegan Chinese Kitchen : Recipes and Modern Stories from a Thousand-Year-Old Tradition by Hannah Che
100+ fresh, plant-based, umami-packed recipes that show the range of traditional and modern Chinese vegan cuisine from the creator of The Plant-Based Wok.
The Mediterranean Dish : 120 Bold and Healthy Recipes You'll Make on Repeat: A Mediterranean Cookbook by Suzy Karadsheh
The highly anticipated debut cookbook from the creator of The Mediterranean Dish website, with more than 120 recipes for bright and flavorful Mediterranean diet-inspired meals.
Nadiya's Everyday Baking : From Weeknight Dinners to Celebration Cakes, Let Your Oven Do the Work by Nadiya Hussain
The beloved Netflix host and New York Times bestselling author of Nadiya Bakes and Time to Eat presents more than ninety sweet and savory recipes for every meal, occasion, or mood.
James Beard Award–winning writer Aleksandra Crapanzano shares the secrets of the cakes Parisians bake at home: the gâteau in its many splendors from the simplest yogurt cakes to deceptively easy bûches de Noël, from nut tortes to boozy flourless chocolate cakes, from yuzu madeleines to rum-soaked babas.
From the New York Times bestselling author of The Book on Pie and The Fearless Baker, a savory baking book for delicious baked goods at any time of day.
Since Cynthia Shanmugalingam was a young girl, she has worked to piece together her sense of Sri Lanka, her ancestral homeland that she experienced through the wondrous flavors of her immigrant parents’ kitchen in London. In Rambutan, these ingredients, methods, and tastes—combining Javanese, Malay, Indian, Arab, Portuguese, Dutch and British influences—come together to create an irresistible portrait of modern Sri Lankan cuisine.
Justice of the Pies : Sweet and Savory Pies, Quiches, and Tarts plus Inspirational Stories from Exceptional People by Maya-Camille Broussard
75 sweet and savory pie, quiche, and tart recipes from one of the stars of Netflix’s Bake Squad.
Over 90 delicious, deeply personal recipes that tell the story of Puerto Rico’s Stateside diaspora from the United States’ first Puerto Rican food columnist, award-winning writer Illyanna Maisonet.
80+ comfort-filled recipes that trace the roots of modern California soul food to the Great Migration—from the acclaimed chef and author of Brown Sugar Kitchen.
Claire Saffitz returns with 100 recipes for all dessert people–whether you’re into impressive-yet-easy molten lava cakes, comforting rice pudding, or decadent chestnut brownies.
What do you think about the cookbooks on this list?
Have you read or cooked from any books on this list? Have any caught your attention? Let’s talk about it in the comments.