Master Chefs

Stretch your culinary skills with cookbooks from top chefs, personalities, and more

  • wd~50

    The first cookbook from one of the world's most groundbreaking chefs and the story of a pioneering restaurant on the Lower East Side--an iconic tribute to Wylie Dufresne’s iconic restaurant wd~50.

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  • My Master Recipes

    Famed cookbook author Patricia Wells creates a blueprint for success in the kitchen with this superb collection of recipes drawn from her cooking schools in France—the perfect successor to Julia Child’s classic The Way to Cook.

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  • The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Come and Get It!

    The Pioneer Woman's new cookbook has everything you need to whip up delicious, downhome recipes that you can get on the table without a lot of stress. Now that's something to get excited about!

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  • Friendsgiving

    This epic Friendsgiving guide includes everything you need to throw a memorable occasion-- minus the tension and stress.

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  • The Encyclopedia of Spices and Herbs

    From the Top Chef host and Kalustyan’s spice store in New York City, an A-to-Z compendium of spices, herbs, salts, peppers, and blends, with beautiful photography and a wealth of explanation, history, and cooking advice.

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  • The Blue Apron Cookbook

    The Joy of Cooking for a new generation: A collection of easy-to-make, delicious, and original recipes from the kitchens of Blue Apron—the beloved national meal-delivery service—featuring 165 step-by-step, delicious dishes.

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  • Finding the Flavors We Lost

    We hear the word “artisanal” all the time—attached to cheese, chocolate, coffee, even fast-food chain sandwiches—but what does it actually mean?

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  • Ingredient

    Ingredient isn’t a book of recipes, nor is it a definitive treatise on the science of the kitchen. It’s an illustrated guide to visualizing and controlling food’s invisible moving parts, regardless of your skill level or how you like to cook.

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  • Appetites

    Appetites, in addition to presenting an eclectic, expletive-laden portrait of one’s family’s fare, is also a really great cookbook.” --BookForum

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  • Mastering the Art of Japanese Home Cooking

    A revered Iron Chef shows us how to make flavorful, exciting traditional Japanese dishes at home.

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  • Cooking for Friends

    This is food made for sharing and enjoying at home. With Cooking for Friends, good times are guaranteed.

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  • Patisserie at Home

    Understand, learn & master one hundred pure pâtisserie recipes forty basic recipes to assemble into gâteaux, desserts, pastries, and more.

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  • Bianco

    The highly anticipated cookbook from the chef behind "the best pizza in America"

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  • The 420 Gourmet

    JeffThe420Chef, dubbed “The Julia Child of Weed” by The Daily Beast, provides a smart, sophisticated, and beautifully illustrated guide to cooking with cannabis—for an age of expanded mainstream access to maijuana for both medical and recreational use.

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  • Egg Shop

    “A best new cookbook for spring… from the classic NYC brunch hotspot, comes an equally amazing cookbook which combines all the best flavors of the establishment’s acclaimed menu.” --Domino.com

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  • How to Cake It

    From the wildly popular YouTube sensation How to Cake It comes an inspiring “cakebook” with recipes and simple instructions for brightly colored, completely realistic novelty cakes for all skill levels.

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