Thanksgiving Cookbooks

Looking for a pie recipe to impress your in-laws? Or tasty options for your vegetarian and gluten-free guests? Then look no further. We've got five great picks just in time for you to plan your menu.

Ottolenghi Simple by Yotam Ottolenghi

“There's more than one way to get a meal on the table,” writes chef Yotam Ottolenghi in the foreward of his latest cookbook. He delivers 130 flavorful dishes that can be served in 30 minutes or less.

Best of Thanksgiving: Recipes and Inspiration for a Festive Holiday Meal by Williams-Sonoma

Both traditional and non-traditional recipes for everyone at your table. Includes an abundant and diverse collection of vegetarian, gluten-free, adults-only and kid friendly dishes.

How To Cook Everything Thanksgiving (Hoopla E-book) by Mark Bittman

Well-known minimalist's challenge: buy all the food in one trip, prepare the entire feast in the time it takes to roast a 15-pound turkey and still have enough energy to enjoy the meal. Are you ready for this? Without using convenience foods, he believes he created a fresh and better-tasting feast than anything he ate as a child.

Sister Pie: Recipes and Stories from the Detroit Bakery by Lisa Ludwinski

A collection of recipes from this quaint bakeshop. It emphasizes creative sweet and savory pies made with local seasonal ingredients.

Thanksgiving 101: Foolproof Recipes for Turkey, Stuffing, and Dressings, Cranberry Sauce, Pumpkin Pie and More by Rick Rodgers

Looking for tried and true recipes, you will find them in this classic cookbook. Learn how to simplify the biggest meal of the year with his timetables, organizational tips and recipes for classic dishes and new twists on old favorites.

 

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