Fall crop

This fall has been another excellent season for cookbooks. The ones I’ve been most excited about include Paula Wolfert’s The Food of Morocco, Jennifer McLagan’s Odd Bits, and Ed Behr’s The Art of Eating Cookbook. Those have all been on my wish list since long before they were released.

There are a handful of others that I wasn’t aware of until they were released, but that I now want just as much, especially after reading reviews of them: VOLT ink., Momofuku Milk Bar, The Art of Living According to Joe Beef. They’ve all made it onto my Christmas list, too.

But there was one book that topped them all. I just couldn’t wait until Christmas to bring it home and pore over it: Eleven Madison Park. The reputation of this restaurant, and it’s recent elevation to the 3-Michelin-star level, made this book a must-have for me.

Let’s just say that I’ll be cooking out of it real soon.

What’s your most-anticipated or best-loved cookbook of the season?

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