5 Cookbooks for the Holiday Season

The holidays are just around the corner. Maybe you’re cooking for a smaller crowd this year or perhaps you’re packing up those delicious holiday favorites to leave on a family member or friend’s front porch. Either way, we’ve put together a list of cookbooks sure to keep your holidays delicious and festive!

Feasting: A New Take on Jewish Cooking

By Amanda Ruben

This cookbook provides you with a wealth of traditional Jewish recipes, along with some new and unexpected dishes.

The Artisanal Kitchen: Holiday Cookies

By Alice Medrich

Cookies are a staple to the holiday season. Pack them up as gifts or enjoy them gooey and fresh from the oven with a cup of coffee. Medrich’s book has a recipe for it all!

A Kwanzaa Celebration

By Angela Shelf Medearis

Celebrate Kwanzaa with food, culture and African-American history through Medearis’s book featuring recipes from Africa, the Caribbean, South American and the American South.

The Christmas Table

By Diane Morgan & E.J. Armstrong

Looking for traditional Christmas recipes and decorating ideas? Look no further! The Christmas Table breaks down everything you need to host a successful Christmas celebration.

Slow Cooking for Two

By Cynthia Graubart

You may be wondering why we chose to add this to the list. Cooking for two people? Easy and quick clean up? It’s possible that 2020 may be the only year this applies to holiday cooking but if you’re looking to plan a delightful meal for a small group, this is the way to go.

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