5 Cookbooks That Will Give You Dinner Party Inspo

‘Tis the season for potlucks, friendsgivings, and cookie swaps! If you’re feeling a lack of inspiration this year, don’t worry, our shelves are filled with ideas! Pick up a cookbook or two for everything you need to nail your holiday event!


Cooking for Good Times

Paul Kahan

This title speaks for itself! Cooking for Good Times shares chef Paul Kahan's best secrets for low-stress cooking for friends and family, using his program of twelve basic actions to mix and match mains, grains, and veggies.


Gluten-Free Baking At Home

Jeffrey Larsen

It's great to have a gluten-free option on your holiday table, and this book is packed with all of the recipe options you could want—from breads to cakes to cookies, and more! Gluten-free friends will certainly be thankful for the allergen-free addition!


Nothing Fancy

Alison Roman

It's not entertaining, it's having people over. Alison Roman, New York Times columnist and author of Dining In, helps you nail dinner with unfussy food, unstuffy vibes, and the permission to be imperfect, in her new cookbook.


Where Cooking Begins

Carla Lalli Music

You know Carla Lalli Music from Bon Appétit, namely her incredible back-to-back cooking videos. In Where Cooking Begins, she shares her modern approach to cooking with fresh, flexible recipes that your guests are sure to enjoy!


The Goodful Cookbook


The popular Buzzfeed vertical Goodful is here with their first cookbook, just in time for the holidays! The Goodful Cookbook is full of fan-favorites from their channels, over 125 recipes that make everyday meals a nourishing, mindful experience.

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