25 New Fall Cookbooks That Deserve a Spot in Your Kitchen
THE BOOK: Heartfelt (out 9/29)
The fitness enthusiast—and newly-engaged sister of Princess Kate—has teamed up with the British Heart Foundation and registered dietitians to release a collection of heart healthy recipes. (Although, she told PEOPLE she hasn't personally made all of the recipes in the cookbook: "I would like to say I have made every single one, but I have definitely done a good 80 percent of them.") The book also has a special section titled "I heart date night," featuring some of her fiancé James Matthews' favorites—including a halibut with roast tomato and herb dressing. "It was a very special dinner for us," she says. "It's delicious. James loves it."
THE BOOK: Guy Fieri Family Food: 125 Real-Deal Recipes: Kitchen Tested, Home Approved (out 10/11)
The Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives star—and father of two teenage sons—shares recipes inspired by his family and their California roots. His goal: To make mealtime easy with budget-friendly dinners that are big enough to satisfy a crowd.
THE BOOK: The Seasoned Life (out 9/20)
The new Food Network host—and self-proclaimed "relaxed lifestyle expert"—knows how to make life more delicious. Curry includes easy, comfort food dishes adored by her two young daughters—Riley and Ryan—and NBA star husband, Stephen Curry. Don't miss her can't-fail versions of buttermilk biscuits, brown sugar bacon and mango lemonade.
THE GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF
Bake like you're in the tent! Fans of The Great British Bake Off can recreate the whimsical desserts featured on the PBS series—including new recipes from judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood.
THE BOOK: EveryDayCook (out 9/27)
Alton Brown fans will get everything they love from the Food Network star: delicious recipes, nerdy-smart cooking tips and methods, and plenty of humor. He writes: "It’s my first [cookbook] in a few years because I’ve been a little busy with TV stuff and interwebs stuff and live stage show stuff. Sure, I’ve been cooking, but it’s been mostly to feed myself and people in my immediate vicinity—which is really what a cook is supposed to do, right? Well, one day I was sitting around trying to organize my recipes, and I realized that I should put them into a personal collection."
The country music star includes his favorite recipes for tailgaiting and backyard cookouts. He also breaks down the art of the making the perfect steak and what "proper" Southern sides really are.
THE BOOK: Red Rooster Cookbook: The Story of Food and Hustle in Harlem (out 10/18)
The chef and owner of Harlem's Red Rooster introduces readers to his restaurant's cross-cultural, globally-influenced menu. Included in the book: Samuelsson's Brown Butter Biscuits, Chicken and Waffles and Killer Collard Greens. Brown Butter Biscuits, Chicken and Waffle, Killer Collards, and Donuts with Sweet Potato Cream
THE BOOK: Deep Run Roots (out 10/4)
The North Carolina native—and star of PBS' A Chef's Life—weaves personal stories in with her favorite down-home recipes like Creamed Collard-Stuffed Potatoes and Warm Banana Pudding. "I started working in restaurant kitchens because I wanted to turn that experience into a career in food writing," she writes. "My first cookbook is the culmination of that pursuit. Part story, part history, part recipes."
THE BOOK: Martha Stewart's Vegetables
In Martha we trust. The lifestyle guru's collection of elegant, vegetable-centric meals—like Asparagus and Watercress Pizza—will make even the most die-hard carnivores happy.
THE BOOK: Against All Grain: Celebrations (out 9/27)
Gluten- and dairy-free eaters, this is the fall cookbook for you. Walker shows you how to create delicious, comfort food classics—like Thanksgiving stuffing and vanilla birthday cupcakes—without using grains, dairy or gluten.
THE BOOK: The Sprinkles Cookbook (out 10/25)
The owner of the popular cupcake chain is revealing the recipes her customers love the most (hello, red velvet cupcake!)—plus surprise treats from stars like Blake Lively, Drew Barrymore and Jessica Alba.
THE BOOK: Ziggy Marley and Family Cookbook (out 10/11)
The oldest son of legendary raggae artist Bob Marley, Ziggy was raised eating both traditional Jamaican food and cuisine inspired by the family's Rastafari culture. His first collection of recipes pays homage to the flavors of his youth and the food he loves to cook for his wife and five children.
THE BOOK: Molly on the Range (out 10/4)
The blogger behind the popular "My Name is Yeh" moved from big city Brooklyn to live on a farm in 2003. This book chronicles her life in the country through recipes, personal photos and anecdotes of her experienc. Try her buttermilk-battered fried green tomatoes and spianch and feta rugelach.
Lady Gaga's father, Joe Germanotta, has penned his debut cookbook filled with recipes from Joanne Trattoria, his restaurant in New York City.The book also features personal family photos and anectodes—and a foreword penned by the pop star herself.
THE BOOK: Mozza At Home (out 10/25)
The chef-owner of Mozza restaurant in Los Angeles has created 19 menus geared towards the home cook—with recipes that are easy to prepare, only use ingredients found at local grocery stores and no fancy restaurant equipment needed.
THE BOOK: The Happy Cook (out 9/20)
As a co-host of The Chew and a mom of two young kids, Oz knows the value of having fast, satisfying recipes on hand. Her book is a collection of no-fuss dishes that work for busy weeknights or lazy weekend cooking like her Truffle Salt Roast Chicken and Nutty Banana Ice Cream.
THE BOOK: Dorie's Cookies (out 10/25)
Dorie Greenspan is a cookie master. She's created more than 300 cookie recipes, and is finally dedicating a full cookbook to her favorite ones. From classic flavors to more adventurous combinations (with chocolate dough with port-soaked figs!), there's a cookie to please every craving.
THE BOOK: How to Bake Everything (out 10/4)
When Mark Bittman says "everything," he means everything. His new baking bible includes more than 2,000 (!!!) recipes and variations—with easy to follow steps—for recipes like Baked Alaska to New Orleans Beignets to Gingerbread Whoopie Pies.
THE BOOK: How to Celebrate Everything (out 9/20)
Because even the smallest life events deserve a celebration! From towers of pancakes to the perfect morning breakfast after a slumber party, Rosentrach shows you how to entertain with a twist.
EAT LIKE A GILMORE
THE BOOK: Eat Like A Gilmore: The Unofficial Cookbook For Fans of Gilmore Girls (out 10/25)
Bring Luke's Diner, Sookie's menu at the Inn and Emily's Friday night dinners to your own kitchen by recreating some of these Gilmore Girls inspired meals — of course while binge watching the series revival on Netflix when it comes out in late November,.
CRAIG AND KATHRYN HALL
THE BOOK: A Perfect Score
The Halls—the power team behind HALL and WALT wineries—chronicles their 20-year journey from amateur winemakers in nothern California to receiving a rare 100-point perfect score from Wine Advocate. While it's not a traditional cookbook, the couple shares great behind-the-scenes stories and personal anecdotes of what life is like within the glamorous (and not-so-glamorous) community in Napa Valley.