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The Gift That Keeps On Giving

December 10th, 2010 - By Lari Robling

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Looking for a gift that can be used all year? Nach Waxman from the Kitchen Arts & Letters shop in New York City joins us to create our holiday cookbook list with an emphasis on creating delicious, healthy dishes at home.


2010 Holiday Cookbook Gift Guide

From Nach Waxman, owner Kitchen Arts & Letters, New York

  • Radically Simple: Brilliant Flavors with Breathtaking Ease
    by Rozanne Gold
  • Eat Fresh Food, Awesome Recipes for Teen Chefs
    by Rozanne Gold
  • Plenty: Good Uncomplicated Food for the Sustainable Kitchen
    by Diana Henry
  • Heart of the Artichoke and Other Kitchen Journeys
    by David Tanis
  • My Calabria: Rustic Family Cooking from Italy’s Undiscovered South
    by Rossetta Costantino, Janet Fletcher and Shelley Lindgren
  • As Always, Julia: The Letters of Julia Child and Avis DeVoto
    edited by Joan Reardon

Check out Lari Robling’s cookbook recommendations in Kitchen Wisdom, and tell us what your favorites are, and why below!

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