This post focuses on the top 10 cookbooks to make sure to include in a cookbook collection. For someone interested in cookbook collecting, this will give you a head start on the basic books to include as the foundation of your collection. These are the more mainstream cookbooks of the past. They may not necessarily be the most valuable of cookbooks as many antique cookbooks, signed cookbooks and cookbooks of present day often fetch higher prices, but these are are definitely the basis of a solid collection. Some of these books have been reviewed in-depth in this blog with their collectibility ratings for anyone interested in more detail. I have included some of the top-level information for each below as well as links for those which have been rated in earlier blog postings.
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Next time you’re at a bookstore, check out the vegetarian cookbook section. You will likely be overwhelmed by the huge array of vegan cookbooks. On there are hundreds. But when you’re looking to invest in just one or two, figuring out which is the best out there can be tough. To help you out, we’ve compiled this list of Top 10 Vegan Cookbooks.
German cuisine is mainly known for its regional variation and versatility. German Cook books offer some of the most traditional as well as contemporary recipes with easy to follow instructions along with small anecdotes, stories and brief history of cuisine, ingredients and recipes. Here are the top 10 cook books recommended by expert chefs which are considered to be a must-read for anyone interested in German foods.