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My 7 Favorite Cookbooks for Fall

7 Favorite Fall Cookbooks via Babble.com

When fall rolls around I tuck away my summer cookbooks and pull out a new selection of fall favorites. A lot of them I’ve been using for a few years, while some are newer to my shelves. Either way, they all contain some of the best hearty, healthy, delicious food for fall and winter. Since I live in the Northeast, this is especially pertinent; I have a long winter of cold-weather cooking to look forward to! Here are seven of my favorite cookbooks for fall. I hope you’ll consider adding them to your personal collection!

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  • Around My French Table by Dorie Greenspan 1 of 10
    Around My French Table by Dorie Greenspan
    Dorie Greenspan spends half her year in France and is familiar with Parisian cooking as a native. Luckily for us she's brought her terrific French recipes back to America with this awesome book. Some of my favorite recipes: her Mustard Batons (perfect for holiday entertaining), her roast chicken in a pot (photo on the cover), and her spiced madeleines. Her cozy recipes and friendly tone make this a perfect fall and winter cookbook.
    Get it from Amazon, $24.68
  • Around My French Table by Dorie Greenspan 2 of 10
    Around My French Table by Dorie Greenspan
    Dorie Greenspan spends half her year in France and is familiar with Parisian cooking as a native. Luckily for us she's brought her terrific French recipes back to America with this awesome book. Some of my favorite recipes: her Mustard Batons (perfect for holiday entertaining), her roast chicken in a pot (photo on the cover), and her spiced madeleines. Her cozy recipes and friendly tone make this a perfect fall and winter cookbook.
    Get it from Amazon, $24.68
  • Cowgirl Chef by Ellise Pierce 3 of 10
    Cowgirl Chef by Ellise Pierce
    What I love about Ellise's book is how she perfectly marries French cuisine with Texan grub. My current favorite recipes from here are her chicken tortilla soup and warm French salad filled with roasted potatoes. Both are hearty dishes with just the right amount of spice and fun for cold weather.
    Get it from Amazon, $15.62
  • What Katie Ate by Katie Quinn Davies 4 of 10
    What Katie Ate by Katie Quinn Davies
    This gorgeously photographed book was just released this week! I've had a peek at it — and it's simply to die for. Katie's warm, hearty Australian fare is perfect for fall. Just look at the delectable pie on the cover, it would be perfect for Thanksgiving!
    Get it from Amazon, $25.87
  • My Berlin Kitchen by Luisa Weiss 5 of 10
    My Berlin Kitchen by Luisa Weiss
    Released this past September, this food memoir is an awesome cookbook and autobiography in one. Luisa based this book from her personal blog, talking about her life as a citizen of Germany and the U.S. — and sharing all the recipes that she's developed in between. Her delicious tomato sauce is perfect for cold fall nights, and I've already come to love her idea for making an omelet with sugar and jam. (It makes for a terrific fall brunch!)
    Get it from Amazon, $14.64
  • Canal House Cooking Vol. 2: Fall & Holiday 6 of 10
    Canal House Cooking Vol. 2: Fall & Holiday
    This seasonal cookbook series is wonderful for families who want achievable recipes specifically created for fall and the holidays. I love their simple shortbread, as well as their cranberry sauce, turkey, and beef stew.
    Get it from Amazon, $13.30
  • Mad Hungry by Lucinda Scala Quinn 7 of 10
    Mad Hungry by Lucinda Scala Quinn
    What makes this pick perfect for fall is how practical it is for cold-weather cooking. Lucinda's book explains how she feeds her family of three ravenous boys, and all the recipes are incredibly down to earth and manageable for any home cook. We swear, her bagel breakfast sandwiches are just right for Saturday mornings, and her from-scratch meatballs and simple desserts will please busy families who love to eat. As someone with no sons, I can also tell you these recipes work just as well for hungry daughters!
    Get it from Amazon, $15.78
  • Mad Hungry by Lucinda Scala Quinn 8 of 10
    Mad Hungry by Lucinda Scala Quinn
    What makes this pick perfect for fall is how practical it is for cold-weather cooking. Lucinda's book explains how she feeds her family of three ravenous boys, and all the recipes are incredibly down to earth and manageable for any home cook. We swear, her bagel breakfast sandwiches are just right for Saturday mornings, and her from-scratch meatballs and simple desserts will please busy families who love to eat. As someone with no sons, I can also tell you these recipes work just as well for hungry daughters!
    Get it from Amazon, $15.78
  • Mad Hungry by Lucinda Scala Quinn 9 of 10
    Mad Hungry by Lucinda Scala Quinn
    What makes this pick perfect for fall is how practical it is for cold-weather cooking. Lucinda's book explains how she feeds her family of three ravenous boys, and all the recipes are incredibly down to earth and manageable for any home cook. We swear, her bagel breakfast sandwiches are just right for Saturday mornings, and her from-scratch meatballs and simple desserts will please busy families who love to eat. As someone with no sons, I can also tell you these recipes work just as well for hungry daughters!
    Get it from Amazon, $15.78
  • Good to the Grain by Kim Boyce 10 of 10
    Good to the Grain by Kim Boyce
    When the weather turns cooler, I am more inclined to fire up the oven, and this baking cookbook helps me satisfy my family's sweet tooth. Kim's amazing whole-wheat chocolate chip cookies and quickbreads add a whole new level of "comfort" to your fall and winter snacks.
    Get it from Amazon, $18.71

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