A Snapshot from the Cookbook Collection: Winter Holiday Edition

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If you've ever visited Wilmette Public Library, you may or may not already know that we have a COOKBOOK COLLECTION, not just a cookbook collection. It is a well-loved, well-used and healthy-sized (holiday pun?) collection of the best of the best.  Here is a collection of some tried and true winter cookbooks (take a bite for every time you read the word cookbook) to get your creative juices flowing, fingers chopping and family and friends indulging. 


Good Drinks: Alcohol-Free Recipes for When You're Not Drinking for Whatever Reason by Julia Bainbridge

Beautiful Boards: 50 Amazing Snack Boards for Any Occasion by Maegan Brown

Vegan Holiday Cookbook: Festive Plant-Based Meals and Desserts for the Thanksgiving and Christmas Table by Katie Culpin

Cook with Me: 150 Recipes for the Home Cook by Alex Guarnaschelli

Half Baked Harvest: Recipes from my Barn in the Mountains by Tieghan Gerard

Baking for the Holidays by Sarah Kieffer

Gluten-Free Baking At Home: 102 Foolproof Recipes for Delicious Breads, Cakes, Cookies and More by Jeffrey Larsen

Life is What You Bake it: Recipes. Stories, and Inspiration to Bake Your Way to the Top by Vallery Loma

Sister Pie: The Recipes and Stories of a Big-Hearted Bakery in Detroit by Lisa Ludwinski

Maman: The Cookbook: All-Day Recipes to Warm Your Heart by Elisa Marshall, Benjamin Sormonte and Lauren Salkeld

Winter Drinks: 70 Essential Cold-Weather Cocktails by the Editors of Punch

Modern Jewish Baker: Challah, Babka, Bagels & More by Shannon Sarna

Cookies: The New Classics, a Baking Book by Jesse Szewczyk

Milk & Cardamom: Spectacular Cakes, Custards and More, Inspired by the Flavors of India by Hetal Vasavada

The Southern Entertainer's Cookbook: Heirloom Recipes for Modern Gatherings by Courtney Whitmore


We love cookbooks. You love cookbooks. Need more? Come to the library to browse or fill out this form to have a librarian (surprise, it's me!) curate a list of cookbooks based on your interest.  I'll even pull them for you and have them waiting when you arrive. 




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