Everybody knows Books are our best friends because books inspire us to learn new things in our life. The habit of learning good books enriches our mind, says Peter Salzano, a book lover, and popular blogger. In this post, Mr. Salzano wants to share the list of the five best cooking books according to the professional chefs that help beginners chefs.
Let’s learn more about cookbooks.
What is a Cookbook?
A cookbook includes the collection of recipes, instructions, and information about the preparation and cooking of food. Cookbooks may be written by individual authors, who may be cooking teachers, chefs. These books are helpful for beginners or people learning to cook particular dishes or cuisines.
Here is the list of Top 5 Cookbooks:
The Professional Chef by The Culinary Institute of America
The Professional Chef is one of the favorite books of America’s top chefs. This book is also available as a revolutionary interactive iPad edition (978-1-118-12012-5).
The Jemima Code by Toni Tipton-Martin
This book is written by Toni Tipton-Martin is a fascinating historical read. It is not an ordinary book. It’s a heaping helping, a long overdue acknowledgment of African-Americans who have toiled in this field since the country’s beginnings.
Ma Gastronomie by Fernand Point
Ma Gastronomie is a modern French cuisine cookbook written by Fernand Point, founder of La Pyramid restaurant in Lyon. This book was first published in French in 1969.
Essential Cuisine by Michel Bras
This book is written by Michel Bras and beautifully photographed showcasing Bras’s passion for foraged ingredients.
50 Ways to Cook a Carrot by Peter Hertzmann
50 Ways to Cook a Carrot is written by Peter Hertzmann, He is a professionally trained cook, completing ‘stage’ placements in several high-end restaurants in France. Peter Hertzmann lives in the USA and is a regular contributor to the Oxford Symposium on Food.
These are the top five best cookbooks written by Professional Chefs. Peter Salzano says These cookbooks are very beneficial for beginners