Books We Love

Last Updated January 02, 2016
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Here are some of the cookbooks we love, though for different reasons. Some are inspirational and motivate us to be better stewards of the earth, some are educational, some are tasty, and some are just down right fun and entertatining. Oh yes, and all help us cook better. Most are by Tennesee writers, some Southern writers, and others by smart folks who can help us eat better. Enjoy. 

A Southern Gentleman's Kitchen: Adventures in Cooking, Eating, and Living in the New South, by Matt Moore

Eating In Color by Frances Largeman-Roth

Southen Guide to the Pig by Chris Chamberlain

The Feast Nearby, by Robin Mather

The Farm Anatomy, by Julia Rothman

Food Rules by Michael Pollan

The Sprouted Kitchen Bowl + Spoon by Sara Forte

Sunday Dinner in the South by Tammy Algood

Nasvhille Eats (Abrams, 2015) by Jennifer Justus and Andrea Behrends

Third Thursday Community Potluck Cookbook by Nancy Vienneau

Nutrition Stripped by McKel Hill

Soul Food Love by Alice Randall and Caroline Randall Williams

Heritage by Sean Brock

Hot Chicken Cookbook: The Fiery History & Red-Hot Recipes of Nashville's Beloved Birds  by Timothy Charles Davis

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