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Food Porn

Whether you’re a home chef or a foodie who salivates over sumptuous pages of photographed meals, there’s something for you in this fall’s crop of cookbooks

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Huckleberry, Zoe Nathan et al.
These recipes from the beloved Huckleberry Bakery & Café in Santa Monica are divided into helpful sections: Fried Stuff, Baked in a Dish, Hearty Plates With an Egg on Top, and so on.

Thug Kitchen, Thug Kitchen
”Eat Like You Give a F*ck” isn’t just the subtitle, it’s the mantra of Thug Kitchen’s enormously popular and expletive-laden blog, which is about — surprise — healthy food, with an emphasis on veggies.

How to Cook Everything Fast, Mark Bittman
Bittman is one of the few chefs who seem to understand that the American family dinner tradition is dying because most of us just don’t get home from work early enough to cook — so his new book is about getting food on the table in 30 minutes flat.

Ovenly, Agatha Kulaga & Erin Patinkin
Fans of this Brooklyn bakery will be delighted that its owners have divulged how to make some of their most famous creations, such as Caramel Bacon Hot Tarts and Bloody Mary Scones.

The Feast Goes On, Monday Morning Cooking Club
A second volume of home cooking from the six Jewish Australian women who make up the Monday Morning Cooking Club.

Roast Figs Sugar Snow, Diana Henry
Henry’s gorgeous 2009 classic — subtitled ”Winter Food to Warm the Soul” — has been updated with new recipes.

Vibrant Food, Kimberley Hasselbrink
Hasselbrink’s recipes play up the intense colors of the fruits and vegetables she cooks with.

The Kitchn, Sara Kate Gillingham & Faith Durand
Collected recipes from Apartment Therapy’s cooking site, the Kitchn.

Bitter, Jennifer McLagan
Equal parts cookbook and cultural examination: Other countries celebrate bitter flavors — absinthe, dark chocolate, certain beers — so why don’t we?

Comfort Food, Jamie Oliver
Oliver pays tribute to cheesy, salty deliciousness from around the world: Southern fried chicken, toad in the hole, huevos rancheros.