Looking to expand my cookbook and cooking-related-book collection. What books should be in every keen amateur cook's bookcase, /ck/?
Your image has triggered me harder than anything else I've seen on /ck/.
Is it just the same handful of books in every cubby hole, or is it a handful of volumes just haphazardly thrown into a bookshelf?
How to Cook Everything
The Food Lab
>for advanced cooks inventing dishes
The Flavor Bible
I have all three and I tend to use HTCE the most. It has a shit ton of recipes and useful ideas for substitutions and variations, I usually try and cross reference recipes I find online with it just to see if it is a bit nutty. I feel like it gives me some better insight to do this
A Girl Called Jack
Y'all will probably hate her because she is full on tumblr but she has amazing budget recipes.