The Best Cookbook Lists Just Keep on Coming

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I know it’s that time of year. But, I’m already suffering from a case of Best Burnout. Best cookbook posts are everywhere. I’m not suggesting that these aren’t well written and thoughtful pieces. It’s just that there’s a swarm of them.

I was hoping to write a post highlighting some of my own choices for the best cookbooks of 2011. But, I’m not sure I really want to be just tossed on top of the already heaping pile of posts. I almost feel obligated. After all, the name of this site is cookbookman.com.  I’ll think about it and get back to you.

In the meantime, there were a bunch of best lists posted in the past week or so. You can check out some of the selections right here. Of course, there are some regular, old fashioned cookbook reviews mixed in there too.


An Official Interview About The Unofficial Mad Men CookbookThe Must-Have Cookbooks of 2011A cookbook for everyone on your gift list
Cookbook Of The Week: Desserts by Michel Roux + A Chocolate-Almond Rochers RecipeWhen cookbooks and farmers markets collideThe best baking cookbooks for holiday giving, for anyone who's been naughty or nice
my favorite cookbooks of 2011 – and a giveaway!Booksellers’ picks of the year: cookbooksCookbooks to get you bakingFavorite Cookbooks of 2011Cookbooks for those who know their own tastesChristmas cookies: This season brings a fresh batch of scrumptious cookie cookbooksThere's a cookbook for every special person in your lifeHoliday haul


Now that should give you a pretty good idea of what to buy for the cookbook enthusiast on your list this holiday season.

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