The Washington Post best cookbooks of 2013

By
The Editor
Added
13 December, 2013

The Post states that it was an 'uneven' year for cookbooks, and that the real standouts this year were smaller books with original voices and those that targeted a niche.

Included in The Washington Post's list because, 'This book is big and beautiful. Its recipes deliver Vietnamese dishes without a lot of specialty-store shopping', The Food of Vietnam is Luke Nguyen's definitive culinary and cultural journey through the diverse regions of Vietnam.

Cook the recipes from the Food of Vietnam.

Other books in the top 10 include The Animal Farm Buttermilk Cookbook by Diane St. Clair, Cooking Slow by Andrew Schloss, One Good Dish by David Tanis and Pickles, Pigs and Whiskey by John Currence, all available in our store at 40% off RRP.

Read The Washington Post's full list of the best cookbooks of 2013.

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