As Denver hunkers down at home during this virus crisis the opportunity to try out new recipes. We’ve compiled a list of the best cookbooks for meat lovers or anyone that wants to try out these dishes.
From Crook to Cook: Platinum Recipes from Tha Boss Dogg’s Kitchen
How does Lobster Thermidor or Filet Mignon with a side of baked mac & cheese? This is not your standard cookbook especially with recipes for fried bologna sandwiches. Who says celebrity cookbooks have to be boring?
Tasty Every Day: All of the Flavor, None of the Fuss (An Official Tasty Cookbook)
This is the perfect cookbook for when you don’t feel like cooking. Simple one-pot wonder recipes include shredded chicken tacos and caramelized lemon parsley shrimp.
Binging with Babish: 100 Recipes Recreated from Your Favorite Movies and TV Shows
Self-isolation means you are probably hungry for more than just good tv shows. This cookbook is for those that want to try out those recipes they see in their favorite films and tv shows. Try your hand at the beef bourguignon from Julie & Julia, or the babka featured in the sitcom Seinfeld.
Pasta Grannies: The Official Cookbook: The Secrets of Italy’s Best Home Cooks
Who wouldn’t want to eat an Italian dish cooked by a Pasta Grannie? Try out these time-tested recipes like a robust meat sauce or pasta primavera.
Dark Side of the Spoon: The Rock Cookbook
What happens when you combine rock bands, illustrations and some of the most rockin’ recipes you’ve never tried? Dark Side of the Spoon’s inspired rock band dishes includes Smashing Pumpkin Pie, Fleetwood Mac and Cheese, and Primal Bream.
The Bob’s Burgers Book: Real Recipes for Joke Burgers
Finally, your favorite show with joke burgers can become a reality! The Bob’s Burgers Burger Book features seventy-five original recipes that may or may not be a crowd-pleaser.
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