“What’s more important than recipes is how we think about food, and a good cookbook should open up a new way of doing just that.” ― Michael Symon

October is National Cookbook Month. In observance, this week we share just a few of our favorite contemporary cookbooks. We hope that they will encourage you to try some new dishes in your own kitchen and stand as a reminder, in this digital world, to never forget the joy of laying a cookbook open on your kitchen counter.

Secrets of the Southern Table by Virginia Willis

Red Truck Bakery Cookbook: Gold-Standard Recipes from America’s Favorite Rural Bakery by Brian Noyes

Cherry Bombe: The Cookbook by Kerry Diamond and Claudia Wu

The Gift of Southern Cooking by Edna Lewis and Scott Peacock

Big Bad Breakfast by John Currence

Summerland by Anne Quatrano

The Short Stack Cookbook by Nick Fauchald, Kaitlyn Goalen, and contributors of Short Stack Editions

A Turn in the New South by Hugh Acheson

The Blackberry Farm Cookbook by Sam Beall

Deep Run Roots by Vivian Howard

“A History of Cookbooks: Does the Cookbook Have a Future?”

In Alabama: The Story of Alabama in Fourteen Foods by Emily Blejwas

@ Alabama Chanin

Join us for Candlelight Yoga at The Factory this Thursday, October 4th. The hour long session will be followed by small bites and drinks in The Café. Find all the details and enroll here.

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