The city of Boston is home to many great restaurants and prolific chefs, and food writers. In fact, you can find America’s Test Kitchen at the Seaport and the Milk Street Kitchen Cooking School in downtown Boston, both of which have published numerous cookbooks. Here’s a collection of cookbooks with recipes to get you cooking from some of Boston’s most well known restaurants.
Soframiz explores the flavors of Turkey and the Middle East with accessible and fun recipes from chefs Ana Sortun & Maura Kilpatrick who established the Sofra Bakery & Café in 2008. Owner Joann Chang of Flour Bakery + Café shares the inspirations behind the restaurant’s
recipes in Flour. You’ll love the recipe for homemade Pop Tarts! Learn about the importance of sustainable dining and the use of local, farm-fresh foods in Fresh & Honest from Henrietta’s Table located in the heart of Harvard Square. In The Row 34 Cookbook find recipes from
award-winning chef Jeremy Sewall, owner of popular Boston oyster bar, Row 34. Chef Jay Hajj opened Mike’s City Diner in the South End in 1995 and shares his recipes that combine his old- world techniques for traditional Lebanese dishes with his approach to modern American dishes
in his cookbook Beirut to Boston. Travel 100 miles out of the city with the CRU Oyster Bar Nantucket Cookbook from the lovely island of Nantucket’s most popular culinary destination, Cru.
Enjoy all the recipes and the inspirational stories of these fantastic chefs. No reservation required, just your library card!