Books by Ina Garten (Author of Barefoot Contessa at Home)
Which Ina Cookbook You Should Buy Based On Your Cooking Habits
I am so excited to announce that I have a new book coming out this October and it's called Cook Like a Pro!
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Any serious Ina Garten fan can tell you there's an Ina Garten cookbook or two or 10 out there for everyone. Each vein of home cook can find his or her comfort zone in an Ina tome. And as Delish's resident Ina super fan hello, hi , I've taken it upon myself to tell you which book is best for you—although, honestly, I'm not opposed to you buying them all. Let's jump in. Ina's inaugural cookbook from '99 with a forward by Martha Stewart is a delight to read from start to finish—mostly because it imbues you with the sense that you, too, might be a cookbook mogul with an East Hampton summer home and plus-year marriage someday. There are certainly more accessible recipes to be found her turkey meatloaf is phenomenal and able to feed people , but this one's really for more seasoned people cooks. Everything about this book is as advertised—bb Ina curated tons of fun, easy, and festive recipes that just about everyone could make.