Cookbooks for Wine Lovers Who Like to Cook

Salt, fat, acid, heat

Learn how to use these four elements to improve your recipes

Some of our favorite cookbooks for wine lovers who like to cook

There are plenty of wine lovers who want to cook and match a meal with their favorite wines. These books will make you a better cook. Not only will you discover fantastic recipes but you will be able to tweak or alter a recipe for your tastes. Click on the titled, and you will be able to purchase on Amazon. These are our recommended cookbooks for wine lovers.

Cookbooks for wine lovers

Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat: Mastering the Elements of Good Cooking
Salt, Fat, Acid is a new cookbook, highly touted by chefs. Learn how to use the four elements of cooking to become a better chef. Many recipes are in the book, and the illustrations are brilliant. The author is Samin Nosrat. She has become a celebrity following the publication of the book.

Tip: On Netflix now, four separate shows on each element of cooking. Samin Nosrat travels to four different countries to expand on each element in her book. It is an exceptional cooking series show. Watch it if you have Netflix.

Made in Spain: Spanish Dishes for the American Kitchen
Spain has many fantastic wine bargains. A good Tempranillo or a fun Albariño will go just dandy with recipes in this book. José Andres is one of the great chefs of our times.

The French Kitchen Cookbook: Recipes and Lessons from Paris and Provence
Patricia Wells is the queen of French foods. Pick your favorite French wine and cook up one of her unique recipes.

The Art of Simple Food: Notes, Lessons, and Recipes from a Delicious Revolution
Alice Waters of Chez Panisse fame has some excellent recipes to make from the bounty of your vegetable garden or your local farmers market.

Cucina Rustica: Simple, Irresistible Recipes in the Rustic Italian Style
Italian foods are always popular, and this book will give you plenty of reasons to open that Chianti or Barbera and cook a lovely Italian spread.