5 Black Cookbooks To Cop For The Holiday
Do your tastebuds a favor and cop these delicious Black cookbooks curated by BLACK ENTERPRISE
If you are at a loss for how to put it down in the kitchen, or you want to give the gift of meal prep to a dear friend or loved one, then these Black cookbooks will come through in the clutch—and right on time for your Black Friday shopping. These Black cookbooks not only provide recipes chock-full of yummy ingredients but invite cookers and readers to storytelling and visual experiences. They are one part how-to, one part narrative, and one part art. They are a perfect mashup to have on your bookshelf, coffee table, or kitchen counter. Do your tastebuds a favor and cop these delicious Black cookbooks curated by BLACK ENTERPRISE.
British brothers Craig and Shaun McAnuff created a cookbook chock-full of your favorite Jamaican dishes. Check out the duo’s jerk chicken recipe.
Eat Plants, B*tch
From the restaurateur who brought us Slutty Vegan, Pinky Cole dropped a very vegan cookbook that shares veggie-inspired recipes along with her entrepreneurial journey. If you like chickpea meals, you’ll love the ones featured here.
Staples + 5
Tanorria Askew’s cookbook is more than the typical. The former MasterChef contestant helps cooks use up the staple items in their pantry with 100 simple but satisfying recipes that you can purchase on this Black Friday.
Danni’s Juke Joint Comfort Food
Danni Rose’s cookbook was born from memories of growing up in Birmingham, AL at her dad’s juke joint. Rose shares the stories and the food of her childhood, and they’re perfect to add to your cookbook collection.
Surely the most urban contemporary cookbook in recent years. It’s made up of 75 plant-based recipes from the Bronx cooking collective known as Ghetto Gastro and written by James Beard award-winning writer Osayi Endolyn—and it is visually tasty.