Episode 100: 100 Things to Love About Cookbooks
Episode 100: 100 Things to Love About Cookbooks

Welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today is episode 100!

The plan for today’s show is to list for you 100 “things” to love about cookbooks. So enjoy this episode as I run though features, people, topics, and more – all components of a cookbook that I love.

  1. Recipes
  2. Stories
  3. History lessons
  4. Illustration
  5. Photographs
  6. Ingredient discovery
  7. How to use ingredients
  8. Techniques
  9. Flavor building
  10. Boxed tips
  11. Mistakes to avoid
  12. Chef tips
  13. Pro tips
  14. Pantry lists
  15. Glossaries
  16. Shopping lists
  17. Endpapers
  18. Foreward
  19. Acknowledgments
  20. Index
  21. Introductions
  22. Table of Contents
  23. Charts for measurements
  24. Equivalents
  25. Conversions
  26. Substitutions
  27. Recipe writing style
  28. Action method recipes
  29. Formula recipes
  30. Ratio recipes
  31. Step by step photos
  32. Ingredient photos
  33. Photos of people and cooks
  34. Dust jacket
  35. Casing
  36. Trim Size
  37. ISBN
  38. Bar codes
  39. Copyright
  40. Paper selection
  41. Paper edging
  42. Book design
  43. Fonts
  44. Recipe and page layouts
  45. Authors
  46. Chefs
  47. Home cooks
  48. Home economists
  49. Bloggers
  50. Celebrities
  51. Farmers and growers
  52. Dietitians
  53. Doctors
  54. Photographers
  55. Agents
  56. Acquisition editors
  57. Production editors
  58. Line or copy editors
  59. Indexer
  60. Printer
  61. Marketer
  62. Public relations expert
  63. Book packagers
  64. Book distributors
  65. Booksellers
  66. Readers 
  67. Publishers
  68. Cookbook stores
  69. Bookstores
  70. Online book shopping
  71. Series cookbooks
  72. Collectible cookbooks
  73. Collecting cookbooks
  74. Indian
  75. Asian
  76. European
  77. African
  78. South American
  79. North American
  80. Australia
  81. Antarctica
  82. Dictionaries
  83. Tip books
  84. Single-subject
  85. Restaurant
  86. Inns
  87. Cafes
  88. Meal courses
  89. Appliances
  90. Cooking technique
  91. Baking
  92. Health
  93. Healing
  94. Chronic disease
  95. Regional
  96. States 
  97. Countries
  98. First books by authors
  99. Historic
  100. Food fundamentals
  101. All-purpose
  102. Cooking schools
  103. Armchair travel
  104. Road trips
  105. Essay or narrative
  106. Menus 
  107. Meal Plans

 

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