The Well-Equipped Wine Geek – Cookbooks and Wine
We would venture to say the most Wine Geeks also do much of the cooking at home. They are either in the kitchen or out in the yard on the grill. What to cook, what wine to pair? A good start is a set of cookbooks that have wine pairing advice. The Well-Equipped Wine Geek must have cookbooks that include wine pairings. These books make great gifts for family and friends who love wine and love to cook.
Food and wine cookbooks available now
Buy this book: Chef in the Vineyard: Fresh and Simple Recipes from Great Wine Estates
John Sarich is the culinary director for premium wine producer Chateau Ste. Michelle in Washington. He suggests wine pairings for each of these fantastic recipes, ranging from appetizers to desserts. You cannot go wrong with Chef John Sarich’s pairings.
Buy this book: Wine With Food: Pairing Notes and Recipes from the New York Times
Wine Writer for the New York Times, Eric Asimov, teams up with Florence Fabricant for recipes and wine pairings for more than 100 dishes.
Buy this book: Perfect Pairings: A Master Sommelier’s Practical Advice – Wine with Food
Evan Goldstein and his mother Joyce Goldstein are an excellent duo in this cookbook. She has the recipes and Evan has the wine suggestions.
Buy this book: Food & Wine Annual Cookbook 2016
Food & Wine monthly magazine tops my magazine subscription list each year. These are the best recipes of the year. Food & Wine is always a terrific resource for the cook and wine geek.
Buy this book: What to Drink with What You Eat: The Definitive Guide to Pairing Food with Wine, Beer, Spirits, Coffee, Tea – Even Water – Based on Expert Advice from America’s Best Sommeliers
Husband-Wife team, Andrew Dornenburg and Karen Page, bring their sommelier knowledge and techniques to the chef’s table. A very comprehensive book for the experienced chef.