Cook Something Bold Day: 3 Books to Explore Bold Cooking
November 8th is Cook Something Bold Day! This is your chance to take on the kitchen and create something original and spicy! Take some time this weekend to dive into your spice rack and leave your culinary comfort zone. Try something new to wake up your taste buds and celebrate flavorful ingredients like garlic and hot peppers. But if you need some guidance on creating something spectacular, here are 3 books to explore bold cooking.
Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Take a trip to Flavortown with the all-new Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives cookbook. Guy Fieri is known for finding the wildest tastes around, and this collection of nearly 70 recipes does not disappoint. Try some Green Chile Stew or a braised brisket made with a rub of coffee and ancho chili powder.
Miss Kay’s Duck Commander Kitchen Challenge your taste buds with the more than 100 specially chosen recipes straight from the Robertson kitchen in Miss Kay’s Duck Commander Kitchen. Sample savory Cajun dishes like spicy chicken strips and crawfish fettuccine. Sweet flavors like the fresh strawberry pie and coconut cream pie make perfect desserts. Do those recipes sound too tame for you? Then dive into dishes made with out-of-the-ordinary ingredients like frog legs, squirrel, and, of course, duck.
Weber’s Smoke™ Cookbook If cooking outdoors is more your thing, check out the recipes in the Weber’s Smoke™ Cookbook. It is packed with ideas for all skill levels from beginning smoker to grill master. Create savory and smoky baby back ribs with ease. If you are looking for something more adventurous, try the smoked duck and cherry sausage recipe.
Remember, when you test out a new recipe, there is no need to stick to the ingredient list. The tastiest results often come when boldness is combined with innovation. Try a few of your own ideas for a flavor that is truly unique!