We’ve been cooking up a storm over in these parts recently, and while it’s been a fun excuse to try out some new recipes, we’ve been relying heavily on comfort food recipes to get us through these trying times. I mean, sure, a fancy avant-garde meal can jazz things up every now and then, but in our house, it’s the coziest dishes that get the most impassioned response. While we’ve always relied on Ina Garten for recipes like these, she’s coming through for us now like never before – she just announced that she’s moving up the release date for her cookbook Modern Comfort Food to October 6th. Yassss!
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GOOD NEWS!! Because we all need it ASAP, we decided to move up the publication date of my new book MODERN COMFORT FOOD to October 6th! You can preorder it online, at bookstores everywhere, or at BarefootContessa.com. Scroll through for a sneak peek of what’s inside – everything from Creamy Tomato Bisque to Boston Cream Pie! #staysafe #keepcooking 📷 @quentinbaconphoto
This book obviously highlights one of the things Garten is best at – taking classic recipes and making them taste fresh, engaging, and worthy of company. There will be 85 recipes for us to drool over, including things like Cheddar and Chutney Grilled Cheese, Waffle Iron Crispy Hashbrowns, and Cheesy Chicken Enchiladas.
And don’t forget dessert! We can’t wait to try her Banana Rum Trifle and Black and White Cookies. The book even includes a recipe for Boston Cream Pie, a recipe that’s thwarted Garten for years as she tried to get it perfect. If she’s finally willing to share the recipe, we can only imagine that it’s the real deal.
You can pre-order the book on Amazon or on Garten’s website now.
Can’t bring yourself to wait for the release of Modern Comfort Food? Check out our favorite Ina Garten recipes in the gallery below.
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