Impress Your Guests With These 15 Cookbooks


Dying to try some Renzell restaurants in other cities? Lucky for you, many of our restaurants have cookbooks that allow you to try to cook some of their incredible dishes at home. Below are 15 cookbooks from Renzell restaurants: 12 that we already love, and 3 that we can’t wait to see!

Del Posto (New York)

Del Posto (left); @delposto (right)

Del Posto (left); @delposto (right)

Impress your guests with this decadent dessert spread.

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Battersby (New York)

Battersby (left); @battersbybk (right)

Battersby (left); @battersbybk (right)

You’ll never have to crave Battersby’s pollack with white asparagus and sabayon ever again with this cookbook.

Get it here.

 

Mission Chinese (New York)

Try your hand at Mission Chinese’s iconic chilled lamb dumpings with tehina and lamb geleé.

Get it here.

 

The Publican (Chicago, September 19, 2017)

The Publican (left); @publicanchicago (right)

With this cookbook, you won’t need to sit at The Publican’s communal tables to enjoy their famously delicious food.

Get it here.

 

Benu (San Francisco)

Benu (left); Benu (right)

Benu (left); Benu (right)

Your guests will surely be asking for the recipe for these simple but utterly satisfying Lobster Coral Xao Long Bao.

Get it here.

 

Atelier Crenn (San Francisco)

Atelier Crenn (left); @atelier.crenn (right)

Tired of your regularly prepared meat? Try Atelier Crenn's elegant foraged flower and herb topped wagyu.

Get it here.

 

State Bird Provisions (San Francisco, October 24, 2017)

From simple (or at least, less intimidating) dishes like avocado filled with toasted buckwheat to intricate poppyseed beef tongue pastrami pancakes, State Bird Provisions’ new cookbook will be sure to teach and impress.

Get it here.

 

Gjelina (Los Angeles)

Gjelina (left); @gjelinarestaurant (right)

Impress your guests with this tasteful marinated anchovy, fennel & Fresno chili. Bon appetit!

Get it here.

 

Osteria Mozza (Los Angeles)

Mozza (left); @osteriamozza (right)

Mozza (left); @osteriamozza (right)

You can now finally make that exquisite baby kale salad with smoked egg, crouton, and caper vinaigrette.

Get it here.

 

Crossroads (Los Angeles)

Crossroads (left); @crossroadskitchen (right)

Never forget the 4 p’s: porcini, parsnips, pearl onions, and port.

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Lark (Seattle)

Lark (left); @larkseattle (right)

Lark (left); @larkseattle (right)

Experiment with this tasteful burrata with cipollini agrodolce, radicchio, and pomegranate.

Get it here.

 

Rasika (DC, October 10, 2017)

Rasika (left); @rasikarestaurant (right)

Rasika (left); @rasikarestaurant (right)

Level up your appetizer game with these tandoori starters.

Get it here.

 

Miller Union (Atlanta)

Miller Union (left); @millerunionatl (right)

Miller Union (left); @millerunionatl (right)

Stop drooling over this beautiful nettle and ricotta ravioli and start making it!

Get it here.

 

Zahav (Philadelphia)

Zahav (left); @zahavrestaurant (right)

Zahav (left); @zahavrestaurant (right)

Take a stab at making these crispy potatoes with kale chermoula and saffronella cheese.

Get it here.

 

Vedge (Philadelphia)

Vedge (left); @vedgerestaurant (right)

Vedge (left); @vedgerestaurant (right)

Replicate this delicious vegetarian spread to impress both vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike.

Get it here.

 

Never be without your favorite dishes again! Get these cookbooks in your kitchen as soon as possible--your guests will be patiently (or perhaps not so patiently) waiting.