101 Creative and Catchy Cookbook Names

Recent trends have illustrated individual desires for more healthier options and homegrown ingredients. Redefining health has led to a high demand of new cookbooks that provide the types of recipes wanted by consumers. The following list of creative cookbook names that are currently published will help to inspire your own cooking efforts.

A Homemade Life
A Love Affair with Southern Cooking
A Man, A Can, A Plan
A Man, A Cave
A Saving Helping
Against all Grain
All About Braising
All About Roasting
America’s Most Wanted Recipes
American Cookery
An Everlasting Meal
Art of the Grill
Art of the Pie
Baking: From My Home to Yours
Best Recipes from the Backs of Boxes
Book of Great Desserts
BraveTart: Iconic American Desserts
Cake Mix Cookies
Canal House Cooks Every Day
Circle of Friends Cookbook
Cook This, Not That!
Cooking by Hand
Cookwise
Dinner: Changing the Game
Easy Peasy Recipes
Eat to Live Cookbook
Eat Your Feelings
Eating Life
Fast and Easy
Feasting on God
Fifty Shades of Chicken
Food for Thought
Food of God
Food: Life and Death
Fun and Delicious Stuffed Dishes
God’s Family Meal
Great Food Fast
Great Tasting Potatoes Cookbook
Holy Foodies
Home Cooking: A Writer in the Kitchen
Homemade no Time
How to Cook Everything
How to Cook Without a Book
In Pursuit of Flavor
Life and Death Come Through Food
Life on a Plate
Love At First Bite
Mama Dip’s Kitchen
Mastering the Art of French Cooking
Meatless
More Home Cooking
Mosh Potatoes
My Life on a Plate
Not Your Mothers
Now Eat This
Old School Comfort Food
One Plate at a Time
Our Life on a Plate
Plenty
Recipes in a Jar
Recipes Tried and True
Relish
Salvation Comes Through Eating
Seasoned in the South
Short and Sweet Recipes
Small Victories
Stud Muffins
Stuff on a Stick
Superfoods Cookbook
The American Century Cookbook
The Art of Simple Food
The Barefoot Contessa
The Bread Baker’s Apprentice
The Cake Bible
The Cake Mix Doctor
The Century Cookbook
The Chew
The Family Meal
The Fannie Farmer Cookbook
The Flavor Bible
The Guilt Free Cookbook
The Hungover Cookbook
The I Hate to Cook Book
The Joy of Cooking
The New Basics Cookbook
The Pioneer Woman Cooks
The Pleasures of Cooking for One
The Pyromaniacs Cookbook
The Sacred Meal
The Sacred Plate
The Secret Lives of Baked Goods
The Settlement Cookbook
The Silver Plate Cookbook
The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook
The Soup Bible
The Taste of Country Cooking
The Victory Garden Cookbook
Theology of the Body for Foodies
Thug Kitchen
Top Secret Recipes
Well Fed

Cooking has been around since the prehistoric age where 1.5 million year old campfires have been found. The invention of fire and agriculture serves as a turning point in human history. To more recent centuries where every home is constructed with an accessible kitchen for cooking. The following infographic outlines interesting facts about cooking and its origins.
Interesting Facts About Cooking