There are cookbooks that are only standard books full of text and some gourmet pictures. Books that are forgotten in the dust of the house because their instructions are so lame.
On the other hand, there are books that put you into action with enthusiasm. Such books are not simply books, but also tools to make your cooking process seamless and playful.
Here three fantastic cookbooks that will change the way you see and feel cooking.
The first in our list is The Bible of Barbecue by Tramontina. This book takes you into the most accurate rituals to cook a perfect barbecue, but this accuracy is not achieved by tips or recipes. Its pages are the main BBQ tools, it has coal pages, foil pages, salt pages and many more.
Our second book in the list is The Edible Cookbook by Korefe. Its pages are made out of pasta, filled with lasagna ingredients. While you follow the recipes encrypted in the pasta platters, the pages transform into the main ingredients when cooking. Suddenly this timeless book vanishes when you are enjoying your favorite lasagna.
And the third on this list is the Cook Without the Book by Leo Burnett. This book comes in the shape of an apron with all the cooking essentials printed on it. A multifunctional tool that serves as a cooking advisor while it gives you comfort in the kitchen.