America’s best-selling cookbook: it doesn’t
|The world’s oldest surviving cookbook is De Re Coquinaria, “On Cookery,” attributed to a first-century Roman epicurian named Marcus Gavius Apicius.
But what has guided America’s home cooks? Here are the three best-selling American cookbooks of all time:
|Of course, the cookbooks have been updated over the years—pizza, tacos and wraps weren’t on the menu in 1930, for example. A number of the older versions are still in print as well.|
Comments are closed.