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Perhaps you want to take your cooking skills to the next level, or maybe you need to come up with more variety during mealtimes. Enter some classic cookbooks that remain relevant today even decades after their original printing. Clear a space on your kitchen counter for these classic cookbooks that elevate your culinary skills.

The Joy of Cooking

“The Joy of Cooking” has recipes for just about anything and any occasion. The first edition came out in 1931 and it has yet to disappear from book stores.

Mastering the Art of French Cooking

Julia Child’s cooking shows on PBS were based on her bestselling book, “Mastering the Art of French Cooking.” If you want to cook the way French masters did, this is your tome. You need both volumes of the set to start your education as a French chef.

Baking: From My Home to Yours

Dorie Greenspan, a former collaborator with Child, compiled 300 recipes into “Baking: From My Home to Yours.” She covers cakes, cookies and everything in between so long as you bake it in the oven for dessert.

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