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#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • A collection of all-new soul-satisfying dishes from America’s favorite home cook!

NAMED ONE OF THE BEST COOKBOOKS OF THE YEAR BY The New York Times Book Review Food Network The Washington Post • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Town & Country

In  Modern Comfort Food, Ina Garten shares 85 new recipes that will feed your deepest cravings. Many of these dishes are inspired by childhood favorites—but with the volume turned way up, such as Cheddar and Chutney Grilled Cheese sandwiches (the perfect match for Ina’s Creamy Tomato Bisque), Smashed Hamburgers with Caramelized Onions, and the crispiest hash browns that are actually made in a waffle iron!

There are few things more comforting than gathering for a meal with the ones you love, especially when dishes like Cheesy Chicken Enchiladas are at the center of the table. Old-fashioned crowd pleasers like Roasted Sausages, Peppers, and Onions are even more delicious and streamlined for quick cleanup. For dessert? You''ll find the best Boston Cream Pie, Banana Rum Trifle, and Black and White Cookies you’ll ever make. Home cooks can always count on Ina’s dependable, easy-to-follow instructions, with lots of side notes for cooking and entertaining—it’s like having Ina right there beside you, helping you all the way.

From cocktails to dessert, from special weekend breakfasts to quick weeknight dinners, you’ll find yourself making these cozy and delicious recipes over and over again.

About the Author

Ina Garten is a  New York Times bestselling author and the host of  Barefoot Contessa on Food Network, for which she has won four Emmy Awards and a James Beard Award. She lives in East Hampton, New York, with her husband, Jeffrey.

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What is it about comfort food? 

I often say that you can be miserable before eating a cookie and you can be miserable after eating a cookie, but you can never be miserable while you’re eating a cookie. And while I say that halfjokingly, the sentiment is true. Food has an almost magical ability to comfort us, soothe us, and bring us together in so many ways. We celebrate special occasions with food—a birthday cake or a big roast turkey—and we also turn to food for comfort on not-so-happy occasions, a delivery of baked goods to a family member who’s under the weather, or a homemade dinner for a friend having a rough time. Food can be so much more than simple sustenance.

So, what exactly is comfort food? It’s food that’s not just nourishing but it’s also emotionally satisfying. After September 11, 2001, I can’t tell you how many people told me they went out to get all the ingredients to make my Outrageous Brownies from The Barefoot Contessa Cookbook. After the financial crisis in 2008, restaurants everywhere suffered as customers cut back on their spending. But fast-food places prospered because they served inexpensive classics like hamburgers and French fries. As I write this, we’re in the middle of a global pandemic and I have no idea when it will end or what devastation it will cause. People are isolated and stressed. Everyone I know has stocked up their fridges and pantries with ingredients they can cook for weeks or even months—chickens, vegetables, fruits, beans, rice, and dried legumes. But my friend Deborah Davis commented that she opens her fridge and looks at all the healthy food in there, and all she wants is a grilled cheese sandwich! I can totally relate to that! During times of financial and political stress, there’s something about a hamburger and Coke or a big bowl of beef stew that just makes us feel better. They’re not fancy—in fact, quite the opposite. They’re familiar, delicious, and soul-satisfying. In other words, they’re comfort food.

There are many foods that are universally comforting. I think we can probably all agree that a mixed green salad isn’t anyone’s idea of comfort food. But chicken soup? Every international cuisine has its own version: Greek avgolemono soup, Vietnamese chicken pho, Belgian waterzooi, and my personal favorite, chicken soup with matzo balls. For this book, I developed Chicken Pot Pie Soup (page 58), a mash-up of classic chicken soup and chicken pot pie that hits all the right notes when you’re tired or cranky.

Comfort foods are often the dishes that transcend cultures and borders. Many popular foods that have become ingrained in American culture—ramen, tacos, pizza—were originally brought to this country by immigrants who sought to re-create the comforting taste of home. Many of the recipes in this book are inspired by comfort foods from around the world—from Emily’s English Roasted Potatoes (page 171) to Shrimp & Linguine Fra Diavolo (page 130) to Cheesy Chicken Enchiladas (page 114).

Comfort food may be different for each person. An egg salad sandwich on toasted rye can cheer me up on a bad day, but it might not be what does it for you! Often the foods we turn to for comfort are rooted in what we ate as children. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are the classic American lunch for kids but when I offered to make them for my British film crew, they recoiled in horror. Instead, they offered to make me their classic childhood lunch—white bread with cold baked beans from a can and Kraft singles on top. Yikes! (Please don’t tell them but I’ll take a PB&J any day!)

Lots of the recipes in this book evoke old-fashioned American foods that many of us remember from our childhoods. My mother used to make canned split pea soup with cut-up hot dogs in it (I know it sounds bizarre, but I thought it was delicious). I’ve updated it by making homemade Split Pea Soup with Crispy Kielbasa (page 62). The soup is filled with lots of vegetables and flavored with a smoked ham hock and saut.ed kielbasa. It’s basically the grown-up version of the soup my mother made, but so much more satisfying.

I polled my friends and you’d be surprised how many said their go-to comfort food was a tuna fish sandwich and potato chips (in one case, the potato chips went in the sandwich!). So I knew I had to include a recipe for a tuna melt in this book that was nostalgic but better than the diner classic. My Ultimate Tuna Melts (page 79) are made with really good imported tuna and have melted cheese and microgreens on top. Jeffrey’s favorite comfort food—tomato soup and a grilled cheese sandwich—was the inspiration for both my Creamy Tomato Bisque (page 83) with a hint of saffron and the Cheddar & Chutney Grilled Cheese (page 84). You don’t need to have a bad day to love these two together.

So, that’s what makes dishes comfort food, but I had to ask myself, what makes the recipes in this book modern?? When I’m working on a recipe, I like to start with a remembered flavor and spend time researching how the dish was traditionally made. Then, I figure out how I can update that dish—whether it’s lightening up the recipe, making it easier to cook, or simply adding more modern flavors, such as Sriracha and pomegranate. I wanted each dish in this book to feel familiar but be so much more delicious than you expected. And I realized that while comfort food is the focus of this particular book, that’s what I’m always looking for in a recipe: true home cooking but with a twist or update that makes it special enough to serve to company. 

For example, I wanted to make a classic beef stew, but in my experience beef stew can be pretty boring—with tough or stringy chunks of beef and a thin, bland tomato sauce. I knew it could be so much better! In order to update that American classic, I borrowed ingredients from two other dishes I love—beef Bourguignon and braised short ribs. Instead of starting by searing bacon, I used pancetta, which has a great flavor without the smokiness of bacon. Then, I swapped the usual beef chuck for boneless short ribs, which added a richness that made everything, particularly the sauce, so much more delicious. And finally, I added a bottle of good red wine and a splash of Cognac to give the sauce more depth of flavor. Now whenever I serve my Ultimate Beef Stew (page 104), my guests say they’ll never make beef stew any other way again.

One of my personal favorite comfort foods is a BLT. It’s classic diner food, and just fine as is, but when I’m entertaining I like to make a new version that’s really over the top. For my Lobster BLTs (page 80), I use applewood-smoked bacon, ripe summer tomatoes, creamy Hass avocados, good bakery white bread, Thousand Island dressing, and, of course, perfectly poached lobster. They’re good and messy to eat but everyone loves the old-fashioned flavor of BLTs with this more elegant, grown-up spin. It’s comfort food dressed up for company.

When you’re having a dinner party, it can be tempting to make something fancy to impress your guests. But when I tell my friends that I’m making Truffled Mac & Cheese (page 138) or Smashed Hamburgers with Caramelized Onions (page 116) for dinner, and Applesauce Cake with Bourbon Raisins (page 198) for dessert, they light up with glee. I might order cassoulet or grilled octopus at a restaurant, but at home we all want something simple and satisfying. The look on my friends’ faces when they see me bring Baked Rigatoni with Lamb Ragu (page 134) to the table says it all.

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3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not enough new recipes
Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2020
Today, I received the Modern Comfort Food cookbook by Ina Garten. I did a quick read and I found plenty of beautiful photos illustrating her newest cookbook. That''s the highpoint of her cookbook. Sadly, I didn''t find enough new useable recipes to make me want to... See more
Today, I received the Modern Comfort Food cookbook by Ina Garten. I did a quick read and I found plenty of beautiful photos illustrating her newest cookbook. That''s the highpoint of her cookbook.

Sadly, I didn''t find enough new useable recipes to make me want to keep her cookbook. Part of it isn''t totally Ina Garten''s fault as I am allergic to avocados, bananas, tree nuts and peanuts. A lot of her recipes in her cookbook use what I listed above. After I mentally started removing the ingredients I could not eat I realized I wasn''t going to be making an updated or modern recipe.

Some of the recipes you''ll find in her cookbook include:

Pomegranate Gimlets
Chicken Pot Pie Soup
Lobster BLTs
Ultimate Beef Stew
Steak Fajitas
Truffled Mac & Cheese
Roasted Broccolini & Cheddar
Cheddar & Scallion Creamed Corn
Outrageous Garlic Bread
Black & White Cookies
Applesauce Cake with Bourbon Raisins
Boston Cream Pie
Breakfast Tacos

Recommend with caveats given.
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You don''t need a recipe for half of these dishes.
Reviewed in the United States on October 7, 2020
I think if i could have found a list of recipes before it was published, I probably would not have purchased it. You don''t need a recipe for a lot of these dishes. Then again, I guess that''s the nature of comfort food. It just seems like wasted space to include recipes... See more
I think if i could have found a list of recipes before it was published, I probably would not have purchased it. You don''t need a recipe for a lot of these dishes. Then again, I guess that''s the nature of comfort food. It just seems like wasted space to include recipes for things like a breakfast sandwich ( toasted English muffin with bacon, egg, cheese and avocado).
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Approchable recipes with excellent results
Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2020
This is a solid collection of relatively quick and approachable recipes, which is something Ina is well known for. Her passion for good food, entertaining with small groups and laid back easy living always makes for a good mix. These recipes are no different… some even... See more
This is a solid collection of relatively quick and approachable recipes, which is something Ina is well known for. Her passion for good food, entertaining with small groups and laid back easy living always makes for a good mix. These recipes are no different… some even super simple, but simultaneously elevated. 



There is certainly a comfort angle within this book and this may be the cookbook to get us all through the never ending pandemic. None of the recipes are super new or ground breaking, but frankly they work, are familiar yet updated, and there is some sophistication about that during these strange times. 

Rather than dwelling on the the age old, “What do you want to eat?” Not only are there recipes for lunch and dinner, but drinks, dips, treats and more. Most of the ingredients aren’t fussy and Ina exudes that kin-keeping Motherly edge of taking our minds off of things with a glorious array of foods. (Thanks for that, Ina!)



The index of recipes is in the back of the book, which is helpful to note as the header pages simply list the recipes in order as opposed to listing the page. 



So far I have made the Salmorejo with heirloom tomatoes, chicken pot pie soup with puff pastry croutons, roasted broccolini and cheddar (I added lemon for more brightness), and the black and white cookies to start, but would like to make the majority of the book. 

It’s worth noting those black and white cookies are incredibly authentic and like a trip to New York City. I made a double batch to share with neighbors and everyone in my family was asking if we really had to give them away. Start with that one if you love cookies!

 Seriously though... make those black and whites. I''ve tried other recipes and end up disappointed, but this is the one!

I will be reaching for this book in the coming months as I focus on the positive aspects of the pandemic - having many meals to make with family and neighbors to cook and bake for. Focusing on those small moments of joy and things in my control with a good meal make me feel like things may eventually be OK after all. 

I’ve received a free copy from Clarkson Potter in exchange for a free and unbiased review, but this is a book that I will be gifting to others to bring some modern comfort to their lives.
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What we needed right now in the kitchen.
Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2020
As someone who has been in the publishing industry in one way or another since 1984, I can tell you that books generally do not come together over night. There was no way Ina could''ve known that our world would be topsy turvy when Modern Comfort Food was written. For me... See more
As someone who has been in the publishing industry in one way or another since 1984, I can tell you that books generally do not come together over night. There was no way Ina could''ve known that our world would be topsy turvy when Modern Comfort Food was written. For me and my family, this book is the absolute best thing that could''ve happened right before the holidays. My husband and I are picky eaters. Last night we went through the book and flagged 28 recipes we wanted to try! 28! That''s unheard of for us! I''ll be cooking out of this book until Christmas! Thanks Ina! You are the absolute best!
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Nourishing and Emotionally Satisfying Food
Reviewed in the United States on October 7, 2020
Ina Garten has just published her12th cookbook. That is an extraordinary feat. This cookbook is filled with modern comfort food. According to Ina, modern comfort food is food that is nourishing and emotionally satisfying. From my viewpoint this cookbook covers comfort food... See more
Ina Garten has just published her12th cookbook. That is an extraordinary feat. This cookbook is filled with modern comfort food. According to Ina, modern comfort food is food that is nourishing and emotionally satisfying. From my viewpoint this cookbook covers comfort food with a big oomph!

There are 6 chapters in this cookbook, cocktails, lunch, dinner, vegetables and sides, dessert and breakfast. My favorite chapters are lunch, dinner and dessert. An example of comfort food with an oomph is beef stew made with short ribs and lots of vegetables, tomato soup with cream, leeks, and Parmesan cheese, and applesauce cake with bourbon raisins. Ina has even brought back an old faithful with a new touch, kielbasa. The cookbook has words of wisdom from Ina, thanks to her cooking staff, a list of ingredients for your cupboard, and a list of sources for some of her foodstuffs.

The cookbook is 250 pages, and filled with exquisite photos of the food by photographer, Quentin Bacon. Each recipe has its own photograph. This is a cookbook for everyday to special meals, and it is one with new and varied foods.

Recommended. prisrob 10-07-2020
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I love this cookbook!!!
Reviewed in the United States on October 7, 2020
One of my favorite Ina cookbooks! She’s amazing and I love the new twists she created for regular dishes. I also loved all her product recommendations. So excited as I’m passing my love for Ina to my 16 year old daughter and she was equally excited about the release of this... See more
One of my favorite Ina cookbooks! She’s amazing and I love the new twists she created for regular dishes. I also loved all her product recommendations. So excited as I’m passing my love for Ina to my 16 year old daughter and she was equally excited about the release of this new cookbook!! We watched so many episodes of Ina together during this pandemic it’s made an unsettling time better ♥️ This review took a turn - sorry :)
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A perfect Boston cream pie!
Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2020
Ina has finally perfected her Boston cream pie recipe and I can’t wait to try it! The perfect cookbook for 2020, full of recipes to make you feel better during turbulent times, all presented in Ina’s easy to follow style.
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She says that she planned this around people using this in the pandemic is a joke
Reviewed in the United States on October 9, 2020
Claiming in the intro that people were cooking comfort food from their pantries is a joke. Just reading the ingredients she uses for the recipes are NOT part of most folks pantries. Truffles, fresh fennel, fresh leeks and many more ingredients are not in most peoples... See more
Claiming in the intro that people were cooking comfort food from their pantries is a joke. Just reading the ingredients she uses for the recipes are NOT part of most folks pantries. Truffles, fresh fennel, fresh leeks and many more ingredients are not in most peoples pantries. While the recipes look good, they are Way too fancy for most people Living in this pandemic. Also, many people are home alone or with one person. None of her recipes are broken down for smaller sizes. I am truly disappointed.
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I think that I’ve got most of Ina Garten’s cookbooks and I’ve always found her practical and easy to follow with good wholesome recipes. The recipes in this book seem to be more specialised which is fine if you wish to develop your culinary skills. As with all American...See more
I think that I’ve got most of Ina Garten’s cookbooks and I’ve always found her practical and easy to follow with good wholesome recipes. The recipes in this book seem to be more specialised which is fine if you wish to develop your culinary skills. As with all American cookbooks it takes a while to get used to the terminology and measurements.
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Perfect recipe book for any Garten fan
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After watching Ina on the food network here in the Uk, I was excited to snap up her recipe book - for delicious meals and sides. It doesn’t disappoint and I’ve even attempted to make one of the fantastic foodie dishes. Tasted good too!
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Lovely!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 14, 2020
A beautiful book full of delicious recipes, Ina never fails to bring a collection of tantalising ingredients to the table to create yummy dishes.
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Great book
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Lovely recipes
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Toronto grocery stores need better choices of grocery items
Reviewed in Canada on January 1, 2021
The only complaint we have re: the recipes, is that the Contessa tends to use a lot of items that aren''t commonly found in a Toronto grocery store... which means having to shop at more specialty shops. That''s probably more a knock against the crappy non-international food...See more
The only complaint we have re: the recipes, is that the Contessa tends to use a lot of items that aren''t commonly found in a Toronto grocery store... which means having to shop at more specialty shops. That''s probably more a knock against the crappy non-international food choices available in Toronto than it is against the recipes. My wife made two of them so far (after a week of receiving it for Christmas) - and yummy!
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