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Pickles, Pigs & Whiskey

If a title like Pickles, Pigs & Whiskey: Recipes from My Three Favorite Food Groups and Then Some ($24) doesn't get you a little bit worked up, we don't want to hear about it. This book presents 130 recipes for bold, Southern flavors broken down by cooking technique — with everything from slathering to smoking — accompanied by gorgeous photography and musical pairings downloadable on Spotify. Recipes range from pickled sweet potatoes to deep South ramen with a fried poached egg, and build on each other to tell the documentary-style story of Southern cuisine's influence on American eating.

  • The Snacking Dead

    While you wait for the walker-filled bloodbath that is The Walking Dead to return to TV, spend your time eating like the undead with The Snacking Dead: A Parody In A Cookbook ($12). Part love story, part parody, and part cookbook, it tells the tale of Pam Beaumont, a cook surviving the apocalypse while nurturing romantic feelings for our favorite crossbow-toting badass, Daryl. It's filled with zombie-survival-themed recipes like: Sweetish Fleshballs, Nachos of the Living Dead, Gratuitous Violence Jello Mold, and Elbows Casserole. So (when the end comes), as the biters devour your loved ones outside, you'll be eating like a survivalist king barricaded in your compound.

  • Serious Barbecue

    Whether you're just now venturing into the world of backdoor barbecuing, or you've been cooking meat over fire for years, Serious Barbecue ($28) will tell you everything you could ever need to know. It starts at the beginning, with detailed advice on working with charcoal and wood, as well as picking out the best grill to suit your purpose. From there you'll learn the secret to working with your butcher to find the best cuts of meat for grilling. Finally, it covers a range of recipes for cooking nearly every type of meat you can think of: from beef and veal to pork and lamb, and everything in between.