Dec. 22, 2006 -- "Good Morning America" food editor Sara Moulton picked 2006's best cookbooks for every occasion.
Old-Fashioned Italian Food
"On Top of Spaghetti"
Johanne Killeen and George Germon
All-Purpose Book by a Chef, But Really for the Home Cook
"Happy in the Kitchen"
"The Essence of Chocolate"
John Scharfenberger and Robert Steinberg
"Green Eggs and Ham Cookbook"
Bloomsbury Children's Books
Great Comfort Food
"The Lee Bros. Southern Cookbook"
Ted and Matt Lee
"Cradle of Flavor" (cuisines of Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia)
"The Soul of a New Cuisine" (African food)
John Wiley and Sons
Beverly Cox and Martin Jacobs
Stewart Taboori and Chang
"Arabesque" (Cuisines of Morocco, Turkey and Lebanon)
"Big Small Plates"
For the Cook Who Wants to Cook Without a Book
"The Improvisational Cook"
A Great Read (without recipes)
"My Life in France"
Julia Child with Alex Prud'homme