Feed people. Something delicious. Every week. The process will make their lives better, and yours as well. This is the message of Sam Sifton’s second cookbook, SEE YOU ON SUNDAY, an engaging, beautifully written manifesto for home cooking and a collection of bulletproof recipes derived from his work as the food editor of The New York Times and as the founding editor of NYT Cooking, The Times’s award-winning digital cookbook tool. Sam’s “What to Cook” newsletters for The Times have an audience of more than 2 million people.

SEE YOU ON SUNDAY is the product of more than two decades of food reporting and cooking by one of America’s finest food writers, a collection of delicious, big-flavor recipes for new cooks and experienced cooks alike, along with confidence-building advice for how to cook more often, and why. Sam’s is a cookbook for those who want to cook better more often, and to reap the rewards of doing so, both for themselves and for all those who surround them.


SSam Sifton is the food editor of The New York Times, a food columnist for The New York Times Magazine and the founding editor of NYT Cooking, The Times’s award-winning digital recipe service. Formerly the newspaper’s restaurant critic, national news editor and culture editor, he is also the author of THANKSGIVING: How to Cook It Well