Taste of Tucson Cookbook

Don’t Forget to Look Up!

Don’t Forget to Look Up!

Magazine article profiling cookbook author Jackie Alpers the 40th anniversary edition of Tucson Guide Magazine.

Taste of Tucson: The Best Gifts for Foodies in AZ

Taste of Tucson: The Best Gifts for Foodies in AZ

Taste of Tucsonthe best gifts for foodies in Arizona, according to the editors at Eat This, Not That!

“Choosing just one dish in Arizona seems almost impossible. This state is flourishing with all kinds of rich dishes and cultures, and this cookbook reflects that. In particular, Arizonians will love the recipes for Adobo Pulled Pork, Red Pozole, and of course, Mini Chimichangas.”

World’s Best Food Photographer!

World’s Best Food Photographer!

“Food photography has been taken to new levels by Jackie Alpers. Using a natural light studio, she creates her meals and photographs the food after. Taking photos of food is more than just a passion for her. She loves eating just as much! Check out her cookbook on the Taste of Tucson, which has won multiple awards!”

Taste of Tucson by Jackie Alpers featured on Forbes.com

Taste of Tucson by Jackie Alpers featured on Forbes.com

“Molletes are just these beautiful, open-faced Mexican sandwiches with slathered on ingredients on a roll with hot sauce on top and a fried egg,” Stevens says. “The recipe comes from Jackie Alpers’ new cookbook, Taste of Tucson. It was exciting to put something out there and showcase some of the work that writers like Jackie are doing during the pandemic.” – Ashlie Stevens for Forbes.com.

Taste of Tucson Cookbook Review in Eat Your Books

Taste of Tucson Cookbook Review in Eat Your Books

It has been an extremely challenging and emotionally charged time to release a cookbook, so I can’t stress enough how much it means to me that EatYourBooks circled around and gave Taste of Tucson some love.

Jackie Alpers Interviewed on the Cookbook Love Podcast With Maggie Green

Jackie Alpers Interviewed on the Cookbook Love Podcast With Maggie Green

“We talk about Jackie’s belief that writing and photographing a cookbook is an inclusive process, along with her experiences as a full-time food photographer, and her ultimate desire to write her own cookbooks, which culminated in two books, one called Sprinkles: Recipes and Ideas for Rainbowlicious Desserts which explores the science of sprinkles (Sprinkology!), shares crafty methods for sprinkling, and offers a comprehensive guide to identifying and cooking with them and her most recent book published in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic – Taste of Tucson.”

Taste of Tucson cookbook review in the Arizona Daily Star

Taste of Tucson cookbook review in the Arizona Daily Star

I loved chatting with Andi Berlin about Taste of Tucson: Sonoran-Style Recipes for this wonderful article in the Arizona Daily Star. She included the recipe for menudo that Teresa’s Mosaic Cafe graciously gave me to include in the book. Read the full article.

Jackie Alpers is an American Photography 39 Selected Winner for the Unofficial Yellowstone Cookbook photography
Taste Photography Award Winner Jackie Alpers 2024
The Unofficial Elf Cookbook by Jackie Alpers is a 2024 Muse Photography Awards gold winner.