Chrissy Teigen's first-ever cookbook, Cravings, will be in stores in less than a month. The February 23 release is a collection of the model/TV personality's favorites recipes, including those she learned from her mom, Vilailuck, and her hubby, John Legend. Chrissy shared a first look at the cover on Instagram late Wednesday. (And no surprise here, but she looks absolutely radiant on the cover.) Sporting a menswear-inspired top, jeans, and a just-threw-up-my-hair updo, the model has us reconsidering our lounging-around-the-house style (and our lunch order — where can we get some quesadillas?).
But the Lip Sync Battle co-host is hardly the first celeb to cross the line from foodie to author. How does Cravings stack up against some of the other cookbooks celebs have released over the years? Take a look back, below.
In 2011, the Oscar-winning actress released My Father's Daughter, which, like Chrissy's cover, features the star looking all chillax in her kitchen. But leave it to the Goop founder to step up her game by including a foreword from her pal, Mario Batali.
The actor teamed up with his wife, Felicity Blunt (yes, Emily's sister), for the 2014 collection of recipes, The Tucci Table. Have we always wondered what the Devil Wears Prada actor looks like when he's home cooking? Yes — and luckily this cover tells us everything we needed to know. He's all about keeping it casual.
Yes, she has cookbook. In 1996, the muppet released In the Kitchen With Miss Piggy: Fabulous Recipes from My Famous Celebrity Friends forever changing the cookbook game mostly because no one has worn just that many diamonds on a cover.
Her milkshake brings all the boys to the yard (yes, we went there) — which is probably why, in 2015, the singer released My Life on a Plate: Recipes From Around the World. And she kept the cover rather simple: it's just her, in flannel, serving you up a plate of something tasty.
The Desperate Housewives star also dropped a cookbook in 2011. And while she usually opts for some va-va-voom style on the red carpet, she looks way more easy-going on the cover of Eva's Kitchen: Cooking with Love for Family and Friends. (It doesn't hurt she's posing with a tasty pile of pasta.)
The actress vows that Skinny Cooks Can't Be Trusted in her 2006 tome, but she certainly didn't say anything about cooks who opt for low-cut tops in the kitchen.
If you needed yet another place to try and keep up with the Kardashians, the momager released In the Kitchen with Kris: A Kollection of Kardashian-Jenner Family Favorites in 2014. And while we've almost never seen her cook on her reality show, we do have to say she seems pretty comfortable chopping up that red pepper on the cookbook's cover.
It's easy to see that the rapper has the greatest cookbook cover of all-time. The cover doesn't include a photo of 2 Chainz chopping up any veggies, but instead a hawk coming at you. Yes, a hawk. He also gets extra points for including a hashtag in the title. #Mealtime is a drop-the-mic kind of cover if we ever did see one.
Hankering for more Chrissy? Relive her Top Chef appearance from earlier this season, below.