De honesta voluptate et valetudine (On honest indulgence and good health, often shortened to De honesta voluptate) was the first cookbook ever printed. Written ca. 1465 by Bartolomeo Platina, it first appeared between 1470 and 1475 in Rome, and in 1475 in Venice. Written in Latin, it was largely a translation of recipes by Martino da Como from his Libro de Arte Coquinaria (ca. 1465). The book was frequently reprinted over the next 60-odd years, and translated in Dutch, French, and German.
- c. 1474: Rome, Udalricus (or Uldericus) Gallus
- 1475: Venice, Laurentius de Aquila and Sibylinus Umber
- 1475: Venice, Pietro Mocenico
- 1480: Cividale di Friuli, Gerardi de Flandria
- 1480: Leuven, John of Westphalia
- 1494: Venice, Bernardinus Benalius
- 1498: Venice, Bernardinus Venetus de Vitalibus
- 1499: Bologna, Johannes Antonius de Benedictis
- 1503: Venice, Joannes Tacuinus, de Tridino (reprinted 1517)
- 1508: Venice
- 1517: Strasbourg, Johann Knobloch
- 1529: Cologne, Eucharius Cervicornus (reprinted 1537)
- 1530: Paris, Jean Petit
- 1541: Lyon
- 1541: Basel
- 1487: Italian (reprinted 1494, 1508 and 1516)
- 1505: Platine en français, Lyon, François Fradin; translated with additions by Didier Christol (reprinted 1509, 1522, 1528, 1539, 1548, 1559, 1567, 1571)
- 1530: Von alten Speisen und Gerichten, Strasbourg (reprinted 1533, 1536 and 1542)
- 1967: De honesta voluptate: the first dated cookery book, Saint Louis, Mallinckrodt collection of Food Classics volume 5; translated by Elizabeth Buermann Andrews
- 1975: The temperate voluptuary, Santa Barbara, Capra Press; translated by Jerred Metz
- 1999: Platina's On Right Pleasure and Good Health, Asheville, Pegasus; translated and with critical analysis by Mary Ella Milham
- Willan, Anne; Cherniavsky, Mark (2012). "The First Printed Cookbook". The Cookbook Library: Four Centuries of the Cooks, Writers, and Recipes That Made the Modern Cookbook. University of California Press. ISBN 9780520244009.
- Walsby, Malcolm (2013). Documenting the Early Modern Book World: Inventories and Catalogues in Manuscript and Print. Brill. p. 399. ISBN 9789004258907.
- Krohn, Deborah L. (2016). Food and Knowledge in Renaissance Italy: Bartolomeo Scappi's Paper Kitchens. Routledge. ISBN 9781317134565.