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How David Lebovitz Went from the Chez Panisse Pastry Kitchen to Being a World-Famous Food Blogger

The Paris-dwelling cookbook author weighs in on everything from McDonald's to nudist islands Would food blogs even exist without David Lebovitz? The recipe powerhouse (and former Chez Panisse pastry chef) and Paris-dwelling expat has been chronicling his culinary life in the City of Lights since 1999, basically the bronze age of the internet. Show More Summary

Is recipe testing a vanishing art?

Recipes have never been easier to find. No need to dig through cookbooks, magazines or newspapers. You just type a name - or even just a couple of ingredients - into a search engine and you've got dozens of choices at your fingertip...

Burning Wood With Electricity Is My Kind of Modern Art

I’m not saying this is the most dangerous thing I’ve ever seen on the internet, but it does do a good job of making the Anarchist’s Cookbook look like a Health & Safety training manual. Read more...

Five Best Songs From Missy Elliott's 'The Cookbook' Album

Missy Elliott's 2005 'The Cookbook' celebrates its 10th anniversary today (July 5). We picked the five best songs on the LP. Did your song make the cut? Continue reading…

Creamy Cucumber Noodle Salad with Cherry Tomatoes (Plus Bonus Shopping Guide!)

This is a guest post from Diana Rodgers, the author of Paleo Lunches and Breakfasts on the Go, and The Homegrown Paleo Cookbook: Over 100 Delicious, Gluten-Free, Farm-to-Table Recipes, and a Complete Guide to Growing Your Own Healthy Food. Below is a recipe from her book using Primal Kitchen™ Mayo. In her book, you’ll also […]

Chrissy Teigen Flipped Out Over Her Jack in the Box Order on Twitter

She accused her Postmates driver of eating her order. Ever wonder how model and future cookbook author Chrissy Teigen spends her Wednesday evenings? Turns out she uses them to try to order Jack in the Box from Postmates, the messenger service that will deliver food from a number of restaurants. Show More Summary

Cookbook Review: Just How Cool Are 'Big Gay Ice Cream' and 'Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream'?

Ten years ago, food writer and cookbook author David Lebovitz was teaching a cooking class, and asked his students, "How many people make ice cream at home?" Recounting the story not too long ago, he said, "A lot of hands shot up. And...Show More Summary

Marshmallow Madness – dozens of puffalicious recipes

5 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Homemade marshmallows are all the rage, and Shauna Sever’s whimsical cookbook is the ideal starting place for whipping up a batch in the home kitchen. Read the rest

The Joy of Writing a Great Cookbook: Interview with Kimberly Yorio

If you want to be a food writer, I highly recommend that you read Will Write for Food by Dianne Jacob, but if writing a cookbook is your goal, you’ll also want to check out The Joy of Writing a Great Cookbook by Kimberly Yoirio. This no nonsense book takes you through every step of the process with tons of examples. Show More Summary

The One-Month Experiment Guaranteed To Clear Your Kitchen Clutter

Kitchens have the tendency to become overrun with small appliances, pots and pans, cookbooks and various culinary gadgets, but it's what you don't see that might actually be causing your biggest clutter issue. Hidden away in kitchen drawers are often piles of items that you may or may not use. Show More Summary

World’s most expensive cookbook launched by Chef Vikas Khanna at the Cannes Film Festival

The world renowned chef who is also a filmmaker, humanitarian and the host of the TV show Master Chef India, Vikas Khanna unveiled his 21st book ‘Utsav – A culinary epic of Indian festivals’ at the French Riviera in Cannes during the weekend. Show More Summary

Weekend Link Love – Edition 354

Summer is here and grill season is upon us! As an early 4th of July present, I’m giving away a FREE copy of my Primal Blueprint Healthy Sauces, Dressings and Toppings hardcover cookbook with every Primal Kitchen™ Mayo 3-pack order. Simply add both products to your cart and use coupon code FREEDOM to get the […]

My Family Cookbook

In the past, when I’ve taught classes on blogging, I usually ask people why they are thinking about starting a blog in the first place. Most people tell me that they want a place where they can share their recipes with friends and family – and that is the reason that most of us started...

Rick Bayless shares his recipe for red chile short rib soup

Rick Bayless has published nine cookbooks since 1987's Authentic Mexican. I've cooked out of all of them, and I've not once come across a bunk recipe.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Chef Michael Symon Says He's Inventing a New Style of Barbecue

Is Cleveland-style barbecue destined to be the next big thing? Chef, restaurateur, TV personality, and cookbook author Michael Symon hopes to add a new feather to his chef's hat: Inventor of a brand-new regional barbecue style. Symon...Show More Summary

Salad Samurai: BLT salad

I just picked up Salad Samurai the cookbook and I can't wait to try all the recipes. There was one called BKT which is Bacon, Kale, Tomato salad that looked so good but I didn't have kale so I used romaine and baby lettuces instead. Turned out perfect. Show More Summary

Lorena Garcia: Top Chef Masters Chef Turns Talent into Financial Savvy

Lorena Garcia is currently one of the country’s leading chefs, well known for numerous TV series, a successful chain of restaurants, and her cookbook, Lorena Garcia’s New Latin Classics. And while it may appear that her career is a perfect fit for her, it did not start out that [...]

Stir Gently

Cookbooks, in general, are resistant to close reading, if only because their authors are barely present in the text, if at all. Yet sometimes we can discern a personality through the measurements and shopping lists. At Page-Turner, Kathleen Alcott reads the cookbooks of Nigel Slater. Pair with our own Hannah Gersen on reading cookbooks as […]

Cookie Love

You can never have too many cookie-centric cookbooks on your shelf. Cookies are an all-occasion baked good that can be made easily on a weekday afternoon, presented for a special occasion or packed up and shipped across the country just to say “I’m thinking of you.” Cookies come in all shapes, sizes and flavors –...

Cookbook Review: Eat Mexico by Lesley Tellez

Publishers are tributaries, their individual streams of books merging into a river of volumes constantly swirling. For the cookbooks, many fine ones appear each month offering visual appeal and a dozen recipes that I tag as "have toShow More Summary

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