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Operation Where The Heck Is My Goddess In Training?

1 hour agoArts / Writing : Kait Nolan

It’s the last day of February and I find myself wondering where the heck the first couple months of the year went.  There was something about flu.  And business at the Evil Day Job.  A cookbook.  Writing a class.  And a whole lot ofShow More Summary

Cookbook Deals Confirmed for Colu Henry, Joshua David Stein, and David Downie

Three upcoming books by non-professional chefs. Here now, your Friday-afternoon book deal roundup: First up, former Bon Appetit special projects director/prolific Instagrammer Colu Henry has landed her first cookbook deal, signing on...Show More Summary

Cookbook Sneak Peek: The NoMad, Franklin Barbecue, Ottolenghi, and More

An exclusive look at the Ten Speed fall catalog. 2015 is shaping up to be an exciting year for cookbooks. For example, here now is an exclusive sneak peek at Ten Speed's fall catalogue, which includes titles from cookbook phenom Yotam...Show More Summary

Weekend cooking: Nancy Jenkins’ Virgin Territory

Nancy Harmon Jenkins.  Virgin Territory: Exploring the World of Olive Oil.  Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2015. Although I don’t usually do blurbs for cookbooks, this one goes into so much depth about why olives and their oil matter—and how the olives are grown, harvested, and extracted—that I couldn’t resist.  Jenkins is a wonderful writer as well […]

Bonnie Slotnick Has Reopened Her Treasured Cookbook Shop in the East Village

"I'm going to start restocking with a vengeance," Slotnick says. When news broke in November that Bonnie Slotnick, the owner of the eponymous specialty bookstore in the West Village, lost her lease, New Yorkers were devastated. Fortunately,...Show More Summary

Mexican Bread Pudding with Spiced Syrup

This recipe is a mash-up of Isa's bread pudding from Isa Does It and a recipe from the very first vegetarian cookbook I ever bought, Simple Vegetarian Recipes. I used the all white flour version of my Everyday Bread because it has a nice open crumb structure that easily soaks up the liquid. Show More Summary

Food Books That Aren’t Really About Food

Cookbooks, memoirs and novels are my most checked-out items, and as I’ve recently discovered, there’s a sort of magical thing that happens when those worlds collide. You don’t have to be a hardcore gourmand to appreciate the fact that food … Continue reading ?

Photos: Bonnie Slotnick's Beloved Cookbook Shop Was Saved

                         Late last year Bonnie Slotnick discovered that she would be losing her West 10th Street commercial space, which had housed her beloved cookbook store for 15 years. But this story had a happier ending than most that start off that way... and this week her next chapter started. [ more › ]

A Response To Ms. Thorisson

[Yesterday, Mimi Thorisson of the beautiful food blog Manger took issue with my Piglet review of her cookbook A Kitchen in France. You can read her full take here. And now for my reply.] Dear Ms. Thorisson, Two years ago, my cookbook Secrets of The Best Chefs lost its Piglet battle because–according to the judge–the [...]

Why Watson Is a Major Opportunity for IBM

IBM's Watson is showing up everywhere, from cookbooks to toys. Here's what it all means for the company.

Vintage Cooking for the Crowd

I have a nice collection of vintage cookbooks. Both in my kitchen and in my shop. I always enjoy discovering old cooking booklets during my treasure hunts. Not necessarily for the recipes, i have a recipe scrapbook and Google is a trusted friend when i quickly want to find out anything cooking related. Show More Summary

Miller Union’s Steven Satterfield debuts his first cookbook this Sunday at Atlanta Botanical Garden

Chef Steven Satterfield of Miller Union will celebrate the launch of his first cookbook, Root to Leaf: A Southern Chef Cooks Through the Seasons, at the Atlanta Botanical Garden this Sunday. The event begins at 2 p.m. Tickets start at $50, but pony up $75 and you'll also get a signed copy of the book, which retails for $45. Proceeds from ticket sales benefit Slow Food Atlanta.

Take a Look Inside Kevin Gillespie's Pig-Centric Book 'Pure Pork Awesomeness'

An exclusive sneak peek at the Atlanta chef's new cookbook. Atlanta chef and Top Chef alum Kevin Gillespie (of Eater 38 member Gunshow and the upcoming restaurant Revival) has a simple goal with his second cookbook: "I hope readers become excited about using pork in their cooking on a more regular basis," he tells Eater. Show More Summary

KitchenAid has a Multi-Cooker that whips up healthy and delicious meals

Do you love whipping up delicious meals for your loved ones all the time? Sure, you might actually run out of ideas from time to time, but thankfully, there does not seem to be an end to the number of cookbooks that are out there in the market. Show More Summary

Sunday Suppers Book + Interview With Author Karen Mordechai

I’m so very pleased to share this lovely cookbook, Sunday Suppers, and author Karen Mordechai with you today. Karen is such a force – a talented woman who wears many hats in her business yet does it with such style and ease (and a warm smile) that you’d never know just how much work it really takes […]

Get Cooking: February's Best Cookbooks

Our favorite cookbooks this month range from single ingredient focused, like Virgin Territory, to the best new books on grain-free cooking, and decadent treats in Dessert for Two or Chocopologie. Here are five of the Best Cookbooks of February...

Vintage Christmas Cookbook - plus Star Bright Cookies Recipe

Finding delicious looking food photos on pinterest or googling recipes is quick and easy. But there is something about going old school, and using a real cookbook. I have many, and knowing me, almost all are vintage. The Wisconsin Electric Power Company published annual promotional cookbooks in the 1960's. Show More Summary

Art Smith Throws Giant Gay Wedding Officiated by Guy Fieri

Florida lifted its ban on same-sex marriages last month. Art Smith — chef, cookbook author, and former right-hand man to Oprah — hosted a gigantic wedding for "more than two dozen same-sex couples on Miami Beach" over the weekend, reports the Associated Press. Show More Summary

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