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Inside Graham Elliot's MasterChef-Inspired First Cookbook

'Cooking Like a Master Chef: 100 Recipes to Make the Everyday Extraordinary' hits shelves this fall. Here now is a look inside the very first cookbook from longtime Chicago chef and MasterChef judge Graham Elliot. Cooking Like a Master Chef is squarely focused on home cooking, the kind he judges and mentors on the show. Show More Summary

Chrissy Teigen Goes Completely Naked for 'Women's Health UK'

Chrissy Teigen covers up her completely nude body on the cover of Women’s Health UK‘s Naked issue, on newsstands today. Here’s what the 29-year-old model had to share with the mag: On gaining weight while writing her cookbook: “Working on the cookbook, I put on around 11lb in five weeks, despite doing regular workouts. Before, [...]

21st Century Authoratative Classical French Vegan Cookbook

The Classical Vegetarian Cookbook For Professional Chefs and Inspired Cooks This cookbook was written for novice vegetarian cooks seeking to learn learn vegetarian cuisine and the seasoned veteran chefs looking to raise the bar on their vegan cooking skills. Show More Summary

Monet's Palate Cookbook: The Artist & His Kitchen Garden at Giverny

Years ago I wrote about Monet’s Palate, a charming film narrated by Meryl Streep. It delves into the life of Monet at his home in Giverny. Monet’s passions were painting and gardening, but he also clearly enjoyed the pleasures of the table—eating, drinking and entertaining guests. Show More Summary

Building C# objects dynamically

Buy “C# 6.0 Cookbook” in early release. Editor’s note: This is an excerpt from “C# 6.0 Cookbook,” by Jay Hilyard and Stephen Teilhet. It offers more than 150 code recipes to common and not-so-common problems that C# programmers face every …

Can Trisha Yearwood Become Country’s Martha Stewart?

For Yearwood, there’s plenty of potential for future earnings beyond the stage. She’s authored three best-selling cookbooks, and her success there has yielded a cooking show, a cookware line and, this year, a furniture brand that bears her name. She could be on her way to becoming the Martha Stewart of country—a notion that feels both strange and fitting.

Chrissy Teigen Lovingly Calls John Legend Her 'Papa John' While Making Pizza On Vacation In Sicily!

This cookbook sure is gonna be good! Chrissy Teigen is getting closer to releasing her debut recipe guide, so she and husband John Legend decided to take a trip to Sicily to learn a little more about authentic Italian cooking. Tuesday marked one of their last days in Europe, so Chrissy and John decided to make some [...]

Don't Bring This Ribboned Carrot Salad to a Potluck If You Hate Compliments

This simple ribboned carrot salad might not be the first thing to jump off the pages of Louisa Shafia's cookbook The New Persian Kitchen, but skimming past it would make for a small tragedy. Vinegary and bright, with a nutty, roasted...Show More Summary

Cheap Eats: A Cookbook For Eating Well On A Food Stamp Budget

Topic: Books When Leanne Brown moved to New York from Canada to earn a master's in food studies at New York University, she couldn't help noticing that Americans on a tight budget were eating a lot of processed foods heavy in carbs. "It really bothered me," she says. Show More Summary

Nerdy Nummies Finally Becomes a Cookbook

Rosanna Pansino is a YouTube sensation.  With over 4 million subscribers, her hit show, Nerdy Nummies, plays to the kid in each of us.

Hugh Acheson’s new cookbook The Broad Fork is vegetable-driven

Empire State South’s Hugh Acheson has entered the garden game with The Broad Fork, a vegetable-driven cookbook that, like Steven Satterfield’s Root to Leaf, is organized by season.

Five easy ways to get more grains into your diet

6 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

We all want to eat better, and most of us would love to have more meals with healthful and flavorful whole grains on our table. Yet, as a cookbook author specializing in them, whenever I ask during talks, "Did you cook some whole grains this week?" few hands go up in the room. And, as further prodding...

Stacked Ratatouille ? A Fun Summer Recipe

Another hit recipe from our favorite cookbook this summer, Seven Fires by fascinating Argentinian chef Francis Mallmann. Appearance-wise, it's dramatic; preparation-wise, it's ever so simple. It's just sliced rounds of baked (and "burned"!) eggplant, tomato and summer squash, topped with a lemony spinach if you like. Show More Summary

The Best Cookbooks for Making Fresh Pasta

The world of fresh pasta is vast and robust, impassioned and opinionated, and completely, utterly delightful. And if you like to play with your food, I can't think of a better way to do it than with pasta. But here's the thing: pasta is also intimidating. Show More Summary

'Kitchen Nightmares' Superstar Amy Bouzaglo Has a New Cookbook

Of course there are two exclamation points in the title. Amy Bouzaglo, the face of the biggest disaster to hit Kitchen Nightmares, has a new cookbook called Baking With Amy Baking Up Some Magic!! According to the website for Amy's Baking...Show More Summary

The National Book Festival wants YOU

The 15th Library of Congress National Book Festival is just six weeks away — on Sept. 5. It promises to be bigger than ever with 150 authors and illustrators talking about everything from kids books to cookbooks, mysteries, poetry, biographies, politics and a new pavilion on romance. We’ll publish a special issue of Book World […]

We'll go from left to right

I promised cookbooks, and I shall deliver cookbooks. No more nostalgia! No more old photographs! No more zoning out with Danzig videos on YouTube because a man in a Danzig t-shirt just walked into the coffee shop where I am writing and reminded me of the song "Mother '93"! I will be useful. Show More Summary

Review: PHP Cookbook 3rd edition - PHP Classes

Title PHP Cookbook 3rd edition Reviewer Jose Gomez Category PHP books Publisher O'Reilly Authors David Sklar, Adam Trachtenberg Summary This is really a very good book for intermediate and advanced users. I missed a couple of tips like...Show More Summary

Hugh Acheson’s sauteed catfish with cantaloupe, lime, and cilantro salsa

Here’s a great idea for what you could do with that half-cantaloupe lurking in your fridge: finely chop the flesh and mix it in a salsa, as Empire State South’s Hugh Acheson suggests in his beautiful new cookbook, “The Broad Fork: Recipes for the Wide World of Vegetables and Fruit” (Clarkson Potter).

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