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William Powell, 66, Author Of 'The Anarchist Cookbook'

19 minutes agoArts : Modern Art Notes

The author of the "diagram- and recipe-filled manifesto that is believed to have been used as a source in heinous acts of violence since its publication in 1971" (as William Sandomir puts it here) actually died last July, though word didn't make it to the media until a documentary about him was released in theaters […]

‘Power Must Be Taken’: Excerpts From ‘The Anarchist Cookbook

The book, published by William Powell in 1971, styled itself as a guide for would-be revolutionaries and had information on explosives, guns and drugs.

William Powell, ‘Anarchist Cookbook’ Writer, Dies at 67

The author was an angry teenager when he began research on the book, which outlined weapon use, bomb-building techniques and drug manufacturing.

‘VICE’ Set to Release Hangover Cure-All With ‘MUNCHIES’ Cookbook

Based on MUNCHIES‘ popular Chef’s Nights Out series, cult-culture publication, VICE, will be releasing an inaugural cookbook titled Munchies: Late-Night Meals from the World’s Best Chefs. The book itself is scheduled to put a spin on...Show More Summary

Big News: MUNCHIES Is Publishing Its First Cookbook

You asked, we listened. Behold our first cookbook, inspired by 'Chef’s Night Out.'

The First Book From Vice’s Munchies Channel Will Feature Drunk Food From All-Star Chefs

22 hours agoWeb / Web Videos : Tubefilter

Since launching in 2014, Munchies has grown to become one of Vice Media’s most popular digital destinations. Now, the food-focused hub, which counts more than 1.6 million subscribers, will attach its brand to its very own cookbook, titled...Show More Summary

Preview ‘Tartine All Day,’ Elisabeth Prueitt’s New Cookbook

Inside one of this season’s hottest new releases Elisabeth Prueitt likes to tinker. As co-creator of San Francisco’s Tartine Bakery, the new Tartine Manufactory, and its forthcoming branch in Los Angeles, the award-winning pastry chef is also the author of two books. Show More Summary

Cookbooks' Missing Ingredient? Food Safety

Cookbooks may be leaving out a crucial step in recipes: food safety. The vast majority of recipes found in popular cookbooks offer little useful advice to keep you from getting sick, a new study finds.

Manly Brunches from the South

Southern Living Party Cookbook Marks and Editors of Southern Living Magazine 1972 Are you having to entertain a bunch of seriously rough and masculine men? Have I got the menu for you! You need to make the “He-Man” brunch. I am not sure what makes this particular menu “manly” but, then, I live in Michigan. […]

Cookbooks give readers (mostly) bad advice on food safety

(North Carolina State University) A recent study finds bestselling cookbooks offer readers little useful advice about reducing food-safety risks, and much of the advice they do provide is inaccurate and not based on sound science.

Morning Roundup: Neighbors Irritated By Ivanka Trump And Family

D.C. Council shows support of Newsham as police chief, D.C. students create a global cookbook, and more news. [ more › ]

Publican Quality Meats hosting ice-cream party for pastry chef Dana Cree's new book

Pastry chef Dana Cree’s debut cookbook, "Hello, My Name Is Ice Cream: The Art and Science of the Scoop," comes out Tuesday, March 28, so she’s celebrating that night with an ice-cream party at Publican Quality Meats. Cree, the Publican brand’s executive pastry chef, is a two-time finalist for...

How to Make Your Own Sausage

Editor’s note: This is an excerpt from Stacy Lyn Harris’s new book, Stacy Lyn’s Harvest Cookbook. Making sausage yourself truly has become a lost art. Most people are satisfied to pick up a pack of Kielbasa from their local store and stick to those flavors as opposed to creating their very own flavor profiles. Show More Summary

WELL, WE KNOW BILL AYERS HAS NO REGRETS OVER HIS OWN EXPLOSIVE PAST, EITHER: Anarchist Cookbook aut…

WELL, WE KNOW BILL AYERS HAS NO REGRETS OVER HIS OWN EXPLOSIVE PAST, EITHER: Anarchist Cookbook author has no regrets over his bomb-making guide. Our source was the New York Times, as Ambassador de Sadesky would say. The September 11th, 2001 edition, bizarrely enough.

10 Marvelous New Things You Can Buy at Costco This March

While Costco works out its new delivery service, there's always Instacart! The newest Costco arrivals will make any foodie extremely hungry. Oprah's latest cookbook, butter lettuce, and pastured eggs are just a few items that will make you leap for joy. Show More Summary

Ina Garten Makes Stephen Colbert’s Cookbook Dreams Come True

The late-night host has a major crush on the Barefoot Contessa Last week, Late Show host Stephen Colbert revealed his obsession with Hamptons-based cookbook author/lifestyle guru/real American hero Ina Garten via a series of hilarious tweets. Show More Summary

The long-lasting effects of revolutionary rhetoric explored in doc 'American Anarchist'

In 1969, an angry young man caught up in the social unrest of the period holed up in the New York Public Library poring through piles of military manuals and eventually emerged with “The Anarchist Cookbook.” Containing detailed instructions for making TNT and “converting a shotgun into a grenade...

New Cookbook Shows Why Vegan Meal Planning Is Here to Stay

On a tight budget? This new guide tells you every ingredient that you'll need to make three weeks' worth of vegan dishes—for about $1 per meal! The post New Cookbook Shows Why Vegan Meal Planning Is Here to Stay appeared first on PE...

A.V. Club Live: New York Times food columnist Melissa Clark on writing her 38th cookbook

For her 38th cookbook, New York Times cooking columnist Melissa Clark turns her attention to easy-to-prepare dinners, with much of her recipes cooked on one sheet pan. Clark talks with A.V. Club food editor Kevin Pang on the inspiration for her latest book.

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