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  • Behind the Cookbook Bestsellers: October 2014

    In October, blog-to-book titles trailed the Barefoot Contessa, who topped our Cookbook bestseller list.

  • Cookbooks Preview, December 2014

    From the yearly recipe compilation from the folks at 'Southern Living,' to a host of books to jumpstart New Years resolutions, here are 10 December cookbooks to watch out for.

  • Cookbook Deals for November 2014

    Penguin Random House imprints acquired two debut cookbooks this month.

  • The 'Moosewood Cookbook' Turns 40

    Mollie Katzen, author of the groundbreaking 'Moosewood Cookbook,' one of the bestselling cookbooks of all time, recalls her early collaboration with Ten Speed Press, which just released a 40th anniversary edition of the seminal vegetarian cookbook.

  • Michael Ruhlman's Thanksgiving Turkey

    Forget deep frying, James Beard Award-winning author Michael Ruhlman takes it back to the basics with his recipe for Thanksgiving Turkey, from his newest book, 'Ruhlman's How to Roast.'

  • Taking a Page from the 'Baking Bible'

    Test-driving the Chocolate Sweetheart Madeleines from Rose Levy Beranbaum’s 'The Baking Bible,' which we called, in our starred review, a "worthy tome" and a "must-have gem."

  • Ina Garten Talks 'Make it Ahead'

    Garten, the popular food personality and prolific cookbook author (her ninth, 'Make it Ahead,' just published), talks about the ultimate make-ahead Thanksgiving menu, her culinary influences, and what book is on her bedside table.

  • Gabrielle Hamilton on Her Long-Awaited Cookbook, 'Prune'

    As her legendary East Village restaurant, Prune, turns 15, chef Gabrielle Hamilton is stepping into new territory with the release her first-ever cookbook, 'Prune,' on November 3.

  • Bringing Back the Family Dinner: PW Talks with the Pollans

    Can the “family dinner” be revived? In a new cookbook, Corky, Lori, Dana, and Tracy Pollan (mother and sisters to Michael Pollan) set out to find an answer.

  • TV Show Cookbooks, the Fall Lineup

    In October, three new cookbooks based on hit TV shows will help you take your fandom to the next level—into the kitchen.

  • Baking Like the French: PW Talks With Dorie Greenspan

    The James Beard Award-winning author chats with PW about why the French don’t bake for fun, how women in France never say “non” to dessert, and one French take on a very American treat.

  • 5 Ways to Cook with Pumpkin, Besides the Pie

    Move over pumpkin pie. There are so many ways to be creative with fall’s favorite ingredient. Averie Sunshine, author of 'Cooking with Pumpkin: Recipes That Go Beyond the Pie' (Countryman Press, Oct.), offers five tasty alternatives.

  • How to Eat That Better, In Infographics

    Ever wonder how to craft the perfect salad bite? Or keep your grilled cheese crispy? These infographics from Dan Pashman, author of 'Eat More Better' (S&S, Oct.), will show you how.

  • Photos of Grandmas Around the World, With Their Signature Dishes

    A look inside Gabriele Galimberti's 'In Her Kitchen,' portraits of grandmothers from all over the world, who posed with their favorite dishes.

  • Make a Cronut at Home: New Cookbooks from NYC Bakeries

    Dominique Ansel reveals how to make a Cronut at home in 'Dominique Ansel: The Secret Recipes.' It's one of three books from New York-based bakeries coming this month.

  • Islamic Spiritual Publisher Gets into Cookbooks

    Six years after Blue Dome launched in the United States to publish books on Islamic spirituality, history, and art, it has added a new category to its list: cooking.

  • The Next Vegi-Renaissance: PW Talks With Yotam Ottolenghi

    Bestselling cookbook author Yotam Ottolenghi talked to PW about his new cookbook, moving beyond the expected, working with "exotic" ingredients, and the one question he can't be pinned down on.

  • 'Food Arts' Collection Heads to NYU

    The collection consists of nearly 3500 titles, including a complete set of the magazine and about 15 linear feet of archival materials.

  • Art, Poetry, and Food Combine in Eric-Shabazz Larkin's 'A Moose Boosh'

    In Eric-Shabazz Larkin's new collection of children's poetry, 'A Moose Boosh,' he combines playful and political poems about food and food culture with photographs "vandalized" with his own scribblings and doodles.

  • A New Editor for Cooking the Books

    Meet the new editor of Cooking the Books, PW news editor Clare Swanson.

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