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  • App Report: Craft Cocktail

    With a slick design, gorgeous photography, and – most importantly – delicious drink recipes, Craft Cocktail raises the bar on mixology apps.

  • Smorgasbord: Links of Note, Apr. 7, 2014

    This week, we’re reading about the cookbooks of Laurie Colwin and Paula Wolfert, the life of a restaurant sous chef, the current state of craft brewing, and more.

  • In Bars and in Books, American Whiskey Is on the Rise

    As sales of bourbon and American whiskey continue to rise, publishers are stepping in to help guide and inform consumers.

  • 'Cooking the Books,' April 7, 2014: A Note from the Editor

    Hello, and welcome to your new 'Cooking the Books.' Beginning with this issue, we'll be landing in your inbox twice every month, bringing you even more news, interviews, deals, reviews, and forward-looking coverage of cookbooks and other writing from the world of food and drink. And as the newly expanded newsletter gets underway, I’d love to hear from you. (Yes, you.)

  • Tasting Menu: Five Food Books to Watch for in May 2014

    From fried chicken to ice-cream sandwiches and the future of the American diet, here are five May books we’re hungry for now.

  • Cakes with More Than Meets the Eye

    With blogger Amanda Rettke's debut cookbook, "Surprise-Inside Cakes," bakers can create cakes with a secret inside.

  • What’s Cooking at... Avid Bookshop

    At Avid Bookshop in Athens, Ga., the store's bestselling book – period – is a cookbook.

  • Passing the Spatula

    Meet the new editor of Cooking the Books, John Sellers.

  • Healthy Sales for Gluten-Free Cookbooks

    Gluten-free cookbooks are as popular as ever with mainstream home cooks.

  • Sweet Paul's Art of Crafts and Recipes

    Norwegian-born Paul Lowe, aka 'Sweet Paul,' entertains friends with homey recipes and crafts from his book "Eat and Make."

  • Recipe Report: Beet and Ricotta Gnocchi with Gorgonzola Sauce

    Michele Scicolone swaps potatoes for beets in "The Italian Vegetable Cookbook."

  • App Report: The Better Bacon Book

    The Better Bacon Book app offers swine at its most divine.

  • Join PW's Cookbook Webcast

    This Friday, March 21, panelists will discuss the surprising places where cookbooks are selling.

  • Frenchie: Greg Marchand

    When Greg Marchand began working in the London restaurant Fifteen, it’s owner, celebrity chef Jamie Oliver dubbed him “Frenchie” because he was the only French person in the kitchen. The name stuck, and now it graces Marchand’s Paris restaurant, as well as his other endeavors: a wine bar, Frenchie to Go, and this April, his first cookbook, "Frenchie," published in the U.S. this April by Artisan.

  • IACP Announces 2014 Food Writing Finalists

    The association lists 60 books in 20 categories.

  • Americana Cookbooks Make a Comeback

    Classic American recipes are returning to cookbook lists.

  • Carla Hall's 3 Indispensable Cookbooks

    The Chew's host chooses cookbooks that inspire creativity.

  • Fat Tuesday on a Slim Phone

    The Extreme Cajun Cooking app brings home the flavors of Mardi Gras.

  • The U.S. Cookbook Market Abroad

    Most publishers seem to agree that, nowadays, specialty cookbooks are popular abroad, including gluten-free and vegan cooking titles.

  • Cook Shops: A Taste for Books

    Thirty-year-old Kitchen Arts & Letters in New York City is arguably the granddad of independent cookbook stores in the U.S. But it’s not the only store to create a book haven for chefs, bartenders, and home cooks.

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