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  • Strange, Surreal Cookbook by Salvador Dalí an Improbable Holiday Bestseller

    A reissue of an opulent and bizarre 40-year-old cookbook by surrealist master Salvador Dalí is flying off the shelves.

  • Behind the Cookbook Bestsellers: October 2016

    Ina Garten’s 'Cooking for Jeffrey' trounced the cookbook competition in October. Other bestsellers included the latest from Anthony Bourdain and Alton Brown.

  • Cookbooks Preview: December 2016

    The holidays haven't yet come and gone, but as a look at books hitting shelves in December shows, there's a slew of titles for those ready to get a jump-start on their New Year's resolutions.

  • Teamwork, and Kickstarter, Get Late Author's Book to Shelves

    How the husband and daughter of food writer and historian Joy Santlofer helped complete Joy's book, 'Food City,' after she died suddenly in 2013.

  • Cookbooks Preview: November 2016

    Healthy cocktails, accessible Japanese cooking, and Salvador Dalí’s master plan for a dinner party, all coming your way in November.

  • Phaidon Breaks New Ground with Milk & Honey Cocktail Book

    Phaidon is expanding its nascent beverage list with 'Regarding Cocktails,' the first and only cocktail recipe book from Sasha Petraske, the late, legendary owner of the New York City bar Milk & Honey.

  • Lonely Planet Launches Food Imprint

    Travel guidebook publisher Lonely Planet has announced the launch of imprint Lonely Planet Food, which will house all of the company's food-related books.

  • If It Isn't Great, It Isn't Dinner: PW Talks with Ina Garten

    For her 10th cookbook, Ina Garten gets personal, gathering recipes for her husband of nearly 50 years, Jeffrey Garten, in 'Cooking for Jeffrey.'

  • With Dovetail, a Product Designer Branches Into Books

    The Brooklyn-based W&P Design, which is established in the food-and-drink market, is launching a publishing company to pair books with its original products.

  • The Next Chapter for ‘Against All Grain’

    With 375,000 copies of her previous books sold, Danielle Walker is gearing up for the release of 'Against All Grains Celebrations,' the lead title this fall for her new publisher Ten Speed.

  • Cookbooks Preview: September 2016

    September brings a look into Jewish cuisine, the latest from Australia's leading food editor, and a spate of cookbooks about "everyday" eating.

  • Longtime Cookbook Collaborator Makes Her Solo Debut

    Julia Turshen has worked with Mario Batali, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Dana Cowin, but is now stepping into the limelight with her debut, 'Small Victories,' due out from Chronicle Books on September 6.

  • Cookbooks Preview: August 2016

    Cook your way through the dog days of August with an ode to tortillas, a compendium on spiralizing, and the wacky and weird tie-in cookbook to 'Doctor Who.'

  • The Making of a Bestseller: 'The Bob's Burgers Burger Book'

    How the tie-in cookbook to the Emmy Award-winning animated series, which has sold more than 40,000 copies since it went on sale in March, came to be.

  • Cookbooks Preview: July 2016

    July's cookbooks are all about ingredients, with takes on how to source them (including Marcella Hazan's tips on navigating the market), and preserve them so that you can still get the tastes of summer come December.

  • Cookbooks Previews: June 2016

    Cookbooks with roots in Korea, Africa, and Brooklyn (of course) share shelf space with a couple unconventional titles: one on tiki drinks, and one on elevated cooking with marijuana.

  • Reviews of 2016's James Beard Award-Winning Books

    Fourteen book awards were handed out at the 2016 James Beard Awards. We list the winners and round up PW's earlier coverage: reviews, interviews, podcasts, and more.

  • Cookbooks Preview: May 2016

    Outdoor cooking season is nearly here, and May's cookbooks offer plenty to keep you and your grill going.

  • Nobody Wants the B Meal: PW Talks with Anna Thomas

    Anna Thomas is back with a new book, 'Vegan, Vegetarian, Omnivore,' that aims to get everyone eating together at the same table, no matter what their position is on bacon or quinoa.

  • Cookbooks Preview: April 2016

    April's cookbooks are full of big names, big flavors, and recipes you can make in less time than it takes to watch an episode of Top Chef.

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