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  • 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.

  • Beyond Rustic: Publishers Take Up ‘Field-to-Table’ Cookbook Trend

    A wave of new cookbooks coming this spring teach readers the ins and outs of foraging and "field-to-table" cuisine.

  • Cookbooks Preview: March 2016

    Where do you want to go? Italy? Thailand? Bob's Burgers? March's cookbooks take you there.

  • Phaidon Bets Big on Vegetarian Cookbooks

    Why the publisher is releasing vegetarian-only cookbooks for the first time in 10 years.

  • Cookbooks Preview: February 2016

    Coming in February: a cookbook from supermodel Chrissy Teigen, James Beard's American classics, and proper Koreatown food.

  • The Bestselling Cookbooks of 2015

    Ree Drummond claimed three of the top 10 bestselling cookbooks of the year, including the top spot with her latest Pioneer Woman Cooks title.

  • PW's Top Cookbook Stories of 2015

    From food bloggers' cookbook picks to regional cuisine, these were PW's top cookbooks stories of 2015.

  • Cookbooks Preview: January 2016

    January's cookbooks find inspiration in Asia's bustling night markets and in one of London's poshest French restaurants.

  • Bone Broth Redux: New Cookbooks Keep Last Year’s Craze Simmering

    If this season’s cookbook shelf is any indication, bone broth—last winter’s superfood supreme—is here to stay.

  • Cookbooks Preview, November 2015

    Next month's cookbooks include the latest from Nigella, the first book from a YouTube phenom, and a cookbook from the man behind Mission Chinese.

  • Cocktails and Finger Foods, According to Mark Bittman's Recipe Matrix

    In his new cookbook, 'Mark Bittman's Kitchen Matrix' (Pam Krauss Books, Oct. 27), Bittman builds on his How to Cook Everything line of books with 700 customizable recipes presented in matrix form.

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