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  • Supercomputer Watson Has Cookbook Coming

    The new book, 'Cognitive Cooking with Chef Watson,' will be published by Sourcebooks in April.

  • After the Embargo: Cookbook Author Ana Sofia Peláez on Cuban Cuisine

    Peláez, author of 'The Cuban Table: A Celebration of Food, Flavors, and History,' talks about what might happen to Cuban cuisine if the embargo is lifted.

  • The Bestselling Cookbooks of 2014

    Ina Garten's ninth cookbook, 'Make it Ahead,' was the top-selling cookbook of last year, moving more than 500,000 copies.

  • Publishers Weekly's Top Cooking Stories of 2014

    Trends, milestones, roundups, and recipes—here are PW's top 10 cookbook stories of 2014.

  • Mimi Sheraton's Foods to Eat Before You Die

    Sheraton, former 'New York Times' food critic and cookbook author, talks about the challenges and joys of creating the ultimate foodie bucket list.

  • World Cookbook Fair Coming to Frankfurt 2015

    In 2015, the Frankfurt Book Fair will be staging The World Cookbook Fair, which promises to, according to the Frankfurt Book Fair, "bring the very best publishers and authors of the culinary sector."

  • The Year’s Fattest Cookbooks

    From 'How to Cook Everything Fast' to an authoritative collection of Mexican recipes, here's a look at a few of the hefty cookbooks of 2014. ]

  • Cookbooks Preview, January 2015

    From books that will light a fire under your New Year's resolutions, to an exploration of the science of taste, to the ultimate foodie bucket list, here are titles to watch for in January.

  • Healthy Shopping Know-How: PW Talks with Melissa d’Arabian

    In her forthcoming book, 'Supermarket Healthy' (Clarkson Potter, Dec.), Food Network personality Melissa d’Arabian shows home cooks how to make the most out of grocery store shopping.

  • PW Talks to Copenhagen's Hottest Chef, Christian Puglisi

    PW talks food and technique with a Michelin-starred chef whose new cookbook reflects his philosophy that fine dining has “little to do with the way people actually want to eat.”

  • Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks to Move

    A possible new home has opened up for the long-time out-of-print and antiquarian cookbook store, after being forced out of its Greenwich Village location.

  • Hitting the Road, to Crowdfund a Cookbook

    A New York City blogger hosted dinner parties throughout the U.S., in hopes to raise money for her self-published, debut cookbook.

  • 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."

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