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  • Market Growth: PW Talks with Gabrielle Langholtz

    In "The New Greenmarket Cookbook," Gabrielle Langholtz combines the history of New York City's Greenmarket with profiles of its farmers and recipes from chefs and food writers inspired by its offerings.

  • App Report: Cookbook Cafe

    Like a potluck for the iPad, a vast community populates the Cookbook Café app.

  • Recipe Report: 'One-Hour Cheese' by Claudia Lucero

    With Claudia Lucero's "One-Hour Cheese," basic techniques and even more basic ingredients can yield a variety of cheeses in no time at all.

  • What’s Cooking at... Malaprop’s

    At Malaprop's in Asheville, N.C., local chefs often pop in to sign stock, cookbook events are common, and regionally-themed cookbooks like '"Tupelo Honey Cafe" strike a chord with customers.

  • A History of America, Through Food and Cookbooks

    What can cookbooks tell us about politics, economics, and daily life throughout American history? A new series from Michigan State University Press explores just that.

  • Smorgasbord: Links of Note, June 2, 2014

    This week, we’re reading about the cookbook legacy of Dr. Maya Angelou, Michael Ruhlman’s top egg dishes in New York City, and more.

  • From Coachella to a Cookbook, Coolhaus Ice Cream Is on the Rise

    In 2008, Coolhaus operated out of a food truck that barely ran. Now, its ice cream can be found nationwide. Here's how it happened.

  • Dig In: Four Wild Recipes from Barton G. Weiss's 'The Big Dish'

    Barton G. Weiss's new cookbook, "The Big Dish," is all about spectacle. Here are four of his most jaw-dropping offerings.

  • Smorgasbord: Links of Note, May 19, 2014

    This week, we’re reading about the next project from the team behind Modernist Cuisine, a slew of books for vegetarians, and more.

  • Food and Tech Startup Investments Pay Off for Harvard Common Press

    Harvard Common Press is augmenting its publishing efforts with investments in culinary and tech startups, as well as establishing a co-working space, the Food Loft, in Boston.

  • Baking and Blogging in Paris: PW Talks with David Lebovitz

    In David Lebovitz's new book, 'My Paris Kitchen: Recipes and Stories,' the blogger, former Chez Panisse pastry chef, and cookbook author recounts, through both personal stories and recipes, how he brings the city’s cuisine into his own kitchen in Paris.

  • Behind the Cookbook Bestsellers: April 2014

    National media appearances, extensive blog tours, and live events helped land new books from trainer Bob Harper, America's Test Kitchen, and Oh She Glows blogger Angela Liddon on PW's cookbook bestsellers list for April.

  • What’s Cooking at... Arcadia Books

    Cookbooks sell strongly year-round at Arcadia Books in Spring Green, Wis. – no surprise, perhaps, since a locally sourced kitchen and cafe are central to the store's identity.

  • App Report: Look & Cook

    Israel meets the Amazon (or Amazon.com, anyway) in Kinetic Art's new 'Look & Cook' app.

  • Smorgasbord: Links of Note, May 5, 2014

    This week, we're reading interviews with the likes of Ruth Reichl, Myron Mixon, and Diana Kennedy, as well as about how to have your lasagna and eat it, too.

  • New Grilling and Barbecue Cookbooks Heat Up a Popular Category

    As temperature climb in many areas of the U.S., thoughts of grilling and eating outdoors leap to mind, and publishers are rushing in to meet the needs of grilling newbies and experienced pitmasters alike.

  • Get Your Grill On: New BBQ and Grilling Cookbooks for Summer 2014

    From low-and-slow barbecue to cooking pizzas or tempeh on the grill, there’s a bounty of cookbooks arriving this spring and summer to satisfy readers who have been itching to fire up the grill all winter. Here’s a rundown of what’s available.

  • Burgers, Barbecue, and Brews: Beer Experts on What to Drink This Summer

    The eternal conundrum: Which beer to take to a backyard barbecue? We asked the experts, all of whom have new books out, which styles pair best with brats, burgers, and other grilling season staples.

  • Grilling as Social Conduit: The Story Behind ManBQue

    How a rooftop ritual turned into a “men’s grilling and lifestyle community” with chapters around the world and a brand new book, "ManBQue!: Meat. Beer. Rock and Roll."

  • Recipe Report: ‘Pitt Cue Co.: The Cookbook’

    When barbecue diehards debate the merits of various regional styles, the British Isles typically come up, well, never. That may have to change.

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