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  • Out with the S’more Vodka, In with the Genever: PW Talks with David and Lesley Jacobs Solmonson

    David and Lesley Jacobs Solmonson, co-authors of 'The 12 Bottle Bar,' explain why home bartenders don't need to stock $60 bottles of obscure, unpronounceable liqueurs to make drinks worthy of the golden age of cocktails.

  • This Fall, a Focus on Food for National Geographic

    Through books for children and adults, print and online features, a miniseries, and an exhibition, National Geographic is exploring how the world eats and what the future of our food system may look like.

  • Behind the Cookbook Bestsellers: June 2014

    One of the Pioneer Woman’s perennially popular cookbooks and a sweet taste of the South are just two of top-selling titles on PW's cookbook bestsellers list for June.

  • ‘Reckless Optimism’: PW Talks with Hannah Hart

    Hannah Hart talks to PW about adapting her hit YouTube series, "My Drunk Kitchen," into a cookbook (of sorts), as well as the oddness of internet fame and what she cooks like in real life.

  • Recipe Report: 'A Simple Feast' by Diana Yen

    To host a summer dinner party, PW's Clare Swanson turned to the "pure and unfussy" recipes from Diana Yen's new cookbook, 'A Simple Feast.'

  • App Report: Every Day Is a Food Holiday

    Happy Junk Food Day! There's a food-centric holiday for every day of the year, and a newly updated app from Food.com collects recipes to celebrate each and every one of them.

  • Chefs Cook at Home: Fall Cookbooks 2014

    Among this fall's cookbook trends, restaurant chefs are sharing their secrets for cooking at home, German food swings to the forefront, and beverages (alcoholic or not) are in the spotlight.

  • Cookbook News Bites: July 7, 2014

    This week, chef/author John Currence takes home a SIBA award for 'Pickles, Pigs & Whiskey,' and the authors of 'Sweet Mandarin Cookbook' cook for the British Prime Minister and Chinese Premier.

  • What a Food Writer Eats: PW Talks with Diana Henry

    Food writer Diana Henry spoke with PW about the pleasures of "accidentally healthy" eating and why her latest cookbook, 'A Change of Appetite,' isn't a "diet" book.

  • Cooking for Literacy—and Health

    This summer, Parkway Central Library in Philadelphia has debuted a state-of-the-art Culinary Literacy Center, designed to combat low literacy rates while helping residents become confident cooks.

  • Defining ‘Vibrant’: Two Debut Cookbook Authors' Perfect Summer Meals

    First-time cookbook authors Kimberley Hasselbrink and Anya Kassoff describe what “vibrant” food means to them and suggest perfect height-of-summer meals.

  • Comics and Cavepeople: Nom Nom Paleo Is Having Fun with Food

    For Michelle Tam, what started as a lifestyle change has turned into a popular blog and app, a bestselling cookbook—and an action figure.

  • Smorgasbord: Links of Note, June 16, 2014

    This week, we’re reading about Manhattan standby Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks, and new cookbooks from Arcadia Books, Flying Dog Brewery, and Amar'e Stoudemmire.

  • Behind the Cookbook Bestsellers: May 2014

    This month, we look at a pair of household names, Guy Fieri and Michael Pollan, whose latest books—an outdoor-centric cookbook and a study of the way cooking transforms the food we eat—hit PW’s cookbook bestseller list.

  • 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.

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