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  • Regional Cookbooks 2015: Middle East

    Middle Eastern cuisine has become more popular in the West, with new cookbooks highlighting dishes from Syria, Lebanon, Israel, and other countries.

  • Regional Cookbooks 2015: West Africa

    When it comes to African cookbooks, Morocco typically dominates. But this season, West Africa comes into focus.

  • Regional Cookbooks 2015: A World of Flavors

    This fall, an array of titles highlight traditional specialties, high-end restaurant dishes, and everything in between, from across the U.S. and around the world.

  • Embracing Bean-to-Bar: Chocolate Cookbooks Sweeten Up Fall

    Two new chocolate cookbooks from bean-to-bar chocolatiers are hitting shelves soon.

  • A Decade of 'Silver Spoon'

    Phaidon is rolling out four titles this fall as part of the 10th anniversary celebration of the landmark Italian cookbook.

  • Debut Novelist Pops Up at Chicago Dinner Lab Feast

    As author J. Ryan Stradal tours the country promoting his debut novel, he's being wined and dined by booksellers, and was the guest-of-honor at a Dinner Lab pop-up dinner in Chicago that featured a menu inspired by his book.

  • Atria Signs 'Nerdy Nummies' YouTube Star

    Simon & Schuster imprint Atria Books announced that this November, it will be publishing a baking cookbook by Rosanna Pansino, YouTube sensation and star of the Internet baking show 'Nerdy Nummies.'

  • Lonely Planet Rolling Out New Cookbook Series

    The first titles in the series, 'From the Source: Italy' and 'From the Source: Thailand,' go on sale September 1.

  • Doritos and Duck Fat: A Discussion with J. Kenji Lopez-Alt

    Serious Eats's J. Kenji Lopez-Alt shows readers how to make the best fried chicken, French fries, and other fare in the forthcoming 'The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science.'

  • Ecco Signs Indian Cookbook from D.C. Eatery, Rasika

    Acclaimed restaurateur Ashok Bajaj, chef Vikram Sunderam, and columnist David Hagedorn are collaborating on a new Indian cookbook called 'Rasika: Flavorful Recipes From A Groundbreaking Indian Restaurant.'

  • Author, Publisher Join Forces to Give Away Cookbook Contract

    As part of the publication of Kimberly Yorio's 'The Joy of Writing a Great Cookbook,' Yorio and her publisher, Page Street, have launched a contest featuring a cookbook contract with Page Street as the main prize.

  • A Look Inside the New Twinkie Cookbook

    To celebrate the return of the Twinkie, Hostess Brands, on the heels of its unprecedented comeback, has published 'The Twinkies Cookbook, Twinkies 85th Anniversary Edition' with Ten Speed Press.

  • Peruvian Cooking Heats Up Fall Cookbooks

    This fall, cookbook publishers are capitalizing on the new "it" cuisine’s rising popularity with titles from Peruvian chefs.

  • Bestselling Novelist Turns to Kickstarter for First Cookbook

    In the time she spent preparing for the release of her new novel with St. Martin's, Jane Green also had another project in the works—her first cookbook, which she is self-publishing with funding from Kickstarter.

  • Bay Area Spotlight 2015: Farm to Table To Shelf

    From innovative restaurants on every corner to foodies clamoring for the next trend, the Bay Area has one of the nation’s hottest culinary scenes.

  • Turning a Long Lost Cookbook Into a Bestseller

    How Schocken brought 'The Vilna Vegetarian Cookbook' back to life, and made it a bestseller.

  • Nikki Dinki's Star is on the Rise with New Show, Cookbook Deal

    St. Martin's has signed signed up Dinki for a cookbook called 'Meat on the Side,' which offers recipes that put “meat in the passenger seat.”

  • How One Writer Cooked Her Way Through Great Literature

    From Jane Austen's white soup to a liver mousse inspired by 'Silence of the Lambs,' butcher and writer Cara Nicoletti explores recipes inspired by classic and contemporary book.

  • How Emeril Lagasse Wrote His 'Ultimate' Cookbook

    The author, restaurateur, and TV personality talks about capturing his career in a new definitive recipe collection, 'Essential Emeril: Favorite Recipes and Hard-Won Wisdom from My Life in the Kitchen,' out from Oxmoor House in October.

  • The Women Behind Canada's Favorite Cookbooks Pass On the Brand

    Best of Bridge cookbooks, founded 40 years ago by a group of women who played bridge together, is now one of Canada's most popular line of cookbooks, with four million copies sold. To keep the tradition going, the ladies are passing their aprons to three women who are also friends that love to cook.

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