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  • Cookbooks Preview: June 2018

    Kick off summer with journeys through the culinary landscapes of Italy and Cuba, a look at Indian street food, and a comprehensive guide to arguably the most essential tool in the kitchen.

  • Joanna Gaines’s Cookbook Sells 169K in First Week

    'Magnolia Table,' cookbook by the star of HGTV mega-hit 'Fixer Upper,' sold more than 169,000 copies in its first week on sale.

  • Reviews of 2018's James Beard Award Winning Books

    Coverage of this year's award winners—reviews, author Q&A's, and more.

  • Diana Henry and the Art of Menu Planning

    In her eleventh cookbook, 'How to Eat a Peach: Menus, Stories and Places,' British food writer Diana Henry explores how to craft a menu in every season. We chatted with the author about reaching readers in the States, the rules of menu-making, and what titles she’s looking to add to her vast cookbook collection.

  • Be Your Own Pitmaster: BBQ Books for Spring

    This season, we’ve got weeknight grilling, a compendium of barbecue recipes, and a how-to for Korean grilling.

  • What's Old is New: Retro Cookbooks on the Rise

    A crop of new cookbooks are updating heirloom recipes for a modern age (and for modern kitchens), bringing dishes like Steak Diane and Oysters Rockefeller back into the spotlight.

  • Handbooks for Health and Happiness from Reader's Digest

    With new editions of two popular books, Reader's Digest presents accessible guides to healthy, holistic living. (Sponsored)

  • Cookbooks Preview: March 2018

    A culinary exploration of Vietnam, a "must-read" chef memoir, and the secret to the perfect cake are hitting shelves next month.

  • Cookstr and Picador Look to Revive Classic Cookbooks

    Online recipe library Cookstr, founded in 2008 and acquired by Macmillan in 2014, is reviving three out-of-print cookbooks as part of a collaboration with Picador.

  • The Science of Taste: PW Talks with James Briscione

    We caught up with Briscione, author of the forthcoming book 'The Flavor Matrix' (HMH), to find out how chemistry is the key to why certain ingredient combos work—from pizza, to caramel and fish sauce.

  • The Bestselling Cookbooks of 2017

    With nearly 480,000 copies sold, Ree Drummond’s 'Come and Get It' was last year’s top selling print cookbook.

  • BuzzFeed's Tasty Wades Deeper Into Print

    The vertical that the online news site built on viral cooking videos had an unexpected bestseller after publishing its first book print-on demand. Now the question is: How do you bring a definitionally digital brand to the page?

  • Cookbooks Preview: February 2018

    A look at the cookbooks coming your way next month.

  • PW’s Most-Read Cooking Stories of 2017

    This year, we took a look at one cookbook’s journey from Broadway and ate Shake Shack burgers at home.

  • PW's Starred Cookbooks of 2017

    This year’s starred cookbooks take you on a trip to the heart of Thailand and into the kitchen of a Top Chef.

  • What's Cooking at Book Larder?

    We asked Lara Hamilton, owner at Seattle's Book Larder, to gather up her picks for every foodie in your life this season.

  • Big Name Chefs Come Together for Immigrant Cookbook

    Daniel Bouloud and Aarón Sánchez are among the culinary star contributors to an upcoming cookbook, which features recipes from more than 60 immigrant chefs.

  • How to Make the Perfect Apple Pie

    Linda Lomelino, author of 'Lomelino’s Pies,' offers tips on how to craft the ultimate pie this holiday.

  • Tinkering with Toast: New Cookbook Reimagines the Humble Snack

    Sarah Owens, who won a James Beard Award for her first cookbook 'Sourdough,' shows how to amp up one of the world's most humble snacks in her latest cookbook, 'Toast & Jam.'

  • Hole-y Dough: The Return of the Poke Cake

    The poke cake, which was popular in the 1970s and featured Jell-O filling, is making a comeback. At least it will be if food consultants Roxanne Wyss and Kathy Moore have their way; their new book, 'Delicious Poke Cakes,' aims to bring the throwback dessert into the 21st century.

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