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  • 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.

  • With Three-Book Deal, Martha Stewart Re-Ups at Clarkson Potter

    Clarkson Potter, an imprint of the Crown Publishing Group, extended its long-standing collaboration with Stewart, announcing it will be releasing three new books by Stewart slated for publication through 2019.

  • ATK and Sourcebooks to Collaborate on Food-Related Books for Kids

    America’s Test Kitchen, the Boston-based publisher and multimedia company best known for its eponymous public television show, is partnering with Sourcebooks to launch a line of children's books.

  • What's Cooking at Read It and Eat?

    Esther Dairiam, who opened the Read It and Eat cookbook store in Chicago, picks her top five food-related books for the holidays. They include two debut chef/restaurant cookbooks, two that focus on Middle Eastern cuisines, and a food memoir that looks at the culinary history of the South.

  • Mixologist Jim Meehan Talks Drinks

    Bartender Jim Meehan of PDT bar and book fame took off time from his newly opened bar in Chicago’s West Loop, Prairie School, to talk about being a spirits nerd and his newly released "Meehan’s Bartender Manual."

  • Texas Book Festival 2017: Meat and Veggies - Gail Simmons and Mark Bittman

    Mark Bittman and Gail Simmons have a way with food. Whatever you want, they can cook it, and show you how

  • BAM Gets Behind Debut Cookbook in New Holiday Promo

    The nation's second largest bookstore chain is going exclusive with a debut cookbook by an Alabama food blogger as part of a holiday promotion running through the end of the year.

  • A Nutritarian Call to Action: PW Talks with Dr. Joel Fuhrman's Editor

    Bestselling author and family physician Joel Fuhrman calls on Americans to give up fast food and processed food, as he lays out the benefits of a nutrient-dense, plant-rich, or nutritarian, diet, which can reverse heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.

  • The 'Fix-It and Forget-It' Queen on Her Latest Cookbook

    Phyllis Good, known for her bestselling series of slow cooker cookbooks, is out with her first new cookbook in three years. And, while she's moved beyond her famous tagline, she has not abandoned her favorite kitchen appliance.

  • What to Eat After the Zombie Apocalypse: PW Talks with Chef Lauren Wilson

    Wilson, who manages Rose's Bar and Grill in Brooklyn, discusses her latest cookbook, which is a companion to AMC's 'The Walking Dead,' and details how fans can make everything from deer stew to acorn cookies.

  • Can Blue Apron Deliver on Cookbooks?

    The meal delivery service is releasing its first cookbook in October and its publisher, Harper Wave, has big ambitions. The imprint has called the title "the new culinary bible" and claims it deserves a place on the shelf alongside such classics as 'The Silver Palate' and 'The Joy of Cooking.'

  • From a Buyer: The Seven Most Anticipated Cookbooks of Fall

    Lisa Gozashti, co-owner of the Brookline Booksmith and the store's longtime cookbook buyer, is looking forward to new books about Swedish and Palestinian food, as well as the latest from chefs like Yotam Ottolenghi and Matt Jennings.

  • Beyond Napa: PW Talks with ‘Around the World in Eighty Wines’ Author Mike Veseth

    An economics professor takes a global journey through the world of wine, with stops in Syria, Lebanon, and more.

  • Spotlight on Taste of Home Cookbooks

    This September, Taste of Home launches two new photo-packed cookbooks featuring over 1,000 recipes from across its print and digital platforms (Sponsored)

  • Sheet Cheat: New Cookbooks Mark the Rise of Sheet-Pan Cooking

    Nothing excites home cooks—or publishers—like a one-tool meal. And a spate of forthcoming titles tout one of the most humble kitchen essentials, the basic sheet pan, as the only thing you need to make a robust meal.

  • ‘Grand Central Market Cookbook’ Lifts Veil on L.A. Food Scene

    'The Grand Central Market Cookbook' takes readers into the iconic Los Angeles market for food that, as one of the book's authors put it, offers "a peephole" into the city's culinary scene at large.

  • Women and Food: PW Talks with ‘What She Ate’ Author Laura Shapiro

    In 'What She Ate' (Viking, July), the culinary historian looks at six notable women, including Dorothy Wordsworth and Helen Gurley Brown, and their relationships with food.

  • With New Cookbook Line, Artisan Looks to Draw New Readers...and Retailers

    The books in the publisher's new Artisinal Kitchen line are priced modestly for the publisher and the category, at $12.95, and are intended to appeal to new readers...and make it into more retail outlets.

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