AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN
The America’s Test Kitchen Family Cookbook: Revised Edition (Oct., $34.95) by the editors of America’s Test Kitchen completely updates the original, which has sold more than 300,000 copies since October 2005. 15-city author tour.
Skinny Cooks Can’t Be Trusted (Nov., $26.95) by Mo’Nique. The comedienne and author of Skinny Women Are Evil serves up recipes that are definitely not low-fat. 8-city author tour.
Nell Hill’s Entertaining in Style: Inspiring Parties and Seasonal Celebrations (Sept., $29.95) by Mary Carol Garrity is organized around the changing seasons.
The Apron Book: Making, Wearing, and Sharing a Bit of Cloth and Comfort (Sept., $16.95) by EllynAnne Geisel surveys the roles of aprons through the years.
In the Kitchen with Mary & Martha: Cookin’ Up Christmas (Sept., $14.97) by Mary & Martha offers tips, recipes and inspiration for the holidays. 35,000 first printing.
A Country Music Christmas: Songs, Memories, Family Photographs and Recipes from America’s Favorite Country and Gospel Stars (Oct., $25) by Edie Hand and Buddy Killen shares holiday merriment from 65 singers; includes CD.
What to Drink with What You Eat: The Definitive Guide to Pairing Food with Wine, Beer, Spirits, Coffee, Tea—Even Water—Based on Expert Advice from America’s Best Sommeliers (Oct., $35) by Andrew Dornenburg and Karen Page contains advice from the James Beard Award—winning writing team.
Inspirations (Nov., $45) by Preston Bailey showcases lush floral creations in 150 full-color photographs.
Tartine (Oct., $35) by Elisabeth Prueitt and Chad Robertson. The pastry chef and master baker share recipes and secrets.
CLEVELAND CLINIC PRESS
Sober Celebrations: Lively Entertaining Without the Spirits (Oct., $24.95) by Liz Scott provides 25 menus and 150 recipes without a drop of alcohol. $50,000 ad/promo.Author tour.
The Good Home Cookbook: More than 1000 Classic American Recipes (Oct., $29.95), edited by Richard J. Perry, celebrates distinctly American cuisine, from breakfast to dinner and dessert. 20,000 first printing. $50,000 ad/promo. 15-city author tour.
King Arthur Flour Whole Grain Baking: Delicious Recipes Using Nutritious Whole Grains (Oct., $35) by King Arthur Flour editors explores new recipes, flour, flavors and categories of whole-grain baked goods. 75,000 first printing. Ad/promo. Author tour.
FAIR WINDS PRESS
The Kid-Friendly ADHD and Autism Cookbook (Sept., $24.95) by Pamela Compart, M.D., and Dana Laake features gluten-free and dairy-free recipes to aid children with development disorders.
Three Guys from Miami Celebrate Cuban: 100 Great Recipes for Cuban Entertaining (Sept., $29.95) by Glenn Lindgren et al. devises all-new, easy-to-do recipes.
GIBBS SMITH/WYRICK & CO.
Southern Weddings: New Looks from the Old South (Jan., $29.95) by Tara Guèrard organizes 10 glamorous affairs to emulate or adjust.
The Juan-Carlos Cruz Calorie Countdown: A 5-Week Eating Strategy for Sustainable Weight Loss (Jan., $26) by Juan-Carlos Cruz with Martha Rose Shulman advocates lowering caloric intake incrementally with more than 150 low-cal, low-fat recipes. Author publicity.
Chicken Soup for the Soul Recipes for Busy Moms (Oct., $19.95) by Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen with Mr. Food spices nutritious recipes with inspirational stories.
Baking: From My Home to Yours (Nov., $40) by Dorie Greenspan reveals not only her own dessert secrets but those of famous chefs as well. Author tour.
My Grandmother’s Chinese Kitchen: 100 Family Recipes and Life Lessons (Jan., $25.95) by Eileen Yin-Fei Lo mixes together family recipes, memories and stories.
Jamie’s Italy (Nov., $34.95) by Jamie Oliver. The seasoned cookbook author devotes an entire volume to Italian cuisine. 175,000 first printing. The Good Cook selection. Author tour. .
Ideals Favorite Family Recipes (Oct., $16.95), edited by Peggy Schaefer, culls recipes from other Ideals cookbooks and from Ideals magazine.
The Book of Sake: A Connoisseur’s Guide (Oct., $25) by Philip Harper explains how sake is produced and which sakes go with what foods.
Kaiseki: The Exquisite Cuisine of Kyoto’s Kikunoi Restaurant (Nov., $45) by Yoshihiro Murata, photos by Masahi Kuma, is both a cookbook and an art book.
Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book, 14th Edition (Sept., $29.95; paper $19.95). Several new features—and more than 1,400 recipes—ensure the continued popularity of this kitchen classic.
Sandra Lee Semi-Homemade Cool Kids’ Cooking (Oct., $19.95) by Sandra Lee assembles kid-friendly recipes for meals, after-school treats and snacks.
MINNESOTA HISTORICAL SOCIETY PRESS
Baking with the St. Paul Bread Club: Recipes, Tips and Stories (Sept., $24.95) by Kim Ode dedicates itself to the art of the perfect loaf.
One Cake, One Hundred Desserts (Sept., $29.95) by Greg Case and Keri Fisher takes aim at home bakers with little time but big expectations. 25,000 first printing.
The Improvisational Cook (Oct., $34.95) by Sally Schneider discusses the underlying principles and logic of a recipe, thereby allowing adaptation.
The Lee Bros. Cookbook: Stories and Recipes for Southerners and Would-Be Southerners (Oct., $35) by Matt Lee and Ted Lee collects Southern recipes for everyday cooks. 8-city author tour.
Wine, Food & Friends (Sept., $24.95) by Karen MacNeil combines the culinary savvy of Cooking Light with the author’s wine expertise 75,000 first printing. Ad/promo.
Williams-Sonoma Food Made Fast series: Soup by Georgeanne Brennan, Slow Cooker by Norman Kolpas, Pasta by Julia della Croce, Baking by Lou Seibert Pappas, and Weeknight (Oct., $17.95 each) by Melanie Barnard offer easy-to-follow recipes that call for no more than 12 ingredients. 65,000 each first printing, Ad/promo
Breakfast, Lunch & Tea (Nov., $29.95) by Rose Carrarini is the first cookbook from the creative force behind the Anglo-French bakery and restaurant, Rose Bakery, in Paris.
Stonewall Kitchen Favorites: Delicious Recipes to Share with Family and Friends Every Day (Sept., $32.50) by Jonathan King et al. injects everyday dishes with a fresh spirit.
Barefoot Contessa at Home: Everyday Recipes You’ll Make Over and Over Again (Oct., $35) by Ina Garten infuses familiar recipes with her distinctive twists. 500,000 first printing.
Tyler’s Ultimate: Brilliant Simple Food to Make Any Time (Oct., $35) by Tyler Florence. The Food Network hunk creates more than 125 high-impact but accessible dishes. 75,000 first printing.Ad/promo. 6-city author tour.
Perfect Desserts (Nov., $16.95) by the editors of Good Housekeeping magazine assembles more than 80 easy-to-prepare recipes for pies, cakes, cookies and more.
The Taste of Home Cookbook: Timeless Recipes from Trusted Home Cooks (Sept., $29.95) by the editors of Taste of Home magazine. This five-ring binder is organized into 25 chapters, with more than 1,200 recipes and some 1,100 color photographs.
In Great Taste (Sept., $29.95) by Evelyn H. Lauder promotes recipes that enhance health and well-being as part of the Estée Lauder company’s 2006 Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign.
Morgan Freeman & Friends: Caribbean Cooking for a Cause (Oct., $35) by Morgan Freeman et al. dishes up recipes contributed by celebrities; profits will benefit the hurricane-devastated island of Grenada.
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The Food Encyclopedia: Over 8,000 Ingredients, Tools, Techniques and People (Oct., $49.95) by Jacques L. Rolland cross-references entries on foods, cooking methods, wines, beverages and biographies.
Starting with Ingredients, Quintessential Recipes for the Way We Really Cook(Oct., $35) by Aliza Green concentrates on specific ingredients to demonstrate a variety of cooking methods, flavors and ethnic inspirations. 100,000 first printing. Ad/promo. 30-city author tour.
The Red Hat Society Cookbook (Sept., $24.99) by Sue Ellen Cooper highlights over 1,000 recipes, plus stories and photographs, submitted by members from around the world.
RYLAND PETERS & SMALL
Enjoying Wine (Sept., $19.95) by Chris Losh discourses on buying, tasting, drinking and collecting.
The Joy of Cooking 75th Anniversary Edition (Oct., $30) by Irma S. Rombauer, Marion Rombauer Becker and Ethan Becker restores the classic work’s original voices in this major revision. 500,000 first printing.
SHOEMAKER & HOARD
A Stew or a Story: An Assortment of Short Works by M.F.K. Fisher (Nov., $28), edited by Joan Reardon, collects Fisher’s essays on people, places and food.
Good Housekeeping Supermarket Diet Cookbook (Jan., $19.95) by Janis Jibrin with Susan Westmoreland provides 175 recipes to help dieters stay the course.
STEWART, TABORI & CHANG
I’m Just Here for the Food: The Director’s Cut (Oct., $32.50) by Alton Brown. The star and director of the Food Network’s Good Eats reappears with more recipes, more pages and even a refrigerator magnet.
TEN SPEED PRESS
Into the Vietnamese Kitchen: Treasured Foodways, Modern Flavors (Oct., $35) by Andrea Nguyen takes a comprehensive view of Vietnamese cooking.
Big Small Plates (Oct., $35) by Cindy Pawlcyn puts forth a sampler-size selection of starters, soups, finger foods and sweets.
How to Cure a Hangover: The Best Remedies from the World’s Greatest Bartenders (Oct., $16.95) by Andrew Irving promises relief from excess. A Little Book.
Filipino-American Kitchen (Dec., $24.95) by Jennifer M. Aranas brings together 100-plus traditional and contemporary adaptations of Filipino recipes.
The Food Lover’s Guide to the Gourmet Secrets of Rome (Oct.) by Diane Seed and …of Paris (Oct., $45 each) by Kate Whiteman. Local authorities give tips on hidden culinary delights.
I Like You: Hospitality Under the Influence (Oct., $27.99) by Amy Sedaris proves entertaining can be entertaining when the tongue is planted firmly in the cheek.
The Little Big Book of Comfort Food (Sept, $24.95), edited by Natasha Tabori Fried et al. collects 200 basic, foolproof, simple-to-make recipes from real kitchens and real families.
The Bon Appetit Cookbook (Sept., $34.95) by Barbara Fairchild compiles more than 1,200 recipes from the 50-year-old magazine.
Betty Crocker Cookbook for Women: How to Eat Right to Enjoy Your Best Health and Well-Being at Every Stage of Your Life (Dec., $24.95) by the Betty Crocker editors balances tips, advice and nutrition.
Pillsbury Baking (Oct., $24.95) by the Pillsbury editors makes baking accessible to time-crunched families.
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From Crab Shack to Oyster Bar: Exploring Scotland’s Seafood Trail (Sept., $20) by Carole Fitzgerald travels Scotland’s coastline, which is undergoing a culinary revolution.