Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Eat Your Books

September, 2014
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September’s a busy month as publishers ramp up production in advance of the holiday season--and more cookbooks means more giveaways! This month we’ve had loads of interesting articles like the Me & My Cookbooks series featuring Yotam Ottolenghi, a great cookbook store profile, plus a fun new feature in the Member Forum. Whether you are entering fall or spring, you’ll find mouthwatering soups to complement the season on our Pinterest board.

The team at EatYourBooks
Cooking together with your favorite authors
The latest addition to the EYB Forum, “Cooking together with an author,” was inspired by a topic on the Forum where members explored the recipes of Diana Henry. Now members can choose a favorite author or blog and get others cooking with them - sharing recipe experiences, talking about the books or blogs, and learning from the successes and challenges of others. Learn more »Cookbook authors
Me & My Cookbooks - Yotam Ottolenghi
Yotam Ottolenghi’s latest cookbook, Plenty More, is already a bestseller, inspiring countless cooks to expand their culinary boundaries. Now you can learn which cookbooks inspire him. He dishes on the authors he turns to for technique, which of his father’s cookbooks he would like to inherit, and the book that initially got him out of the library and into the kitchen. Continue reading »
Find cookbook events and cooking classes
The EYB World Calendar of Cookbook Events is brimming with information. You can find out about Ottolenghi’s Plenty More tour (hitting the UK, US, Canada, and Australia!), Erin Scott’s tour in support of Yummy Supper, Danielle Walker’s Against All Grains cookbook tour, Mark Bittman’s tour for How to Cook Everything Fast, and the New Zealand book tour by Annabel Langbein. In addition to book tours, the Calendar has information on cooking classes at various locations, including several at Central Market in Texas and classes featuring instructors like Molly Stevens and Nick Malgieri at the Institute for Culinary Education in NYC. Check to see what's coming to your area or plan a trip to coincide with an event. Find an event »
Cookbook store profile - Books to Cooks
Barbara-Jo McIntosh, cookbook author and contributor to the Vancouver culinary scene, opened Barbara-Jo’s Books to Cooks in 1997. Learn about her store, which features cooking classes and visits from guest chefs and cookbook authors in addition to an extensive collection of books dedicated to the culinary arts. See more »
Meet the authors
Erin ScottTessa KirosAnnabel Langbein
Blogger turned cookbook author Erin Scott shares her thoughts on healthy and delicious gluten-free living. Her blog and cookbook were inspired by her family's struggle with celiac disease and gluten intolerance.Traveler extraordinaire Tessa Kiros answers questions about her compilation cookbook, travels, and life in Tuscany with her husband and two children. Plus she discusses her favourite recipes.New Zealand’s Annabel Langbein follows the rhythms of her garden in her latest cookbook, Through the Seasons. Discover how she celebrates the timeless cycle of growing, harvesting, cooking, and sharing food.


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