Monday, March 16, 2015

Cookbook News with PW

Trisha Yearwood Lightens Up with 'Trisha's Table'
In 'Trisha's Table: My Feel-Good Favorites for a Balanced Life,' country megastar and Food Network host Trisha Yearwood offers lighter versions of the comfort foods she was raised on, including her remake of a decadent classic—fried chicken. more
Fix-It and Forget-It Lives Again
Phyllis Good’s Fix-It and Forget-It slow cooker cookbooks, which have sold more than 11 million copies since the first title was published in 2000, are getting a second chance at a new home, Skyhorse Publishing. more
What's Cooking? Food-Infused Fiction for Kids
In the first part on our series of all things food and publishing for kids, we look at young readers' fascination with celebrity chefs and cooking competition shows, which appears to be helping to shape a new generation of foodies – and feeding a budding publishing trend. more
A Recipe for Success: Tips for Self-Publishing Your Cookbook
Three chef-authors and a cooking-website editor offer advice to anyone thinking of self-publishing a cookbook. more
February's Bestselling Cookbooks
'The Great Big Pressure Cooker Book' (Clarkson Potter), by Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough, topped our list of bestselling cookbooks last month. Click through for the full list. more

13 Delicious Comics about Cooking and Eating
From Japanese cooking competitions to fine French restaurants, baking bread and vegetarian dishes, we've put together a tasty list of 13 great comics about all kinds of food and cooking. more

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