Monday, May 18, 2015

The US Cookbook Scene with PW

What's Cooking at BEA 2015
The cookbook authors who will be speaking, signing, and even cooking at this year's BookExpo America and its consumer extension, BookCon. more
Exploring New York in a Dozen Dishes: PW Talks with Robert Sietsema
Scrambled brains, guinea pig, and the humble pizza pie: veteran food critic Robert Sietsema discusses the story behind his new book, 'New York in a Dozen Dishes' (and gives BEA goers a tip on must-hit spots). more
Where to Eat and Drink After the Expo
For our pre-BEA issue of 'Publishers Weekly,' we asked PW staffers and industry veterans for recommendations on where to eat and drink when the floors at Javits close (as well as places to shop, and snap a selfie). Click through to check out the interactive map

April Cookbook Bestsellers
'Trisha's Table' and 'Thug Kitchen' topped the list last month. Click through to see all the top selling cookbooks.
Sarah Leah Chase's Return to Cookbook Writing
After a two-decade hiatus, which included time spent working alongside friend Ina Garten (who cites Chase as one of her inspirations), the author of the bestselling 'Silver Palate Good Times Cookbook' is back with 'New England Open-House Cookbook,' out from Workman in June. more

The 'World's Most Expensive Cookbook' Launched at Cannes
Vikas Khanna's latest cookbook, 'Utsav: A Culinary Epic of Indian Festivals,' launched at the swanky film festival, will run for $13,000.
Ottolenghi Talks Cookbooks at Brandeis
Before receiving an honorary degree, Yotam Ottolenghi spoke at a breakfast with trustees about the personal stories behind his cookbooks.
The Most Successful Chefs of 2015
See who tops the list, compiled by Fox News, at $356 million.
Jamie Oliver Going Veggie, Part-Time
Some of his most popular recipes include those for steak, burgers and southern fried chicken, but now the chef is encouraging people to ditch meat for a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle several days a week, as he plans to launch a vegetarian cookbook.

Unlikely Celebrity Cookbooks
'Paste' lists some surprising celebrity cookbooks by Liberace, Kenny Rogers, Boy George, and more.

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