Monday, June 1, 2015

Emeril's 'Ultimate' Cookbook
The author, restaurateur, and TV personality talks about capturing his career in a new definitive recipe collection, 'Essential Emeril: Favorite Recipes and Hard-Won Wisdom from My Life in the Kitchen,' out from Oxmoor House in October. more
America's Test Kitchen Goes Small with 100 Essential Recipes
America's Test Kitchen hopes to give home chefs a better option than the "excess" of online recipes with its big Christmas book, '100 Recipes: The Absolute Best Ways to Make the True Essentials.' more
The Women Behind Canada's Favorite Cookbooks Pass On the Brand
Best of Bridge cookbooks, founded 40 years ago by a group of women who played bridge together, is now one of Canada's most popular line of cookbooks, with four million copies sold. To keep the tradition going, the ladies are passing their aprons to three women who are also friends that love to cook. more

Paleo Baby Cookbook Under Fire
Nutritionists question celebrity chef's "pâtés, bone marrow purees and fermented vegetables" for babies.

Inside Ottolenghi's Test Kitchen
NPR goes inside the epicenter of the Yotam Ottolenghi food empire.

A First Look at Ruth Reichl's New Cookbook
The book, 'My Kitchen Year: 136 Recipes That Saved My Life,' chronicles the period in Reichl's life just after 'Gourmet' magazine folded at the end of 2009. Random House will publish in September.

The Resurrection of a Rare Yiddish Cookbook
The 'Vilna Vegetarian Cookbook,' which Fania Lewando first published in Yiddish in 1938, will be released in English next week.

Phyllis Richman’s Private Cookbook Collection on Sale
Titles from former 'Washington Post' food section editor and restaurant critic Phyllis Richman’s cookbook collection are being sold, for charity. 

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