Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Eat Your Books January Newsletter

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Dear Bookman Beattie,

This month we’re continuing to look back at 2016’s favorite cookbooks, this time with rankings of the bestselling books from our favorite cookbook stores. It is always interesting to see how the lists from specialty stores compare with sales figures from industry data.

January also brings a record number of cookbook giveaways. Most of these books also feature recipe excerpts so you can get a feel for the book before you buy. You’ll also find a featured magazine with over 5,500 online recipes, author interviews, your favorite lists, and inspiration from our
Valentine's Day Pinterest board. Happy cooking!

The team at EatYourBooks
Bestselling cookbooks of 2016
Best cookbooks 2016
Our friends at cookbook stores around the world provided us with their lists for the bestselling cookbooks of last year, and depending on the store, the results differ a good bit from US sales reported by the publishing industry data company, Nielsen.

While big names like Ina Garten dominated the mainstream market, other authors popped up in the specialty store lists. The memoir 32 Yolks by Eric Ripert topped a couple of lists and Small Victories by Julia Turshen also made a few appearances, but none of the stores had the same bestsellers. See all of the cookbook store lists
on the EYB blog
Highlighted magazine - Delicious (UK)
Delicious (UK) magazine
January’s highlighted magazine is Delicious (UK). Billed as “an unashamed celebration of food”, the magazine features quality recipes accompanied by stunning photographs.

We’ve indexed all 159 issues of Delicious (UK). Adding this magazine to your Bookshelf is like getting 28 cookbooks for free! To add all issues, featuring 
over 5,500 online recipes, use the date range 12/1/2003 to 1/1/2017, and subscribe to automatically add future issues. It can take some time for online recipes to be linked, so make sure to check back often. Browse Delicious (UK) in the EYB Library


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