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A Hamilton-Inspired Cookbook Is Coming This Fall

Plus a lifestyle book from Kate Hudson, and more book deals

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Lin-Manuel Miranda's Final Performance In 'Hamilton' On Broadway Photo by Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images

Hamilton fans, rejoice: Clearly inspired by the diehard fandom that’s sprung up around Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway musical, a new Alexander Hamilton-inspired cookbook is coming this November. Called simply The Hamilton Cookbook, it will enable home cooks to “recreate a meal Hamilton might have eaten after a Revolutionary War battle or as he composed the Federalist Papers.”

— Following in the footsteps of fellow wealthy white women like Gwyneth Paltrow and Blake Lively, actress Kate Hudson is hopping on the lifestyle train: Her “illustrated lifestyle and entertaining guide” Pretty Fun will be published October 31, replete with healthy recipes, entertaining tips, and notes on “how to be in the moment.”

— The first cookbook from NYC chef Missy Robbins (A Voce, Lilia) comes out September 19. Angled as a cookbook-memoir, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner...Life! Recipes and Adventures from My Home Kitchen is inspired by the year Robbins took off from cooking professionally to focus on her personal health and relationships.

Cookbook guru Julia Turshen’s second solo book is coming this fall, and it’s a timely one: Feed the Resistance is being touted as a “practical and inspiring handbook for political activism” that will also include more than two dozen recipes from Turshen and some big-name chefs. Book proceeds will be donated to the ACLU.

— Landmark UK steakhouse Hawksmoor — which is slated to expand to NYC later this year — will publish its second book in time for Christmas. Called Hawksmoor: Restaurants and Recipes, it will commemorate the restaurant’s tenth year and feature recipes, cocktail how-tos, and interviews with the "people who have made Hawksmoor what it is, infused with their unique geeky knowledge and sense of fun.”

— Food writer Alison Roman is releasing her first book this fall: Dining In is slated for publishing October 24 by Clarkson Potter and will feature “125 recipes for simple, of-the-moment dishes that are full of quickie techniques.” (See a trend here? Both Robbins’ and Roman’s books feature cover photography that’s decidedly Instagram-inspired — a style seemingly pioneered by LA chef Jessica Koslow, whose Everything I Want to Eat: Sqirl and the New California Cooking was one of last fall’s biggest cookbook hits.)