Releases like Hetty McKinnon’s To Asia, With Love and Hannah Che’s The Vegan Chinese Kitchen give cooks a chance to tell specific stories
In his new book, "Koshersoul," the author of "The Cooking Gene" explores the intersections of African and Jewish diaspora cuisine and identity
While it’s easy to dismiss them as gag gifts, there’s way more to erotic cookbooks than double entendres and naughty illustrations
When B. Dylan Hollis started making lost-to-time recipes like broiled humdingers and pork cakes, he had no clue he was on the path to TikTok stardom
An industry-wide reckoning last summer led to growing publisher interest in books about the African diaspora and its foodways. But Black authors, editors, and booksellers have long been doing the work.
Given the costs of creating a print version, going directly online can have higher dividends