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The Publishing World Is Finally Embracing Black Cookbooks

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.

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For Some Food Bloggers, Digital Cookbooks Are Better Than Print

Given the costs of creating a print version, going directly online can have higher dividends

With Cookbook ‘Horror Caviar,’ A24 Brings Terror to the Kitchen

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How to Make Iconic Austin Dishes With These 14 Local Cookbooks

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A Guide to Boston’s Best Restaurant Cookbooks

A Toasty Bulgogi Melt Recipe From TikTok’s the Korean Vegan

The wasabi-tinged sandwich from Joanne Lee Molinaro’s new cookbook is a crowd-pleaser

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London Chef Elizabeth Haigh’s Cookbook Withdrawn After Plagiarism Allegations

"Makan" has been subject to numerous reports of lifting material — both recipes and introductions — from other sources without attribution

The 17 Best Cookbooks of Fall 2021

New titles from Pati Jinich, Dorie Greenspan, Zoe Adjonyoh, and more to shake up your fall cooking

A Hearty Lasagna Recipe That Swaps Ground Beef for Ground Tuna

How to Make ‘Bake Off’ Star Nadiya Hussain’s Saag Paneer Spanakopita

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Many People Have Misconceptions About Eating Wild Game Meat. ‘The Hog Book’ Wants to Fix That.

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The Best Vegetarian and Vegan Cookbooks, According to Vegetarian and Vegan Chefs

How to Make Savory, Sublime Potato and Peanut Empanaditas 

A Shrimp Creole Recipe That’s Fed Generations on a Coastal Georgia Farm

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The New Nick’s Cove Cookbook Is a Classic Road Trip Up Highway 1

This Recipe for Chewy Birthday Cake Butter Mochi Is as Fun as It Sounds

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The 17 Best Cookbooks of Spring 2021

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The 17 Best Cookbooks of Spring 2021 

New titles from Nigella Lawson, Julia Turshen, Rodney Scott and more will shape the way you cook this season

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The New Mister Jiu’s Cookbook is a Deep Dive Into Chinese-American Food

How to Build a Chinese-American Cookbook

Writer Tienlon Ho talks about collaborating with chef Brandon Jew on their new cookbook, "Mister Jiu’s in Chinatown," and the challenges of documenting this moment in time in Chinese-American food

A Country Captain Recipe From a New Cookbook All About Rice

Before No-Recipe Cooking, There Was Mrs. Levy

Look past the giblet pudding and cholera cures, and you’ll find a 19th-century cookbook that anticipates a 21st-century cooking trend

How to Make Smoked Trout, According to a Chef in Tasmania

A recipe for brown sugar-cured hot smoked trout from new cookbook "How Wild Things Are" by Analiese Gregory

The Salted Honey Chess Pie the Grey’s Mashama Bailey and John O. Morisano Freak Out Over

8 Highly Giftable Cookbooks by New York Chefs

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North Carolina Chef Vivian Howard Wants to Help Home Cooks With Her New Book

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The New ‘High Stakes Baking’ Book From a San Francisco Essential Is Made for Pastry Diehards

This Baked Sweet Potato Recipe Will Enliven All of Your Senses

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The Joy of Cooking Other People’s ‘Secret Family Recipes’

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London Food Writers and Chefs Share Their Favourite Cookbooks

Nigella Lawson, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Dan Lepard join Eater writers to offer a bounty of inspiration for eating in

Beloved Food Blogger Mely Martinez’s Recipe for Comforting Sopa de Fideo

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The Best Cookbooks of Fall 2020

New cookbooks from Ina Garten, Vivian Howard, Yotam Ottolenghi, and more will restore some much-needed joy to cooking

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