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I’m Obsessed With This 1986 Country Music Cookbook 

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Ghetto Gastro, in Its Own Words

With its upcoming cookbook, "Black Power Kitchen," the Bronx-based collective is bringing itself out of the abstract

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Ruby Tandoh, as She Is

With her new book, "Cook as You Are," the "Great British Bake Off" alum is taking up space, on her own terms

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The 10 Best Cookbooks of Fall 2022

New books by Deb Perelman, Molly Yeh, and Illyanna Maisonet provide kitchen inspiration this fall

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Tanya Holland Aims for Impact

The Oakland chef has achieved her life goal of building community — through her storied (but now-closed) restaurant, her media work, and her newest book, "California Soul." But she’s just getting started.

The Unlimited Potential of Meat-Free Asian Cookbooks

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

Vishwesh Bhatt’s Eggplant and Okra Caponata Recipe Is Summer Personified

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Michael Twitty Goes Deep Into the Black Jewish Kitchen

In his new book, "Koshersoul," the author of "The Cooking Gene" explores the intersections of African and Jewish diaspora cuisine and identity

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Billy Corgan’s Tea Shop Raises $250K for Highland Park Shooting Victims

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Let’s Talk About Carmy’s Cookbook Collection

It’s Judgment Day for Paul Hollywood

Six Americans test-bake the most American staples from "The Great British Bake Off" host’s new cookbook, "Bake"

Inside the Colorful, Campy, Unapologetically Horny World of Erotic Cookbooks

While it’s easy to dismiss them as gag gifts, there’s way more to erotic cookbooks than double entendres and naughty illustrations

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Meet the TikToker Going Viral by Baking His Way Through Great Depression-Era Cookbooks

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

Andy Baraghani’s Recipe for Cold Soba Noodles Is a Summertime Stunner

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The Numbers Driving New Cookbook Deals

Landing a cookbook deal involves good timing, a great idea — and increasingly, a ton of followers on social media

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Chicago Chef Damarr Brown Finds a Moment of Bliss on ‘Top Chef’

Sesame Shines in This Recipe for Smashed Potatoes With Roasted-Seaweed Sour Cream Dip

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Five London Chefs Feature in Eater’s Most Exciting Cookbooks of Spring 2022

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The 18 Best Cookbooks of Spring 2022

New titles from Rick Martinez, Kwame Onwuachi, Reem Assil, and more will add some spark to your spring cooking

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‘The Great Cookbook Challenge With Jamie Oliver’ Puts the Spotlight on Its Final Four

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‘The Great Cookbook Challenge With Jamie Oliver’ Can’t Get Beyond the Front Cover

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Meatball Shop Co-Founder Hawks Cookbook on Spotify’s Controversial Joe Rogan Show

What Is the Arabesque Kitchen?

In the past few years, the publishing industry has embraced cookbooks and authors from the Arabic-speaking world. But the stories told and dishes served are often the same ones, repeated over and over again.

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Jamie Oliver’s ‘Great Cookbook Challenge’ Arrives at a Crossroads

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Jamie Oliver’s ‘Great Cookbook Challenge’ Takes a Step Backward in Episode Two

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Jamie Oliver’s New Show Entertains While Caught in a Cookbook Catch-22

Thanks for Preordering! Your Cookbook Is at the Bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.

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Jamie Oliver’s Latest TV Show Promises a Cookbook Deal for New Talent

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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