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After 10 years, Food52’s Piglet Tournament of Cookbooks as we know it is no more. So we’re doing our own thing.
With this new British cookbook, your Black Friday dinner may be the best post-holiday meal ever.
Diana Henry’s latest cookbook encourages home cooks to get all chefy — without going crazy.
An award-winning writer, Caroline Eden takes us on a culinary journey through an ancient land.
A new cookbook celebrates the cuisine’s family-first traditions and new innovations.
In her new book, Chef Gabriela Cámara details her singular take on cooking and culture.
She’s probably dropped some hints that she’d like a new book, or for the kids to cook breakfast.
James Beard award nominee “Season” features Nik Sharma’s cooking, food styling and photography.
It may look boring, but “At My Table” is far from it. Especially if you make a chicken traybake.
The competition pits 16 new cookbooks whose culinary focuses span the globe.
Each transports you away from our cold Northwest winter to that sunnier Jamaican climate.
Is your friend or relative wishing for a Le Creuset dutch oven or Sur la Table spatulas? Read this.
Bernadette Wörndl’s “Fruit: Recipes that Celebrate Nature” combines inspiration with usefulness.
The Israeli-British chef directs you to straightforward home cooking and ‘What if?’ creations.
Saiphin Moore’s cookbook “Rosa’s Thai Cafe” explores dishes served during the Thai Vegetarian Festival.
This new cookbook offers 120 colorful, seasonal Northwest recipes from the natural foods market.
Cookbook author Anya Kassoff’s recipes turn colorful, plant-based, healthy food into delicious meals.
Atlanta chef melds traditional African-American cookery with modernist cuisine.
“How to Eat a Peach” author comes up with a menu and then decides who to invite over for dinner.
The cookbook “Sticky Fingers, Green Thumb” celebrates vegetables, edible flowers and herbs in baked desserts.