Two of them are beloved figures in the food world.
Now that he's softened up to Emeril, who is Anthony Bourdain ranting about in his follow-up to Kitchen Confidential? A first look.
"Big, heavy cookbooks take up a lot of space. They don't blink, come to life, or talk to you. They're just cardboard and paper fusions of inanimate ingredients that readily fall apart and rot. Still, I imagine they'll last...
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt has bought the rights to Martin Cizmar's "appropriately snarky" weight-loss guide.
A food writer transplanted from NY to SF says that San Francisco needs to accept that we're the "gorgeous younger sister" who everyone wants to be like.
The Amateur Gourmet's second book will be a cookbook.
Introducing the “Quesa-diddle-ya” and the “Sex Crazy Mofo Tofu Scramble.”
Barbecue advice from the master.
The 2010 IACP cookbook award winners were announced last night.
A sweet pea and lemon-ricotta ravioli, plus a launch party in Union Square.
The Paladar and Centrico chef has sold a new cookbook.
A bidding war over 'The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science.'
A "Baker's Dozen" of the best baking books of all time.
Petrossian offers a three-course dinner with a book signing.
The Beard-nominated Athens chef will be serving dinner, and publishing a cookbook.
A techno wizard helps finish the book "Gristle," while India prepares food as a weapon.
Glossy black and totally unlike any of the other cookbooks out there.
The Rittenhouse pub's homage to cookbooks of yore
The popular foodie e-columnist has a book out, and it'll tell you where to take both your gay uncle or your just-of-age nephew when he's in town.
Eat: L.A. ensures a safe haven for a popular food truck.