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Feast for the Soul: Jim Harrison on Wine and Food

Feast for the Soul: Jim Harrison on Wine and Food

By Ann Levin | Mar 24
A posthumous collection of essays by Jim Harrison offers insights about much more than his epic, 37-course meal in France.

Is Vanilla the New Salt? 'Vanilla Table' May Think So

By Laura Grimmer | Mar 15
"Vanilla Table," the elegant new cookbook by ballerina-turned-chef Natasha Miller, could change the way you think about vanilla.

New Takes on Traditional Dishes: The New Passover Menu Cookbook

By Laura Grimmer | Mar 7
Kosher baker Paula Shoyer's "The New Passover Menu" is here to save you from the same old Seder, a shameful Shabbat spread or a yawn-worthy Yom Tov dinner.

In Israel, Arab Chefs Carve Out a Distinct Cuisine

By Daniella Cheslow | Dec 14
Palestinian chef Johnny Goric has cooked for President Barack Obama and served as a judge on the Palestinian version of Masterchef. In July, he put out his first cookbook - but rather than publish in his native Arabic, his recipes are in Hebrew.

The Best Food Books of 2015

By J. M. Hirsch | Nov 21
Have you ordered your copy of the latest five-ingredient-paleo-gluten-free-Nordic-kale smoothie cookbook yet? Me either. You know why? Because nobody outside hipster man bun-loving enclaves in Brooklyn and Los Angeles actually eats that way.

Jessica Seinfeld Heads Back to Kitchen with New Cookbook

By J.M. Hirsch | Apr 9
If you're still not comfortable in the kitchen, Jessica Seinfeld is ready to hold your hand one more time.

Irish Chef Clodagh McKenna Takes on St. Patrick's Favorites

By Kelsy Chauvin | Mar 17
Our exclusive interview with Irish chef Clodagh McKenna.

What Does the Pope (and his Army) Eat?

By Daniela Berretta | Jan 26
A chef who serves in the Swiss Guards, David Geisser, is shedding light on the culinary tastes of the pope's army with a new cookbook,"Buon Appetito."

Ultimate Hangover Recipes from Duck & Waffle

By EDGE | Dec 23
There is no other time of year when comfort food tastes so good and will help ease the pain of that fourth (or was it fifth?) round at the holiday office party. Fortunately, we've got recipes from the new cookbook, "Duck & Waffle."

Food Books: A Very Good Year for Geeks and Grains

By J.M. Hirsch | Nov 19
Geeks, grains and globe-trotting. Nearly every one of this year's best food books seems to fall into one of those categories.

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