It is a well-known, although not so frequently discussed, fact that African-American cooks, chefs, and food writers have played a crucial and central role in the development of US cuisines since colonial times.
Sometimes food can be more than spectacular. It can be inspired. Consider this array of dishes.
With these books in your arsenal, your year will be whole lot more delicious. Well, you're going to want to clear off space
Anne Sophie Pic is the fourth of six women in the world to gain the three star Michelin crown and her story is legendary.
Written by the enigmatic Robin Cherry, it is the garlic lover's new bedside bible.
Huckleberry is sure to delight any avid home baker.
Interview With Jennifer McLagan, Author of <i>Bitter: A Taste of the World's Most Dangerous Flavor</i>
It's a fabulous book for those who are familiar with cooking with this most divisive taste, and for those who are a bit more wary.
New food resources that are worth your time.
I knew that I wanted to spend more time outdoors, that I wanted to grow vegetables, and that I somehow wanted to be part of the team working to restore real food to the world. I knew I was ready to be my own boss -- and to live on a much smaller budget.
What better gift for a food-lover than a cookbook? What matters in a cookbook is that it is uncomplicated, personal and as delightful to read as enjoyable to cook or bake from.
Butchering a whole chicken is easy with a well-placed knife and proper tension.
Now that Jerusalem has become one of the best selling cookbooks in recent years, it may be time to look at it in context.
Learn from the stars.
So many of our favorite chefs are releasing cookbooks this fall. Here's a taste.
We love a woman who can compare a meat dish to a Bill Blass suit.
Alicia Silverstone, Coolio and Tony Danza are just some of the celebrities who have written cookbooks.
Food writing at its best.
In addition to using common ingredients like fruits and vegetables or almond butter and flaxseed, Superfood Smoothies also focuses on exotic superfoods, many of which will be new to readers.
Salt. It may be the only food we eat that starts as a rock. Reason enough to check out this book and to try this recipe.
Eleven Madison Park's new cookbook I Love New York highlights the best of what local food producers offer at their restaurant.