Chronicle Books

You can't go wrong with these delicious holiday dishes.
This quick bread makes the perfect afternoon snack whenever you’re in need of a chocolate fix.  It has a deep chocolate flavor
Adapted from Oleana chef Ana Sortun’s cookbook, Spice: Flavors of the Eastern Mediterranean, this chilled soup’s pure tomato
This combination of sweet peaches, burrata, and salty prosciutto is a fun play on caprese salad. With a baguette and bottle
It’s difficult to replicate steakhouse burgers at home because most steakhouses use closely-guarded recipes and custom ground
Marinated in seasoned buttermilk and pan-fried to crunchy perfection, these homemade tenders are delicious on their own, perched
Lisa Congdon's wistful portraits celebrate Kara Walker, Louise Bourgeois and more.
Dianna Hutts Aston is best known for her acclaimed, award-winning, nonfiction nature books, illustrated by Sylvia Long and published by Chronicle Books. But Dianna's latest work is a disarming, narrative account of her mid-life adventures across America.
Do we calculate our compassion -- our own humanity -- against the measure of individual faces and particular stories or against the staggering reality of the math? The millions fleeing. The miles of razor-wire.
When you enter one of my drawings, the first thing you might notice is that it feels incredibly hot. Everyone and everything including the plants, the animals, and the people, are covered in sweat. I think that's a perfect description of where I'm from.