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Ad Hoc at Home Cookbook Cover

Update: The book is out! Read our review of Ad Hoc at Home.
Here's the newly-released cover of the upcoming Ad Hoc at Home, the cookbook featuring recipes from the kitchen of Thomas Keller's more family-friendly comfort-food restaurant. It comes out November 1st, 2009, and you can preorder on Amazon.
The description from Amazon:
Thomas Keller showcases dishes [...]

Cookbook Popularity: Innovation vs. Mass Appeal

Photo by miss julie
In today's St. Petersburg Times, Janet Keeler takes a panoramic look at the state of cookbook publishing. Cookbook sales are up 4% despite an overall industry decline of 9%, which has everyone happy. But Keeler's concerned that there's a jarring dissonance between the books that win awards, and the books that rake [...]

Review: Danny Meyer's Mix Shake Stir

Feeling drinky? Hitting shelves today is Mix Shake Stir: Recipes from Danny Meyer's Acclaimed New York City Restaurants (buy on Amazon), a cocktail book aggregating the best and brightest concoctions poured up at the nine New York restaurants that make up Union Square Hospitality Group — boldface names like Eleven Madison Park, Tabla, Shake Shack, [...]

Tout de Sweet: The Sweet Life In Paris by David Lebovitz [book review]

I went into this review with more than a little bias in favor of David Lebovitz. A former Chez Panisse pastry chef turned cookbook author, he's responsible for my favorite dessert cookbook of all time, Room for Dessert. (The book is, tragically, out of print, and used copies run about $50 a pop online.) But [...]

Our James Beard Picks vs. The Beard Awards

Fat by Jennifer McLagan came up big, winning for Single Subject and Cookbook of the Year — read the reviewed on EMD.
The James Beard Awards were last night, and with 6 out of our 10 cookbook picks coming up golden, we're calling the evening a success. A hearty congrats to the winners.
American Cooking
Our Pick: Cooking [...]

Laura Miller and the Misogynist WSJ Cookbook Roundup

Laura Miller's recent article in the Wall Street Journal, "A Recipe for Escapism," is a recession-themed cookbook round-up awkwardly grouped by "the inner cravings they cater to," such as "Toxic Nostalgia" and "Southern Fried Schtick." It would be benign enough, if a bit condescending and poorly-researched, if not for the following:
For one segment of the [...]

Big Deals: Cooking for Gracie and The New Brooklyn Cookbook

New York Times editor Keith Dixon has landed a book deal at Crown based on his series of articles that "recounts a year in the life of a new parent learning to cook for three." The book will be called Cooking for Gracie, and we're been promised that it will be "charming and humorous."
Also on [...]

Big Deals: Depression Cooking With Clara Gets a Cookbook

Can't say we didn't see this one coming: Publisher's Marketplace reports that Clara Cannucciari, the 93-year-old great-grandmother whose YouTube videos of Depression-era cookery have swept the food blogs, has signed on with St. Martin's Press to publish Clara's Kitchen: Wisdom, Memories and Recipes from the Great Depression.
The book promises "words of wisdom to buck [...]

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