Through historical recipes and profiles of Black American chefs, home cooks, cooking school teachers, cookbook authors, and more, Jubilee reconstructs the true narrative of African American culinary history.
The Chinese-cooking expert's classic gets a worthy makeover.
Nine recipes to celebrate the release of Cork and Knife, Emily and Matt Clifton's flavor-packed new cookbook.
Ed Levine's new book, Serious Eater, chronicles the birth of Serious Eats.
Ed Levine's new memoir, Serious Eater, tells the unvarnished, riveting story of Serious Eats over the years.
A new cocktail book exploring creative big-batch drink recipes.
Learn what it took to grow Serious Eats from a personal blog into an award-winning food website.
Make finding the perfect holiday drink fun and interactive—with flowcharts!
The perfect presents for the person whose love of reading rivals their love of cooking and eating.
Michael W. Twitty's book The Cooking Gene belongs on every shelf. Its recent release in paperback provides an occasion to make the case.
Cook your way down memory lane.
Sue Jimenez discusses how she came to own the largest cookbook collection in the world.
A collection of 83 bar-worthy cocktails designed with the home mixologist in mind.
Why we're loving this guide to flavor pairings.
Gift ideas for the bookworm cook.
An assortment of memorable culinary reads.
An easy, fun, and hilarious read on raising adventurous eaters, even for folks who don't have children.
Before Jacques Pépin was a master chef, he was The Apprentice.
Part history, part ecological allegory, part cookbook, and 100% great storytelling
A beautifully photographed primer to the foods and culture of Southeast Asia.
Land of Plenty was the first comprehensive English-language Sichuan cookbook.
These books make food science accessible and straightforward.
It's no exaggeration to say that Rick Bayless's output is directly responsible for my love of regional Mexican cuisine.
An essential work on Japanese home cooking for English-speaking audiences.