Topics :: cookbooks

Southern Delights to Vegan Decadence: 3 Must-Have Cookbooks for Spring

By Laura Grimmer | Friday Apr 18, 2014
Spring often feels like a re-birth, and three new cookbooks are re-introducing traditional recipes and ingredients in innovative and interesting new ways.

Comfort Food Comes Home for Fall

By Laura Grimmer | Friday Sep 13, 2013
It’s time to relegate salads back to the first course. As the weather cools, EDGE takes a look at cookbooks that offer up comfort foods in new, innovative ways as well as classics that should be part of any home cook’s repertoire.

Gaza’s Hidden Culinary Delights

By Dia Hadid | Thursday Apr 11, 2013
The new cookbook "The Gaza Kitchen" is being praised by celebrity chefs like Anthony Bourdain for showcasing a unique, fiery variation of Mediterranean cuisine kept alive through blockade, war and impoverishment.

Passover Made Easy

By Matthew Wexler | Monday Mar 11, 2013
Cookbook authors Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek have put the "wow factor" into the Passover Seder with more than 60 recipes that are easy to prepare and delicious to eat.

Tarting It Up with Eric Lanlard

By Alejandra Ramos | Friday Jan 25, 2013
Poster boy pastry chef Eric Lanlard offers his take on sweet and savory pastries with the release of his new cookbook, "Tart It Up."

The Van Akens Co-Author "My Key West Kitchen"

Thursday Dec 13, 2012
Long before Jimmy Buffett wrote "Margaritaville" about Key West, James Beard award-winning chef Norman Van Aken had already pledged allegiance to the magical little scrap of land at the end of the rainbow

Home for the Holidays Gift Guide 2012

By Mark Thompson | Wednesday Nov 28, 2012
If you’re looking for gifts that might last a little longer than a bottle of bubby, then you could do worse than peruse some of the selections from this year’s "Home for the Holidays" gift guide.

A Bengali Culinary Journey with New Cookbook

Sunday Nov 11, 2012
Bengalis are one of the most food and culture obsessed people in India. They are commonly compared to the French in that regard, as dining and entertaining are such an integral part of their culture.

Debut Book by Two Michelin-Starred Chef Sat Bains

Thursday Oct 25, 2012
The eagerly anticipated literary debut from chef Sat Bains reveals the first insight into the food and philosophies of the two Michelin-starred chef. "Too Many Chiefs Only One Indian" follows the celebrated tasting menu format of Restaurant Sat Bains.

Star Chefs Turn to Mexican Haute Cuisine

By ADRIANA GOMEZ LICON | Thursday Sep 13, 2012
Christopher Kostow, whose restaurant in Napa Valley has three Michelin stars, wanted to sample the diversity of the country’s ingredients: gray oysters from Baja California, lychee-like hairy rambutan from southern Chiapas, and bags of red flying ants.