Sporadic Reading | Wyatt’s World

Nonfiction, poetry, and short story collections to focus your busiest days

Best Books 2013: Cookbooks

The best cookbooks of 2013.

Telling Stories Through Food

These recent narrative cookbooks combine the twin pleasures of cooking and reading

Hail to the Chef

Recent titles from well-known chefs.

Best Sellers | Cookbooks, October 1, 2013

Cookbook bestsellers.

Dealing with Diabetes

Guides and diet plans to assist those with diabetes.

Provence, 1970 Begins a Food Revolution | RA Crossroads

A seminal meal in southeast France leads to a culinary revolution; suggest these read-alikes, read-arounds, and watch-around to immerse patrons in your library’s cooking, art, and DVD collections.

Nonfiction Previews, December 2013, Pt. 1: Six Books for Improved Fitness

American Heart Association. American Heart Association Go Red for Women Cookbook. Clarkson Potter. Dec. 2013. 256p. ISBN 9780385346214. $22.50; ebk. ISBN 9780385346221. COOKBOOK The American Heart Association (AHA) celebrates the tenth anniversary of its Go Red for Women campaign, aimed at improving women’s health, with a cookbook featuring 200 easy-on-time, easy-on-the-heart recipes for everything from […]

Cookbook Reviews | April 15, 2013

Reviews of Nigella Lawson’s Nigellissima, Christophe Felder’s Patisserie, and Richard Blais’s Try This at Home, plus a full list of cookbook reviews from the Apr. 15 issue.

Q&A: Nigella Lawson | April 15, 2013

Nigella Lawson is a British food writer (Nigella Kitchen) and television personality (Nigella Bites; The Taste) whose warm, personal writing style and obvious delight in the pleasures of the table have made her an international star. Her ninth book, Nigellissima, is a celebration of Italian food and flavors. In your introduction to Nigellissima, you mention […]