Baking Is Back | Wyatt’s World


To the delight of many, PBS’s The Great British Baking Show returns for its third season. Celebrate and connect with readers by diving into the stacks and putting your best baking books on display. Here are a few new works to consider as well.

Nonfiction: Decadent Desserts That Won’t Pile on the Pounds | Xpress Reviews


Bakers and especially eaters will appreciate this collection of delicious treats that are visually appealing yet light on calories

Mediterranean Jewish Food, Irish Country Recipes, and Korean Cooking | Cooking Reviews, March 15, 2016

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An exhaustive Jewish cookbook from three Mediterranean Jewish cultures, a compelling blend of delicious recipes from the Irish countryside, an approachable gateway to Korean cuisine, and other savory cookbooks to satisfy your palate

All the Food You Want To Eat | Cooking Reviews, February 15, 2016


An ­excellent and thorough treatment of pudding-like desserts; an essential addition for serious bread enthusiasts; Miller’s collection is unfussy, versatile, and filled with stories; an unconventional and laugh-out-loud funny delight

Mission Chinese Food, Foster’s Market, the New Sugar & Spice | Cooking Reviews, November 15, 2015


Bowien’s debut cookbook is not to be missed; if you love bakery/cafe cookbooks and easy entertaining, Foster’s cookbook is a must; Seneviratne’s recipes will lure many home cooks; Snyder’s take will satisfy sweet-toothed citrus lovers

Real Korean, New German, Recipes for Every Day | Cooking Reviews, March 15, 2015


Bloomfield’s latest is an excellent companion to its popular predecessor, a fresh look at outdoor entertaining, Korean cuisine gains a wider audience, the relationship between food and fiction, a refined and chic German cookbook.

Cooking Reviews | November 15, 2013


The latest cooking reviews from the November 15, 2013 issue.

Cooking Reviews | August 15, 2013


Cooking reviews from the August 2013 issue.