Entries Tagged as 'News'

Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

Giuliano Hazan updating his Classic Pasta Cookbook with Kickstarter funds

Read Giuliano Hazan’s post regarding the e-book edition of The Classic Pasta Cookbook.

Saturday, August 27th, 2011

Pioneer Woman premiers on Food Network

The Pioneer Lady, Ree Drummond; made famous with her blog and cookbook: The Pioneer Woman Cooks : Recipes From An Accidental Country Girl premiers on the Food Channel today.

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

Delia Smith’s Frugal Food Released

Delia Smith’s Frugal Food officially re-issued today! Read the review at the Telegraph website. Read Delia’s biography at DeliaOnline.com. The current issue of Yours magazine contains an interview with Delia about this book and other things. Woman magazine out today contains another interview.

Tuesday, October 21st, 2008

Martha Stewart book released

Today is the release date for Martha Stewart’s new book, Martha Stewart’s Cooking School: Lessons and Recipes for the Home Cook. Check the “Cooking School Book Tour” listing on Martha’s website to see if she’ll be visiting your neighborhood bookstore.

Saturday, October 4th, 2008

Claudia Roden

While reading Nina Simonds blog, Spices of Life, I discovered that tomorrow, at The New Yorker festival, a conversation between Claudia Roden and Jane Kramer will take place. Jane Kramer profiled Roden for the 2007 Food Issue of The New Yorker. Kramer and Roden will discuss Roden’s latest culinary discoveries while tastings of the dishes […]

Friday, October 3rd, 2008

Cindy Mushet makes the Gourmet Magazine Cookbook Club

This month, Cindy Mushet’s newly published book, The Art and Soul of Baking, garnered a positive review by Gourmet Magazine. Mushet’s book will be sold through Gourmet‘s Cookbook Club. See the Cindy Mushet video: Tips to fix common baking problems at Gourmet‘s website.

Monday, September 22nd, 2008

The Forme of Cury(e) goes virtual

The BBC reports that John Rylands University Library of University of Manchester is currently in the process of digitizing a group of early English manscripts from their collection for viewing over the internet. Included is the The Forme of Cury: A Roll Of Ancient English Cookery Compiled about A.D. 1390 by the Master Cooks of […]

Friday, September 19th, 2008

Cook Book sales rise in 2008

CNN reports that “a weak economy has turned cooking into a necessity for many Americans.” BIGResearch, a Worthington, Ohio-based firm that does consumer research, found that about 45% of Americans are dining at home in 2008; (rather than going out) in order to save money. CNN mentions that Borders Group, Inc. and Amazon.com have both […]

Saturday, September 13th, 2008

Delia Smith returns to newsprint

Almost four decades after she wrote her first cookery column Delia Smith is returning to newprint with a new column, Delia Smith’s recipes in the Telegraph Saturday magazine. Smith’s book, Frugal Food (1976), will be reprinted. Smith says, “We’re keeping the same introduction because, when we read it, we realised that it’s absolutely relevant to […]

Thursday, September 4th, 2008

Betty Crocker – Minnesota’s most famous resident

FLOUR POWER Minneapolis Star Tribune – Minneapolis, MN, USA Other marketing milestones include the 1950 launch of the “Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book,” which became one of the bestselling books in publishing history . . .