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GourmetMexican

Recipe Road Test: "The Gourmet Mexican Kitchen" Carnitas de Puerco

There are a lot of really good dishes in The Gourmet Mexican Kitchen (it topped our Best Cookbooks of the Month list in February) but the Carnitas de Puerco recipe put my slow cooker version to shame...

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Celebrating 25 Years of Culinary Excellence

2015 marks the 25th anniversary of the prestigious James Beard Awards, honoring culinary excellence across the food industry. The finalists for the coveted book prizes are...

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PlentyMore

Foodie Favorites: IACP Award Finalists

It used to be that a copy of the Betty Crocker Cookbook was all you'd really need in the kitchen, but why limit oneself to a single volume when there are cookbooks on everything from haute cuisine to booze popsicles? The International Association of Culinary Professionals are here to help winnow it down with their finalists for the 2015 ICAP awards...

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LightenUpYall

Recipe Road Test: "Lighten Up, Y'All" Stovetop Apple Pie

I have a weakness for pretty much any and all desserts, and for that reason (maybe just one more slice...okay, really, just one more...) I rarely make them at home. But thanks to the Stovetop Apple Pie in Virginia Willis' new cookbook, Lighten Up, Y'All, the homemade dessert is back on my plate...

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Get Cooking: February's Best Cookbooks

Our favorite cookbooks this month range from single ingredient focused, like Virgin Territory, to the best new books on grain-free cooking, and decadent treats in Dessert for Two or Chocopologie. Here are five of the Best Cookbooks of February...

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Recipe Road Test: "Sheet Pan Suppers" Pork Chops

After cooking a meal, dealing with the prep aftermath feels like getting paid in wooden nickels, so there's nothing I love more than one-container cooking. Of course there's the ol' faithful crock pot, but Molly Gilbert has opened my eyes to the myriad possibilities of the sheet pan, far beyond baking cookies and catching spillovers...

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MasteringMistakesKitchen

Mistakes Were Made. Dana Cowin Helps Us Fix Them.

I first became aware of Dana Cowin through my love affair with Top Chef where Cowin, the editor-in-chief of Food & Wine magazine, is a guest judge every season. Then last fall came her first cookbook, Mastering My Mistakes in...

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Gut

"My Own Hunt for Health" - Reading Along with Author Heather Abel

Originally from Los Angeles, Heather Abel now lives in western Massachusetts with her husband and daughters. Her most recent non-fiction is about celiac disease, bananas, her mom, and the rise of the gluten-free diet. Here, Heather tells us about what...

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BoatWhaleWalrus

A Boat, a Whale & A Walrus Walk Into a...Conversation with Renee Erickson

Renee Erickson has earned local and national accolades for her Seattle restaurants over the last couple of years and this fall penned her first cookbook which we promptly chose as a Best Cookbook of October and recently a Best Cookbook...

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12 Days of Cookie Recipes: Giada, Ina, Ree, Dorie and More

Now that we've shared the favorite holiday cookie from 10 different popular cookbook authors and 2 amazing bakeries, the only question is what to make first? All are mouth-watering and alone or collectively will be a hit this holiday season....

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