Photographer William Hereford's wordless instructional videos might be the missing link between magazines and tablets.
Do you have room on your bookshelf for the most comprehensive collection of science-based culinary techniques ever?
'The Pot and How to Use It,' a collection of rice cooker recipes, comes out in September.
One-Pot Meals will feature healthy and easy dishes.
Also in the magazine this week: openings in Brooklyn and Queens, and a recipe for sugar snap peas.
Does the world really need another cupcake cookbook?
The Amateur Gourmet's second book will be a cookbook.
Introducing the “Quesa-diddle-ya” and the “Sex Crazy Mofo Tofu Scramble.”
Barbecue advice from the master.
The 2010 IACP cookbook award winners were announced last night.
A sweet pea and lemon-ricotta ravioli, plus a launch party in Union Square.
They'll be taking arty pictures all night at this new West Town hangout.
DNA tests show whale meat served in L.A. and Korea, while police are called to an attack at a Marina del Rey restaurant.
A "Baker's Dozen" of the best baking books of all time.
The mother of slow food visits Brooklyn to discuss her new book.
The Beard-nominated Athens chef will be serving dinner, and publishing a cookbook.
Glossy black and totally unlike any of the other cookbooks out there.
A sitcom star could land in court for upsetting a toque and a celebrity chef may be over-thinking his child's name.
Plus: A convicted mobster's liquor license saga, and the rise of the gastrohotel, all in our morning news roundup.