Best cookbooks for August 2015 includes titles by Katie Workman, Donna Hay, Aaron Franklin, and Cal Peternell from our staff members.
Can a cookbook alter evermore the course of your existence? We certainly think so. Here are the ones changing our lives.
Curious about the books that keep us up late at night, that we trust more than our spouses, that we just can’t put down? They’re here.
David, frantic for a Father’s Day gift, is stunned to find hipster food from Brooklyn that he loves. He thinks your dude will love it, too.
Do real women drink red? This essay from wine writer Lettie Teague challenges some annoyingly pervasive gender wine stereotypes.
How to strike up a conversation at a cocktail party, in an elevator with your boss’s boss, and other potentially awkward situations.
Some nights—actually, most nights—the sexiest thing around is a strategy for putting dinner on the table with a single pan. Here it is.
Soup Club. Funny how two small words can bring such big things, including nourishment, friendship, and a night off from cooking.
Given that there are so many forms of drunkenness—some prettier than others—shouldn’t there be a unique way to describe each?
The late Joan Rivers indulges us with her inimitable, opinionated, and fond way of seeing the food of her childhood.
All your favorite nursery rhyme characters—all grown up, new to parenthood, and in desperate need of a stiff drink.
This fruitcake from the Fabulous Beekman Boys has David swooning with its dates, figs, apricots, pineapple, raisins, and pecans.
The most memorable best food scenes in movies and TV. When Harry Met Sally and Big Night are just the beginning.
Dorie Greenspan, the dearest and sweetest rebel we know, explains the easiest way to roll dough in her latest book, Baking Chez Moi.
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