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Cookbooks
Cookbooks

Anthony Bourdain Wants to Publish the Next Great Teen Novel

I spoke with Anthony Bourdain and his collaborator Laurie Woolever about YA novels, the hallmarks of a good burger, and most importantly, the duo's new genre-busting cookbook, <i>Appetites</i>.
Ivy Knight
11.29.16
Art
Art

Why This Editor Brought Back a 55-Year-Old Cookbook for a New Generation of Artists

Whether you’re interested in Neil Gaiman's "perfectly eerie cheese omelet" or the basement “picnics”of Kamrooz Aram's childhood in Tehran, Garrett’s cookbook has you more than covered.
Alex Swerdloff
10.27.16
spices
spices

Inside Padma Lakshmi’s Spice World

“I grew up clutching spices in my hand. When I was three, I was ripping curry leaves, sitting on the floor at the hem of my grandmother’s sari.”
Amanda Arnold
10.13.16
Dirty Work
Dirty Work

Dirty Work: Turning Leftovers into Delicious Chilaquiles with Julia Turshen

“The thing that keeps me up at night is the thought of someone making a recipe that wasn’t well-tested and feeling like they did something wrong. It’s a waste of money and time, and they might be discouraged from doing something else. That’s awful.”
Alex Swerdloff
9.8.16
Cookbooks
Cookbooks

This Cookbook Will Change Everything You Thought You Knew About Soviet Food

The cuisine of former Soviet countries in Central Asia has long been written off as bland. Food writers Eleanor Ford and Caroline Eden want to change that—starting with the Uzbek rice dish of plov.
Johanna Derry
7.24.16
Cocktails
Cocktails

How to Make Great Cocktails from Uni and Balsamic Vinegar

Matthew Biancaniello's cocktails have been described as being "complete meals extracted into a glass" with ingredients like onion blossoms, mushrooms, arugula, and uni. His new cookbook 'Eat Your Drink' will teach you how to tear it up in your own...
Javier Cabral
5.19.16
Books
Books

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Wieners But Were Afraid to Ask

We spoke to <i>Lucky Peach</i> editor-in-chief Chris Ying about his new meat-centric book, the rules of eating hot dogs, and the craziest thing he's learned about (quite literally) how the sausage is made.
Hilary Pollack
4.13.16
Korean
Korean

This Cookbook Will Help You Master Korean Cooking At Home

At 272 pages long and endorsed by the likes of Anthony Bourdain and Andrew Zimmern, it may be the last Korean cookbook that you will ever need.
Javier Cabral
2.25.16
Baking
Baking

How to Turn a Bakery Into a Hub for Social Justice

East Harlem's Hot Bread Kitchen is more than just a bakery. It's also a vocational school for immigrant women, empowering them to gain a foothold in the culinary industry.
Matthew Zuras
1.18.16
Cookbooks
Cookbooks

This Surreal Cookbook Turns Food Into Works of Art

A collaboration between a self-taught chef and a self-taught photographer, <i>Papalosophy</i> is a stunning, 210-page cookbook of 80 recipes and a collection of whimsical, bizarre imagery.
Jessica Benavides Canepa
1.6.16
Giveaway
Giveaway

Enter to Win Our Seriously Delicious Holiday Gift Giveaways!

We're giving away a Le Creuset Dutch oven, a pizza-emblazoned towel, 24-karat-gold beef jerky, and a hell of a lot more.
Munchies Staff
12.14.15
Cookbooks
Cookbooks

This Ukrainian Cookbook Is Part Family History, Part Dumpling Heaven

“Cookbooks don’t have to be about recipes from a chef,” says Olia Hercules, author of Mamushka: Recipes from Ukraine & Beyond. “I like recipes because of the stories they might tell about a culture and all these things our grandmothers used to make.”
Johanna Derry
12.1.15