COMING SOON! TOAST: The Cookbook by Raquel Pelzel (Phaidon, September 2015)

COMING SOON! Num Pang: The Cookbook Ratha Chaupoly & Ben Daitz (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, May 2016)

COMING SOON! Untitled Cookbook with Uri Scheft of Breads Bakery (Artisan, 2017)

Supermarket Healthy with television personality Melissa d’Arabian (Clarkson Potter, 2014)

Preserving Wild Foods with chef Matt Weingarten (Storey, 2012)

Ten Dollar Dinners with television personality Melissa d’Arabian (Clarkson Potter, 2012)

Lorena Garcia’s New Latin Classics with television personality Lorena Garcia (Ballantine Books, 2011)

Masala Farm with chef Suvir Saran (Chronicle, 2011)

Bite by Bite with caterer Peter Callahan (Clarkson Potter, 2011)

Pretty Delicious with television personality Candice Kumai (Rodale, 2011)

Dollars to Donuts with restaurant owner Dawn Welch (Rodale 2010)

DamGoodSweet with chef David Guas (Taunton Press, 2009)

Two Dudes, One Pan with chefs Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo (Clarkson Potter, 2008)

Simply Delicioso with television personality Ingrid Hoffman (Clarkson Potter, 2008)

Williams Sonoma: New Flavors for Dessert (Oxmoor House, 2008)

American Masala with chef Suvir Saran (Clarkson Potter, 2007)

Food Network Kitchens Making It Easy with the Food Network Kitchen (Meredith, 2004)

The Quick Recipe with the editors of Cook’s Illustrated (Boston Common Press 2003)

2 responses to “COOKBOOKS

  1. pat jones

    hello, I hope I am in the correct place…I have fine cooking mag. it says to contact you at this address for the recipe in “Adventures with Chocolate” by Paul Young. The recipe is Chocolate Ginger and Cardomom Tea Bread…oh I hope you have this and would love to send it to me…I would like to make it for “Turkey” day…thanks for your time…Pat

    • Hi Pat, I’m happy that you found me but am so sad that I am unable to give you the recipe! I had to return my galley copy to my editors for fact checking before the column went to press. It was really delicious–I hope you find a suitable substitute! If it’s any consolation, this recipe I can completely vouch for–it is Suvir Saran’s incredible cardamom and pistachio poundcake (I often make it without the lemon icing and simply dust it with powdered sugar). It’s lovely and still gives you a hit of cardamom. And if you’re a Cook’s Illustrated subscriber, you can find a recipe that I developed for lemon poundcake (made in the food processor!). You could add some cardamom and candied ginger or even fresh grated ginger if you like. it’s from March 2002 issue–a semi-illegal version exists here Good luck–and if all else fails, you could give yourself an early holiday gift and buy the book! It officially comes out tomorrow!

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