A major publisher thinks so!
Victoria Howe's underground bakery is on hiatus, but now you can get your hands on her recipes.
"He whipped out a bottle of whiskey, I whipped out a bottle of whiskey. He whipped out some glasses, I whipped out some glasses. We sent an audience member to get ice."
Her first will showcase her love for Italian food.
Bittman's new iPhone app has a hundred free recipes and, in case you can't find a clock, a built-in timer.
Nathan Myhrvold's 2,400-page cookbook will publish in March, not December.
'The Official High Times Cannabis Cookbook' will soon hit shelves.
Roger Ebert explains the difference between men and women in the kitchen.
Can a cookbook comprised of Twitter-length recipes work?
The 'Fire Island Cookbook' will be "a treasure trove of recipes and dinner party menus influenced by the summer enclave of Fire Island."
They also left off Mark Bittman. Seriously?
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?
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.”