Michael Ruhlman Wants To Teach You The Proper Ratios For Cooking With Marijuana

Stoner's Cookbook woos legit author for legit book
Jan 13, 2015 2:00 pm

Prolific cookbook author Michael Ruhlman, whose latest efforts have involved things like schmaltz and egg, has found a hot new ingredient to mess around with: marijuana. Ruhlman is reportedly in talks with the operators of The Stoner's Cookbook, a popular online resource for high-minded cooks, to contribute to the site's forthcoming hardcover edition, titled Herb: Mastering the Art of Cooking with Cannabis.

9 New Healthy Cookbooks To Help Make Fruits, Vegetables And Grains Less Boring

Improve your diet with these life-longing reads
Jan 12, 2015 9:00 am

At Food Republic, January is Healthy Living Month. Maybe you are following the program, too? But let's be honest: You cannot take it on without a couple excellent cookbooks to help you out along the way. From dozens of uses for that bunch of kale sitting in your crisper to Mediterranean-influenced vegetable recipes and bone broth, here are 9 recent books to inspire you to get your green on. 

Only YOU Can Help Bobby Flay Write His New Cookbook

Help the man out by answering a few questions
Jan 6, 2015 3:00 pm

Bobby Flay is no stranger to writing cookbooks. The American chef and restaurateur has written no fewer than 11 cookbooks by our count, among them some of our all-time favorites, like Barbecue Addiction and From My Kitchen to Your Table (that one’s from all the way back in 1998, y’all!) Flay is looking to make his collection an even dozen soon, and he’s putting his faith in one person: you. That’s right, you!

2014 In Review: 15 Cookbooks We Recommend

In 2014, cookbooks were not just for making dinner
Dec 23, 2014 9:00 am

Over the past couple of years we’ve seen a slight shift in the cookbook publishing world — where books were released not only as a guide to preparing meals at home, but also as a way to document the culture surrounding the food being prepared in a specific place. In 2014, this was especially true, and here are 15 books that perfectly balance narrative flair and enticing recipes.

November Food And Drink Events Around The Country

Because you can't devote an entire month to turkey
Oct 31, 2014 8:00 am

In November, those of a food-focused mindset may immediately turn their thoughts to that succulent roasted bird and its traditional accompaniments. But before you get too worked up over Thanksgiving, check out this list of food and drink events happening around the country. Let the booze and bites take the edge off stressful holiday preparations.

Despite Closing WD~50, Wylie Dufresne Is Keeping Busy These Days

Pioneering NYC chef is writing his first cookbook
Oct 14, 2014 2:30 pm

Wylie Dufresne shocked the restaurant world when he revealed earlier this year that he would be closing his groundbreaking wd~50. Dufresne already runs the kitchen at the more accessible Alder, but will he revert back to a more formal tasting menu format and re-open elsewhere in the city? While that remains to be seen, the influential chef has managed to keep busy lately. Included are an instructional video and an upcoming cookbook. Details, right this way.

Jenji Kohan's Orange Is The New Black Cookbook, Now On Sale

Get your three square meals a day (and then some!)
Oct 14, 2014 11:30 am

I'm breaking out the big gray sweatshirt for Orange Is The New Black Presents: The Cookbook, on sale today. I'm kidding, I don't have a big gray sweatshirt. But the kitchen scenes in the show will definitely inspire a week of Red-inspired chicken Kiev, Christmas tamales and enough Master Cleanse juice to require new intestines altogether. (I call it the gastro-shank.) Don't leave for your prison sentence without some new reading material.

There Is Now A Third Use For Condoms! Thanks, Japanese Cookbook!

"Condom Meals I Want To Make For You." Great.
Sep 25, 2014 10:00 am

This new cookbook out of Japan is awesome while also being equally gross (and more than likely a joke). Not even the most enthusiastic safe sex advocate is going to stuff sushi fixins into a poor defenseless rubber and present it to their love — that is the opposite of the customarily romantic gesture of a home-cooked meal. See for yourself.


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