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Oliver's latest cookbook—all about vegetables—will make you forget it’s still winter.
We're on the hunt for the books that have totally changed the way you cook.
In her book 'The Fate of Food,' Amanda Little visits Memphis Meats, a game-changing company that wants to blur the line between meat and meatless.
Here are the books we couldn't stop reading, gushing about, and cooking from.
Our tried-and-tested favorites through the history of the Piglet Tournament.
What mastery of a roast chicken means for your vegetable sautéeing skills.
On ending my marriage, the transition into my "divorce apartment," and the comforting takeout dish I ate twice a week to cope.
In his new memoir, Adam Platt shares about how he became a professional eater—and how eating fancy food for a living is not always what you'd expect.
Some fuss-free favorites, plus new recipes from his latest cookbook.
If you have a vegetable that you don't know what to do with (say, those beets you forgot you bought), Abra Berens' cookbook, Ruffage, wants to help.
From rock band memoirs to life-changing sci-fi, these will stay with you longer than the warm weather.
We swear by this salad checklist in 'Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat.'
Plus: how to make your own in a pinch.
Plus two more noodle salads, all courtesy of Mark Bittman.
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