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Speedy Stir-Fry 101

from The Beat Sugar Addiction Now! Cookbook by Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum, Guest Editor of Integrative Medicine on Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski, ATH Supervising Editor: Thank yo…


On Your Own: Doing Thanksgiving, or Any Meal, Without a Recipe

The world of cookbook and culinary publishing is dependent upon the shared notion that people require guidance toward great, or at least passable, cooking. Most of the guidance comes in the form of ea…


Local Produce, Worldly Menu: Cookbook in LA

We’re always admiring businesses that follow sustainable practices and bolster local community, which is why Cookbook caught our attention. Located in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Echo Park, the gr…


Ditching the Cookbook: Streaming Your Way to Dinner

Recently my wife and I unearthed some very old film footage of her father, as a child age 4, cooking alongside his Italian grandmother as she tirelessly, and sometimes not all that gently, instructed …


1,001 Vegetarian Recipes – Book Giveaway!

We've got one last vegetarian cookbook giveaway to end our month-long vegetarian celebration: 1,001 Low-Fat Vegetarian Recipes by Sue Spitler with Linda R. Yoakam. With 1,001 recipes, you could s…


Quick-Fix Vegetarian – Book Giveaway!

As a restaurant chef, Robin Robertson learned tons of time-saving tricks to make delicious meals in a flash. Quick-Fix Vegetarian, one of her many cookbooks, is this week's vegetarian cookbook giv…


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