Indonesian chefs will show off their culinary skills at this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair in advance of the country’s participation as Guest of Honor in 2015.
For Gourmand’s new Beijing Cookbook Fair, launched this year, publishers came from around the world for a taste of China’s and the world’s $4bn cookbook market.
TasteBook, the Random House food community and blog, has announced the launch of The Bookshop, a cooking-focused online bookstore with over 10,000 cookbooks.
Oxmoor House, MyRecipes.com, and Digimarc Discover has collaborated to created new interactive cookbooks that let cooks save recipes and automate shopping lists on smartphones.
Edouard Cointreau, founder of the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards, has donated his vast library to Paris-Rungis, which has been designated a City of Gastronomy.
Four titles from New Zealand that will appeal to global readers include the war story Lives We Leave Behind by Maxine Alterio, ACB with Honora Lee by Kate de Goldi, and two culinary titles.
Introducing the Fifty Shades of Grey spinoff book nobody could have seen coming: Fifty Shades of Chicken – A Parody in a Cookbook.
From a new app for Julia Child, to a bestselling e-short from Robert Reich to surprising promotional videos, how Knopf Doubleday exploits the digital age
It’s likely people will want both print and digital cookbooks: cheap e-books to use, but also high quality trophy cookbooks to display on the bookshelves.
Seventy chef demonstrations, 36 wine, beer and spirit tastings and lots of trade talk are on the menu at 3rd Paris Cookbook Fair, taking place March 7-9.