Video from the Paris Cookbook Fair

In Global Trade Talk by Hannah Johnson

by Hannah Johnson As both an exhibitor and a reporter for Publishing Perspectives, Olivia Snaije explored the first-ever Paris Cookbook Fair this year. You can read her blog post about the fair, or watch the video: httpv://

Gourmand Awards at Paris Cookbook Fair

In Global Trade Talk by Olivia Snaije

By Olivia Snaije PARIS (FEBRUARY 11): The first Paris Cookbook Festival kicked off tonight on Paul Bocuse’s birthday. It was sleeting in Paris but the auditorium for the Gourmand Cookbook Awards was packed with invitation-only authors, publishers and people from the trade coming from countries as far as Australia, Cambodia and Argentina. Three women won honors for their lifetime careers …

Chew on This: Paris Inaugurates a Book Fair for Foodies

In Europe by Olivia Snaije

By Olivia Snaije PARIS: It makes perfect sense that the first international cookbook trade fair will be held in Paris — a city that, to many, remains the culinary capitol of the world. The Paris Cookbook Fair runs this week, from February 12-15, and its founder, Edouard Cointreau, hopes to unite the cosmopolitan network of food lovers and professionals he …

Chefkoch Gaining on YouTube, Facebook (in Germany)

In German Buch News by Siobhan O'Leary

Siobhan O’Leary Nielsen has released a list of the most popular social media networks in Germany and, for the first time ever, the site, focused on food and cooking, has made it into the top ten (with 4.9 million users in December 2009). As reported in the Boersenblatt, Germany was the only country surveyed to have a top ten site …

Bonus Material: Thanksgiving with The Lee Bros.

In Discussion by Erin L. Cox

By Erin L. Cox Famed food and wine writers Matt Lee and Ted Lee have made a name for themselves delving into the classic and delicious foods from their hometown of Charleston, South Carolina.  Last month, the Lee Bros. released a new cookbook of their favorite recipes entitled, The Lee Bros. Simple Fresh Southern: Knockout Dishes with Down-Home Flavor, which has received …

“No digital solution for doing the dishes”

In Feature Articles by Erin L. Cox

By Erin L. Cox Two things that don’t naturally go together are food and computers, but yesterday’s “Cooking Digital, Digital Cooking” in the Gourmet Gallery shared some innovative new ways to bring the experience of cooking online. Panelists Patrik Jaros, a Michelin-starred chef, and Rocco Georgi, co-founder and developer of PavingWays, have both created applications for smartphones. Jaros, author of …

What’s Cooking, Chef Geir Skeie?

In Feature Articles by Erin L. Cox

By Erin L. Cox In January of this year, Norwegian Chef Geir Skeie became an international cooking sensation when he lead the Norwegian team to the gold medal at the Bocuse d’Or—an event known around the world as the Olympics of Food. Not only has he won one of the food world’s most prestigious prizes, he has also won the …

What’s Cooking, Chef Wan?

In Feature Articles by Erin L. Cox

By Erin L Cox Few can top Chef Wan. He is one of Malaysia’s most celebrated icons and a star of the Asian Food Channel, as well as having hosted shows in numerous other countries including Malaysia, Singapore and the United States. What’s more, he’s published eight cookbooks, and is also a comedian, talk-show host, and has acted on stage …