The Cook and The Book

There's something for every cook and gardener here, from recipes to designs, plus a wealth of information about heirloom vegetables to grow and eat.

The Readable Feast awards honor our talented New England food writers; the Vineyard’s own Catherine Walthers helped judge the awards – and she’s got gift recommendations for you.

The classic guide to cooking and eating apples gets an update.

Forget the fancy concept of entertaining and just have people over. Feed friends, feed family. That's Sam Sifton's mantra in his new cookbook, See You on Sunday

From the food and dining editor of The Washington Post comes a deep dive into the versatility and flavor potential of the most important plant-based protein in the world.

With 100 delicious recipes using kale — from soups to salads, veggie burgers to calzones — Kale, Glorious Kale will win a spot on your kitchen shelf and in your weeknight rotation. That is, if it hasn't already.

From the award-winning author of All About Roasting and All About Braising comes All About Dinner: Simple Meals, Expert Advice. Pay attention to the “expert advice,” folks: Molly Stevens is one of the best cooking teachers around.

Everything you need to become a better baker – and to turn out delicious pies, cakes, tarts, cookies, breads, and more – is right here in Abigail Johnson Dodge’s The Everyday Baker.


The Cook and The Book