Inside cookbook stores

As we hope you have noticed, we have started a series of profiles of independent cookbook stores around the world - so far we have featured Omnivore Books in San Francisco and Books for Cooks in Melbourne. And we have our permanent list of cookbook stores around the world - if you have a favorite store you would like us to add, please let us know.

We are pleased to announce another feature with our favorite cookbook stores - each month they will give us feedback on what is happening in their store.  This will be a great way to find out about new cookbooks and also what events may be happening if you live in that area.

Current bestsellers

Omnivore Books, San Francisco - Local authors:  Manresa by David Kinch.  International: Jerusalem by Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi

Kitchen Arts & Letters, NYC - Local authors: The Gramercy Tavern Cookbook by Michael Anthony.  International: A Work in Progress by René Redzepi.

ManresaThe Cookbook Store, Toronto - Local authorsThe Flavour Principle by Lucy Waverman & Beppi Crosariol; Butter Baked Goods by Rosie Daykin.  InternationalThe Gramercy Tavern Cookbook by Michael Anthony; Manresa by David Kinch; Eat: The Little Book of Fast Food by Nigel Slater

Books for Cooks, Melbourne - Local authorsChin Chin: The Book by Benjamin Cooper; Gelato Messina: The Recipes by Nick Palumbo. International: Manresa by David Kinch 

Books for Cooks, London - Local authorsJerusalem by Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi; Beyond Essence by David Everitt-Matthias; COI: Stories & Recipes by Daniel Patterson; 200 Skills Every Cook Must Have by Clara Paul and Eric Treuille; Mange Tout by Bruno Loubet;  International: A Work in Progress by Rene Redzepi; Testicles: Balls in Cooking & Culture by Blandine Vie

New books we are most excited about

Omnivore Books, San Francisco - Mast Brothers Chocolate by Rick & MichaelThe AOC Cookbook Mast; The A.O.C Cookbook by Suzanne Goin

Kitchen Arts & Letters, NYC - The A.O.C Cookbook by Suzanne Goin; Dim Sum by Janice Wong

The Cookbook Store, Toronto - Tartine No. 3 by Chad Robertson;   The A.O.C Cookbook by Suzanne Goin 

Books for Cooks, Melbourne - In the Mix 2 by Dani Valent; At Home with Sous Vide by Dale Prentice; Love Italy by Guy Grossi; Green Pickled Peaches by Chui Lee Luk; Tartine No. 3 by Chad Robertson

Books for Cooks, London: Vegetronic: Extreme Vegetable Cooking by Alexis Gauthier; Perfection in Imperfection by Janice Wong.

Upcoming events

Omnivore Books, San Francisco - Dec 4 Andy Ricker from Pok Pok, Dec 5 Sue Conley & Peggy Smith of Cowgirl Creamery,  Dec 8 David Lebovitz 

Kitchen Arts & Letters, NYC - Dec 9 Paul Liebrandt: To the Bone With Andrew Friedman, Dec 13 Food on the Screen of HBO's Treme - both events at 92nd St Y

The Cookbook Store, Toronto - We just had Rene Redzepi from Noma in Copenhagen and what an inspiring talk with a fantastic visual presentation. Great to see chefs, the public and young kids i.e. 10 years old getting excited about cooking.  Keeping our fingers crossed that Ferran Adrià puts Toronto on the tour schedule next spring for his massive 7 volume set of books. 

Books for Cooks, Melbourne - Tonight (Nov 25) we're launching The Agrarian Kitchen by Rodney Dunn;  a collection of recipes from a beautiful cooking school near Hobart Tasmania.  Rodney was the former food editor for Gourmet Traveller.  Details here.

Books for Cooks, London - We have just finished the Nour Festival 3 weeks , we had several evenings of food from Iraq, Qatar, Israel and Palestine.   Now we have our Supper evenings up to the holidays and a few demos.   In January we start again with workshops and demos.

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