Looking forward to 2019 in Cookbooks

While the new book smell has yet to disseminate on this year's cookbook crop, I've been looking forward. At first blush, 2019 appears to be another epic year for cookbook lovers. The New Pie (Chris Taylor and Paul Arguin), Joanne Chang, Mark Isreal (Doughnut Plant), Andy Ricker, Sean Brock, Maida Heatter, Lidia Bastianich, Tartine, Madhur Jaffrey and legions of others are among the offerings for the coming year. For those still relishing this year's titles (as am I), our Best of the Best 2018 rankings have been finalized as well as our Best Cookbooks by the Experts and Best Selling Cookbooks of 2018.

This outline will provide a guide for your cookbook planning. EYBD titles are indicated with a link to our EYBD page which has been updated (February 5th, 2019) We have many exciting books slated for EYBD and are working on many more! Our calendar is continually updated with author, bookstore and cooking school events. 

Of course, titles, covers and publication dates may change but I will diligently keep this post updated including the addition of other releases. As usual, each month I will provide a preview with more details for each book. If you need me, I'll be off buying more bookshelves. 













  • The Last Course by Claudia Fleming (reissue) coming soon





  • pumpkinspice  on  1/17/2019 at 8:21 AM

    Happy to see Short Stack Editions back in production. Thank you for the updates.

  • Foodycat  on  1/22/2019 at 10:29 AM

    I'm really looking forward to Tokyo Stories, because I LOVE Japaneasy. Also Baan by Kay Plunkett-Hogge is coming out in April and that looks just wonderful.

  • Jenny  on  1/22/2019 at 4:13 PM

    Foodycat - I have Baan to add today along with about a dozen others that need manual input - looks great.

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