Here you will find articles on cookbooks, cookbook collections at libraries and cookbook publishers and bookstores.
See also: Cookbook Awards
Awards, Festivals, and Reviews
André Simon Food and Drink Book Awards
A British award that considers books of recipes, biographies, guides, polemical works, travel and reference books.
This blog that allows the public to rate cookbook recipes rounds up the "best cookbooks of 2010" lists and posts them here.
Festival du Livre Culinaire
Gourmand World Cookbook Awards, an international award for cookbooks, wine books and cookbook publishers.
The Guild of Food Writers (UK) Awards
The British Guild of Food Writers gives several annual cookbook awards. Here is the list of winners.
International Association of Culinary Professionals
Formerly the Julia Child Cookbook Awards. Check under "Awards".
James Beard Foundation: Awards
A variety of awards in the category of Books, as well as Journalism, Broadcast Media, Chef & Restaurant, Restaurant Design, and Lifetime Achievement.
New York Times Articles about Cooking and Cookbooks
Look here for recent reviews.
NPR: 2011's Best Cookbooks: Revenge Of The Kitchen Nerds
Scholars and veteran cooks.
Washington Post's top cookbooks of 2011
Selected by Bonnie S. Benwick: "What I look for is a book that passes the Post-it note test (more than five recipes flagged), with reliable information and the potential for perennial use."
Virginia Tech's Collection of links to other culinary collections
Check here for more.
Beatrice McIntosh Cookery Collection
The McIntosh Cookery Collection at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst includes nearly 7,500 books, pamphlets, and ephemeral items relating to the history of cookery in New England.
Feeding America: The Historic American Cookbook Project
The Michigan State University Library and the MSU Museum have partnered to create an online digital collection of some of the most influential and important American cookbooks from the 19th and early 20th century.
New York Public Library: Culinary History Research Guide
Included are research guides to their 16,000 volume collection.
New York University Fales Library Food & Cookery Collection
The collection of food and cookery materials at the Fales Library documents the evolution of cuisine and food practices in 20th century America, with a particular focus on the food habits and activity of New York City.
Radcliffe College Culinary Collection
This special collection of the Schlesinger Library supports research in culinary history, history of domestic life and the role of food in history and culture. It includes books, periodicals, and microforms of rare or fragile items. In addition, the Library has manuscript collections of Julia Child, M.F.K. Fisher, Alice Bradley, Lydia Child, Corner Book Shop Records (Eleanor Lowenstein), and others concerned with food, cooking, and domestic economy.
Texas Woman's University Cookbook Collection
Begun in 1960, the collection contains 15,000 books, 3500 vendors pamphlets, recipe books dating from 1624, conduct manuals, and menus from around the world.
Virginia Tech: Culinary History Collection
The Culinary History Collection brings to the public nearly two centuries of historical information about the domestic sciences, including customs, eating behaviors, food choices and habits, social and economic history, and scientific and technological progress. Also offers the Virginia Culinary Thymes newsletter, covering Virginia's culinary history and food culture, and a What's Cookin' blog.
Chronicle Books: Food & Drink
Publisher of simply designed and attractive cookbooks.
Columbia University Press: Arts and Traditions of the Table: Perspectives on Culinary History
Interesting books on the history of food.
Hippocrene Books: Cookbooks
Specializes in cooking in foreign countries.
Jessica's Biscuit Cookbooks (ecookbooks.com)
Perhaps you have received their catalog in the mail. A selection of deeply discounted featured books and publishers' closeouts.
Oxmoor House is a part of Southern Progress Corporation (a subsidiary of Time/Warner), and publishes compilations for Southern Living, Cooking Light, Williams-Sonoma, and Weight-Watchers.
The Taunton Press
Publisher of Fine Cooking
Ten Speed Press
Based on the West Coast and known for its award-winning cookbooks, Ten Speed Press is a nonfiction imprint of the Crown Publishing Group.
Wimmer Community Cookbooks
Preserving American regional traditions. Buy one of their cookbooks or create your own cookbook!
WorkMan Publishing: Cooking, Food & Wine
A medium-sized independent publishing company of award-winning cookbooks that also includes Artisan Books and Timber Press.