The owners of this highly praised, veg-focused east side eatery on their new season-centric cookbook
The Fat Radish co-owners Ben Towill and Phil Winser (who are both self-taught cooks) have created a cookbook, The Fat Radish Kitchen Diaries, comprised of one hundred fan-favorite recipes from their uncomplicated, slightly British and constantly evolving menu. Among the list of good eats are recipes for carrot and avocado ... More
A Sotheby’s art guru—who’s been with the company for 20 years—shares his insider secrets with DuJour
Philip Hook has spent more than three decades honing his innate knowledge of the art world. The London-based art expert and author began his career with Christie’s in 1973 before landing at Sotheby’s 20 years later, where he currently serves as a board member and the company’s senior director of ... More
The Hiltons are a picture of success, excess and every tabloid headline in between. For the first time, a new book reveals a glimpse behind gilded doors into a complex, eccentric family history
The latest work by biographer J. Randy Taraborrelli, The Hiltons: The True Story of an American Dynasty, recounts a history of scandals and troubled affairs that rocked the iconic American family and its patriarch, hotel magnate Conrad Hilton. The book is out this month; below, read an excerpt ... More
The UNICHEF cookbook gives you great recipes while also giving back
What’s better than a cookbook of recipes and personal stories from famed chefs like Marcus Samuelsson, David Chang and Wolfgang Puck? How about if buying that cookbook helped to provide children around the world with health care, clean water, nutrition and more.
Hilary Gumbel has been a consultant and volunteer for ... More
Rock-and-roll memoirs are turning it up to 11 this fall. Nancy Bilyeau leaps into the mosh pit.
When Keith Richards’ hardcover confessional Life made it to the New York Times bestseller list in 2010 and hung on for 22 weeks, it showed the publishing industry just how lucrative a hard-livin’ rocker’s tell-all could be. Baby boomers can now air guitar to the pages of Steven Tyler, Sammy ... More
Replenish your nightstand's supply of stories at the French Embassy’s new bookstore
When Libraire De France shuttered in Rockefeller Center five years ago, the U.S. lost the only French bookstore of its kind—but that’s all about to change. On September 27, the French Embassy’s cultural counselor, Antonin Baudry, will open the doors to a new Francophone-focused bookshop and reading room on Fifth ... More
The Miniaturist author Jessie Burton shares how she infiltrated a unique world to write her thrilling new novel
Five years ago, frustrated with her acting career, Oxford-educated Jessie Burton decided it was time to try a novel. She was drawn to the sight of an intricate 17th century dollhouse in Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum owned by the wife of a wealthy merchant, and she began to imagine that young woman’s world.
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A DuJour meat and greet with Toro chef Jamie Bissonnette
Jamie Bissonnette’s not your average chef, so it’s not too surprising that his first cookbook, The Charcuterie Cookbook: Exceptional Cured Meats to Make and Serve at Home, isn’t so run of the mill either. What Bissonnette, the peripatetic chef at Toro (New York and Boston) and Coppa (Boston), is offering readers ... More
See inside an incredible new book of photographs featuring the world’s best puckers
In the visually stunning new book Blow Me a Kiss, best-selling author and style innovator Alice Harris lets lips tell the story as she spotlights some of the most legendary puckers from the past decade through a series of iconic pieces of art and photographs. Blow Me a Kiss celebrates lips ... More