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Macaroons are a traditional Passover sweet, but this recipe brings a new dimension by adding homemade chocolate ice cream. The chocolate ice cream base is adapted from "The Perfect Scoop," by David Lebovitz. Credit: Copyright 2016 by Tami Weiser

Passover is a Jewish holiday celebrating freedom. The initial meal

Photo collage: Some of the 2015 cookbook winners announced at the IACP awards show March 29 in Washington, D.C.

The International Association of Culinary Professionals announced the best cookbooks


There are more than 25,000 cookbook titles listed on Amazon. It's certainly a buyer's market. But which ones to buy, either for use in

With her latest book, "Baking Chez Moi," acclaimed author Dorie Greenspan has fait mouche (hit the bull's-eye) again. In this luscious culinary tome, Greenspan

"A Commonplace Book of Pie" is anything but common. While some cookbooks may help you make poetry with food, this cookbook is poetry, and

First, a confession: I am not always a confident pastry maker. Yes, I make pastry, and sometimes it is good, occasionally very good, but

I picked up a copy of "Hello, Jell-O," a new cookbook by Victoria Belanger (Ten Speed Press, 2012), with my 9-year-old daughter in mind.

Spend any time with me and you'll quickly learn that I love travel and I love sweets. Thus you can imagine my delight with