FOREIGN RIGHTS GUIDE FRANKFURT BOOK FAIR 2012 Cookery

FOREIGN RIGHTS GUIDE
FRANKFURT BOOK FAIR 2012
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Cookery
BOUCHON BAKERY
By Thomas Keller and Sébastien Rouxel • October 2012 • 400 pages • Full-color photographs throughout
The first book on baking from world-renowned chef Thomas Keller – and a book that’s truly in
a league of its own. Written by Keller and Sébastien Rouxel, the Executive Pastry Chef for the
five famed Bouchon bakeries and all of Keller’s award-winning restaurants, Bouchon Bakery
includes 150 recipes covering every delicious treat you’d find in the bakeries, from pâte à choux,
big and little cakes, candy and confections to cookies, puff pastry, and brioche. The step-by-step
photography is beautiful and instructive; the recipes are thoroughly tested in home kitchens and
are superb. Metric measurements throughout.
“For everyone who’s dreamed of making desserts that look—and taste—like they came out of a pastry kitchen”—BON APPETIT
“The knockout new pastry testament . . . Every strain of dough is rolled out in clear, meticulous Kellerian detail.”
—THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
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BURMA
Rivers of Flavor
By Naomi Duguid • September 2012 • 384 pages • 150 full-color photographs throughout plus map
A brilliant collection of recipes from the regional cuisines of Burma, written by the beloved awardwinning cookbook author, Naomi Duguid. With its Indian, Chinese, and Southeast Asian influences,
the food of Burma is as rich and complex as the country itself. Duguid captures all of its flavors with
wonderful recipes for curries, salads, noodle soups, grilled meats, and more, just as she captures the
country itself with travel tales and extraordinary photographs of the land and its people. With color
photographs, travel tips, a history of Burma, extensive glossaries, and more, Burma is the perfect
book for food lovers and anyone interested in this newly “opened” country.
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MAD HUNGRY CRAVINGS
More than 150 Recipes for the Food You Want to Eat Right Now
By Lucinda Scala Quinn • March 2013 • 312 pages • 100 full-color photographs throughout
Lucinda Scala Quinn’s new book offers perfect, tasty, healthier recipes for the foods families crave
(and often order in restaurants or as take-away), like beef satay, vegetable biryani, deep-dish pizza, or
chicken tikka masala. Quinn knows that the best (and much less expensive) place to eat is at home.
The 150 perfect recipes in Mad Hungry Cravings satisfy the cravings without the cost, plus offer
strategies for getting meals to the table with less work. Quinn is the host of the MAD HUNGRY
television show and is the executive food editor of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia.
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SECRETS OF GREAT CHEFS
Recipes, Techniques, and Tricks from America’s Best Cooks
By Adam Roberts • September 2012 • 400 pages • Full-color photographs throughout
The creator of The Amateur Gourmet blog – “one of the world’s best food blogs,” according to The
Times of London – cooks side by side with more than 50 of America’s best chefs to find out how
the average home cook can cook like a seasoned pro. With an engaging and approachable voice,
Adam Roberts passes on all the inside information and trade secrets the top chefs know – from
baking a pie crust to improving your knife skills to stir-frying in a wok. For food lovers, home
cooks, fans of cooking shows like Top Chef, or anyone looking to improve his or her cooking
skills. With 335 color photographs and over 150 recipes, all adapted for the home cook.
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Design and Home
THE FLOWER RECIPE BOOK
By Alethea Harampolis and Jill Rizzo of Studio Choo • May 2013 • 272 pages • Full-color photographs
throughout
There is simply no other book that demonstrates – both visually and with detailed recipes – how
to create the type of floral arrangement that is found in design magazines and websites today.
With The Flower Recipe Book, 125 flower arrangements for everyday occasions are presented in
a clear recipe-like format and captured in step-by-step photographs. For the beginning flower
arranger – novices can learn how to work with a single variety of flower to great effect – to an
expert designer – the more adventurous can create a vase overflowing with layered blooms, The
Flower Recipe Book is perfect for fans of DIY home décor, crafters, and gardeners who want to
create an endless array of floral arrangements.
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HOME BY NOVOGRATZ
By Robert and Cortney Novogratz • October 2012 • 320 pages • Full-color photographs throughout
TV design stars Robert and Cortney Novogratz, whose family has been called “the coolest in the
world” by The Times of London, give readers an inside look at twenty of their favorite home
projects to show how to achieve their signature “vintage + modern” style for a variety of spaces,
needs, and price ranges. By effortlessly mixing contemporary furniture with thrift-store and
vintage finds, and providing all sorts of tricks to create a stylish home no matter what the obstacles,
Home by Novogratz proves that good design is just a book away.
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WHAT’S A HOSTESS TO DO?
339 Ideas, Recipes, and Inspirations for Elegant Entertaining
By Susan Spungen • May 2013 • 304 pages • Line drawings throughout plus 60 four-color illustrations
An up-to-date guide full of tips from a real pro on how to entertain effortlessly and elegantly – a
book that every host and hostess needs. From whom to invite to how to do the dishes, What’s a
Hostess to Do? is full of practical advice arranged in 339 easy-to-digest pieces that take you through
every aspect of entertaining, as well as time- and money-saving tips, and 98 recipes that are perfect
for a party. Author Susan Spungen was the founding editorial director for food at Martha Stewart
Living, and is currently a contributing editor at More magazine and a culinary consultant and food
stylist on feature films (Julie & Julia and Eat Pray Love, among others).
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RECENTLY PUBLISHED
Design and Home
DESIGN*SPONGE AT HOME
By Grace Bonney • Available now • 400 pages • Full-color photographs and illustrations throughout
The debut book by the beloved and popular design blogger (with great international reach), Grace
Bonney of Design*Sponge. Perfect for young renters or homeowners looking for inspiration and
ways to create their own stylish dream home, this is truly “design with real style on a real budget.”
Includes tours of 70 real-life interiors and clear instructions and illustrations for 50 DIY projects for
all around the home, as well as how-to techniques. Design*Sponge at Home will inspire readers to
use their own skills and efforts to put together the home of their dreams, no matter what their budget.
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Chinese Simplified – Shanghai People’s Fine Arts Publishing House; Chinese Traditional – Muses
Publishing House; Japanese – X-Knowledge; Korean – Wisdom House Publishing
MARRAKESH BY DESIGN
Decorating with all the Colors, Patterns, and Magic of Morocco
By Maryam Montague • Available now • 264 pages • Full-color photographs throughout
From the renowned authority on Moroccan design and the personality behind the highly-trafficked
destination and design blog, MyMarrakesh.com, comes the definitive book for incorporating this
rich, colorful, and exotic style into our homes and lives. With hundreds of ideas and smart how-to
projects, Marrakesh by Design is filled with actionable ideas for eager DIYers who want to make
this hot design influence their own. The book’s gorgeous photography makes it a vibrant coffee
table book as well.
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WHAT’S A DISORGANIZED PERSON TO DO?
317 Ways to Unclutter Your Home and Streamline Your Life
By Stacey Platt • Available now • 272 pages • Full-color throughout
Everyone has overflowing closets and desk drawers, countertops littered with kitchen gadgets, and
overstuffed computer desktops. We dream of getting organized – but what’s a disorganized person to
do? Professional organizer Stacey Platt comes to the rescue with empowering ideas for putting and
keeping things in order. Like earlier books in the What’s a…to Do? series, the answers are easy to find
and implement. There are hundreds of ingenious solutions for gaining control of clutter so readers can
carve out more space and more time in their busy lives.
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Russian – Olympus Business
Cookery
CHARRED & SCRUFFED
Bold New Techniques for Explosive Flavor on and off the Grill
By Adam Perry Lang with Peter Kaminsky • Available Now • 280 pages • Full-color photographs throughout
Break-through, brand-new grilling techniques for achieving crunchy crusts, succulent meat, and
intense flavor from the cook Jamie Oliver calls “the most talented barbecue chef in the world,”
Adam Perry Lang, author of the bestselling Serious Barbecue. In Charred & Scruffed, Lang
introduces innovative ways to apply the flavor-enhancing secrets of great cuisine to the rustic art of
barbecue, like “scruffing” meat and vegetables to rough up the surface area so that crusts and
crannies for sauces can develop, or basting not before turning but after, when the juices and fat from
the cooked side will be bubbling. 80 brilliant recipes.
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SINFULLY EASY DELICIOUS DESSERTS
Quicker Smarter Recipes
By Alice Medrich • Available Now • 288 pages • Full-color photographs throughout
Totally divine desserts with fewer steps, less equipment, less fuss and more flavor – by the
talented James Beard and IACP award-winning baking star, Alice Medrich. Sinfully Easy
Delicious Desserts is the perfect dessert cookbook for cooks with discerning palates but scant
patience, those who love great food but chafe at overly complicated recipes. Its 100-plus recipes
range from “The Best One-Bowl Chocolate Cake” to “The Quickest Lemon Tarte” to “HoneyCaramelized Figs.” Written by the best baker around, every one of its delicious recipes comes
together in 20 minutes or less, and none requires fancy ingredients or equipment.
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WHAT’S A COOK TO DO?
An Illustrated Guide to 484 Essential Tools, Tips, Techniques, & Tricks
By James Peterson • Available now • 432 pages • Full-color throughout
An invaluable reference for cooks everywhere, written by one of the world’s foremost cooking
teachers and presented in an at-a-glance, quick-answer format. The 484 essential techniques – with
nearly as many color photographs – are organized in a handy, accessible way. Reading What’s a
Cook to Do? is like having a professional chef by your side, lending a hand, passing along secrets
and “best ways” as you cook. The perfect book for all cooks, everywhere. “A useful primer for
anyone looking to master the basics, with such an eclectic assortment of advice that even veterans
are bound to learn something.”—The New York Times
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Czech – Euromedia; Dutch – Karakter; French – Marabout; German – Goldmann; Polish – Vesper;
Romanian – Litera; Russian – Eksmo; Slovak – Ikar
WHAT’S A WINE LOVER TO DO?
An Illustrated Guide with 334 Essential Oenophile Pointers and Tips
By Wes Marshall • Available now • 374 pages • Full-color throughout
Like having a friend who is a sommelier by your side saying “taste this” or “try that,” What’s a Wine
Lover to Do? is the perfect wine companion – either as an introductory gift for the wine-curious, an
owner’s manual for the perplexed, or a perennial reference as the reader grows more confident about
wine. Like the previous titles in the What’s a…to Do? series, this book offers question-and-answer
style solutions and insider tips in everyday language – plus pronunciation guides; charts, maps, and
step-by-step directions and photographs; and recommendations from internationally-known wine
experts.
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Czech – Euromedia; Dutch – Karakter
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