Zac Pelaccio Says: "Ramen Otaku is responsible for landing ramen on my family's regular meal rotation—and that's a tough roster to make!"
"As a chef I only could have dreamed that I’d someday have five New York Times Best Selling cookbooks under my belt. Working with Ann Volkwein helped me make those dreams come true. Ann’s the real deal…a great writer, editor and communicator who knows how to make it happen on the page."
Mostly paleo, mostly gluten-free and ALL good. Teri is the Kitchen Goddess you want to cook beside.
Nealy helps you "Nail" every healthy (or indulgent) recipe, then teaches you how to "Flip" it to match your lifestyle.
The most passionate ramen geeks are schooled by one of their own.
Uncover the Latin roots of South Texas barbecue.
Recipes for the good life: global flavors, family style.
In editorial capacity: Warning, this book induces lifestyle envy.
Francine Bryson brings it, stuffed pork loin to pies.
San Francisco chef Andrew Swallow's innovative greens.
The Neelys, serving up more southern favorites.
It's all Guy, and it's on fire from campfire to backyard barbecue.
Essential Guy, featuring a slew of his iconic dishes.
The Neelys' southern table, fit for a crowd.
The original Triple D guide to top Mom & Pop restaurants around the country.
More fun on the road with the Triple D team.
Discover some of America's more unusual, delectable spots.
A sought-after personal chef's easy, delicious recipes.
Pat Neely Says:
"Ann's a brilliant writer and a great friend! Writing cookbooks that share your life stories and recipes can be a daunting experience, especially when you're staring at that first blank page. Ann was there every step of the way to guide me and it couldn't have been a more amazing collaboration. She really helped me take what I wanted to express to the highest level."