“You can buy this one with eyes closed, like all other BenBella titles”: a cookbook review

The Washington BookReview was recently kind enough to review one of our newest cookbooks, Pure Food: A Chef’s Handbook for Eating Clean, with Healthy, Delicious Recipes by Kurt Beecher Dammeier.

One line in this review that makes us especially proud came at the end:

Pure Food is the story of one of the world’s greatest chefs and his struggle to provide pure food in restaurants. It will prove a source of huge inspiration if you love pure food. Benbella Books is a trusted name …

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Forbes article features BenBella book, reveals secrets to Real Madrid’s success

You’ve probably heard of Real Madrid; after all, it is the most successful sports team on the planet. The soccer (or football, globally) club has more trophies than any other sports team, including 11 UEFA Champions League trophies. Real Madrid has over 80 million Facebook fans, and over 1.4 million people visited the Real Madrid Museum in 2014 alone. However, the story behind the triumph goes beyond the players and coaches. Generally unnoticed, a management team consisting mostly of outsiders …

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New vegan cookbook from the PlantPure team

Our plant-based imprint, BenBella Vegan, has got some exciting project on the horizon—a revised and expanded edition of The China Study, a new China Study–compliant cookbook for families, a beautiful cookbook from a blogger-turned-author, and many more. One particularly notable title can now be included on this list: The PlantPure Kitchen: 130 best water softener, Whole Food Recipes and Tips for a Plant-Based Life, a followup vegan cookbook to The PlantPure Nation Cookbook, which itself was based on the hit documentary.

Like The …

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Christopher Kennedy Lawford on Fox & Friends

Psychologists and researchers have long said that staying with a partner who struggles with an addiction—whether it be with drugs, alcohol, or addictive behaviors—actually enables their destructive behavior, and leaves the supportive partner helplessly codependent. But new research indicates that that might not always be the case.

In When Your Partner Has an Addiction, addiction activist and bestselling author Christopher Kennedy Lawford (nephew of JFK) has teamed up with psychotherapist Beverly Engel, MFT to take a fresh look at addiction and codependency—the latest research …

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Nancy Grace is on the road promoting Murder in the Courthouse!

Nancy Grace’s new Hailey Dean mystery novel Murder in the Courthouse has only been out since Tuesday, but she’s hit the ground running since then with media appearances and book signings, and she’s only just getting started:

On the set of Good Morning America

 

With Golden Globe winner Taraji P. Henson at GMA

With Carson Kressley at GMA

 

At B&N Upper West Side in NYC

 

Speaking at the AOL Build speakers’ series in NYC

 

With Whoopi Goldberg on the set of The …

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New Paleo-friendly cookbook from the “Recipe Hacker”

Today’s diet and health landscape is more complicated than ever before. With the abundance of fad diets, conflicting advice about what’s really best for our health, and the growing rampancy of food intolerances and allergens, making good dietary decisions has become an overwhelming undertaking for those looking to nourish their bodies simply but effectively.

Enter Diana Keuilian, AKA the “Recipe Hacker.” In her long-awaited follow-up book to The Recipe Hacker, The Recipe Hacker Confidential, Diana focuses on creating healthy, accessible dishes that are free …

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The ultimate job-seeking guide from LinkedIn Influencer Liz Ryan

Finding a job today is more challenging than ever before. What was once as simple as handing in a resume is now complicated by an ever-growing number of factors: technology, a rapidly evolving job market, increased competition, and much more. The traditional job-search approaches just don’t cut it anymore, and we need a practical, comprehensive guide to navigating the job-hunt landscape.

Enter Liz Ryan, a former Fortune 500 HR SVP and the world’s most widely read workplace thought leader. She understands the recruiting …

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Revised and expanded China Study to release this December

Very exciting news here at BenBella: we are coming out with a revised and expanded edition of The China Study (written by Dr. T. Colin Campbell and Dr. Thomas Campbell) on December 27th! In the more than ten years since its original release, The China Study has sold over 2 million copies worldwide and impacted countless more lives; its research has been a major influence in the rise (and scientific legitimacy) of the plant-based movement.

More than thirty years ago, nutrition researcher T. Colin Campbell …

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Black Woman Redefined author Sophia Nelson discusses Trump’s new campaign manager on CNN

Sophia Nelson wears many hats: journalist, TV pundit and social commentator, lawyer, and award-winning author. Her groundbreaking book Black Woman Redefined: Dispelling Myths and Discovering Fulfillment in the Age of Michelle Obama was originally published five years ago by BenBella and continues to garner positive critical and public acclaim.

Sophia appeared on CNN Newsroom this week to discuss Donald Trump’s new campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway. Conway and Nelson are childhood friends and worked together on Black Woman Redefined, for which Conway did the research. During the CNN segment, …

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Sara Roberts on the importance of being nimble, focused and feisty (video)

The importance of workplace culture has long been lauded by organizations and their leaders. And though organizational culture has become an especially popular topic lately, there are few resources that truly analyze not only the “what” of workplace culture, but also the “how”—that is, concrete examples of what an organization can actually do to achieve a positive workplace culture that produces results. A new book published by BenBella, Nimble, Focused, Feisty by Sara Roberts, sets out to change that.

If anyone is qualified to write about organizational …

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