Cookbook Love Podcast

Cookbook Love Podcast

Every week Cookbook Love Podcast host Maggie Green celebrates cookbook readers, buyers, collectors, writers, and clubs. Featuring interviews and solo shows, Maggie spotlights cookbook collectors and clubs as well as a view from inside the cookbook publishing industry as an editor, author, and cookbook writing coach.

Episode 117: Happy Pandemic Thanksgiving 2020
Episode 117: Happy Pandemic Thanksgiving 2020
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today is my traditional day to share stories and recipes here on the podcast. Let’s talk Thanksgiving and…
Episode 116: Pandemics, Politics, and Plans
Episode 116: Pandemics, Politics, and Plans
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. I’ll be honest I am tired of what’s going on in the world right now. Maybe a little…
Episode 115: How Cookbook Writers Get Paid: Cookbook Author Jill Nussinow
Episode 115: How Cookbook Writers Get Paid: Cookbook Author Jill Nussinow
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. Jill Nussinow, aka The Veggie Queen, has been teaching people about the joys of eating whole food, plant-based…
Episode 114: Being a Cookbook Writer: 6 Reasons Cookbook Writers Don’t Pitch
Episode 114: Being a Cookbook Writer: 6 Reasons Cookbook Writers Don’t Pitch
Welcome to another episode of the podcast.Today we are going to talk about “not pitching”. In order to become cookbook writers who get paid to…
Episode 113: Being a Cookbook Writer: Recipe Development
Episode 113: Being a Cookbook Writer: Recipe Development
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. I have received many questions lately about recipe development. And in Episode 88 with Jonathon Deutsch we discussed…
Episode 112: How Cookbook Writers Get Paid: Literary Agent Sally Ekus
Episode 112: How Cookbook Writers Get Paid: Literary Agent Sally Ekus
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today we continue our series How Cookbook Writer Get Paid with an interview with Sally Ekus. Sally Ekus…
Episode 111: 10 Thoughts that Hold Cookbook Writers Back
Episode 111: 10 Thoughts that Hold Cookbook Writers Back
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. I recently held a series of interviews with food & nutrition experts to find out what they considered…
Episode 110: How Cookbook Writers Get Paid: Cookbook Author Georgia Freedman
Episode 110: How Cookbook Writers Get Paid: Cookbook Author Georgia Freedman
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. One question I get asked frequently  about cookbook writing is, “Is it worth it?” The cost of writing…
Episode 109: Being a Cookbook Writer: How to Stop Feeling All Over the Place
Episode 109: Being a Cookbook Writer: How to Stop Feeling All Over the Place
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. Over the past few weeks, I’ve spent time talking to Food and Nutrition Experts and Food Bloggers who…
Episode 108: Being a Cookbook Writer: Commitment Can Feel Terrible
Episode 108: Being a Cookbook Writer: Commitment Can Feel Terrible
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. In today’s podcast, I am going to talk about commitment and how that very often can feel terrible.…
Episode 107: Julia Reed and Cook/Food Books to Read
Episode 107: Julia Reed and Cook/Food Books to Read
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. First, a sad note to recognize the death of cookbook author and writer Julia Reed. Julia died from…
Episode 106: Cookbook Coaches and Literary Agents
Episode 106: Cookbook Coaches and Literary Agents
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today I discuss the differences between cookbook coaches and cookbook agents. There is a role for both coaches…
Episode 105: Behind The Scenes of A Cookbook: Your Story and Your Cookbook with Patricia Greenberg
Episode 105: Behind The Scenes of A Cookbook: Your Story and Your Cookbook with Patricia Greenberg
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today I’m excited to have an interview with Patricia Greenberg. Patricia is a best-selling cookbook author, dietitian, chef,…
Episode 104: The Difference Between Cookbook Publishing and Cookbook Printing
Episode 104: The Difference Between Cookbook Publishing and Cookbook Printing
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today I want to talk about the difference between cookbook printing and cookbook publishing. Many of my students…
Episode 103: Cookbook Writing: Let’s Dispel Some Myths
Episode 103: Cookbook Writing: Let’s Dispel Some Myths
Writing a cookbook should not be a mysterious process. Also, writing a cookbook is not a project available only to celebrities and TV stars. If…
Episode 102: 20 Ways a Cookbook Writer Can Start the School Year
Episode 102: 20 Ways a Cookbook Writer Can Start the School Year
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. With the beginning of the school year I wanted to talk about 20 things we can do to…
Episode 101: If You Want To Write a Cookbook: Ask Your Brain Questions
Episode 101: If You Want To Write a Cookbook: Ask Your Brain Questions
When we have a question the first thing many of us do is turn to Google. Google will tell us the answer. Google is amazing,…
Episode 100: 100 Things to Love About Cookbooks
Episode 100: 100 Things to Love About Cookbooks
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today is episode 100! The plan for today’s show is to list for you 100 “things” to love…
Episode 99: Want to Write a Food Memoir?
Episode 99: Want to Write a Food Memoir?
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today I want to talk about writing food memoirs. One of my private coaching clients is discerning the…
Episode 98: Hungry For a Cookbook Mastermind
Episode 98: Hungry For a Cookbook Mastermind
Applications are now open to join the September 2020 Hungry for a Cookbook Mastermind. I started Hungry for a Cookbook in 2017 and since then…