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 169: Thanksgiving Solo Show
Episode 169: Thanksgiving Solo Show
Welcome to our Thanksgiving episode of Cookbook Love Podcast. I hope you’re having a great day of food, family, and friends. Today I have an…
Episode 168: The Kitchen Whisperers with Founding Editor of Saveur Magazine Dorothy Kalins
Episode 168: The Kitchen Whisperers with Founding Editor of Saveur Magazine Dorothy Kalins
On today’s episode of @cookbooklovepodcast I have an interview with Dorothy Kalins. Dorothy is the author of Kitchen Whisperers and an award-winning magazine editor, with…
Episode 167: Record and Preserve Traditional Family Recipes with Ana Ortins
Episode 167: Record and Preserve Traditional Family Recipes with Ana Ortins
Today I’m excited to have an interview with Ana Patuleia Ortins. Ana is a first generation descendant of Portuguese immigrants, She grew up with the…
Episode 166: Sideways Path to Fridge Love with Kristen Hong
Episode 166: Sideways Path to Fridge Love with Kristen Hong
Kristen Hong writes the blog hellonutritarian.com, where she shares about fridge organization, meal prep, and plant-based recipes. Kristen also runs a successful Instagram of the…
Episode 165: Master Your Cookbook Marketing with Stephanie Moon
Episode 165: Master Your Cookbook Marketing with Stephanie Moon
Stephanie Wong is the owner of Steph Moon + Co. Stephanie is passionate about helping authors connect more genuinely with their audience.  Before Stephanie started…
Episode 164: Why We Cook: Women on Food, Identity and Connection with Lindsay Gardner
Episode 164: Why We Cook: Women on Food, Identity and Connection with Lindsay Gardner
Today on the podcast I’m excited to have an interview with illustrator and author of Why We Cook, Lindsay Gardner. Lindsay is a mother of…
Episode 163: Creating a Mission-Driven Community Cookbook with Evan Hanczor
Episode 163: Creating a Mission-Driven Community Cookbook with Evan Hanczor
Evan Hanczor @evan.hanczor is a chef, writer, and activist whose work focuses on food and storytelling. He has been the longtime chef at Egg restaurant…
Episode 162: Branding for Beginners with Website Designer Chloe Thomas
Episode 162: Branding for Beginners with Website Designer Chloe Thomas
Today on the podcast I’m excited to welcome North Carolina-based branding and website design expert Chloe Thomas. Chloe found her love for helping new business…
Episode 161: Top Questions about Cookbook Writing and Publishing Answered
Episode 161: Top Questions about Cookbook Writing and Publishing Answered
There are common questions that aspiring cookbook authors ask about writing cookbooks and getting them published. In today’s episode I answer these top questions in…
Episode 160: The Wrong Way to Start a Cookbook Writing Project
Episode 160: The Wrong Way to Start a Cookbook Writing Project
When I talk to aspiring cookbook authors, one of the things they ask most often is “How do I get started on my cookbook project?”…
Episode 159: Side Hustles and Passive Income with Katie Dodd, RDN
Episode 159: Side Hustles and Passive Income with Katie Dodd, RDN
Today on the podcast I’m excited to have an interview with Katie Dodd. Katie is a geriatric dietitian, writer, speaker, consultant, mentor, and leader. She…
Episode 158: How to Pitch Food Stories with Salon.com Deputy Food Editor Ashlie Stevens
Episode 158: How to Pitch Food Stories with Salon.com Deputy Food Editor Ashlie Stevens
On this episode of the podcast I’m excited to host an interview with Ashlie Stevens. Ashlie is a food writer whose work has appeared in…
Episode 157: The Life-Changing Power of Cookbooks
Episode 157: The Life-Changing Power of Cookbooks
Do cookbooks have the potential to change lives? I think to answer this question we first have to define what it means to change a…
Episode 156: 10 Things Learned From 3 Years of Being a Podcaster
Episode 156: 10 Things Learned From 3 Years of Being a Podcaster
Listen up everyone. Even if you don’t have a podcast, this episode has gems for anyone who wants to start something and keep it going…
Episode 155: My Beliefs About Cookbooks and Publishing
Episode 155: My Beliefs About Cookbooks and Publishing
When we take action in our businesses, toward our goals, or in pursuit of writing a cookbook, there is something that drives the actions we…
Episode 154: Build Your Social Media Presence with Libby Rothschild
Episode 154: Build Your Social Media Presence with Libby Rothschild
On today’s show I’m excited to have an interview with Libby Rothschild @dietitianboss.  Libby is a registered dietitian nutritionist and founder of Dietitian Boss(™). As…
Episode 153:  Goal Chasing VS Journey Taking
Episode 153: Goal Chasing VS Journey Taking
I get it. This sounds so basic, but listen…It’s taken me many years to fully understand the difference and the value of a goal vs…
Episode 152: Interview with Publishing Industry Expert Jane Friedman
Episode 152: Interview with Publishing Industry Expert Jane Friedman
On today’s episode I have an interview with Jane Friedman. Jane Friedman has 20 years of experience in the publishing industry, with expertise in business…
Episode 151: Imposter “Feelings” with Jess Serdikoff, RDN
Episode 151: Imposter “Feelings” with Jess Serdikoff, RDN
On today’s episode I have an interview with Jess Serdikoff. Jess Serdikoff is a NJ-based registered dietitian and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor who splits her…
Episode 150: Custom Cookbook Publishing with Lea Ann Hugel
Episode 150: Custom Cookbook Publishing with Lea Ann Hugel
On today’s episode I have an interview with Lea Ann Hugel. Lea Ann is a Customer Service Representative with Cookbook Specialists in Independence, Iowa. She…