How I Started My Own Food-Focused Publishing Company

How one IACP member went from writing a blog, to self-publishing her first cookbook, to starting a publishing company.

Lessons I Have Learned as a Library Cooking Teacher

How "back to basics" cooking classes can empower people to create meals at home.

Submit Your Ideas for 2018 Conference

Proposals for educational sessions are due July 15th.

Jacques P├ępin to Headline PBS American Masters Series

Michele Redmond chats with fellow IACP member Barbara Pool Fenzel about her friendship with the celebrated chef.

Reinvention, or How Digital Media Knocked Down the Traditional Barriers to Entry

This digital world can sometimes feel oppressive and overwhelming, but it also has the ability to open up endless possibilities.

Five Questions to Ask Yourself Before Writing a Cookbook

Five specific questions that will help you hone in on the exact book you want to create.

Teaching Cooking in the 21st Century

What modern cooking teachers are doing to enhance and expand their careers.

IACP Member Profile: John Galang

This Los Angeles based food stylist has cooked in Hollywood restaurants, assisted celebrity chefs on the Food Network, and styled for Miller Lite.

Allrecipes Healthy Eating Trend Report

The 2017 Health Trends Survey explores healthful eating attitudes and behaviors among an external panel of home cooks.

Teaching with a Purpose

To say I was a reluctant instructor at the start would be a gross understatement. While I was passionate about macarons, we all know passion alone is