Cookery by the Book, the show that created the cookbook-podcast niche, is about to debut its 8th season.

NEW YORK, NY, August 13, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Launched in 2015 by Suzy Chase, (with a background in cookbook publicity and major market radio,) Cookery by the Book explores Chase’s two favorite things: cookbooks and conversation.

As we scroll through our social media accounts or walk down the streets of a bustling city, we’re surrounded by food (glorious food!), but at the end of a long day, who actually feels like cooking? Chase feels this in her soul. A food lover who devours cookbooks like novels, Chase interviews cookbook authors to learn their insider tips—and shares the best ones with her audience of home cooks. From her dining room table in New York City’s West Village, in each episode Chase uses food as a lens to examine people and cultures, where cookbooks are archeological artifacts.

“I so enjoyed my interview with Suzy, she has such a passion for gastronomy, and such a knack for engaging in wonderful conversation,” says James Beard Award-winning and Emmy-nominated chef and cookbook author Pati Jinich, who was a guest on Cookery by the Book to discuss her cookbook Mexican Today. Whether she’s chatting with a chef-author like Jinich or Pierre Thiam (Senegal, The Fonio Cookbook), or popular recipe developers-turned-authors like Ali Slagle (I Dream of Dinner) and Nik Sharma (Season, The Flavor Equation), Chase has a knack for asking the very questions her listeners have—because she’s learning alongside them.

Cookery by the Book boasts 40K+ subscribers and 9K downloads per episode. Chase is also the creator and host of Decorating by the Book, a podcast dedicated to design books: it was named one of the best decorating podcasts in its first season by FeedSpot in 2021. Her first podcast, The Groove Radio, launched in 2005, and is the longest-running soul music podcast, boasting over 5 million downloads.

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