How to Get a Cookbook Published with Greg Henry, | Live on KitchenParty

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Have you always wanted to know how to get a cookbook published?  If you’re anything like us and your answer is “hell yes!” — then our next live google hangout is for you!

There isn’t a day that goes by where we don’t see one of our food blogger friends announce their new cookbook. It’s awesome to see the process from beginning to end. As many of our other food blogger friends are left scratching their heads wondering… “How did they get noticed?” “How did they turn their blog into a cookbook?” “Will I ever get the opportunity?” We raise our glass to them and say “hell yes you can do it!”

This week on KitchenParty we’ll be hearing from Greg Henry (@SippitySup), cookbook author, podcaster, photographer and the head honch over at Sippity Sup- Serious Fun Food. Greg is author of Savory Pies and the new cookbook Savory Cocktails which will be out Fall 2013. He also contributes the Friday column on entertaining for The Back Burner at Key Ingredient. He’s active in the food blogging community, and a popular speaker at IFBC, Food Buzz Festival and Camp Blogaway. He’s been featured in Food & Wine Magazine, Los Angeles Times, More Magazine, The Today Show Online and Saveur’s Best of the Web. Greg also co-hosts The Table Set podcast which can be downloaded on iTunes or at Homefries Podcast Network and was named one of The LA Weekly’s 5 favorite podcasts for food lovers.

HOW TO WATCH THE SHOW: Join us here or on our G+ event page. We’ll add the video to the pages about 15 minutes before we go live!

HOW TO JOIN THE LIVE CHAT:  Before the show, leave a comment on G+, on twitter using #kitchenparty or below in our comments. Also, upload photos to our G+ page of your cookbook collection for a chance we’ll share it on our show. 

To join our virtual cocktail party… grab these supplies:

Sungold Zinger

4 Sungold tomatoes, halved
1 pinch coarse salt
1 shot / 45 ml / 1½ fl oz Distillery 209 Gin
1/2 pony shot / 15 ml / 1/2 fl oz St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur
1/2 fl oz freshly squeezed lemon juice
1 whole Sungold tomato, as garnish



This episode of KitchenParty is sponsored by Cookbook Cafe, the first DIY cookbook publishing platform that allows anyone to publish a cookbook as both an ebook and iPad app for free and sell it in our marketplace on


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