1. Archive


(ran TNP edition)

1. 30-MINUTE MEALS 2 by Rachael Ray (Lake Island Press, $14.95). Still going strong.

2. ITALIAN EASY: RECIPES FROM THE LONDON RIVER CAFE by Rose Gray and Ruth Rogers (Clarkson Potter, $35). Admirers of the authors' half-dozen other cookbooks are propelling this new title.

3. THE SOUTH BEACH DIET COOKBOOK by Arthur Agatston (Rodale Press, $29.95). Recipes for the dieter.

4. THE NEW JOY OF COOKING by Marion Rombauer Becker, et al. (Scribner, $35). A standard reference enjoys a back-to-the-college-apartment bounce.

5. BOBBY FLAY'S BOY GETS GRILL: 125 REASONS TO LIGHT YOUR FIRE! by Bobby Flay (Scribner, $30). One of the most popular of this year's grilling books keeps going strong all season.

6. SERIOUSLY SIMPLE: EASY RECIPES FOR CREATIVE COOKS by Diane Rossen Worthington (Chronicle, $35). A steadily selling favorite from a respected cookbook author.

7. 30-MINUTE MEALS by Rachael Ray (Lake Island Press, $14.95). Thelong-running original compilation of the Food Network star's favorites.

8. HOW TO GRILL by Steven Raichlen (Workman, $19.95). Everything you ever wanted to know, with pictures.

9. THE PROVENCE COOKBOOK by Patricia Wells (HarperCollins, $29.95). The latest from the well-known American expat features recipes from her neighbors.

10. CAFE PARADISO SEASONS by Denis Cotter (Hylas, $35). The first book published in North America by the chef of an innovative vegetarian restaurant in Cork, Ireland.