Clumsily splattering a cookbook with bacon grease is one thing. Doing it to an iPad is quite another. That may explain why cookbooks have been late bloomers in the e-book revolution, lagging behind other categories, like fiction, that have been widely embraced in digital form. Yet cookbooks have recently begun to show signs of strength in the digital book market, bolstered by publishers who are releasing e-book editions of new titles simultaneously with the print versions and converting older, classic cookbooks into digital form. · Go to Julia Child’s ‘Mastering the Art of French Cooking’ joins e-book revolution →