John Donohue, an editor in the Goings On About Town Section of The New Yorker, is a cartoonist and a writer. He has published his drawings in The New Yorker, Barron’s, and other publications. He cooks for his wife and daughters, and he runs StayatStoveDad.com, a blog about his time in the kitchen and the cooking habits of other fathers. He is the editor of “Man with a Pan: Culinary Adventures of Fathers Who Cook for Their Families,” published by Algonquin Books. The book is a collection of essays featuring contributions from Mark Bittman, Mario Batali, Mark Kurlanksy, Jim Harrison, Stephen King, Michael Ruhlman, and others. It includes interviews with a bond trader, a carpenter, a fireman, an economist, and many other working dads who cook. The book has sixty recipes, as well as cartoons.