Time for some catching up! The first two books of the Autumn 2022 season, were originally posted on the Kitchen Art & Letters website. However, as I return for a couple months of traveling and holiday-ing and recovering from all the fun, I want to get us caught up here on Wander, Eat, and Tell,Continue reading “cookbook club autumn 2022 updates: books 1 & 2”
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cookbook club: Italian American
I’m ending 2021 with a special cookbook. This book was the reason I selected the theme Flavors of New York in the first place. If you’re just joining us and would like to catch up on previous or cookbooks (including previous seasons), you can catch up from the start HERE. Also, as our Autumn 2021 seasonContinue reading “cookbook club: Italian American”
cookbook club: Between Harlem and Heaven
Between Harlem and Heaven was first selected to represent an historical neighborhood. What happened when we cooked from it and dug into our conversation was a fabulous plot twist!
cookbook club: Buvette
The Flavors of New York cookbook club is off to a great start! We just completed book one of four and the energy is high. We have many new voices sharing in our conversation. They join a group that I’ve been fortunate to share two previous seasons with, and we’re going strong! Our autumn season of theContinue reading “cookbook club: Buvette”
the autumn 2021 cookbook club: flavors of New York
This is third season of the 92nd Street Y and Kitchen Arts & Letters online cookbook club. The autumn 2021 cookbook club theme is Flavors of New York. For me (and millions more), that means the flavors of home.
enchanted by Venice, pt 1 of many
Have you ever been to Venice? Before February 2020, I had not. If you’ve been there, you know the magic spell she casts over you. I was not prepared for the enchantment. Even now, over eight months later, I am still enraptured. So much so that the “quick” blog post I intended to write aboutContinue reading “enchanted by Venice, pt 1 of many”
La Dolce Vita in Modena
Modena. It’s the birthplace of the real balsamic vinegar and of opera great Pavarotti, the home of Ferrari and Maserati, and – Chef Massimo Bottura.
Opera|02: Not That Kind of Opera
What will you find at Opera|02? A bit of everything the region is famous for. And if you only have a short time in the area, this is the place.