First of four in a series about traveling to Peru
It just happened to be International Women’s Day when the request came for the next seasonal theme for our cookbook group. It also happened that I was pondering how to incorporate the most requested cookbook of them all, simply referred to as “Julia“. That’s a big, giant, elephant of a book to bring into aContinue reading “spring 2022 cookbook club: legendary women cookbook authors, part 1”
As we continue “Cooking Off The Beaten Path” with our Winter 2022 season of cookbook club, our culinary journey is now taking us from Portugal to the Baltic through the cuisines of three distinct cultures. Visit Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania with author Zuza Zak as she takes us on a personal exploration of the markets, pantries, and kitchens of three countries through stories and recipes.
This season cookbook club is taking a journey off the beaten path to explore a new-to-us cuisines and cultures through four beautiful cookbooks. Follow along here!
Flavors of the Sun by Christine Sahadi Whelan, the third book of our Flavors of New York cookbook club. It’s so much more than a cookbook, it’s an education in flavors and ingredients!
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!
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”
Seems simple enough. Right? Pick up a book, choose a recipe, start cooking. But no. If you want to get the most out of your new cookbook, take your time to get to know it! Here’s how I do it… Read the book and the recipes like any other book… get a feel for theContinue reading “how to cook from a new cookbook”