Welcome to book three of our Savoring the Diverse Flavors of Latin America season of Cookbook Club. So far, we’ve taken a bird’s-eye view of Latin America through the Latin American Cookbook, then honed in on the central region of Chile with The Chilean Kitchen. Now, we’ll explore the beautifully diverse country of Colombia, and the powerful food culture held byContinue reading “cookbook club: Colombiana”
Tag Archives: Wander
wandering chinatown NYC
There’s so much I wanted to share the past few months, but I’ve fallen horribly behind… I hope you enjoy this little video of a visit to NYC’s Chinatown. I can’t wait for my next visit!
going to Peru, part 3
so close I can almost taste it! Are you going to Peru with me in October? It’s coming up soon! I have my plane tickets and the itinerary is confirmed… so close I can almost taste the ceviche, the pisco, and the hundreds of other flavors I’ve never experienced before! If you’re still on theContinue reading “going to Peru, part 3”
going to Peru, part 2
Peruvian potatoes and pisco. One is the national spirit, and the other is (are?) the region’s gastronomic gift to the world, and a prime example of Peru’s biodiversity.
going to Peru, part 1
First of four in a series about traveling to Peru
cookbook club: Flavors of the Sun
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!
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”
cookbook club: Senegal
Welcome to the third book of our summer cookbook club. Our theme this season is Summer Vegetables – perfect for a time when local farmers’ markets are thriving, and maybe even your home garden. After easing into our vegetable-focused cooking adventure with Nigel Slater’s Greenfeast: Spring, Summer, we began an intercontinental journey; first to Asia, now toContinue reading “cookbook club: Senegal”