Buttermilk Pancakes, Marion Cunningham’s perfect recipe from The Breakfast Book.
Back to Basics was released in 2008 and has become one of my favorites of Ina Garten’s books even though it doesn’t really have many “new” recipes in it. Most of the recipes are, in fact, things that good home cooks make in rotation, but what Ina Garten does so well is really study what […]
I received my first copy of this classic as a wedding shower gift when I was just learning to cook. My second and third copies were inherited from my mother and mother-in-law, but their conditions weren’t so good—with well-worn dog-eared pages, stains and cracked and stringy bindings proving just how valuable they had been to […]
I was in my early twenties when I discovered this wonderful cookbook and it redefined how I thought about cooking and food. My interest in learning to cook had already started at the elbows of my grandmother and my mother.
A book review of David Kamp’s, “The United States of Arugula”.
A book review of Michael Ruhlman’s The Making of a Chef-Mastering Heat at The Culinary Institute of America.