The Alchemist Cookbook Dir. Joel Potrykus [Oscilloscope; 2016] Rating: 4/5 Michigan director Joel Potrykus has caused some mixed reactions among the crew here at TMT. While we were absolutely enthralled by the inventiveness of last year’s Buzzard, we felt the some of his more adventurous attempts in Ape verged on the cloying. Show More Summary
As it turns out, the best hostess gifts aren't necessarily expensive or even complicated. Baker, blogger, and cookbook author Joy Wilson, known as Joy the Baker, regularly hosts friends and even baking students in her cozy and colorful New Orleans home, designed by Laurel & Wolf. Show More Summary
I negotiated my way to a kitchen remodel over the summer. I’ve written two cookbooks, contributed without fail to this here little food blog for 7+ years, and cooked THOUSANDS of meals – if anyone feels they deserve a kitchen they love, I would argue, I’m a top contender ???? Was my old kitchen bad?... Read More »
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Note: The above video is a different recipe, but another example of incorporating sweet potato in a chocolate treat. Tra-la-la, it's The Fall Cookbook Cake Parade: a new cake from a new cookbook every single day. Are your costumes cake pans ready? Today: A chocolate cake with (delicious, vegetal) secrets from Better Baking. Show More Summary
The trail-blazing Chicago chef and cookbook author wins the second annual Julia Child Award and makes a donation to the Smithsonian
Almost every episode of Barefoot Contessa includes Ina Garten saying "Jeffrey's gonna love this," so it was only a matter of time until the Cooking For Jeffrey cookbook appeared on shelves and the corresponding TV show aired on the Food Network. Show More Summary
Working in the Lifestyle world, we hear about a lot of product launches. From books to collaborations to new ventures for influencers, we see an exciting cycle of developments all the time. But this one... this one made us stop and ahem, drool. Show More Summary
Today I want to answer questions I've been getting, show you several of the pages from inside the new cookbook, and share some pics from the launch party!
Spoilers The first thing I want you to know about Feeding Hannibal: A Connoisseur's Cookbook, by Hannibal food stylist Janice Poon, is that it actually does include the line "Here are a few pieces of specialized equipment that will help...
Over the past several weeks I have had the pleasure of taking part in AOL's Fall Food Awards. Several food bloggers and myself were sent the latest cooking gadgets, cookbooks and ingredients to try and review. The winners of the Fall...Show More Summary
The not-so-casual perfectionism of Jessica Koslow's New California Cooking S qirl's founder and chef, Jessica Koslow, has decocted the ethos of her marvelous restaurant into her first cookbook, Everything I Want to Eat: Sqirl and the New California Cooking. Show More Summary
When baker, blogger, and cookbook author Joy Wilson, known as Joy the Baker, purchased her home in New Orleans, she knew the open concept layout would be the perfect set up for hosting baking classes and workshops. To help execute her...Show More Summary
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Yangzhou Fried Rice Recipe Fuchsia Dunlop is one of the foremost experts in Chinese cuisine, and was one of the first modern Western chefs to be classically trained in China. Two of her books, Revolutionary Chinese Cookbook and Land of Plenty: A Treasury of Authentic Sichuan Cooking serve as my resources for authentic Chinese recipes. Show More Summary
Who needs the spa when you've got superfoods, a blender, and Amanda Chantal Bacon?
Post by Liz Alterman. Is there anything as soothing as a nice cup of tea on a chilly afternoon? Cohost of The Chew Daphne Oz recently celebrated the publication of her newest cookbook, The Happy Cook, and she's sharing one of her favorite recipes to pair with a warm cup (or pot) of tea: blueberry tea cake. Show More Summary
Why the Barefoot Contessa made a love letter of a cookbook for her husband When Ina Garten — the unflagging icon of home cooking and good Hamptons living — publishes a new cookbook, big things happen. Best-seller charts get topped, sometimes two years in a row. Show More Summary
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So you’ve encountered someone rude and want to have them over for dinner. No problem because Feeding Hannibal: A Connoisseur’s Cookbook will make sure you’re able to create a truly exquisite meal. Sadly, this 240-page hardcover cookbook won’t tell you how to turn that rude person who cut you off on the way home into […]