Amy Thielen is always cooking. Recipe creation, recipe experimentation, recipe testing. A chef, cookbook author and host of her own Food Network show “Heartland Table,” her accolades don’t get in the way of the simple home cooking she showcases. Show More Summary
Donald Link's gougères in his new cookbook, Down South, are a far cry from the delicate hors d'oeuvre seen on passed appetizer trays at fancy receptions.
by Dayna Evans HONEY IS A FOOD Put it on toast. Put it on a spoon. Put it on your mouth. Just don't get it on your computer because sticky keys are not conducive to productivity and rouse visions of sex, which will distract from productivity. Show More Summary
It’s been a while since I’ve posted some recent cooking endeavors, so let’s do that. My brother and I cooked some of this post together, as we tend to do, with these first dishes being from the Japanese Soul Cooking cookbook. I bought it for him for Christmas so I could read it and we […]
Kale and Quinoa Salad with Ricotta Salata Adapted from The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook and The Smith When I first had this salad at The Smith, I couldn’t figure out why it was so familiar and I’m really not proud of the fact that I’d had it three times before I remembered: my cookbook! Right, that […]
Mayim Bialik discusses her first cookbook, cruelty-free cosmetics and raising vegan young ones. Read More The post EXCLUSIVE: Mayim Bialik Talks Veganism and New Cookbook appeared first on Ecorazzi.
These protein- and carb-packed energy bars from The Runner's World Cookbook are the perfect snack to grab while you're getting ready for a workout. Almonds, cashews, sesame seeds, and sunflower seeds fill you up, while honey and dates will give you the carbs you need while you sweat. Show More Summary
Nick Prueher, the actor who scammed his way onto morning shows as a fake "chef and cookbook author," reveals to Fox Sports how he pulled off the stunts: "These shows are trying to fill an hour of TV every morning...
For those guys who like games (I mean, almost all of you), I'm featuring Play Magnus and Ice Age Village, the first one is about chess and the second about fun! Also take a look on the new Pages and iMovie for iPhone, simple beautiful!...Show More Summary
Do you like cooking? Do you wonder what Ben Huh, Dennis Crowley, Craig Newmark, and Dan Ariely would cook for you if they came to your home to prepare a 100-course meal? Well, wonder no more, thanks to the official SXSW Cookbook! I'm...Show More Summary
This blog post is a strange one in a lot of ways, it is more of me pointing out a set of recipes and linking through to a related article. So what are the recipes, and what will it show you, the reader how to do? Well I am going to start with a wee […]
Food52's annual Piglet cookbook tournament has ended, and the winner, as explained by David Chang and Peter Meehan is The New Persian Kitchen by Louisa Shafia. The book narrowly beat out the Roberta's Cookbook by Carlo Mirarchi, namely because...
Let's file this under: "Only funny because it didn't happen to us." Over the holiday season, "chef" Keith Guerke made several appearances on morning television shows in the Midwest to promote his cookbook, Leftovers Right. He taughtShow More Summary
Here's chef and cookbook author Keith Guerke in a few morning show appearances he did in Illinois and Wisconsin over the holidays. The only thing is Guerke's not a real chef: he's an actor who is part of a...
Donald Link's pork shoulder in his new cookbook Down South is a fine example of his approach to Southern tradition. The pork is roasted and braised in a lower-than-low oven--the best possible way to turn a tough cut of pork into a succulent delicacy. Enhancing the pork doesn't take much.
Apparently it’s really easy to get on a morning TV show, even if your credentials are completely made up. Chef Keith Guerke made five morning show appearances throughout the Midwest during the holidays to promote his new cookbook on how to turn leftovers into something amazing. Show More Summary
Armed with a fake cookbook to promote, Prueher's character "Chef Keith Guerke" got booked on five morning shows throughout the Midwest to demonstrate, on live TV, creative things to do with holiday leftovers. In this case, though, "creative things" = throw ham and pie into a blender for smoothies, and "holiday leftovers" = day-old KFC takeout.
Over the holidays, Keith Guerke appeared on five network morning shows in Wisconsin and Illinois to promote his new cookbook and prepare some meals made from leftovers. One little problem: Chef Keith doesn't know how to cook. Read more...
Even if you've never been to the eponymous shop in Napa, The Model Bakery Cookbook is a great bread and pastry reference, with a wide repertoire of recipes. And if you or someone you know is a fan, this will surely make their day.
Canadians tend to be nicer than Americans -- more candor, less snark. There's some exceptions, but then there's Canadians like Ontario's Angela Liddon, Oh She Glows blogger and author of the just-released "Oh She Glows Cookbook." From...Show More Summary