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Looking for an exotic culinary adventure? Check out Teff Love — a new cookbook to help you bring new and interesting vegan Ethiopian recipes into your home.
What happens when a 21-year old becomes chief cook on an anti-whaling ship? She writes a fascinating cookbook filled with easy vegan recipes and sea tales.
Families on a $4 a day food stamp budget need to find cheap ways to eat healthy. So a NYU Food Studies grad student wrote a cookbook to help. And it’s free!
If you’ve been a vegan for any number of years, you may be doing quite a few head turns lately. All of a sudden, the vegan diet is popular with former presidents and vice presidents. With heavyweight champions and Olympic gold-medal winners. It’s the on-and-off again diet du jour for Beyoncé. We’ve certainly come a long way from the good ol’ days where we considered ourselves lucky if we could find tofu, let alone a vegan cookbook with recipes how to cook it.
As you know from prior posts, I’m not vegan. But when I got an offer to review a vegan cookbook, I had an epiphany. I eat fruits, vegetables, grains, and pasta. And I love cookbooks. So I grabbed the chance. Good call! Alan Roettinger’s cookbook, Extraordinary Vegan, is my first vegan cookbook but it won’t […]
Want to know how to plan a cheese course? What’s the best wine to serve with cheese? How to make the perfect mac and cheese? The stunningly beautiful Cowgirl Creamery Cooks cookbook has all the answers — and more! Just north of San Francisco, in the rolling hills of Marin County, the Cowgirls — as they’re known […]
Mark your calendars to celebrate real food on Food Day 2013 October 24! Food Day is a nationwide celebration of healthy, sustainable, and affordable food. Learn more.
This hot and sour recipe has “all of the bright and peppery flavors of the hot-and-sour soup you get at a restaurant with none of the glop.” It comes from Joanne Chang’s new cookbook Flour, too, a collection of the 100 most-requested savory recipes from her four Boston cafés. “Here are all of the bright […]
Imagining how you’d survive the zombie apocalypse is a lot more fun that trying to figure out how you’d get adequate protein and calories in a shipwreck, off-roading accident, or other survival situation. In both cases, though, it’s- I don’t know how to lead into this smoothly, so I’ll just say it: you’re going to eat a bug.
DIY smoothies and juices are quite the rage these days, and I’m listening. Green smoothies are next on my to-try list. Wanna’ join me? I have a few tools to help us get started…
This has been a tragic week for Boston — one of my favorite cities. To honor Boston and its remarkable residents, I found a vintage Boston Baked Bean Recipe.
The Artist, the Cook, and the Gardener: Recipes Inspired by Painting from the Garden by Maryjo Koch is a gorgeous cookbook. This contemplative book filled with beautiful language, art, photography, and, of course, delicious recipes is perfect for a spring-themed gift or for placing on your own coffee table.