OK, maybe just a few words: IT’S HERE. In my kitchen. And in just four weeks, it can be in your kitchen, too.
A food writer without an oven is like a beauty queen without a pageant. A filmmaker without a screen. A politician without an election: You can lay the most spectacular groundwork, but with no way to finish, it’s all for naught. Welcome to my life. Halfway through my second batch of these babies, after the ...Keep Reading
I loves me some chorizo. Doesn’t matter if it’s the Spanish kind, scented with smoked paprika and cured (so it needs no additional cooking), or the Mexican kind, which gets its heat from chilies and is typically sold raw. Only problem for this formerly kosher fan: pork. Both versions are piggy. And while I’ll eat ...Keep Reading
Please forgive me. What follows is a rant, complete with occasional foul language. I’m pissed. THREE YEARS. Paula Deen knew for three years that she had Type II Diabetes. During those 1000+ days, did she offer any hint to the millions of people who adore her and her over-the-top, butter-mayo-lard-encrusted food? No. Instead, she offered ...Keep Reading
And it’s a good one! From Library Journal: Reassuring is the first word that comes to mind when reading food writer Koenig’s first cookbook, in which she provides doable, affordable meal solutions for new parents. The chapters are practical and original: “Nap-Time Cooking” divides recipes into stages to be completed while a child is napping, and ...Keep Reading