It's the Little Things

It's Monday, and I wanted to share a few things with you that made me really happy this weekend. Here they are in no particular order. ...more

Heather Christo Releases a New Cookbook + More!

Heather Christo announced the release of her new cookbook, Generous Table, available for pre-order on Amazon and Barnes and Noble now. ...more

A Tool To Turn Your Kindle Into A Cookbook

Thanks to a technologically-savvy food lover who needed an easier way to store and transport her favorite recipes, avid cooks and Kindle users can sign up for an account on KindleCooking, a free site that allows users to store recipes and move them to their Kindles (or, now, their iPad) in a single click....more
What a clever idea !  I worry about the copyright thing too,by the way Kindle does have a "Send ...more

Last call for recipes/stories/jokes for #Sandy relief cookbook

 Hi BlogHer Babes!!Please excuse the dust.I'm in the final stages of publishing a Superstorm Sandy relief fundraising cookbook and would be honored to feature your recipes/stories/jokes there. All the the proceeds to go the American Red Cross and I'll give you full attribution, as well as a link to your blog or your profile here, whichever you desire....more

Get Smitten With Deb Perelman's New Cookbook

Beloved veteran food blogger Deb Perelman of The Smitten Kitchen is known for her precise recipes and friendly, welcoming writing. That combination is coming to a bookstore near you tomorrow, when The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook is officially released. It's a solid collection of interesting and useful recipes—I turned to it for a breakfast casserole for a recent houseguest and was more than pleased at the results—and includes lots of great general cooking knowledge that even veteran home cooks will appreciate. I caught up with Deb about her cookbook, food blogging, and recipe writing recently. Read on to learn more about how she approached writing this book. ...more
I can't wait to check out the book!  Smitten Kitchen is an awesome blog and the first place I go ...more

Cookbook Review: Nancy Hachisu's Japanese Farm Food

There's a word in Japanese, subarashii (すばらしい), that means "splendid" or "magnificent," a fitting word to describe Nancy Singleton Hachisu's stunning cookbook Japanese Farm Food. From the moment you pick up this book and touch its indigo cloth spine, and feel the heft of almost 400 pages, you know there is something magical inside. Open the book and far from being disappointed, you are awed by the gentle beauty of the photos, the layout, of everything. This is a beautifully crafted work, clearly a labor of love, and reflective of a life rich in love, community, hard work, and great food....more

Being Overly Sentimental About My Cooking

cibo e bello (food is beautiful)...more

The VegCookbook Club's Eight Favorite Vegan Recipes

In January, I started a new blog, VegCookbook Club, in the hopes of connecting with people who love to cook from cookbooks as much as I do, particularly vegan ones. To me, each vegan recipe feels like a little science experiment + a food adventure.  Will this really taste as good without cheese? Thicken without eggs? Be as delicious without bacon?...more
 @Elisa Camahort It's a solid cookbook. I'm surprised I'd never heard of the author before. The ...more

Susie Middleton's New Cookbook Puts Vegetables In Starring Role

This month, Susie Middleton of released her second book, The Fresh & Green Table, a cookbook that sets vegetables at the center of the table. The clearly-written recipes help cookbook readers build a meal around vegetable-based main dishes. ...more
 @Genie Gratto Thank you! And, as a matter of fact, I am sitting here now eating a big handful ...more

The Unemployment Cookbook Giveaway

The Unemployment Cookbook is finally here and I'm giving away THREE free copies!To find out how, follow this link: ends at 11:59 p.m. PST on Saturday, April 14, 2012. And Frankly, My Dear... that's all she wrote!Molly Jo