Archive For The “Cookbook Authors” Category
Ever get lucky enough to be invited into a kitchen to learn how to make a dish you just can’t stop thinking about? You sweet talk the chef, you frantically memorize what he is doing, and rush home to write it all down. That’s a foodie triumph! It’s also the idea behind the Brass Sisters‘…
Happy Birthday Jacques!
Move over, Apple Pie!
OraTV‘s America Cooks With Chefs recently interviewed Mary Sue Milliken about how to keep off weight while eating from her Modern Mexican recipes. Enjoy!
Persia once had a huge empire – and Ghayour explores much of it.
Learn to cook from a design book expert? Yeah!
Spring Cleaning? Get a new coffee maker
Don’t use a napkin
What in the world (or under it) is Chef Michel Roux up to?
How do you become a great chef?
French cookbook. New Zealand chef. Written in Australia.
This Spring is all about coconut pie and rice pudding
Will there be more Jamie in the USA?
The James Beard Foundation is helping teach chefs to be better advocates.
Is there ageism for TV food hosts and chefs?
Sanjeev Karpoor aims to reach the global Indian Diaspora and then keep going
Change is slow for African-American chefs
Expansion without a TV show
Flexibility with an eCookbook
Roasts are for sharing
Part memoir, part cookbook — totally yummy