The gift of good eats

Img ?1512216803

CLOSE TO HOME: RESPONDING TO SEXUAL ASSAULT IN OUR COMMUNITY

News

The gift of good eats

Book ideas for all kinds of cooks
Nigella Kitchen: Recipes from the Heart of the Home, by Nigella Lawson, is a jumble of family food from barbecued beef (think sloppy Joes) to ginger-and-apricot spiced African drumsticks.
The Essentional New York Times Cookbook, by Amanda Hesser, covers everything from Craig Claiborne’s cheese fondue and vichyssoise a la Ritz to watermelon gazpacho and the pork belly tea sandwiches at a hip New York restaurant.
Soup Day, by Melissa Iwai, is heavier on the story than on the cooking.
The Original King Arthur Flour Cookbook is go-to reference for all baking needs.
Tyler Florence Family Meal is a guide to dinners that range from fast, kid-friendly pastas to feast-worthy roasts.
The How Not to Cookbook is an assemblage of advice from 1,000 cooks around the world. A good laugh – and perhaps a cautionary tale.
The Winne-the-Pooh Cookbook, by Virginia H. Ellison and Ernest H. Shepard, if for kids who like to make themselves “a little something.” It offers easy-to-follow recipes.
The Food Matters Cookbook: 500 Revolutionary Recipes for Better Living, by Mark Bittman, is a practical follow to his best-selling appeal to eat for the health of ourselves and the planet.

The gift of good eats

SPF
Nigella Kitchen: Recipes from the Heart of the Home, by Nigella Lawson, is a jumble of family food from barbecued beef (think sloppy Joes) to ginger-and-apricot spiced African drumsticks.
SPF
The Essentional New York Times Cookbook, by Amanda Hesser, covers everything from Craig Claiborne’s cheese fondue and vichyssoise a la Ritz to watermelon gazpacho and the pork belly tea sandwiches at a hip New York restaurant.
SPF
Soup Day, by Melissa Iwai, is heavier on the story than on the cooking.
SPF
The Original King Arthur Flour Cookbook is go-to reference for all baking needs.
SPF
Tyler Florence Family Meal is a guide to dinners that range from fast, kid-friendly pastas to feast-worthy roasts.
SPF
The How Not to Cookbook is an assemblage of advice from 1,000 cooks around the world. A good laugh – and perhaps a cautionary tale.
SPF
The Winne-the-Pooh Cookbook, by Virginia H. Ellison and Ernest H. Shepard, if for kids who like to make themselves “a little something.” It offers easy-to-follow recipes.
SPF
The Food Matters Cookbook: 500 Revolutionary Recipes for Better Living, by Mark Bittman, is a practical follow to his best-selling appeal to eat for the health of ourselves and the planet.
Reader Comments
click here to add your event
Durango ~ Events
click here to add your event
Durango ~ Events