Cookbook Review: Rawlicious
A cookbook is a misnomer because Rawlicious is about doing it in the raw; no cooking allowed.
Food can be grown, foraged, food processed (in the food processor not processed foods), blended, strained, infused, power juiced and dehydrated.
The authors Peter and Beryn Daniel are both classically trained chefs who have …[more...]
On March 12 and 13, the third annual Tucson Festival of Books returns with an expanded lineup of authors in the most popular literary genres — including FOOD.
The 2011 Tucson Festival of Books is a non-profit event benefiting literacy programs in Southern Arizona. Admission to the event is free. The Culinary Area schedule is listed below. …[more...]
Do you love to cook and have a lot of great ideas? I know my mom has been making my “Favorite” recipes for years and I have them written down, but not all in one spot.
I have multiple cookbooks with the best of the best recipes, but it takes up a lot of …[more...]
I love making different types of salads, but being at college and on a budget, it is hard to get all the ingredients for the salads without spending an arm and a leg. But thanks to Monette’s Market in Toledo, Ohio, I now can make this Greek salad and not feel bad about buying …[more...]
Say the words in polite society and people smile pleasantly thinking about their favorite comfort foods.
Comfort food will never go out of style. While food trends come and go, comfort food is in it for the long haul. I think about comfort food more when the weather is cold or on a rainy day …[more...]
Are you a fan of Ina Garten, a.k.a., the Barefoot Contessa and her delicious, elegant recipes?
Then you’re invited to chat with her live on Monday, Jan 24 at 12:30 p.m. ET.
Ina Garten, the legendary chef and creator of the wildly successful Barefoot Contessa Cookbooks, will join Marlo Thomas to answer your questions during a live …[more...]
Lord knows the food world is filled with a plethora of pasta cookbooks.
So when the folks sent me a copy of “The Geometry of Pasta” by Caz Hildebrand and Jacob Kenedy I was reluctant to even open it. But the cover was intriguing, beautiful black and white drawings of all sorts of pastas. This book was …[more...]
BBQ 25 may be the most perfect grill related book on the planet.
On the plus side, it’s shaped like a bible and the pages are laminated. I presume its style is to stand out among a crowded BBQ book niche but also for practicality. Accidentally, drop some sauce or handle with sticky fingers and voila! – …[more...]