Books | ‘The Very Berry Counting Book’ by Jerry Pallotta, illustrated by Joy Newton
This book is both a work of art and a teaching opportunity.
Books | Three epicurean memoirs are this summer’s unexpected beach reads
Pick up one of these memoirs by award-winning chefs and food writers.
Books | Summer at the stove
It’s time to up the cooking—and drinking—game with this season’s crop of cookbooks.
Books | Q: How do you make a picnic classy?
A: We use real plates and flatware, and we haul that in a little red wagon. Plan a menu that has a nice mix with one showstopping dish. One of the dishes from the book that I think is the most beautiful and so picnic friendly is the poached salmon: a whole side of salmon […]
Books | Q: How do you know if a CSA is the right choice?
A: CSA is not for everyone. If you don’t like to cook that often, if you’re averse to most vegetables, if you’re really a meat-and-potatoes type of person, then a CSA is not really for you. That’s my first advice.
Books | Q: What Should People Know about Irish Food?
Cathal Armstrong, chef and owner of Restaurant Eve in Alexandria, talks about his new cookbook and the history of Irish cuisine.