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Dinner with a Kitchen Gypsy

Good food—sourcing, preparing, and eating it—is a passion close to my heart. I firmly believe in its power to nourish, heal, and bring people together. There is something about sitting across the table—eye to eye and fork to fork—that builds community and dissolves boundaries. 1,078 more words

Karen Pavone

Eat well live long

Hello gorgeous,

I have been interested in eating healthy since I was a teenager (although as a kid I ate TONS of candy and crap!). I credit growing up on a farm with a fabulous garden and happy healthy livestock and interestingly my Dad. 511 more words

Harlot's Guide Wins in New York Book Festival

The Harlot’s Guide to Classy Cocktails” by Jeza Belle won the New York Book Festival’s best cookbook category. Yeah for drag queens! Drag queens, cocktails, and good ole trashy fun are clearly the perfect recipe for the Big Apple!

Mom’s Sunday Morning Breakfast

It’s odd that when I think of my mom I don’t think of her as the “Nana” she was at the end of her life, but as a vital, aggressive, and, in her own way, nurturing “Mom” of my childhood.  186 more words


Book Review: Ratio by Michael Ruhlman - An Overlooked Culinary Classic

Ratio by Michael Ruhlman just might be one of the greatest cookbooks ever written. It is one of the few books in the genre that actually teach you how to cook. 487 more words


Are You Looking For A Cookbook From Missouri?

Like most people who enjoy cooking, I have an obsession with cookbooks.  My husband is O.K. with my obsession because I actually read every word of every cookbook. 950 more words


The Magic 8 Ball of Cookery

Meet my Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book, copyright 1976.  I have tons of cookbooks–newer cookbooks, snazzier cookbooks, “gourmet” cookbooks, but this is my favorite.  292 more words