When it comes to quick and nutritious lunch options, grain bowls are always a good choice. Made with whatever healthful ingredients you happen to have on hand, and requiring no special tools to prepare, they are perfect for busy, on-the-go days. If you aren’t used to building your own or just want to nail the […]
“Small Victories” is New York chef Julia Turshen’s first solo cookbook, but she’s coauthored some of my favorites including “It’s All Good” with Gwyneth Paltrow and “The Fat Radish Kitchen Diaries”, among many others. I love her bold yet approachable recipes and her warm, funny tone in describing how to make them at home. This […]
As a vegetarian, I’m always on the hunt for new recipes that are conducive to what I like to eat. I love ramen, but find it’s oftentimes a very meat-centric dish. While flipping through Gwyneth Paltrow’s brand-new cookbook, It’s All Easy, I was thrilled to see her take on veggie ramen. Her simple recipe is inspired by […]
Yesterday I shared a delicious Coconut Yogurt Bowl recipe centered around the well-rounded fruit-nut hybrid, and today I want to turn attention to the book where I found it, Coconut Kitchen: Cooking With Nature’s Most Beautifying Superfood. It was written by raw food chef Meredith Baird, a South Carolina native who now calls Venice home—more with her […]
A while back, I shared one of my favorites for Southern charm and entertaining, The Mason Cocktail Shaker from W&P Design. Needless to say, when I got my hands on their new book, chock full of recipes and tips for inspired imbibing, I was thrilled – and had to have it in store. Shake – […]
If you haven’t noticed, I’ve been on a bit of a baking kick lately. This gorgeous cookbook from sisters Emily and Melissa Elsen of Brooklyn’s renowned Four & Twenty Blackbirds will likely keep that kick going. Filled with pie recipes both uncommon and delicious – think Black Currant Lemon Chiffon and Salty Honey, to name […]
As you already know, I am obsessed with the new A.O.C., so it’s no surprise that Suzanne Goin’s latest cookbook is at the top of my list! Not only does it feature her famous small plates adapted into main courses, but it also includes wine pairings for each dish, courtesy of partner and wine director for her incredible restaurants, Caroline Styne.
Such a great cookbook anytime of year, Plenty, from famed London chef and restaurateur Yotam Ottolenghi, includes 120 of some of the most delicious, innovative vegetarian recipes I have ever come across. My favorite: his Burnt Eggplant & Tahini, which also happens to be featured on the front cover