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Specialty Cookbooks Fall 2020

Specialty cookbooks Fall 2020

As I said in my “Everyday Cookbooks” roundup on Monday, it looks like a fair number of us will be spending more time at home, at least in the first half of 2021 and with more time at home brings More meals to cook and More time to explore more complex recipes (for adults) or […]

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Everyday cookbooks for home cooks

As we move into 2021, it looks like many of us will still be spending more time at home and, so, naturally that means many of us will spend more time cooking. After 9+ months of more home cooking, are you looking for a little inspiration? I’ve got you covered today with some recently-released cookbooks […]

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Mediterranean Chicken Pot Pie

Hello Boxing Day! Are you wandering around, unsure what day of the week it is, wondering what you’re going to do with all those leftovers in your fridge? Chances are if you celebrated Christmas yesterday you might have a bit of leftover chicken or turkey and the thought of endless sandwiches for weeks is just […]

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Slow-Cooker Brisket with Carrots and Sweet Potatoes from Everyday Dorie

Cook the Book Fridays: Slow-Cooker Brisket with Carrots and Sweet Potatoes from Everyday Dorie

This week’s recipe for Cook the Book Fridays comes from Dorie Greenspan’s latest cookbook, Everyday Dorie and is one that takes a LONG time to cook (but it’s mostly hands off since it’s the slow cooker doing most of the work, though you’re par-cooking the veg and searing the meat before it goes in there) […]

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French Fridays: Books for Francophiles for the holidays

Hello hello! And happy French Friday! Coming at you today with three great books for Francophiles (or, you know, yourself!) this holiday season! Since we can’t travel, this is the next best thing! Let them eat pancakes This is the second book from Craig Carlson, author of Pancakes in Paris all about his Breakfast in […]

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end of term update

Here we are. It’s mid-December! I’ve survived (just barely) the first term of in-person (and virtual for half my classes) teaching during a global pandemic. And I’m ready for a break. No trip to France for us this year so I’m just kind of laying low recuperating from the mental and emotional fatigue. It occrred […]

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