What’s more visually beautiful than combining art and food in a magnificent cookbook? A Mississippi Palate wins on both counts.
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Cookbooks are coming to me in such varied ways, sometimes with a whisper of someone from the past.
Stouffer’s Restaurants of the past had a rich history of good American food, including requested recipes like these pumpkin-raisin muffins for fall baking!
Clementine Paddleford changed America’s culinary landscape but has long been forgotten. Not in my Cellar. One book survived and her spirit never left.
Since I wrote about Bake-Off books in yesterday’s blog, I thought I would tell you today about a superstar Bake-Off winner.
Who was your best friend growing up? Mine was Linda. She will always be my first and best friend, who gave me a gift of love – a recipe from the past.
The joy of cooking brings people together across generations, and then one day something lands on your kitchen table and that bond becomes forever.
If Spring is in the air, then it’s time for asparagus! This issue of vintage Sphere has a beautiful spread of this treasured vegetable.