Marion Cunningham, who died in 2012 at the age of 90, was an enthusiastic advocate for home cooks and a mentor to many chefs.
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Classic Scandinavian Cooking by the great Nika Hazelton contains more than 200 recipes that will let you travel to Scandinavia without leaving your kitchen.
Dione Lucas was the first woman to host her own cooking show on American television. I love her easy and fabulous pork chops from this cookbook.
To our family, nothing is more comforting on a cold winter’s day than my great aunt Margie’s homemade noodles.
Hello, Bert. How I still miss you. If Bert Greene were still with us, he would tell you his favorite summer herb was basil. When he ran The Store in Amagansett on Long Island, he used to grow yards and yards of it in a brick-bordered kitchen garden behind his house. This is the pesto […]
Have you ever wanted to travel to a place where life is simple, quiet, and steeped in early American history with little sense of time’s intervention? A place where modern demands and pressures suddenly don’t seem so important? There is such a place, and one that many Americans have never traveled to, nor even know […]
This 1963 book by Craig Claiborne is filled with classic recipes, and is one of my all-time favorites.
Welcome to the very first blog post of The Culinary Cellar!