Feather-light pancakes dripping with maple syrup; cinnamon-scented pastry warm from the oven; savory eggs paired with crisp bacon, and served with flaky biscuits and homemade jam… These mouthwatering icons of the breakfast table carry with them warm memories of relaxed, slow-paced mornings shared with loved ones. Details? Read on...
Just a reminder to IACP members that I will be giving a Webinar on "The Food Writers as Culinary Chameleon" this Wednesday at 12 noon EST. You do have to be an IACP member to attend. Here's the link with the pertinent information. I will be talking about how today's food writers have to be aware of the many changes in our field, and how to change your skin to get work. I hope to "see" you there!
Last week, I was the presenter in a podcast on how to stock your pantry for holiday entertaining. The clients included Frito-Lay Tostitos, Idahoan Mashed Potatoes, Bauducco Panettone, Soda Stream Home Soda Maker, and Soda sSkyBar One Wine Chiller (available at Bed, Bath and Beyond). To see the podcast, click here.
Modesty almost prevents me from posting this article from yesterday's Star-Ledger, but practicality won out. Thanks to Suzanne Lowery, a fine cooking teacher herself, you'll learn more than you ever wanted to know about me. If you are up for it, keep reading for the link.
And they said it couldn't be done! Sarabeth Levine, the Goddess of Bakedom, and I have been working on her master tome for over ten years. (OK, we did take a break somewhere in there...) Today is the day of its release, and she and I couldn't be prouder! Introducing Sarabeth's Bakery: From My Hands to Yours.