Category Archives: Magazines & Cookbooks

Crepes: 50 Savory and Sweet Recipes

Crepes: 50 Savory and Sweet Recipes

Crepes are light, delicate pancakes that are delicious just about any way you make them. Unlike some other types of pancakes, they are extremely versatile and can be made in both sweet and savory variations. In Crepes: 50 Savory and Sweet Recipes, you’ll find plenty of inspiration for some of the amazing ways that you can enjoy crepes. The book opens with a comprehensive introduction ... Read More »

L.A. Son: My Life, My City, My Food

LA Son: My Life, My City, My Food

Roy Choi has undoubtedly been one of the most influential chefs in Los Angeles in the last several years. Even if you don’t recognize his name – and Angelinos will – you have probably heard of the Kogi Truck, a Korean-bbq fusion food truck that really market the start of the food truck revolution. Long before Kogi ever got on the road, Choi’s life was ... Read More »

Chocopologie: Confections & Baked Treats from the Acclaimed Chocolatier

Chocopologie: Confections & Baked Treats from the Acclaimed Chocolatier

Chocolate is a wonderful ingredient, but it can be a tricky ingredient to work with at times. Chocolate can burn easily and needs to be handled carefully to ensure that every recipe you make with it, from the simplest chocolate chip cookies to the most elaborate truffles, turns out perfectly. A chocolatier is going to be a great resource when it comes to working with ... Read More »

Dessert for Two

Dessert for Two

Baking is a wonderful way to spend a lazy afternoon. It’s fun to spend a few hours mixing up ingredients, crimping dough and enjoying the aromas wafting from your oven. After the baking is finished, you’re left with lots of goodies to enjoy yourself or share with friends and family. One of the things that keeps people from baking more at home is that they ... Read More »

OMG Pancakes!: 75 Cool Creations Your Kids Will Love to Eat

OMG Pancakes!: 75 Cool Creations Your Kids Will Love to Eat

Pancake day comes around every year, giving people everywhere – and food bloggers especially – a good excuse for making a batch of pancakes for breakfast. The holiday is also known as Shrove Tuesday and it marks the end of Mardi Gras and the beginning of Lent in many Christian traditions. A tradition that involves eating pancakes is accessible to many regardless of religion – just ... Read More »

The Baker’s Four Seasons

The Baker's Four Seasons

Food tv shows, as well as magazines and cookbooks, often stress that cooking should be seasonal. Ingredients like fruits and vegetables taste the best when they are ripe and in season, after all. While cooking seasonally is often stressed, it is worth noting that baking can be done seasonally, as well. A freshly baed chocolate chip cookies is delicious every day of the year and ... Read More »

Flavor Flours

Flavor Flours

While all purpose flour continues to be the most widely used flour when it comes to baking, it certainly isn’t the only option that you have when you want to bake up some delicious dishes. Over the past several years, the popularity of non-wheat flours has skyrocketed. It is now easier than ever to find these “alternative” flours in the baking sections of regular markets, ... Read More »

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