What it is: If not for "Lessons Learned From a Poet's Garden," the story of Harlem Renaissance poet Anne Spencer's garden would have been lost.
What it is: This cookery book might not shove "Joy of Cooking,"
or one of the other tried-and-true wedding-shower must-haves, off
the newlywed bookshelf, but Sarah Copeland's newest, "The Newlywed
Cookbook," deserves a shot at that coveted real estate.
A scary thing happens in the kitchen when a kid, who used to
scarf down half the pantry and call it "just a snack," decides to
take up an über-taxing sport. And then decides he is going to eat
like the pros.
They come in many forms, those wily picky eaters. There are the
ones who draw lines across plates, and never two colors shall meet.
There are those who refuse to put any color other than white in
their sweet little mouths. And there are those who declare such
doozies as, "If it's Tuesday, I …
Here are a few pointers to get the most bang from the bouquets
guests bring or that you purchase.
For a couple of years now, we've been keeping watch on some
amazing cooking coming out of an old brick warehouse alongside a
lazy canal in Lambertville, N.J. The two women who cook their
hearts out in that light-filled kitchen are Christopher Hirsheimer,
one of the founders of Saveur magazin…
The bath, it always seemed, was the only way station for all
those ears of corn. The boiling-water bath at the back of the stove
awaited the warm-weather assignment: turning just-picked corn into
corn you couldn't wait to sink your teeth into.
"Jam it, Pickle it, Cure it: And Other Cooking Projects"
Maybe you, too, were one of us: a kid whose heart clicked into
overdrive whenever you cracked open the lid of the ol' Crayola
64-pack, that veritable rainbow of wax, in upright row upon