I recently received a copy of the newest special issue from Woman’s World magazine called Eat Well, Live Well which features 130 plant based recipes organized by color. This book covers every fruit and vegetable you can imagine and delicious ways to prepare them. Continue reading “Eat Well Live Well”
Who doesn’t love a good cookbook? I have grown quite a collection of cookbooks over the years and the information in Kindness and Salt is something I wish came out years ago. The book is written by the owners of two of Brooklyn’s favorite restaurants, Buttermilk Channel and French Louie, and it breaks down recipes in a way that makes sense that even the most beginner chef could use. Continue reading “Kindness and Salt”
Being born and raised in New England, the rules of southern living are a little foreign to me. That’s why I loved to get a copy of The Southern Living Party Cookbook. This book covered many aspects of the south that I never experienced, like crab boils and chuck wagon dinners. The author, Elizabeth Heiskell, was raised in the Mississippi Delta, so she came with a full knowledge of all things southern. Continue reading “The Southern Living Party Cookbook”
This post was sponsored by AVA Grace Vineyards.
Now that autumn is officially here, that means it’s time for all those fun fall activities. Pumpkin picking, hay rides, sitting outside in front of a fire and enjoying the beautiful weather. If you enjoy relaxing with a drink while partaking in watching the leaves turn (here in New England, it’s quite a sight to see), then you will love the line of wines from AVA Grace! Continue reading “Delightfully Autumn with AVA Grace”
When I had the chance to get a copy of Pantry and Palate: Remembering and Rediscovering Acadian Food by Simon Thibault I found it a wonderful read. Not only for learning about new recipes but, as a history major, I found the stories behind the recipes and why they used the ingredients they did fascinating. Continue reading “Marion Buote’s Meat Pie”