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Lisa Barrangou Author of RealSmart Baby Food

Lisa Barrangou is a food enthusiast, food educator and advocate for healthy living. She is a former corporate food scientist turned personal chef for infants. Lisa has been making homemade baby food and teaching parents to do so since 2005. She holds a B.S. in Nutrition, Food and Agriculture from Cornell...

Sugar & Salt, A Year At Home And At Sea by Annie Mahle

Book Review Simple and delicious recipes, tales, and experiences captivate the reader to keep devouring the entire book.  However, before I go on more about the book, I’d like to tell you a little more about Annie Mahle, as that will intrigue you just as much.   Mahle has honed her skills for more than 25...

AMAZINGLY GOOD, INCREDIBLY EASY AND REMARKABLY INEXPENSIVE RECIPES

Author Karina Ann Betlem’s Cookbook “From the Kitchens of Pancho Villa” Teaches the Handed-down Secrets of Local Mexican Cooks PANCHO VILLA, MX – Written in support of the hardworking and compassionate people of Colonia Pancho Villa comes Betlem’s delicious selection of recipes representing the history and...

Solothurn Wine Soup From Switzerland

Switzerland is comprised of four official regions and many cantons within regions. The four languages are French, Germa, Italian and Romantsch. Each have distinctive and shared food traditions. I’m currently on a Culinary Tour and experiencing many, but certainly not all. I’ll just have to go back. Where...

Lemon Squares from the Stephen Taber

The Hill Team was fortunate in June to sail on the Stephen Taber. All of our meals were prepared on a wood stove. Many of the recipes are new and others are from when Captain Noah Barnes’ parents owned and sailed the schooner, Captains Ken and Ellen Barnes. This recipe for the lemon bars we devoured  is...

Rancho La Puerta Cook Book Honored by James Beard Foundation

Brenda and I will soon be going to Rancho LaPuerta from February 27 to March 6, to present a workshop on “How to Start Journaling and Why.” Since we also plan to write about the fitness, health and spa aspect, we were excited to hear that the James Beard Foundation has honored “Cooking with The Seasons at...

Recipe-Nadine Begin’s Casserole of Root Vegetables

This simple, nutritious and delectable dish came to us through Nadine Begin. Nadine wrote the newly published book Feed my Lambs, Feed my Sheep which we both reviewed. There is a lifetime of memories, recipes and much more in her delightful book. Autumn is nearly here and our mouths watering for this dish....

Book Review – Honey for Health & Beauty & Recipe

Honey has been a remedy I’ve known and used for years. But, Honey for Health & Beauty, part of the Cooking Well series, is a treasure. It is a cooperative effort with the Introduction by Lauren Feder, M.D., Foreword by Marie-Annick Courtier and Recipes from The National Honey Board. This combined effort...

Book Review: Feed My Lambs, Feed My Sheep by Nadine Chantal

Recipe included: Select Harvest Gewurztraminer Cake Feed My Lambs, Feed My Sheep by Nadine Begin, was an evolution of recipes from her early years on a Michigan farm, years spent in a convent, to wife of a former priest, then CEO turned winemaker. Together they own the Chateau Chantal where her culinary...

Book Review – Absente, Images and Tastes of the Green Fairy

Absente, Images and Tastes of the Green Fairy by David Carrier and Michel Roux Much to my delight, I’m enamored with a book on Absente. During the past two years, quite a few authors have written about the magic of this famous liqueur. However, Carrier’s compilation brings everything to life in spectacular...

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