Stone Brewing Co. co-founders Greg Koch and Steve Wagner have made a career of their "unabashedly arrogant" beers. In this book, written with the esteemed Randy Clemens, we see how they did it.
It's part history lesson, part beer guide, and part cookbook (with recipes of both the edible and the liquid variety). The title pretty much says it all: The Craft of Stone Brewing Co.: Liquid Lore, Epic Recipes, and Unabashed Arrogance.
Their first cookbook "How to Eat Supper" was all about fitting a home-cooked meal into our busy weeknight schedules.
In this follow-up book, Lynne Rossetto Kasper and Sally Swift tackle the other end of the cooking spectrum. They say, Slow down! It's the weekend! Let's cook something really delicious. And here's how to do it.
Got a bundt pan gathering dust in your cupboard? Wish you used it more often? Then this is the book for you: A collection of classic and updated bundt cake recipes, from Tunnel of Fudge Redux to Olive Oil-Rosemary and the recipe we have for you today:
A luscious cranberry cake, with the richness of crème fraîche.
"Glorious" is truly the proper word to describe Domenica Marchetti's new collection of Italian pasta recipes, The Glorious Pasta of Italy. As Exhibit A, I present to you a fast vegetarian dish with all the luxury you would find in the best restaurant in town. It's a dish for any time of the year: linguine with a garlicky pesto of walnuts, Parmesan, and ricotta.
We are big believers in eating together as a family and feeding our children wholesome, not-dumbed-down food. But good intentions can easily get sidetracked when there's a toddler underfoot or a picky six-year-old who will. not. touch. the. kale. Susie Cover has vast experience cooking meals that everyone (everyone!) will like, and this book offers more than 100 recipes that aim to please.
What does a young man from Ottawa, Canada know about true Southern cuisine? After one look through A New Turn in the South, you'll come to understand the answer to that question: a whole heck of a lot.
In search of recipes that are more than just written lists of ingredients and straightforward instructions? Look no further than They Draw & Cook, a new book of 107 recipes written and illustrated by artists from around the world. Beautiful, entertaining and always inspiring, this book just might make you rethink the definition of "recipe."
It's autumn, that wonderful time of year when publishers are scrambling to release their latest cookbooks in hopes of capturing our attention (and dollars!) as the gift-buying and feasting season revs up towards December's big finale. This usually makes me happy, as I am generally a lover of feasts and gift-buying and cookbooks. Especially cookbooks. But even geeks like me might be taken aback at the avalanche of cooking titles pouring forth right now. Just how many can we look forward to choosing from? Read on for my astonishing discovery.