About the Book This month, I cooked from The Palestinian Table by Reem Kassis. Ok, so I was only able to make one elaborate meal, but it still counts right? Admittedly, this wasn’t my best month. I find myself to be more of a project-cook and have trouble finding the motivation to cook a meal for onlyContinue reading “Cook the Book: The Palestinian Table by Reem Kassis”
About the Book This month I cooked through Alison Roman’s Dining In. I could say this cookbook needs no introduction and probably be correct if you follow any food writing. After it came out it took Instagram by storm with The Cookies (I was way more into these Instagram famous cookies at the time tbh).Continue reading “Cook the Book: Dining In by Alison Roman”
About the Book This month I chose Japan by Nancy Singleton Hachisu for my Cook the Book series. I came across this book when I was looking for what could be considered a definitive book on Japanese cooking. The book is framed as traditional and authentic recipes from the 70s and 80s—recipes that made inContinue reading “Cook the Book: Japan by Nancy Singleton Hachisu”
I love the activity of coming up with New Year’s Resolutions. From the practical (make bed every day) to the impractical (make every Tuesday a Taco Tuesday), there’s always something I can come up with to improve my life. This year, I was thinking about my cookbook collection. I love buying and owning cookbooks. IContinue reading “Cook the Book: Healthyish by Lindsay Maitland Hunt”
Cookbook club took on the recipes of Molly Yeh and her first cookbook Molly on the Range. With its Midwest inspiration, the casserole reigned supreme.
Back in January 2016, I made a resolution: I was going to start a cookbook club. I had read about cookbook clubs many months before, but wasn’t sure it was something that I could do. Admittedly, I wasn’t a great cook. Cooking meat terrified me (JK it still does). I didn’t know how people wereContinue reading “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Start A Cookbook Club”