Cook, food writer and food stylist
I used to watch Ina with my mom + grandma all the time - we loved her (still do). She embodies so many of the things I feel the most strongly about in food + cooking. Food should be delicious first, not to be afraid to try new things, and (of course) that butter is king ("How good is that?!").
One of my go-to cookbooks and authors for entertaining: Ina’s recipes work every time, fill the space between decadent and simple perfectly, and are never too intimidating or complicated. Ina changed the way I think about cooking as much as anyone.
Founder of QUIN – a small batch, handmade candy company headquartered in Portland, Oregon
Before Food Network - Ina at her best. This food in this book is so much more than food - it captures a moment and a feeling that I feel nostalgic for even though I really only experienced the moment and the feeling through Ina.
Cookbook author and restaurateur
A Modern Classic for great home cooking with recipes that work every time
Blogger, Chinese Grandma
Appealing recipes that really work; Garten never disappoints.
Host/producer of cookbook podcast Cookery by the Book
A simple well tested cookbook, who doesn’t love Ina.
Managing Director, Pinkster Gin
Lover of great cuisine
Publisher of Appetite