Schulz is the writer and co-producer of The Dinner Sisters, a podcast about the evening meal. The Dinner Sisters are two real-life sisters who want to “cook a little better, learn a little bit about food, and answer the question ‘what the heck to have for dinner?’". Each week they look for hidden gems and classic recipes from food blogs and websites. Kate's been a passionate home cook since the age of nine, when she served turkey burgers and chocolate mousse for her parents, two sisters and little brother.
Page through this book with a stack of post its in your hand. Homemade merguez meatballs, Korean Clambake, and a kimchi toast that makes breakfast quite the treat. Reviewed on our podcast; we all loved it.
Maybe you have total restraint at the Farmer’s Market. If instead you’re like me and tend to pick up 4 pounds of beautiful eggplant without a plan, this is your book. Deborah Madison groups vegetables botanically and provides recipes, techniques, and guidelines.
Purchased for my sister, whose family members intermittently go vegetarian. Mark Bittman really can tell you how to cook everything and this book proves he knows his stuff. A wide range of recipes that will appease a lot of palates.
The reason I’m a huge fangirl of Deb Perelman is because her recipes are simultaneously interesting and practical. No crazy ingredients, or techniques just food to make for yourself and your family again and again.