by Darina Allen, Alice Waters et al.
by Suzanne Goin, Teri Gelber et al.
by Janet Fletcher, Alice Waters et al.
by Niloufer Ichaporia King and Alice Waters
by Calvin Trillin, Michael Pollan et al.
by Patricia Curtan, Kelsie Kerr et al.
Freshly picked weeds, hot from the fryer.
June 12, 2014 For those who love a green lawn, those pesky yellow flowers can be an eyesore. For Irish chef Darina Allen, they're the key ingredient in a sweet, summertime treat.
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Alice Waters is the author of eight books, including The Art of Simple Food: Notes and Recipes from a Delicious Revolution.
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August 22, 2011 Waters founded her Berkeley restaurant, Chez Panisse, long before "organic" or "locally grown" entered the vernacular. In 40 Years at Chez Panisse, Waters looks back on the sustainable food movement and the momentum it has built in recent years.
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June 20, 2010 This year has yielded a bumper crop of cookbooks for the farmers market regular. Food writer T. Susan Chang has sorted through this bounty to come up with an armload of recommendations — as well as a score of great summer recipes — for the locavore in your life.
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April 21, 2009 There's no reason not to eat well, even in tough economic times. Three cookbooks conjure deliciously simple dinners from the most ordinary of ingredients.
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March 20, 2008 Niloufer Ichaporia King lives in a house with three kitchens. She is known for her ritual celebrations of Parsi New Year on the first day of spring, when she creates an elaborate ceremonial meal based on the auspicious foods and traditions of her vanishing culture.
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March 18, 2008 When Niloufer Ichaporia King's mother, Shireen Ichaporia, turned 90, King began an account of Parsi food. My Bombay Kitchen chronicles a cuisine and culture that is endangered and fast disappearing. Read three recipes.
November 28, 2007 This year's cookbooks are all about the seasonings — and honing basic kitchen skills, writes T. Susan Chang. The 2007 cookbook shelf has a stylish gift idea for everybody, from your grill-crazy carnivore of an uncle to your vegan massage therapist.
May 26, 2006 Bonny Wolf recommends Sunday Suppers at Lucques in her annual roundup of summer cookbook choices: It's "a beautiful cookbook for when you want to spend more time cooking. Directions are easy to follow, but these are not quick meals and include some hard-to-find ingredients."
May 26, 2006 Summer is the time to eat. There's no better opportunity to make the most of what the season — and your local farmer's stand — have to offer. Cookbooks can help. Food writer Bonny Wolf rounds up 10 to take you through the season.
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