Tag: Sunday Reading

Sunday Reading – Salt and Wind

Part of my research on boiled peanuts, yesterday, took me to a website/blog focused on food and travel.  www.saltandwind.com The site includes unique recipes with technique levels ranging from beginning to intermediate to advanced and the writers usually keep their stories brief, allowing the food to be the focus of […]

Sunday Reading – #cook90 2018

As I mentioned a few days ago, on the 30th, I was curious about the promotion I came across for #cook90 and was awaiting the details and weekly encouragement to arrive in my inbox. What I didn’t know, was that the program ended the next day, running January 1-31, which I found out when the […]

Sunday Reading – Tastemade

Instead of reading a traditional cookbook, today I explored the online foodie website of www.tastemade.com, which, according to their Wikipedia page, launched about six years ago. I downloaded their mobile app and discovered a plethora of fast-paced, jazzy-music, about-food videos. Welcome to the new media driven perspective of cooking! Tastemade is very much geared […]

Sunday Reading – Cooks Illustrated Magazine

As my bread went through it’s second rise, I thumbed through the rest of the old 20th anniversary edition of Cooks Illustrated Magazine (November 2012), which I had found the recipe for the bread in. It’s interesting to read through all the trial and error that occurs in a test […]

Sunday Reading – Bouchon Bakery

Last week I decided to join the Food52.com baking club (Facebook group) as they were planning to next explore Thomas Keller’s “Bouchon Bakery” cookbook (which we just happen to already have). Since I tackled my first “yeast” bread yesterday, I dove into reading the bread chapter. Perfect timing I’d say. […]