Lina Nertby Aurell and Mia Clase call themselves “two positive hypochondriacs who try to figure out how to eat to stay healthy, with guidance from Professor Emeritus Stig Bengmark.” After writing a few years for their blog ‘Food Pharmacy’, they now offer a book/cookbook of the key information they think we should know.
The fall and winter holidays inspire so many comforting dishes to brighten our darker days, they’re well deserving of their own book.
It’s funny, when you’re happy and busy and focusing on many other things, it’s easy to forget the whole healthy eating thing.
The yearly hunt for the perfect gift to say “I love you” to Mom can be a bit daunting. With a little help from the kitchen, here are three ways to say “thank you for feeding me” (more tenderly, “thank you for taking care of me”) to the mom-chef in your life.
On April 26 the JBF awarded winners in the categories of book, broadcast and journalism. Other category awards will be announced tonight, but for me, the “Oscars” of the food world happened last Tuesday. See the winning cookbooks and try a couple recipes from the JBF Book of the Year.
Historically, I’ve had plenty of good luck when it comes to March Madness. Even without a working knowledge of college basketball stats or players, I manage to fill out a winning bracket time and again. But now I’ve found a madness to which I’m better suited: cookbook madness.
My Predictions for the 2016 Piglet Tournament of Cookbooks from Food52.
There are several February holidays perfect for celebrating your love with a home-cooked meal.
The start of a new year often marks the start of a new diet. While I’ve been known to cook from a trendy diet cookbook, this year, I opt for “food.”
Cookbooks make a great gift around the holidays, here’s a few I’ve found to help you narrow down a gift for the cookbook lover in your life.