The best streaming food programs

If you are looking for quality food shows to watch in between episodes of the GBBO, you should look to streaming services, which have quietly collected dozens of entertaining shows. There are now so many options it can be difficult to decide what to watch, which is why The Guardian's guide to the best in streaming food shows is so handy. 

Adriano Zumbo

Let's take a look at a few highlights from the list. One intriguing option is Zumbo's Just Desserts, available on Netflix. Described as a "sort of Australian Bake Off,", the show, hosted by renowned patissier Adriano Zumbo, puts a group of cooks to the test in a series of intricate dessert challenges in each episode. As a bonus, Rachel Khoo is in it. 

Another Netflix offering, David Chang's Ugly Delicious, takes deep dives in exploring various junk foods. Going beyond descriptions of the food itself, the progrm tackles issues "such as the links between fried chicken and racism or the US's bastardisation of fried rice." You won't want to miss the episode where Chang nearly comes to fisticuffs with a chef over a confessed love of pizza from a large commercial chain. 

Amazon has some great shortform programs like Chef Tips. This show hones in on one dish or one technique and enlists a top chef to demonstrate it in just about onea minute. Chef Tips is summarized as "[p]ublic service broadcasting, brought to you by Playboy Studios."

Warning: the title of this next show is definitely NSFW. Fuck, That's Delicious  from Now TV. The key here is the host, Action Bronson, who used to be a chef. The author of the article makes a bold proclamation about him, saying that  if "anyone in the world will replace Anthony Bourdain, it will be Bronson." That alone should make the show worth trying. 

Mayo is good for more than sandwiches

Most of us have a jar of mayonnaise in the refrigerator, just waiting to be slathered on a sandwich. That's far from the only use for the condiment, however, as Food & Wine explains. They have five chef-recommended ways to make the most of mayo.

mayonnaise

Recent articles have predicted the end of mayonnaise (allegedly millenials don't like it), but chef Scott Shroeder of Philadelphia is having none of that. He's a fan of mayonnaise, and his affection for the condiment began at a young age.  "A tomato-mayo sandwich changed my world, when my grandmother first handed me one with a tomato out of her garden, on Wonder Bread," he remembers. "Such simple ingredients. It didn't take away but added to the tomatoes." 

Schroeder uses mayonnaise in ways you might not have thought about, like as a substitute for egg wash for breaded meat like chicken breasts. A layer of mayonnaise allows the breading to adhere while keeping the meat nice and juicy. Mayo is also the secret to perfect grilled cheese sandwiches, he says. Schroeder offers a few more uses, including as an ingredient in decadent chocolate cake. Do you have any 'secret' uses for mayonnaise that you are willing to share? 

Photo of Mayonnaise from Delicious Magazine (UK)

August 2018 Eat Your Books Cookbook Club Summary

We have an incredible community here at Eat Your Books that has flowed into our Eat Your Books Cookbook Club and Sweet Eat Your Books Cookbook Club, places were we share our successes and fails in cooking and baking from specific cookbook titles. Here on the site our recipe notes feature - completed by members and our indexers - help share issues and tips. Checking the notes section on a recipe for any errata that may have been reported by the publisher or discovered by a member is always a wise idea.

This month we have been working through:

And, desserts are still being churned out in our second group working through Ottolenghi's Sweet.

Our future month selections are re-shared at the end of this post and all club posts are tagged #EYBCookbookClub if you are looking for a particular post.

The photos below are just a few of the beautiful shots our members have been sharing; visit each group for more inspiration. Do not forget to also upload your photos and add your notes to your bookshelf at Eat Your Books. Instructions on uploading your photos and links to other helpful articles can be found here.

On that note, Eat Your Books has been sharing your photos on our Instagram feed. If you would like to be tagged in your lovely photos, update your bio here at EYB to include your social media handles. You can edit your bio on your Profile page, accessed from the menu under your username at top right. When we choose photos, we can then check your bio for your Instagram handle.

Other members have expressed an interest in following the members that make such beautiful food! Also, if you would like your EYB username shown when we post your photos in this monthly roundup, please add your username to your Facebook posts.

A few announcements before we share some highlights from this month's options: 

Please make sure you have entered all our giveaways. We have a few up right now that combine a piece of cookware or a Boos cutting board. This Fall we'll have promtions that will offer a Mauviel roaster, Leuke products for pastry and chocolate work, Emile Henry stoneware as well as a set of Shun knives and I'm working on even more! 

Every week new and books are being added. Find out more here. We recently just announced our newest feature Eat Your Books Digital - see our updated post for more information.

Every Sunday, I compile a post of Kindle cookbook deals so be sure to check those for bargains!

Now to this month's highlights:


Lisa S made the Roasted Chicken with Harissa, Israeli Salad, Schmaltzy Potatoes, and the Herb Salt as well as the Israeli Couscous with Summer Vegetables and Caramelized Tomato.

Jeanne made a number of dishes including this Halva latte (see the group posts for details on these dishes),

Kimberly K made the Banh mi sandwiches and more from Vegetarian Vietnam and I have made several recipes but the photos were not easy on the eyes.



Maree made the Poulet Roti / roast chicken and its gravy



Kathleen L from Victory Garden made a number of dishes from the Victory Garden including the the Basque Piperade ( using yellow bells in lieu of green) - as a filling for one large omelette. Topped with new batch homemade Cotijo cheese.

 

A few of us made Annabel Langbein's Peanut crunch slice which are addictive and a number of other recipes.

There are many other wonderful photos in the group.

Eat Your Books Sweet Cookbook Club
Sweet - Ottolenghi


RachelB Fig and pistachio frangipane tarts & prickly pear sorbet with almond tuiles 

Kathy G  made the popular Pistachio roulade with raspberries and white chocolate 

Harriet made the cinnamon pavlova with praline mascarpone and figs! 

September


October

In praise of the potato

For hundreds of years, potatoes have fed much of the world. Whether roasted, boiled, baked, or mashed, the humble spud has been the preferred side dish for - and sometimes even the star of - countless meals in the Americas and Europe. But recently the ubiquitous dinner companion has struggled. Millenials seem to prefer rice as their starch, so potato sales have dropped. To help buoy the spuds, The Guardian asked top chefs as well as its regular contributors to share their favorite potato dish.  

Hasselback potatoes

The twenty recipes span the gamut from simple to complex, with a few twists thrown in for good measure. Freelance chef Rosie Sykes makes a risotto using potatoes, while Josh Eggleton takes a turn by using seaweed butter to dress cooked spuds. Food writer Rachel Roddy pairs potatoes with green beans while chef Aiden Byrne goes all in by adding pumpkin and truffle. You'll find everything from hash browns to Hasselback potatoes in the list. 

Naturally, the EYB Library teems with fantastic potato recipes to help you rediscover this humble yet inexpensive and nutritious food. Here are several Member favorites: 

July 2018 Eat Your Books Cookbook Club Summary

We have an incredible community here at Eat Your Books that has flowed into our Eat Your Books Cookbook Club and Sweet Eat Your Books Cookbook Club, places  were we share our successes and fails in cooking and baking from specific cookbook titles. Here on the site our recipe notes feature - completed by members and our indexers - help share issues and tips. Checking the notes section on a recipe for any errata that may have been reported by the publisher or discovered by a member is always a wise idea.

This month we have been working through:


And, desserts are still being churned out in our second group working through Ottolenghi's Sweet.

Our future month selections are re-shared at the end of this post and all club posts are tagged #EYBCookbookClub if you are looking for a particular post.

The photos below are just a few of the beautiful shots our members have been sharing; visit each group for more inspiration. Do not forget to also upload your photos and add your notes to your bookshelf at Eat Your Books. Instructions on uploading your photos and links to other helpful articles can be found here.

On that note, Eat Your Books has been sharing your photos on our Instagram feed. If you would like to be tagged in your lovely photos, update your bio here at EYB to include your social media handles. You can edit your bio on your Profile page, accessed from the menu under your username at top right. When we choose photos, we can then check your bio for your Instagram handle.

Other members have expressed an interest in following the members that make such beautiful food! Also, if you would like your EYB username shown when we post your photos in this monthly roundup, please add your username to your Facebook posts.

A few announcements before we share some highlights from this month's options:

Please make sure you have entered all our giveaways. More great giveaways will be added soon.

Every week new and books are being added. Find out more here. We recently just announced our newest feature Eat Your Books Digital - see our post for more information.

 

 

Please consider nominating Eat Your Books for a Saveur blog award. More information can be found on this post. Deadline July 25th. You are able to nominate every day, multiple times a day. We appreciate your consideration.

 


Every Sunday, I compile a post of Kindle cookbook deals so be sure to check those for bargains!

Now to this month's highlights:

I made Melissa Clark's crispy salt and pepper pork a few weeks ago and it was great. I did adapt it a bit and left a recipe note. My sad photo can be found here. Now that we are moved into our new home (finally) and are a few weeks away from being unpacked, I plan on participating more in the clubs. Late next month, I will begin  tackling Modernist Bread and posting once a month with my progress.

Christine M made the Spicy black beans with chorizo & jalapeños from Favorite Recipes From Melissa Clark's Kitchen. She states: "Left out jalapeños, cilantro and hot sauce because husband does not care for those, the spice from the chorizo, as well as the flavors of the cumin and oregano, made this flavorful enough. I did the fried eggs sunny-side-up because that is how we like them. This was really easy to make and very good, and I would make this again." Christine, please remember to upload your photo here at EYB.

Becky L made the Deviled Egg Salad with Anchovies, Smoked Paprika, and Tomato (Favorite Recipes From Melissa Clark's Kitchen p 73. She states: "I cheated - I've tried and tried and I just don't like anchovies. But a trick I learned from my dad is to swap in capers for the brininess without the fishiness. I did that here and it was amazing! This is definitely one I'll be making again!" Becky, don't forget to upload your photo here at EYB.



Lisa S made an online recipe of Jacques Pépin for garlic chicken breasts and they look great. Lisa, please remember to upload your photo here at EYB.




Nicole K made the Little Gem Salad with Cheddar Vinaigrette and Pistachio Granola on page 25 of Matt Jenning's Homegrown. "This is the second time I have made this dish and it is filling enough for an entree. It is quite literally one of the best salads that I have ever eaten. If you only ever make one thing from this book, let it be this. Although, the Farmstead Mac and Cheese is also pretty incredible." Nicole, please remember to upload your photo here at EYB as well.

Yvette B. Tonight's yummy dinner was beef rib-eye steaks with chanterelle (and oyster) mushrooms from the Home Grown cookbook. It was also supposed to served with bearnaise sauce, but THAT was a fail. Twice!" Yvette, upload your photo here on EYB and make a note about what you think happened with the sauce.

There are many other wonderful photos in the group.

Eat Your Books Sweet Cookbook Club
Sweet - Ottolenghi

This month multiple people made the Blueberry and Almond Cake. The photo below is shared by member JudyK.

Recap of our future selections:

You will note for the next three months, we are offering additional options so that even more members can participate. From August through October, our vegan option will be Vegan 100: Over 100 Incredible Recipes from Avant-Garde Vegan (see our giveaway and review here) or any online vegan recipe.


August

September

October

Come join us!

 

Soup in the summertime

Things have been hot in the northern hemisphere as much of the US and the UK are in the throes of a heatwave. When it is sweltering outside, the thought of soup for dinner is not particularly attractive - that is, unless it's a refreshing chilled version. I've been seeing many mouthwatering chilled soup recipes on my social media feeds in recent days, and they are a welcome reminder that you can enjoy soup in the summertime. 

cantaloupe gazpacho

The Guardian starts us off with six of their favorites, ranging from a creamy carrot soup to a bold beet gazpacho. Featuring common ingredients and dazzling colors, the soups featured here are perfect for energizing palates worn down by the heat. The website Plated also offers its favorite cold soups. Although I had not thought of  avgolemono (the Greek lemon-egg chicken soup) as a cold soup, it can be served either hot or chilled. If you aren't a fan of gazpacho due to textural issues, you may want to consider  salmorejo, which Plated calls "gazpacho's silkier, thicker, blended cousin."  

Indexed magazine Saveur also has a list of delicious chilled soup recipes. The wide variety at Saveur includes avocado soup, okroshka (a kefir/buttermilk soup with herbs that sounds intriguing), and Claudia Roden's ajo blanco, a chilled almond and garlic soup. Cooking Light magazine (also indexed on EYB) offers three fruit- and vegetable-focused recipes as well, featuring cucumbers, honeydew, and watermelon.

One of my favorite chilled soups is cantaloupe gazpacho (pictured above). I have used this Serious Eats recipe, and the one from Bon Appetit also sounds wonderful and has the bonus of being vegan. What's your favorite chilled soup recipe? 

June 2018 Eat Your Books Cookbook Club Summary and August - October Annoucements

Last month we topped 5,000 members in the Eat Your Books Cookbook Club, come join us. I find myself cooking more recipes from my books than normally because the photos are so inspiring. One of the many great benefits of EYB is our recipe notes (as you will see below in our first entry regarding the Rhubarb cake in the Sweet section. Due to notes from other cooks/bakers, mistakes can be avoided and success is almost guaranteed. 

This month we've been working through: 


Main selection: At My Table by Nigella Lawson

Alternative selection: Bring It!: Tried and True Recipes for Potlucks and Casual Entertaining  by Ali Rosen (added for our summer entertaining!)

Flashback option: Any recipe from Jacques Pépin's books

Online option: Any recipe from Nigella or Jacques online

Baking: Any recipe from Rose Levy Beranbaum books

And, desserts are still being churned out in our second group working through Ottolenghi's Sweet.

The photos below are just a few of the beautiful shots our members have been sharing; visit each group for more inspiration. Do not forget to also upload your photos and add your notes to your bookshelf at Eat Your Books. Instructions on uploading your photos and links to other helpful articles can be found here.

Our July selections are re-shared at the end of this post and all club posts are tagged #EYBCookbookClub if you are looking for a particular post. And we have polled our members for their input for future selections.

You will note for the next three months, we are offering additional options so that even more members can participate. From August through October, our vegan option will be Vegan 100: Over 100 Incredible Recipes from Avant-Garde Vegan (see our giveaway and review here) or any online vegan recipe. Now, here are the results of the voting: 


August

Main selection: Vegetarian Viet Nam (look for another special promotion that will include a Swiss Diamond wok with this book) or Shaya (you can find my review of these books here and here. I have been adding my reviews to our library record where you will find other reviews as well).

Alternative Title: Appetites or Les Halles by Anthony Bourdain 

Online:  Any Annabel Langbein recipe (I love Annabel's recipes - her Essential volumes are amazing  and  - see reviews Vol 1 and Vol 2.

Baking: The Artful Baker (see my review)

Vintage for Summer: The Victory Garden  or any Barbara Kafka cookbook

September

Main selections: How to Eat a Peach or Secrets of the Southern Table 

Alternative:  Anything from Alton Brown's books or Onions Etc. (this book is spectacular, see my review)

Online: Any Alton Brown recipe or Diana Henry recipe 

Baking: Bake for Syria 

October 

Main Selection: A Table in Venice or Just Cook It! 

Alternative: Anything from Craig Claiborne's books

Online option: Anything from Food52 or Serious Eats 

Baking: Food52 Genius Desserts  

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A few announcements before we share some highlights from this month's options:      

Please make sure you have entered all our giveaways. We have loads of cookbooks and cookware up for grabs. 

Every week new   and  books are being added. Find out more here

Every Sunday, I compile a post of Kindle cookbook deals so be sure to check those out for bargains! 

Please note, Eat Your Books has been sharing your photos on our Instagram feed. If you would like to be tagged in your lovely photos, update your bio here at EYB to include your social media handles. You can edit your bio on your Profile page, accessed from the menu under your username at top right.  When we choose photos, we can then check your bio for your Instagram handle. Other members have expressed an interest in following the members that make such beautiful food! Also, if you would like your EYB username shown when we post your photos in this monthly roundup, please add your username to your Facebook posts.

Lisa's gorgeous Cherry tomato tart which she made twice from Bring It!  Lisa raves about the crust!

Alicia's Catalan toast and Chilli mint lamb cutlets with a preserved lemon and mint sauce from At My Table 

There are many other wonderful photos in the group.

 Eat Your Books Sweet Cookbook Club
 Sweet - Ottolenghi

 

Sharifah posted her thoughts on Eat Your Books when she shared the Rhubarb and strawberry crumble cake: "This is where EYB absolutely excels in its purpose - I read Jane's, Astrid's and Trisha's comments first before I made this. I reduced the sugar by 20g in the crumble and cake mixes, I pulled it out at 40 mins and covered it with foil, and I checked every 10 mins. - total cooking time 60 mins. Absolutely deelicious....and perfection, me thinks."

Ching Y's Chocolate and peanut butter s'mores are perfection 

Again, here is a reminder for next month!

 

JULY


Main selection: Favorite Recipes from Melissa Clark's Kitchen

Alternative selection: Homegrown by Matt Jennings

Flashback option: Any recipe from Claudia Roden's books (or online)

Online option: Any recipe from Melissa Clark online

Baking: The Art of the Pie by Kate McDermott

Eat Your Books Cookbook Club - May 2018

This month we topped 5,000 members in the Eat Your Books Cookbook Club and we have been working from the following options: 


Main selection: Dining In by Alison Roman

Flashback and Online option: Any recipe from Madhur Jaffrey books or her recipes online
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Baking: The Fearless Baker by Erin Jeanne McDowell

And, desserts are still being churned out in our second group working through Ottolenghi's Sweet.

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The photos below are just a few of the beautiful shots our members have been sharing; visit each group for more inspiration. Do not forget to also upload your photos and add your notes to your bookshelf at Eat Your Books. Instructions on uploading your photos and links to other helpful articles can be found here.

Our June through July selections are re-shared at the end of this post and all club posts are tagged #EYBCookbookClub if you are looking for a particular post. I will be putting up a poll for August through October early next month so everyone can vote for our next round of cookbooks. 

A few announcements:     

Please make sure you have entered all our giveaways. We have loads of cookbooks and cookware up for grabs. 

We are moving full steam ahead with our   and . Find out more here

Every Sunday, I compile a post of Kindle cookbook deals so be sure to check those out for bargains! 

Please note, Eat Your Books has been sharing your photos on our Instagram feed. If you would like to be tagged in your lovely photos, update your bio here at EYB to include your social media handles. You can edit your bio on your Profile page, accessed from the menu under your username at top right.  When we choose photos, we can then check your bio for your Instagram handle. Other members have expressed an interest in following the members that make such beautiful food! Also, if you would like your EYB username shown when we post your photos in this monthly roundup, please add your username to your Facebook posts.

 

Member: Monique
Recipe: First photo: Imposter Al Pastor
Recipe: Second photo: Raw and roasted carrots and Fennel with feta and pistachios



Member: Maree
Recipe: Crispy chicken leg with potato.

Member: Lisa 
Recipe: Paprika rubbed sheet pan chicken with lemon

 



Member: Joan
Recipe: Perfect Roasted Asparagus

 



Member: Jessica
Recipe: Vinegar Roasted Beets

 


Member: Diane
From: Madhur's World Vegetarian
Recipe: Asparagus with Chinese Mushrooms

 

Member: Gabi
From: The Fearless Baker
Recipe: Banana cake with cocoa nibs and nutella swirl

 Eat Your Books Sweet Cookbook Club
 Sweet - Ottolenghi

Member: Mami
Recipe: Roma's Doughnuts

 

Member: Rachel
Recipe: Persian Love Cakes

 

A reminder for June and July's selections:

JUNE


Main selection: At My Table by Nigella Lawson

Alternative selection: Bring It!: Tried and True Recipes for Potlucks and Casual Entertaining by Ali Rosen (added for our summer entertaining!)

Flashback option: Any recipe from Jacques Pépin's books

Online option: Any recipe from Nigella or Jacques online

Baking: Any recipe from Rose Levy Beranbaum books

JULY


Main selection: Favorite Recipes from Melissa Clark's Kitchen

Alternative selection: Homegrown by Matt Jennings

Flashback option: Any recipe from Claudia Roden's books (or online)

Online option: Any recipe from Melissa Clark online

Baking: The Art of the Pie by Kate McDermott

Thanks for following along - come join us!

Pasta Grannies

Meet Vicky Bennison, the founder of the Pasta Grannies. While Vicky was researching Italian food for a project, she discovered beautiful nonnas, ranging from the age of 49 through 95 and beyond, who were still creating beautiful hand-made pasta.

She made it her mission to preserve this dying art with a website and a Youtube channel devoted to teaching these unique dishes with videos. Their introduction video came across my timeline and I had to learn more.

While I'm buried in May's monthly cookbook roundup, I wanted to take a moment and share Vicky's work with you. I've subscribed to the channel and, of course, have already written Vicky in the hopes that she is working on a step-by-step cookbook devoted to these ladies and their unique pasta. While waiting for a response, I came across a post that confirmed a book is in the works. Praise the flour and pass the pasta! Take a look at the incredible blog posts that introduce the dishes demonstrated in the videos. 

Subscribe to the YouTube channel and follow these beautiful women who know more about Italian cooking than some of the finest chefs. 

Vicky, thank you for bringing these wonderful women and their pasta into our kitchens. I am, for one, am grateful that their stories and dishes will be preserved for generations to come. 

 

Eat Your Books Cookbook Club - April 2018

April has been a busy month with members enjoying all the dishes they have been making from Chinese Soul Food. The author, Hsiao-Ching Chou, has been popping in the group sharing tips and instructional videos such as a stir-fry demo, a video on making dumplings, and another on reducing the sauce in her Sweet and Sour spare ribs in our Eat Your Books Cookbook Club

Main selection Chinese Soul Food by Hsiao-Ching Chou

Other selections for April included the following:

Flashback and Online option: Any recipe from Grace Young books or online

Baking: Any bundt cake recipes from books or online (see our special Bundt promotion).

And, desserts are still being churned out in our second group working through Ottolenghi's Sweet (please see our errata sheet for the Americanized version of this book and information on the reprint).

The photos below are just a few of the beautiful shots our members have been sharing; visit each group for more inspiration. Do not forget to also upload your photos and add your notes to your bookshelf at Eat Your Books. Instructions on uploading your photos and links to other helpful articles can be found here.

Our May through July selections are re-shared at the end of this post and all club posts are tagged #EYBCookbookClub if you are looking for a particular post.

A few announcements:  Please make sure you have entered all our giveaways, there are some exciting promotions coming up for great cookbooks and products including:  Emile Henry, Mauviel, Le Creuset, Anolon and many more. What is better than a cookbook giveaway - a cookbook with cookware and bakeware giveaway.

We are moving full steam ahead with our   and . Find out more here

Every Sunday, I compile a post of Kindle cookbook deals so be sure to check those out for bargains! 

Please note, Eat Your Books has been sharing your photos on our Instagram feed. If you would like to be tagged in your lovely photos, update your bio here at EYB to include your social media handles. You can edit your bio on your Profile page, accessed from the menu under your username at top right.  When we choose photos, we can then check your bio for your Instagram handle. Other members have expressed an interest in following the members that make such beautiful food! Also, if you would like your EYB username shown when we post your photos in this monthly roundup, please add your username to your Facebook posts.

Lastly, since so many of were able to obtain Matt Jennings' Homegrown (at the incredible price of around 4.00 as of today still on sale) I added that book as a possible selection for July as well. 

Chinese Soul Food 

Gary made the Stir-fried noodles with shrimp and vegetables 

Lisa S made the General Tso's chicken as did many others including myself so good!

 

 

Christine M made Shrimp and pork noodles in broth (Dan zi mian)

Ellie Mae made the Wonton soup

 

Jessica made the Wontons with Chili sauce for wontons

Kara H made the Pork, shrimp, and Chinese chives dumplings 

Kathleen made the Beef with broccoli

Lisa M made the Baby bok choy with chicken

Maree made the Red-braised pork belly pot stickers 

Sweet - Ottolenghi

Annalies made from Sweet Apricot and thyme galettes with polenta pastry 

Rachel B made Lemon and poppy seed cake (National Trust version)

Stanca made Chocolate Guinness cake with Baileys Irish cream

Lastly, here is a reminder of our upcoming months' selections:

MAY


Main selection: Dining In by Alison Roman

Flashback and Online option: Any recipe from Madhur Jaffrey books or her recipes online

Baking: The Fearless Baker by Erin Jeanne McDowell

JUNE


Main selection: At My Table by Nigella Lawson

Alternative selection: Bring It!: Tried and True Recipes for Potlucks and Casual Entertaining by Ali Rosen (added for our summer entertaining!)

Flashback option: Any recipe from Jacques Pépin's books

Online option: Any recipe from Nigella or Jacques online

Baking: Any recipe from Rose Levy Beranbaum books

JULY


Main selection: Favorite Recipes from Melissa Clark's Kitchen

Alternative selection: Homegrown by Matt Jennings

Flashback option: Any recipe from Claudia Roden's books (or online)

Online option: Any recipe from Melissa Clark online

Baking: The Art of the Pie by Kate McDermott

Thanks for following along - come join us!

 

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