French Milk -- a comic book *ahem* graphic novel *ahem* for foodies
Giada De Laurentiis cookbook signing at Santana Row in San Jose, CA
My new favorite soup from my new favorite cookbook.
Few sample recipes from Joanne Harris's book, The French Kitchen. Saumon en Papillote & Vianne's Spiced Hot Chocolate.
Indian Carrot Salad from Jamie Oliver's beautiful new cookbook focusing on his garden through the seasons, out this past month, Jamie at Home [via: TheKitchn]
"Peas and Carrots" from The French Laundry Cookbook: Maine Lobster Pancakes with Pea Shoot Salad and Ginger-Carrot Emulsion
Pudlo Paris, the hip, French restaurant guide by Gilles Pudlowski, led us to this charcuterie snack at Au Petit Chavignol. The guide is now available for the first time in English.
Ile Flottante from The French Laundry Cookbook. Heaven on a plate.
late summer grilling from Grill Every Day cookbook: Eggplant Stacks with Mozzarella and Basil
Bangladeshi-style fried zucchini from my new favorite cookbook
Silk Road Ginger and Carrot Stir-fry
Joey Altman's Caribbean grilled lamb skewers with Chinese long beans are a global delight.
Finally, the marvelous cook's book from Delicious Days
Working out my issues with iconic British cookbook author, Delia Smith: Tunisian aubergine salad, redux.
Grandma's Grain from 101 Cookbooks
Hui Vegetable Hot Pot from Alford and Duguid's Beyond the Great Wall
Skillet macaroni and cheese (but with penne), and a review comparing the latest books from Delia Smith and Eric Akis.
lemon souffle cheesecake inspired by two hot tamales' ciudad restaurant in downtown LA [recipe from 2500 recipes: everyday to extraordinary]
blueberry muffins from 2500 Recipes cookbook, one of 30 in a Cookbook-A-Day giveaway
opening on the fish sauce bottle a pinhole? because you don't need much of its super strong fermented fish stank. [recipe for vietnamese rice noodle salad, bun]
[cookbook giveaway] no French bread. no French toast. no French fries. The Ethnic Paris Cookbook is Moroccan, Southeast Asian, African, and Middle Eastern.
Shake your BOOZE thing: Drink of the Week's a little number called Peaches & Herb . Funny name, seriously tasty.