22 December 2008
There is always a multitude of year-end articles appearing for everything that happened or should be highlighted at this time of year. Of course, ours is food-related. Christmas recipes to be precise, from The New York Times, from an appropriately named article Christmas Recipes. Read the entire article or go to a specific subject:
101 Simple Appetizers in 20 Minutes or Less by Mark Bittman.
The Remaking of Eggnog, Popular Heavyweight Champ by Florence Fabricant.
Panacea (gravy), by Dorothy Allison.
A Seven-Course Feast of Fish by Craig Claiborne.
How a Fat Apple Pancake Saved Christmas by Jonathan Reynolds.
Recipe: Louisiana Gingerbread (Stage Planks or Mule Bellies)
Roasted Fresh Ham for a Crowd
Recipe: Spice-crusted Prime Rib With Whipped Potatoes
Yugoslavian Christmas Cookies by Amanda Hesser.
All the Cookies by Molly O'Neill.
Or view a slide show of Christmas Classics.
Or a slide show of Holiday Party Treats.
And if you want more, visit The Food Network for Christmas Recipes
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07 December 2008
Highlighting one or two food-related books at a time on this blog hardly covers even a small portion of culinary publications that appear during the year. The New York Times is better staffed than I am and at this time every year a roundup of cookbooks is presented in their Holiday Books: Cooking, this year by Craig Seligman. So, if you're looking for a gift for someone or a treat for yourself, be sure sure to look at the featured publications.
These books and more are available at Jessica's Biscuit and Barnes and Noble online.