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Russell Moore of Oakland’s Camino has been called the “ninja of California live-fire cooking” by Jonathan Gold, the Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer for the LA Times. This recipe comes to us from his new cookbook, This is Camino.
Jovial Foods Founder Carla Bartolucci came across the heirloom wheat varietal, einkorn, while searching for an alternative grain for her daughter. This Dairy-Free Coconut Pound Cake recipe comes from her new book, Einkorn: Recipes for Nature’s Original Wheat.
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Former British Michelin-starred chef-now-turned-restaurateur/butcher Richard H. Turner’s new book, Hog: Perfect Pork Recipes from the Snout to the Squeak, pays homage to the savory delights of his favorite animal. Flip through the pages of Hog, and you’ll find a handful of savory meat pie recipes, of course, as any proper English cookbook should include.
Amelia’s European Plum Meringue Torte recipe was inspired by a recipe from her Aunt Hanna’s old baking journal and can be enjoyed throughout the year by substituting plums for other delicious seasonal fruit—apples, pears or even ripe apricots!
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By combining nutty-flavored bulgur wheat with beets that he prepares from Root to Leaf, Atlanta’s Miller Union Chef Steven Satterfield creates a meal that is both delicious and incredibly healthful.
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Since 2003, David Sterling has been living in the city of Merida where he offers cooking classes and gives culinary tours. This recipe for Pollo en Bistec comes from his book Yucatán: Recipes from a Culinary Expedition which won the James Beard Award for Cookbook of the Year.
Lesley Tellez is a food writer and culinary guide. In 2010 she founded Eat Mexico, the first culinary tours in Mexico City devoted to street food, markets and fondas. Her new book Eat Mexico brings that same food to your home kitchen.
It’s cherry season here in Southern California, so we knew we had to ask Maureen Abood about her black cherry salsa. This week on the show she says, “Lamb loves to be paired with something sweet, and this recipe is just gorgeous.”
This week we hear from Anna Brones and Johanna Kindvall, authors of Fika: The Art of the Swedish Coffee Break. This recipe was inspired by Johanna’s mother’s cardamom cake.
Ana Sofia Peláez grew up in Miami in a Cuban household. When she moved to New York she had to use her taste memory to recreate the dishes of her childhood. And now, along with photographer Ellen Silverman she brings those dishes alive in the book, The Cuban Table: A Celebration of Food, Flavors, and History.