I didn’t know much about Jewish cooking. I knew meat and dairy shouldn’t be served at the same meal, shellfish were a no-no and there were rules about how animals should be slaughtered if they were to be consumed. I also knew I was a huge fan of Matzo Ball Soup, which I’ve always referred [...]
I just finished a fascinating new book by Daphne Miller, MD called Farmacology: What Innovative Family Farming Can Teach Us About Health and Healing. When I first heard the title, I hoped the book would have a “food as medicine” theme and would teach me how I could get off my meds by eating locally [...]
A few months ago, the nice folks at myrecipes.com sent me a copy of their new cookbook America’s Favorite Food: 200 top-rated recipes from the country’s best magazines. This book features favorite recipes from All You, Coastal Living, Cooking Light, Health, Real Simple, Southern Living and Sunset magazines.
But it doesn’t ONLY feature recipes. This cookbook [...]