Pros: Deliciously vulgar and offensive; sarcasm paired with darling vintage illustrations Cons: Deliciously vulgar and offensive Rating: 5 out of 5
…for, “my cat just tried to ‘help’ me do the step aerobics program, but I successfully completed it AND didn’t step on her.” And it should give you some sort of bonus points on your score. ‘Cause let me tell…
The one thing that all ‘experts’ on health and eating (whether they’re doctors, nutritionists, or just proponents of the latest fad) seem to agree on is this: colorful, non-starchy veggies are healthy. They go back and forth on everything else,…
Pros: Delightful range of fit-for-the-holidays recipes Cons: Be ready to pack on the holiday pounds! Rating: 5 out of 5 Review book courtesy of Ten Speed Press. Seeing as Rebecca Rather and Alison Oresman’s The Pastry Queen Christmas promises…
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Thanksgiving has always been a pure excuse to cook for us. When we lived in the Boston area we would invite all the friends of ours who didn’t have family to go back to for the holidays (or who didn’t…
The quality of the recipes is right up there with the Sugar Mill cookbook, but this book focuses primarily on a simpler, narrower type of cooking. It’s easy to whip up these recipes with little advance notice, but they’ll satisfy your tastebuds for days on end!
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Anthony Bourdain has quite the personality. I’m perfectly happy with the idea that I’ll never meet him. I wouldn’t want to work for or with him, and I’d probably hate him if I met him. He’s obnoxious, arrogant, and egotistical. Which are job skills where he comes from.
My note on the rum-baked bananas recipe now reads, “Do not make–dangerous. Will set your husband on fire!”