Making turkey stock today & then some kind of soup.
This weekend people started directly sending me pictures of their friends’ turkey stock. I’m enjoying this new phase in my personal brand.
Yesterday I met with Abbeville Press, a really cool independent publisher of visual books. Today their marketing director submitted amazing-looking soup! Doing it right, folks!
Diana’s pumpkin miso soup topped with gomashio and chives. Yummy!
My labor of love: minestrone, garlic bruschetta, and roasted curry pumpkin seeds.
I’m so jealous! But I do have a smoked chicken carcass soupifying on the stove right now. Happy fall Sunday everyone!
More veggie porn from Kleinmarkthalle.
Sightseeing at Kleinmarkthalle in Frankfurt.
Gazpacho season, full swing.
Never too hot for Stock Tips!
Noah and Paul are pleased to reveal the cover of their first book - The Way We Ate: 100 Chefs Celebrate a Century at the American Table.
Our thanks and appreciation to all of the contributors, Touchstone Books and everyone who helped make it possible.
One of my favorite Tumblrs will soon be a book and I can’t wait! Congrats Noah and Paul!
ATTENTION FELLOW SOUP LOVERS!
WE ARE LOSING CONTROL OF THE “STOCK TIPS” TAG!
ALERT! ALERT! THE ACTUAL STOCK MARKET STUFF IS TAKING OVER.
I THINK ITS CAUSE ITS SO FUCKING HOT OUT.
MAKE GAZPACHO! MAKE CHILLED CUCUMBER MELON WITH PROSCIUTTO ON TOP. TAG EM UP!
In 2010, cookbook author Lukas Volger and his friends, writers Sadie Stein and Emily Gould, formed a potluck dinner club with the aim of cooking their way through Laurie Colwin’s two collections of food essays. They were motivated by rabid fandom of Colwin’s writing and morbid curiosity about how some of the weirder-sounding dishes (eggplant, pot cheese, scallion and fermented black beans, anyone?) might taste. Little did they realize they were embarking together on a journey that would include some of the best meals of their lives, as well as more than a few of what Colwin called Kitchen Disasters — especially after they enlarged their scope to other influential cookbooks and food memoirs, and started inviting — gulp — special guests. If you’re a fan of Laurie Colwin or just love gathering around a table to find out what horrors your friends might be inflicting on you for dinner, this is an evening you won’t want to miss.
I am one of those Colwin Fangirls and I am so excited about this event I planned a business trip around being back in time to see it.