I was thrilled to work with Meals on Wheels of America on their celebrity cookbook, Made With Love: The Meals on Wheels Family Cookbook. I did double duty as recipe tester — yes, I got to make and taste every fantastic recipe — and food stylist, which means I got to work with a brilliant photographer to make each recipe look its mouthwatering best. (This book also marks the first time my midsection and thumb have appeared on the cover of a book, or any publication for that matter.) Meals on Wheels collected recipes from celebrities from all walks of life — political figures, actors and actresses and corporate icons. Trust me, there’s something for everyone in this book from Adam West’s pot roast to Rep. Rosa DeLauro’s Pasta DeLauro, my personal favorite. Pick up your copy today!
Share this…FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinPerhaps the least appetizing of culinary terms, sweating means cooking food, usually chopped vegetables, in a little oil without browning it. Most foods contain some natural oil or moisture, which is where a lot […]
Share this…FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinGrazing is my all time favorite way to eat any meal. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, whatever. I’m all about platters overflowing with delicious nibbles, an abundance of tastes, flavors and textures. If you’re in my […]
Share this…FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinGrits and polenta are both dried corn. When cooked, both are also referred to as cornmeal mush. They’re each cooked until they’re thick and creamy and are like a blank canvas for toppings and […]