Good reads, good pics, good sites, etc…

101 Cookbooks
And I Helped
The Art of Cooking Real Food
Bite Me New England
Bon Appetempt
British Food in America
The Cheney Kitchen
Chocolate and Zucchini
Coconut and Lime
Cookies in Heaven
Cooking Books
Cozy Apron
Country Gourmet Traveler
The Culinary Cellar
Culture Cheese Magazine
Curious Cook – Harold McGee
David Lebovitz
Dinner Plate
Garlic Escapes
The Hungry Mouse
The James Beard Foundation
Kitchen Vignettes
Love and Lemons
Mark Bittman
A Merrier World
Keep It Sweet
The Parsley Thief
Pinch of Yum
Pioneer Woman Cooks
Smitten Kitchen
Sprinkle Bakes
Viet World Kitchen



  • Your grandmother’s recipes have been staples in our family for years and years. Her name is attached to them. We don’t just make Christmas stollen, we make Paula Peck’s stollen, and a number of others. I have had your grandmother’s stollen on Easter and Christmas for something like 45 years. Glad to see you online! Thanks for carrying on and sharing.

  • Elyn – thanks for sharing such a wonderful tradition! It’s so great to know that my grandmothers recipes are still enjoyed and appreciated year after year.

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