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Tea Time With “Steeped” Cookbook Author Annelies Zijderveld

by Kate H. Knapp
Tea Time With “Steeped: Recipes Infused With Tea” Cookbook Author Annelies Zijderveld

Tea is such a lovely creation. So much comfort and goodness in one cup. It warms you on a cold day, puts a bit of pep in your step when you’re feeling sluggish, and makes you feel better when your under-the-weather. It was about time someone took all of this wonderfulness beyond the mug and

Eating Paleo, Deliciously: Diana Rodger’s New Cookbook, Spring Gratin Recipe, & A Giveaway

by Maggie Battista
Eating Paleo, Deliciously: Diana Rodger’s The Homegrown Paleo Cookbook

I’ve known Diana Rodgers for about 10 years now. She and her husband Andrew — I call him Farmer Andrew! — have operated every community-supported agriculture program I’ve ever belonged to. Through them, I learned to love all greens, especially Swiss chard and kale; I learned all about composting; I learned how social pigs are

Bon Appetit: Mimi Thorisson on her Kitchen in France & her Aunt’s Fava Bean Soup

by Kate H. Knapp
Bon Appetit: Mimi Thorisson on her Kitchen in France & her Aunt’s Fava Bean Soup

Warning: This article may inspire you to move to a farmhouse in France. Mimi Thorisson has that power. I started reading her blog, Manger, years ago and I’m still plotting my escape overseas. Mimi’s life on her stunning farmhouse in France, complete with adorable children and cuter-than-cute dogs, would be enough reason to make us jump ship, but then

Jam Tarts from Mrs Wheelbarrow’s Practical Pantry

by Maggie Battista
Jam Tarts from Mrs Wheelbarrow’s Practical Pantry

I could type a million wonderful things about Cathy Barrow. I could tell you about how sweet she was to me and so many others as an early Food52 community member; we were all just doing our thing, sharing our favorite dishes, and she was the cheerleader of every good recipe. I could tell you

Baking Chez Moi and Vous with Dorie Greenspan

by Kate H. Knapp
Baking Chez Moi and Vous with Dorie Greenspan

It’s really quite impossible not to adore Dorie Greenspan. With several incredible cookbooks under her belt–Baking: From My Home to Yours, Around My French Table, and Baking With Julia (yes, the Julia Child)–a lovely blog, and a very popular baking club, Tuesdays With Dorie, as well as the sweetest smile and an ever-so-friendly disposition, she is

Not Without Salt’s Ashley Rodriguez on Date Nights, Cookbooks, and her Salted Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe

by Kate H. Knapp
Not Without Salt Talks about her New Cookbook & Salted Chocolate Chip Cookies

As the creator of the popular food blog, Not Without Salt, a mother of three young children, and an entrepreneur of a highly-addictive, Salted Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix, the adorable and always-inspiring Ashley Rodriguez is no stranger to a hectic schedule. In fact, it was her busy life that inspired her first cookbook, Date Night In: More than

Mrs. Wheelbarrow Dishes About Her New Cookbook & Rugelach

by Kate H. Knapp
Mrs. Wheelbarrow Dishes About Her New Cookbook & Rugelach

It may come as no surprise that we here at Eat Boutique are wild about the fine art of preserving foods, and simply can’t get enough of innovative ways to save seasonal items for year-round enjoyment. This is why we’re absolutely in awe of Mrs. Wheelbarrow, aka Cathy Wheelbarrow, and her new cookbook, Mrs. Wheelbarrow’s

6 Questions for Karen Solomon (author, Asian Pickles) and Wasabi Pickled Carrots

by Maggie Battista
6 Questions for Karen Solomon (author, Asian Pickles) and Wasabi Pickled Carrots

I met Karen Solomon on the streets of San Francisco in April 2013. I was waiting for a taxi to the airport when she walked right out of her apartment building. I promise I had no idea it was her apartment building but when I asked if she was the cookbook author, well, I’m certain

Food Gift Love Cookbook Update

by Maggie Battista
Food Gift Love Cookbook Update

I’m having a day, a week… oh, it’s really more like, a month. I was in California. Then, I was in France. And then, I was in Germany. I hosted two pop up shops, one at Anthropologie and one at Fringe Union. And next week, I fly west again, for 36 short hours, to host

Spring Pop Up Shop at Fringe this Weekend

by Maggie Battista
Fringe Pop-Up Shop THIS Weekend!

So if you didn’t make it to our table at Anthropologie last weekend (and even if you did), you should definitely pay us a visit at the Eat Boutique Fringe Spring Pop Up Shop, April 5-6 – yes, that’s this weekend. Hooray for amazing collaborations with Fringe Union! In addition to a collection of spring-tastic

Recipe Testers Needed for Maggie’s First Cookbook

by Kate H. Knapp
Recipe Testers Needed for Maggie’s First Cookbook

Hello, everyone! I’m back from Salt Lake City, Utah — oh my goodness, it’s gorgeous there! — and I’m thrilled to get to work on my very first cookbook.  But all those recipes need testing. Can you help by providing some honest feedback? Kate, who also happens to hail from the great state of Utah,

I Should Be Writing a Cookbook

by Maggie Battista
I Should Be Writing a Cookbook

Since signing the deal to write a cookbook, there are about one thousand other things I’m doing instead of actually writing a cookbook. Help me, Rhonda. If you’re my editor, there’s a little “x” in the top of this browser that you should click right about now, okay? Instead of writing a cookbook, I’m doing

Food Gift Love

by Maggie Battista
Food Gift Love

Okay, let’s get a little personal. Sometimes I say the right things and sometimes I say the wrong things. Don’t we all? And then, there are times when the right words tumble out of my mouth at the worst possible time. Worst. It was almost a year ago and it felt like way too much

Bakeless Sweets Gift Box

by Jennifer Menery
Bakeless Sweets Gift Box

We all deserve something sweet, but on those occasions when you just don’t have the time or energy to whip up a batch of homemade cookies, there’s Bakeless Sweets. One-hundred-and-twenty-five scrumptious treats are featured in this new cookbook from Faith Durand, food writer and executive editor at The Kitchen. No-bake brownie anyone? But that’s not

Pretzel Gift Box

by Amy Feiereisel
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There was a magical shop in the mall near my house. A place where warm, yeasty dough sat in big fat balls along a marbled counter, destined for a metal oven that would produce a burnished brown vessel of chewy, salty, slightly sweet goodness. Pretzels are warm, and happy, and holidays. My parents were always

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