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

Holiday Market Cookbook Shop and Cookbook Authors

by Rachel Wilson
Holiday Market Cookbook Shop and Cookbook Authors

As if small-batch artisan makers, Boston’s favorite food truck, full size pours of booze, and workshops weren’t enough, there’s yet another lovely component to this year’s Holiday Market. I think it’s safe to say that folks who eat boutique also appreciate a good cookbook – in fact, we usually swoon over them! What could be

Why We Love Joanne Chang

by Kate H. Knapp
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Let’s face it: Joanne Chang is a super-woman, a super-baker and a super-generous person. I thought I adored her but Kate’s crush is perhaps even a little deeper than even mine! You can see just how fabulous Joanne is in person at the Eat Boutique Holiday Market, where she will sign cookbooks from 12-1pm. -Maggie From bakers to candy

Guest Post by Ali Larter: Apple Crostata

by Ali Larter
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On the very same day that an email from Ali Larter appeared in my inbox, I was researching her first cookbook Kitchen Revelry: A Year of Festive Menus from My Home to Yours. It was, no doubt, a sign. The cookbook is lovely, with intimate, gorgeous photography from famed food photographer Amy Neunsinger. I want

Peach Buttermilk Ice Cream

by Heidi Murphy
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A few weeks ago we got a peek into the food styling of The Animal Farm Buttermilk Cookbook, and a tantalizing glimpse at some of the luscious buttermilk produced on the farm. The next step, naturally, was to try one of the recipes. I’d say Heidi’s ice cream is a smashing success, so join me

Cooking Flour, Too

by Kathy Day
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If you eat out a lot, like I do, you have standbys: dishes that most restaurants offer and by which you judge their overall success. For me, I consider the cheese, or margherita pizza, in any pizza place and the scallion pancakes and hot and sour soup from a Chinese restaurant. I know what I

Strawberry and Leek Quesadillas

by Matthew Petrelis
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Before you gasp at the thought of strawberries and leeks nestled between a tortilla, let Matthew explain. Really, it makes complete sense. And when you add some melty cheese, well, then it just becomes pure fact. Quesadillas have just improved dramatically! -Maggie I sometimes forget how a few simple ingredients can come together to make

The Animal Farm Buttermilk Cookbook

by Molly Shuster
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I’m a bit of a zealot when it comes to utilizing every last drop of any and all ingredients, so The Animal Farm Buttermilk Cookbook is right up my alley. Molly’s trip to style the photos for this practical yet magical guide to buttermilk made me smile and yearn for my own sojourn to green

Fluffy White Cake

by Denise Woodward & Laudalino Ferreira
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I’m used to unusual and beautiful eats, but Denise’s almost otherworldly confection, inspired by Miche Bacher’s new cookbook Cooking with Flowers, swept even me away. I can imagine bringing this out at the tail end of a cozy dinner party in the garden…that’s not me tearing up from the beauty of it all, I promise.

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