Month: November 2017

Cookbook Review: The Moosewood Restaurant Table

The Moosewood Restaurant Table is the newest cookbook from Americas most beloved natural food restaurant. Now in its fifth decade in Ithaca, New York, Moosewood remains faithful to the farm-to-table philosophy that has governed the restaurant since its founding, and their new cookbook is filled with more than 250 never-before-published recipes, including a healthy number that are vegan and gluten free.

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Cookbook Review: Open Faced

Open-faced sandwiches in all of their chef-driven, cutting edge interpretations are the ne plus ultra of casual-chic comfort food. They are having a moment, and that moment is not going to be over any time soon, if ever.

Open Faced crosses international borders to bring fresh, creative flavours to your toasted breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner.

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Cookbook Review: For the Love of Pie

Why Pie? It’s the essence of hand-made. It’s not like cake, there’s no mix for it. Once you learn the basics, you’re there. Anything locally available to you is potentially pie. What could be better than that?

Cheryl Perry and Felipa Lopez, owners of Brooklyn’s Pie Corps, share their pie-making expertise and delicious recipes in their first cookbook. For the Love of Pie boasts sophisticated and contemporary flavours in pies made using traditional techniques. Perry and Lopez explain the science and art behind baking a perfect pie crust while offering a variety of crust recipes, from all butter to chocolate crumb.

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Cookbook Review: Catalonia

Located in the northeast of Spain, Catalonia borders Frances’s Pyrenees mountains and has a heritage and scenery like no other. In Catalonia, José Pizarro travels from the impressive Gaudi architecture in buzzy Barcelona, to the Roman and Greek ruins in Girona and secluded beaches in Costa Brava to create some of the best-loved dishes.

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Cookbook Review: Sheet Pan Magic


Move over one-pot, this is the easiest way to make fast, tasty meals in the oven. You can make entire family dinners just in a sheet pan—everything from risotto to roasted vegetable salads to Mediterranean chicken, and of course, delectable cakes.

Sue Quinn is the expert at simple, economical family cooking and her recipes cover every meal of the day—all in one tray. With straightforward instructions and no-nonsense tips and tricks for getting the most flavour out of your cooking, not only will you have everyday meal solutions but less mess in the kitchen afterwards!

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