Cooking The Books: Once Upon A Chef

Cooking the Books: Once Upon a Chef

This is a guest post from another Chuck, my Dad. This is his second post in the challenge. Here is the first. If you want to join the Cooking the Books challenge, see the details at the bottom of this post. The older I get it seems that my food preferences have changed. I have to admit, when I was younger my preference was burgers & pizza, meat & potatoes. I grew up with a full-blooded Hungarian mother. Every evening it was a meat, potato, salad, and bread. According to…

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Cooking The Books: How To Cook Everything Vegetarian, Sister Pie, And The Hoosier Mama Book Of Pie

Cooking the Books: How to Cook Everything Vegetarian, Sister Pie, and The Hoosier Mama Book of Pie

This is a guest post from KatieRose McEneely, a fellow culinary experimenting friend from college. She is a fantastic artist who created the paper cuts of a cow, sheep, and pig that currently hang above our couch. Thanks for joining in the challenge, KatieRose!  If you want to join the Cooking the Books challenge, see the details at the bottom of this post. 1. How to Cook Everything Vegetarian, Mark Bittman  Recipe: Caramelized Squash with vinegar Butternut squash, cubed sugar balsamic vinegar onion, minced garlic (omitted) salt and pepper rosemary, fresh…

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Cooking The Books: Baking With Steel

Cooking the Books: Baking with Steel

Below is the first guest post in the Cooking the Books Challenge series. It is from my Dad, also named Chuck Grimmett. It is from a cookbook I got for him last year, Baking with Steel. If you want to join the challenge and post, see the details at the bottom of this post. Due to the cold rainy weather last weekend, I decided to dig my Pizza Steel out and bake some bread! This marks the first time I tried making bread from the Baking with Steel cookbook. The…

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