Eating Her Way Through New England; Research Can Be Such a Delicious Read
Elizabeth Bennett
Chefs and eaters everywhere rejoiced when Sarah Leah Chase published New England Open-House Cookbook in 2015, after a hiatus of nearly two decades.
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Going to the Heart of Cooking, Kitchen Tables of Ancient Kings
Heather Hamacek
James Beard award-winning cookbook author Joan Nathan’s new cookbook, King Solomon’s Table, is filled with recipes as resplendent as those prepared for the fabled royalty.
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Going Green Starts on the Plate with Simple Suppers
Heather Hamacek
Vegetables are the stars of Susie Middleton’s new cookbook Simple Green Suppers, taking Ms. Middleton and the reader back to her food-obsessed roots.
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Family Dinners Are Still an Option for Hectic and Harried Parents
Heather Hamacek
Feeding a Family is as much a game plan for an entire year of dinners as a cookbook. Sarah Waldman’s new cookbook presents full menus, a main dish, a suggested side, and sometimes dessert.
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Someone's in the Kitchen with Shirley
Shirley Mayhew
I received my first cookbook from a college friend in 1947, a few months before I quit school and married Johnny Mayhew.
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Beetlebung Farm Cookbook Wins James Beard Award
Bill Eville

Chris Fischer’s cookbook, published last spring, was honored this week with a James Beard Award for American Cooking.

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Making Fast Dinners Without a Fuss; It's the Holy Grail for Every Family
Remy Tumin
What’s for dinner? That’s the question the four Pollan family women kept finding themselves asking one another. The Pollan Family Table, written by Corky Pollan and her daughters Lori, Tracy and Dana, was the answer.
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All Hail the Mast Brothers, Sweet Siblings of Chocolate
Remy Tumin
When Rick Mast decided to start a chocolate company with his brother Michael, the two set a date to show up at work two months later, promptly at 8 a.m. The idea was to first take the summer off to do whatever they wanted.
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Digging in the Dirt Builds Strong Roots
Chris Fischer
I had been growing food on a small plot in the corner of the farm for a couple of summers when my Aunt Marie told me she was ready to call it quits.
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Family, Food and Farming: Choice Ingredients to Live By
Alex Floyd

Chris Fischer knows Martha’s Vineyard well. The family homestead, Beetlebung Farm, is the primary subject of Mr. Fischer’s new book, The Beetlebung Farm Cookbook.

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