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Known in Italian as frico, these savory, light-as-a-feather crisps make a quick and easy appetizer
This easy, elegant appetizer showcases the umami flavor of high-quality Parmigiano Reggiano, with the tart sweetness of balsamic and figs
The ultimate brunch dish, strata can be assembled the night before and baked in the morning, and it’s a great way to use leftover veggies and cheeses
Use edible flowers to serve the best-dressed cheeses
This reference guide for 500 cheese provides a wealth of knowledge packed into a deceptively small book.
This compact guide of 500 red wines banishes the intimidation factor with just enough info to inform your choices.
This compact guide of 500 white wines banishes the intimidation factor with just enough info to inform your choices.
Apples I Have Eaten is an endearingly small, red-bound guide to the apples we can’t find in grocery stores.
Through photographs and 30 vignettes, nature photographer David Middleton chronicles the day-to-day life of a working dairy farm in Quite a Sightly Place: A Dairy Farm in Vermont (Commonwealth Editions, 2010; $30). Once a town of 50 dairy farms, Danby, Vermont, is now home to only four, one of which is operated by the Bromley family. Middleton […]
Tartine Bread (Chronicle Books, 2010; $40), by esteemed California baker Chad Robertson, is a very personal baking book. Beginning with the story of his quest for the bread of his dreams, Robertson introduces his readers to his method of breadbaking in meticulous detail. Beautiful photographs by Eric Wolfinger illustrate the steps to the recipes and give […]