Anthony Bourdain, always and forever

A Cook’s Tour is the current selection for Cook the Books. It was a melancholy read for me but I finally decided to make Banh Mi sandwiches and a Moroccan potato salad. I miss him. Anthony, RIP. . . . → Read More: Anthony Bourdain, always and forever

Potato Salad with Kombu

Here’s an interesting twist on potato salad, a staple for upcoming holiday picnics and BBQs. I am using it today to accompany a review of The Bar Harbor Retirement Home for Famous Writers (And Their Muses) by Terri-Lynne DeFino for TLC Book Tour. . . . → Read More: Potato Salad with Kombu

Insalata Russa for Food ‘n Flix

The Italian film, “I Am Love,” was the June feature for Food ‘n Flix. I had a hard time distinguishing what was being torched (no innuendo intended) in the film but I finally landed on making this Russian salad. . . . → Read More: Insalata Russa for Food ‘n Flix

Dilly Potato Salad

Need another side for the Fourth? Here ya’ go. . . . → Read More: Dilly Potato Salad

Potato Salad and You

I just started reading Molly Wizenberg’s A Homemade Life. (I find myself only reading foodie books now—in fact I just got Anthony Bourdain’s new one, Jay Rayner’s The Man Who Ate the World, and my very own copy of Reichl’s Garlic and Sapphires delivered to my door. Thanks, Amazon! )

In one of Wizenberg’s chapters, . . . → Read More: Potato Salad and You