Blog Spotlight: Big Girls Small Kitchen

Editor Katie Salisbury jumps on the blog to quickly tell us about one of her favorite cooking blogs—run by two young ladies who will also be newly-minted cookbook authors later in May! Welcome, Katie. Tired of opening the fridge and wondering what to do with all those leftovers ? Don’t know how to dice an … Continue reading

Monday’s Good Bites!

Good morning! There are a lot of fun Good Bites this week, so let’s get started! Our Salad as a Meal challenge has a lot of bloggers buzzing and it’s getting some print media attention too! Check out this article in the Union Leader about one of the participants! The authors of cookbook In the … Continue reading

Why 500 People Just Fell in Love with Two New York City Girls

Two and half years ago, Cara Eisenpress and Phoebe Lapine were just two twentysomething food bloggers with day jobs. A year after they started Big Girls, Small Kitchen, they walked in my door with a cookbook proposal and a batch of mouthwatering chocolate chip cookies; needless to say, I was sold. Fast forward to 2011, … Continue reading

“The Lost Art of Cooking?” Not if we have anything to say about it!

Earlier this week Margaret Wente wrote a piece for The Globe and Mail that floated the idea that cooking will become nothing more than a “quaint artisanal niche” activity, with the vast majority of people either dining out or outsourcing their meals (assembling prepared foods, nuking frozen dinners, etc.) Why? The same reasons we’ve heard … Continue reading