Cookbooks for Mom: Savory Sweet Life by Alice Currah

I first met Alice Currah at a cocktail party hosted by Ree Drummond, The Pioneer Woman. This party was held at Salon de Ning,  the rooftop bar on the 23rd floor of the Peninsula Hotel, here in New York City. It was a breezy, magical summer night. Morrow Cookbooks had just signed up Alice to … 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