“One of the great joys of my life is writing cookbooks. Danny and I are deep in development on our next cookbook, American Classics Reinvented…We think, all day long, about the way these recipes taste to us and how we can meticulously measure and write more clearly so these recipes will taste good in your kitchens. We both hope to be doing this for decades.
Another of my great joys in life is letting you know about other great cookbooks, especially the ones written by friends. We speak this weird language — grams, headnotes, pub dates, Amazon rankings — that only other people who write cookbooks understand. But more than that, when we meet people like Dorie Greenspan or David Lebovitz or Julie Van Rosendaal, we feel like we’ve met family somehow. These are folks who love to spend most of their time in the kitchen, feeding friends or fussing over how the sauce is reducing. These are our people.
One of our favorite cookbook authors is Pati Jinich. Do you know her? Oh, you should! Pati is all life, a huge smile, an enormous heart, and one great cook. We had the chance to meet through this crazy internet cooking world a few years ago and I’ve loved following her food and cooking adventures since…”
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