America’s Test Kitchen bowls cookbook: now, build your own bowl!

America’s Test Kitchen bowls cookbook: now, build your own bowl!

There are a lot of articles and blog posts out there about how to build your own bowl. Like this one. Or this one. And they all say similar things. Pick a grain or rice or noodle. Choose a protein. Add vegetables. Top with some 

Happy Pi Day from one of my favorite cookbooks

Happy Pi Day from one of my favorite cookbooks

March 14th, you know, 3.14. Pi? All I can ever remember of the most famous irrational number is 3.1415927 (rounded). What I remember more is the person who sat behind me in multivariable calculus who used to finish his tests early and then write a 

Jubilee Jamboree: a wrap-up of a month of African-American cooking

Jubilee Jamboree: a wrap-up of a month of African-American cooking

During the month of February, I have been reflecting on and celebrating Black History Month by cooking from Jubilee: Recipes from Two Centuries of African American Cooking by Toni Tipton-Martin. As February comes to a close, I want to share a celebration wrap-up. A Jubilee