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Author: admin, 22.01.2015. Category: Organic Food

I’ve been excited about this cookbook release for awhile now and when asked to review it was overjoyed to say the least. Leave a comment at the end of this post telling me what your favorite dish to cook for the holiday is. I recently made Secret Ingredient Beef Stew from The Food52 Cookbook: 140 Winning Recipes From Exceptional Home Cooks and it’s one that all of you have to try! I make several special recipes for the holidays, but one of my favorites (and everyone else’s) is a cinnamon strudel coffee cake made with a yeast dough.
I feel it just isn’t Christmas for me unless I have Tourtiere, a traditional French Canadian meat pie.
My Memere (grandmother) made the best Tourtiere and I try very hard to dulpicate her recipe.
Now that I am a Memere (two grandbabies this year!!) I am looking forward to carrying on the tradition and perhaps making them with the grandchildren as they get older. Meredith Steele is a professional recipe developer, food writer, food photographer, lover of sock monkey slippers and good whisky, and author of Steele House Kitchen, a food blog celebrating creative and fresh foods. Last weekend I was delighted to host a book launch party for Amanda Hesser, Merrill Stubbs and 20 Bay area members of the recipe site Food52. Aside from publishing recipes, Food52 has evolved into an active and thriving online and offline community, sharing recipes, news, tips and advice while creating long lasting friendships bound together by a love for food and cooking. The only downside to hosting a party like this is I was so busy I didn’t have a moment to take any pictures.

This entry was posted in Bay Area, cookbook, Food Blog Events, Parties and tagged Amanda Hesser, cookbook, food52, Merrill Stubbs, party, potluck, TasteFood, TasteFoodblog. Still can’t believe I missed it, but your post has done a great job of capturing the magnificence of the food. Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive free notifications of new posts by email. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License. If you aren’t aware of Food52 yet, it is an on-line food community created by Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs, successful cookbook authors and noted women in the food world. For 52 weeks, recipe contests were run on the website and the winning 140 recipes create this book. Sinfully savory and delicious this stew is rich and memorable and going into permanent rotation this winter! This savory, rich stew may be named after one secret ingredient, but it’s because of a complex mix of components that it succeeds so well. From feeding a family or entertaining a crowd, you’ll find step-by-step recipes and a peek into the life of freelance recipe developer, Meredith Steele — complete with a daily dose of nonsense and drink pairings, of course. Her recipe development and photography company, MBS Recipe Development, specializes in multimedia recipe development for commercial and small business.
So, when Amanda and Merrill arrived in San Francisco on their book tour, it was natural that we would gather the Bay area F52 community and enjoy a lunch together.
Andrew Baber kindly shared this photo of Amanda and Merrill chatting with Shelly Peppel (Food52 News) and Beverly Best.

The Food52 Cookbook: 140 Winning Recipes From Exceptional Home Cooks is definitely one of my favorites that I will be sucked into for a long time. Tomatoes and tomato paste give it a sunny sweetness, diced veggies lend texture, and red wine and vinegar brighten everything up. Brown the meat in batches in a 5-6 quart Dutch oven over high heat, adding more oil as needed. Add the wine, vinegar, and tomatoes with juice (breaking them up against the side of the pot as you go) and bring to a boil. My son and I just made a gingerbread house today and I love baking cookies and treats to share with my friends and family. Amanda, Merrill and the F52 editors whittle the entries down to 2 selections which are then voted on by the entire community. I think inspiring is a better word to describe the collection because every time I have opened its beautifully photographed pages I want to jump in the kitchen. Living up to the name, The Food52 Cookbook is organized by seasons, an idea that is not found often in today’s cookbooks.

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