Best-selling cookbook author Diane Morgan sits down for a chat with David Leite after her successful cross-country book tour for her latest and greatest cooking tome, "Roots." They discuss, recipes and uses--from tip to top--for just about eve
Kathleen Flinn, author of the intriguing "The Kitchen Counter Cooking School," discusses her journey from student and graduate of the exalted Le Cordon Bleu in Paris to a teacher in the kitchen of Seattle home cooks.
David Guas, author of "DamGoodSweet"—a love letter to the Big Easy—talks about New Orleans' rich traditions, its unique culinary language, and the role the women in Guas's life played in shaping his love of food.
John Torode, chef/owner of Smiths of Smithfield in London's meat-packing district, discusses his favorite subject: beef. During the chat, he dissects the mysteries of meat. To wit: the different types of animals; wet versus dry aging; prime, ch
Grant Achatz, chef/owner of the acclaimed restaurant Alinea, in Chicago, talks about his new cookbook, the creative process--both on the page and in the kitchen--and how the home cook can get the most from the book.
Steven Shaw, founder of the powerhouse Web site eGullet.org, chats about his fascinating book, "Asian Dining Rules," which covers the cultural, social, gastronomic, and interpersonal aspects of supping in Japanese, Chinese, Southeast Asian, Ko
Southern food writer and author Virginia Willis takes us along on the journey she embarked upon years ago, from the rural South to France and back again. Willis discusses how she blended classic French, traditional southern, and contemporary Am
Radio host and author Lynne Rossetto Kasper and her long-time producer, Sally Swift, chat about their new book, "The Splendid Table's How to Eat Supper." They also reveal what went into its creation, the contributions of a host of stellar food
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