Best of 2012: Our Favorite Recipes

Andrea Meyers - Banana Maple Grits

I always enjoy looking back on our favorite recipes from the past year, the ones that we would make over and over again. Though there are often many—and this year was no different—I try to keep the list down to twelve. So here they are, our family’s favorite recipes from 2012. We hope you enjoy…

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Black Forest Cake (Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte) and Where Women Cook: Celebrate! Book Release

Andrea Meyers - Black Forest Cake

Last year I was invited to participate in a book project with Where Women Cook, a new magazine about women, the food we make, and where we cook. The book would have a celebration theme, and each of us chose our own thing that we celebrate, large or small or anywhere in between, and share…

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New Site Design and Features

After six months of preparation, we rolled out a new site design this weekend. With this new look and feel we hope that you’ll find the site easier to use and easier on the eyes. There may be a few glitches here and there, and of course we’ll track those down over the next few…

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Where Women Cook Magazine

The second issue of Where Women Cook is now on newsstands across the country, and it features such amazing women as Molly Wizenberg, Sarabeth Levine, Chef Carolyn Robb, Tricia Martin, Ronelle Van Wyk, Cheryl Day, Maryam Montague, Orianne Cosentino, and Renee Shettler. To say that I’m honored and humbled to be included in the same…

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Where Women Cook Photo Shoot

Meet Jo Packham: artist, entrepreneur, publisher. She’s the driving force behind Where Women Create and the new sister magazine Where Women Cook, which hits the stands on December 1. Michael and I were completely delighted and honored to have Jo in our home last Friday for a photo shoot for the new book Where Women…

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Exciting News!

I’ve been dying to share this news but had to wait until I got the official ok, which came yesterday. I managed to refrain from adding a dozen exclamation points to the title, but it was hard. Really hard. Because I’m very excited!