West Seattle Farmers Market Update/Found a Great New Friend on Twitter!

Cookbook Update: Carol was going to be at the West Seattle Farmers Market on Sunday, August 10th from 10:30-1. Unfortunately, she has to postpone a week. She’ll now be there Sunday, August 17th (near the front entrance to the market on Alaska Street) from around 10:30-1. Come say hello! This week, we found a great […]

Great Tips Shared at the West Seattle Farmers’ Market

While we were out at the West Seattle Farmers’ Market today (to both promote Every Bite and to enjoy this fantastic Seattle weekend!), we learned some great tips while talking to other cooks. Karin shared a great and creative way to use up leftover salmon. She makes a “mashed potato and salmon quesadilla.” She takes […]

Cookbook Update and Photos

Just wanted to update everyone that the cookbook is still plugging along. We haven’t received a publishing date yet (not that we’re chomping at the bit to get it out or anything!), but as soon as we finish up this 2nd round of edits that we’re working on with them, which include adding in the […]

Grits, Bees, Square Watermelons, and Homer.

Some recent food/foodie articles I’ve come across recently that are fun, interesting, and just downright odd! Food52 has done it again! The link below from them is informative, has great instruction, and lovely pictures. And it’s very “Every Bite”-esque! 1 Pot of Goat Cheese Grits, 5 dinners This is really a great photo taken at […]

Olive Oil, “Culination”, and the Rollie EggMaster

Here is a nice piece from The Splendid Table about what “Extra Virgin” olive oil really means. It’s very interesting and informative, and comes complete with a video, recipe, and recommendations. What “Extra Virgin” Olive Oil really means ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Also, apparently over half of Americans would rather do taxes than making and eating a homemade […]

Cookbook Photo (almost!)

It was a hard choice (it always is when we have to get rid of a picture; they’re all our babies!), but this one of our Roasted Chicken didn’t make the final cut. It sure was tasty though to snack on after we took pictures of it! Mmmm mmmm!!

Great “Every Bite” themed cooking suggestion from Food52 and Cookbook Update

I came across this great piece from Food52 about really using the best part of a Sunday roast. It’s a fantastic idea: particularly in terms of K and I and our cookbook, and eating “Every Bite”! The pictures are really nice as well and there is a delicious spaghetti recipe at the end: Food52: The […]

Video and Link from America’s Test Kitchen

Just wanted to share a video and link that we saw over the weekend from America’s Test Kitchen. The video is about the best way to cook good, crispy bacon, without it being too crispy and charred. Now I (C) love bacon, so I’m going to have to try this very soon. The technique looks […]

The Why, When, and How: Checking the Temperature of Poultry

Why: You want to be sure your poultry is at the proper temperature because you want it completely cooked to minimize bacterial food poisoning. When: You want to check the temperature before you think it’s done (say 10 minutes before the recipe says it will be cooked). You can always cook longer, but you don’t […]