Favorites List (05.15.15)

Favorites List (05.15.15)

A favorites list for the weekend. Happy spring everyone. -h

- Reading: Congo, and then God's Hotel

- Kelly Colchin drew my kitchen & asked me a bunch of questions.

- Behind Bars (and Squares)

- Post-Pastoral

- To eat: Shiitake Bok Choy Dumplings (Happy Yolks)

- To drink: from Daniel de la Falaise

- Cooking from: this, this, this, this, and this

- Freekeh!

- In case you missed this post about Writing a Cookbook Proposal

- My Obsession: The Laurel Family (Deborah Madison + Lucky Peach)

- Caring for your Vintage Cookbooks (Megan Gordon)

- Wood Kitchen Tools

- Made a variation of this for Wayne's birthday: Deep Dish Poppy Seed Pie

- Top search on 101 Cookbooks: quinoa recipes

- To Visit: the Springs

- Brunello Cucinelli (Om Malik)

- A Global War on Frizz

Lead photo: hand-rolling pici pasta.

Welcome!

I send an email roughly once a week, sharing new recipes and cooking inspiration. - xo heidi

Comments

Heidi, you will love "God's Hotel." It's how medicine should be practiced.

Judith Henry

Heidi, I see Daniel de la Falaise's charming Champagne cocktail made you swoon, too. It's been haunting my thoughts since I first laid eyes on it. Many kind thanks for sharing the love.

Renee Schettler Rossi

God's Hotel is amazing!

Dana Lamm

I'm in love with the Shitake Bok Choy Dumplings, and her writing style as well! What a wonderful list as always, so many beautiful things to keep me busy this weekend. Thanks!

Johnna Quick Owens

Wow! I'm sooooo glad that you liked my recipe of poppyseed pie!! Can't be more excited! :))) Have a wonderful day and thank you!!

Aleksandra

Love this favourites list Heidi - I made the dumplings from Happy Yolks last night and they were fabulous, loved them! And how good is freekah? We use it a lot and just love it.

KateP

I can't believe someone else is reading Congo at the same time I am!

HS: The opening is amazing!

Gretchen H

Another great list Heidi! I'm fortunate to be able to buy Hayden Flour Mills' fantastic products at my local farmers market but I hadn't heard about the freekah yet. Ordered! Thank you!

Phoenician

Enjoyed the link to Madison's discussion on the laurel family. I should send you a photo of our bay laurel - huge and much used in cooking. We live south of Houston, and they do great here (although under-utilized in the landscape). You can also find sassafras in the area; we used to dig up the root and make tea.

Amy S

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