jennifer newens

jennifer newens

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Voltaggio Spotlight Hero
In October of 2011, we released VOLT ink., the debut cookbook from Bryan and Michael Voltaggio. These chef-brothers are known for their top restaurants in Frederick, Maryland, and Los Angeles, California, respectively, and for their head-to-head competition on season 6 of Bravo TV’s Top Chef. As part of their book MORE...
chard and cheese frittata cooking from the farmers market
While many think of frittatas as breakfast fare, we on the WO Food and Drink team think of them as anytime fare. Satisfying, protein-packed, and incredibly versatile (you can throw just about anything in a frittata: cheese, vegetables, leftover meat or seafood), we often turn to them as the perfect dinner solution MORE...
Beginnings Lamb with Anchovy and Mint
James Beard Foundation Award–nominated chef Chris Cosentino’s debut cookbook hit the streets yesterday and we, along with legions of his fans, couldn’t be more excited. Beginnings features sixty recipes for Italian-style first courses that any home cook can make. If you like, you can also serve many of these MORE...
Forest Feast
jennifer newens | 3.28.12
I met photographer Erin Gleeson late last year. She had recently relocated from New York to the Bay Area and was assisting friend Michael Harlan Turkell during the photo shoot for Chris Cosentino’s cookbook, Beginnings. She was warm, creative, and helpful on set, and I just had a really good feeling about her. We MORE...
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jennifer newens | 12.2.13
One of my favorite things about being a cookbook editor is working with superbly talented people on a regular basis. Collaborating with chefs is perhaps the most rewarding of my multifaceted job description, and I so enjoy helping them bring their stories to life on the page. My most recent project is Collards MORE...
Minty_Pink_Julep
Cinco de Mayo . . . Derby Day . . . Margaritas . . . Mint Juleps . . . . There are so many options for celebrating on this fine spring weekend. Why not make things easy? This creative cocktail is adapted from Juicy Drinks by Valerie Aikman-Smith, and it combines the citrus base of the Margarita, the mint and MORE...
sakerinha good food to share
jennifer newens | 3.30.12
One of the most appealing things about TheKitchn.com founder Sara Kate Gillingham Ryan is her ability to look at classic food and drink topics with a fresh eye. For this cocktail, which is a riff on the classic Caipirinha, she uses sake instead of the usual cachaça for a smoother, more refreshing way to start off MORE...
cooking with spice
Filled with easy-to-prepare recipes, this book presents dishes from six major cuisines of the world whose home-cooking traditions embrace the use of spices. The chapters are organized by country of origin:China & Southeast Asia features exotic satays and stir-fries plus home-style favorites seasoned with Asian MORE...
Sara Kate Gillingham Ryan and Good Food to Share
Sara Kate Gillingham Ryan is the founder of TheKitchn.com, an award-winning cooking web site. After years of admiring Sara Kate's innovative and informative site, we approached her about writing a book, called Good Food to Share, which captures her stylish but unfussy way of entertaining with friends and MORE...
Karen Ansel Healthy in a Hurry
jennifer newens | 6.12.12
Karen Ansel, MS, RD, is a journalist, consultant, and author specializing in nutrition, health, and wellness. Whether it’s through her magazine articles, diet advice, or recipes, Karen’s passion is showing her readers and clients that eating right and delicious need not be mutually exclusive. The co-author of MORE...
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