by Gary Meyer
Earlier this year we were lucky enough to see a truly inspiring movie about female empowerment against the odds with gorgeous plates of studded pilafs, mouth-watering freekeh dishes and stuffed grape leaves in Thomas Morgan’s SOUFRA.
In the midst of a successful film festival tour where it keeps winning awards, a beautiful cookbook has been published with many recipes you will want to try. And we are bringing a couple to you on EatDrinkFilms.
by Gary Meyer
A visionary new master class in cooking that distills decades of professional experience into just four simple elements, from the woman Alice Waters declared “America’s next great cooking teacher.”
Recipes by Ken Forkish
A follow-up to the James Beard and IACP award-winning book Flour Water Salt Yeast, featuring an unprecedented look into the mechanics of pizza-dough making, plus scores of recipes for pizzas in every style: Neapolitan, Roman, American pan pizza, New York-style, creative flat breads, gluten-free pizza, and more. Continue reading
The Accidental Alchemist mystery series, written by Gigi Pandian, is about an ancient book of alchemy, a Parisian gargoyle who was accidentally brought to life and became a gourmet chef, and a female alchemist who never set out to discover the Elixir of Life. Continue reading
by Marilyn Freund
If there’s anyone on your holiday gift list who is a “Game of Thrones” geek, have I got a score for you!
Game of Scones: All Men Must Dine (by Jammy Lannister) is a small, hardback cookbook in which all the recipes are named for characters or events in George R.R. Martin’s epic work, A Song of Ice and Fire, better known by its HBO title, Game of Thrones. (via Indiebound or Amazon.) And so we have Tyrion’s Shortbread, Red (Velvet) Wedding Cake, and my favorite, Daenerys’ Dragon Eggs and Unsullied Soldiers (without nuts). Fans will get these jokes; the rest not so much. Continue reading