A few days ago I posted a review of Tenaya Darlington’s Di Bruno Brothers House of Cheese, the cheese book to end all cheese books. Since it’s officially December and I’ve been receiving a ton of emails from you folks about what you can do with cheese during the holidays, Tenaya herself was kind enough to offer up a little advice for my favorite cheese lovers out there in Internet Land. Here you go – a handful of stellar cheese tips straight from the Madame Fromage herself: Read more >>
I have an exciting new e-cookbook to share: The National Pork Board has launched the Cooking For Comfort program, featuring their first-ever free e-cookbook! They have teamed-up with James Beard Award-winning Chef Michelle Bernstein, BBQ expert Ray Lampe, and several leading food bloggers to develop this new compendium of pork goodness, which is full of so many tempting comfort food dishes I can barely contain myself. Besides sharing over 20 new cold-weather pork recipes and a ton of beautifully meaty photos, you’ll also find quotes and videos from the contributors as they share what comfort means to them.
Here are a few of the awesome recipes you’ll find in the Cooking for Comfort e-cookbook:
- Lasagna with Spicy Pork Italian Sausage
- Slow Cooker Ham with Apple Sauce
- Bacon-Wrapped Pork Loin with Peach & Blue Cheese Stuffing
- BBQ Pork Macaroni n’ Cheese
- Puerto Rican Shredded Pork
- Smoky Pork, Bacon & White Bean Chili
- Lazy Pork Enchiladas with Red Sauce
This e-cookbook is totally free, and you can download it here. If you hurry, you’ll get also receive a coupon for $1 off your next pork purchase.
To whet your appetite even more, check out these gorgeous photos:
Are you hungry yet? I highly recommend this digital compendium of the most comforting pork recipes and rich, colorful photos.