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Check out the insane savory Kugelhopf Hubert Keller baked for his talk last night. Almonds, bacon, onion.
When high school nerds grow up,,,they become a cookbook shop owner, editor of Saveur, & owner of Camino Restaurant
Iron Chef Jose Garces and his business partner Michael deciding just how many cookbooks to take home with them.
Softie Magnus Nilsson considering a question at Omnivore last night - so cute!
Who's afraid of the big bad wolf? Looks intimidating, but Magnus Nilsson swears he's not a screamer in the kitchen
This is how we do it here: Kevin Gillespie & Mourad Lahlou prepping food in our bathroom.
In which my sophisticated nephew Samuel decides on a Halloween costume.
The irrepressible Susan Feniger at Omnivore last week!
Ooh, I love some Southern comfort. This just in, c.1855 ( cc @hseanbrock )
Once in a blue moon, eBay comes through. Just won these cookbooks from Madrid, 1876 - now, can I part with them?
Just found this old photo of my original bookstore build-out from 4 years ago. Ah, progress.
A fascinating page from "Part-time Farming in the Southeast" published by WPA in 1937 ($150).
I made some new friends at Cask today - I even brought them home with me.
I agree, the winner was the S'mores Pie. Would this smile lie?
The United States of Pie.
The first pies have arrived! Pie Contest minus 33 minutes....
One last thing about this corset made entirely of bread? It took the S.F. Baking Inst. 60 hours to create.
Here's the back. The "corset" is made of colored rye dough & curry powder.
Have I ever described anything as so cool it was "sick"? Not until now. Pain Couture Corset at Thorough Bread.
Blue Ribbon's Northern Fried Chicken. Yes, I made it tonight, and yes, it was as good as it looks.
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