Graphic novels and foodies don’t necessarily go hand in hand, but we think that this creation by Anthony Bourdain is worth a look at.
It’s time to get serious about buying that gift for that certain foodie someone, Hanukkah is upon us and Christmas is only weeks away. Today’s gift is guaranteed to please– this year we suggest you share the gift of cheese.
Yesterday we suggested vintage cookbooks for that foodie person in your life and today we are changing gears and are suggesting a brand new new cookbook: “The Art of Cooking with Vegetables” by Alain Passard.
Cookbooks, it feels like a new one comes out every day. There are so many out there now we seem to have forgotten about some real gems from the past.
There are numerous options out there when it comes to cutting boards but this one is different just enough to warrant a spot on this year’s Foodie Holiday Gift Guide.
We are kicking off our inaugural “Foodie Holiday Gift Guide” with an easy stocking stuffer: Crown Royal Maple.
“The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook” is one of those basic cookbooks we all have on our shelves.
Description from the manufacturer: Pinnacle Pumpkin Pie Vodka is a limited edition delight that offers the rich, sweet taste of pumpkin blended with the smooth, spicy flavor of cinnamon and nutmeg, topped with a delectable dollop of whipped cream. 70 proof (35% alcohol). Suggested retail price: $12.99.
Description from the brewer: The taste starts out with assertive malty notes and is quickly balanced with the right amount of harvest spices including cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and allspice. There’s a small amount of bitterness to keep the malt sweetness from building up. 5.7% ABV.