Peoplehood of the Traveling Swirly Pan (podcast)
A cast aluminum Bundt cake pan with a swirl design, that's named Dorothy, plus a journal named Toto started their journey across North America this month as the center of what will be a multiple-year project called The Peoplehood of the Traveling Swirly Pan.[continue reading...]
A cast aluminum Bundt cake pan with a swirl design, that's named Dorothy, plus a journal named Toto started their journey across North America this month as the center of what will be a multiple-year project called The Peoplehood of the Traveling Swirly Pan.At Home on the Range (podcast + contest)
Long before we had the internet, food blogs and other social media outlets where we could share our cooking exploits and recipes -- we had community cookbooks.Andrew Zimmern: Not so Bizarre (podcast)
"Food is the cornerstone of culture; it's the first way we accept another group. It's a way to share life and experience with people in a way that math and music do not." And that's how my conversation with television personality, chef, food writer, and teacher, Andrew Zimmern, began.BLT Month: Bread Makes it a Sandwich (podcast)
We're nearing the end of April and the end of National BLT Month, where each week we've taken on a different ingredient in this popular sandwich. And this week, it's bread.
Pastry Chef, Jenni Field, created this pound cake recipe to use in the Nordic Ware Heritage Bundt Pan with the swirling design; after she made the cake, she cleaned the pan and packaged it up and sent it on a journey that will take years to complete.Gaga’s Coffeecake
Addie Broyles, food writer for the Austin American-Statesman, grew up eating her Gaga's -- grandmother's -- coffeecake. She submitted this recipe for inclusion in the Austin Food Blogger Alliance Community Cookbook, published 2013 by The History Press. It tastes of sweet memories.Andrew Zimmern’s Low Country Shrimp
The Travel Channel's Bizarre Foods host, Andrew Zimmern shares this not so bizarre dish that's great for the summer ahead. He says, "Served as a main (with fried green tomatoes and crusty baguette) or a hearty side with pulled pork, it’s one of my go-to summer staples."Homemade Flour Tortillas
You don't have to live in Mexico or Border States to get good flour tortillas nowadays. They're available at most grocery stores in the bread aisle precooked, or in the refrigerated section ready for cooking at home. But why buy what you can easily make at home?