Now I’m the first one up, but once, my mother-in-law beat us all to the day.
Kathy Gunst is a 2015 James Beard Award winning journalist. She is the “resident chef” for WBUR’s Here & Now, and the author of 14 cookbooks.
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A dish inspired by a woman I never knew and the interpreted memories of a granddaughter far from home.
After a two-week eating extravaganza in France, I arrived home three pounds lighter. The secret? Just eat like the French do.
After we’re long gone, our food and, with it, the spirit of our homes will live on through our recipes.
What’s your approach in the kitchen? Photo-worthy perfection or stomach-satisfying nourishment? Flawlessness or fulfillment? Precision or joy?
My diagnosis forced me to slow down and simplify my life. The surprising consolation of an otherwise unpleasant life event. But as my health improves, will I remember to take the time?
One woman’s quest to change the way children — and the rest of us — think about food.
Master chef Thomas Keller says he cares about cooking great food, not about worrying whether it’s local. But Kathy Gunst says in today’s world, that’s the wrong recipe.