ah yes I forgot about that.
December 15, 2022, 2:58pm
FROM THE OVEN TO THE TABLE Diane Henry
MEXICAN EVERYDAY & MORE MEXICAN EVERYDAY is a complete sentence
December 15, 2022, 5:26pm
I’d be excited about this for Feb (won’t be cooking along in Jan)
December 16, 2022, 9:33pm
I’m going to throw out a last-minute nomination for MILK STREET VEGETABLES.
Also here’s your reminder that nominations close tomorrow. I’m going to extend them until 5pm, because I’ll be working a holiday event during the day, so there’s a little extra time for you to get in a nomination.
December 16, 2022, 9:37pm
I haven’t seen that book yet, but tend to have good experiences with Milk Street. I’ll keep it in mind for next month.
December 16, 2022, 10:01pm
It came out in November 2021, so should be in libraries. I got an email that it was on sale and ordered a copy. Looks pretty appealing.
December 16, 2022, 11:32pm
MEXICAN EVERYDAY & MORE MEXICAN EVERYDAY - I haven’t been cooking a lot, but I think I could enjoy cooking some of the easy recipes from both books.
I just was able to download MILK STREET VEGETABLES as an ebook from my library so that’s my nomination.
December 17, 2022, 12:46am
MILK STREET VEGETABLES
I’ve enjoyed a few of the Milk Street books. Not Cookish though—every recipe I tried was just okay.
December 17, 2022, 11:45am
Funnily enough, I love Cookish.
I browsed through the book, did not excite. Recipes seem heavy on carrots!?!
December 17, 2022, 5:10pm
Heavy on carrots is not a selling point for me, I have to say.
MEXICAN EVERYDAY & MORE MEXICAN EVERYDAY I definitely would like to try some more recipes from them.
If you can get it from the library, look it over … you might like it more than I did.
December 17, 2022, 10:27pm
MEXICAN EVERYDAY & MORE MEXICAN EVERYDAY
MILK STREET VEGETABLES
More Mexican Everyday (sic) is a great book, and revisiting it might encourage me to make new dishes instead of the old favorites.
December 18, 2022, 3:53pm
Nominations are closed and your voting post is here:
A last minute nomination made things interesting this month, catching up with our two front-runners. So we have three selections to choose from for January.
MEXICAN EVERYDAY and MORE MEXICAN EVERYDAY by Rick Bayless
FROM THE OVEN TO THE TABLE by Diana Henry
MILK STREET VEGETABLES by Christopher Kimball
To vote, click the knife-and-fork icon at the lower right of the comment below corresponding to your choice. To change your vote, click the icon again to remove your “like” and then make your …
January 1, 2023, 5:30pm
Our reporting thread for January is here:
Welcome to our reporting thread for our January Cookbooks of the Month: MEXICAN EVERYDAY and MORE MEXICAN EVERYDAY by Rick Bayless.
To report on a recipe, please put the recipe title in ALL CAPS. Include the page number if you are cooking from a hard copy - no need if cooking from an ebook, we understand. Since we have two books this month, you will also need to include in your heading which book the recipe is from. If you are the first to report on a recipe, make your report a reply to thi…
February nominations are up and running.
If you’re anything like me, it still feels as if we’ve barely cracked the new year. Nevertheless, it’s time to consider what book we’d like to cook from next month.
You many nominate as many books as you wish. Please nominate with the intention of joining us in cooking from the book and reporting on the dishes you make, should your nominee be selected. In order to nominate, please put the name of the book in ALL CAPS in the comments below. Only titles in all caps will be counted as nominations. …
Time for February voting.
Welcome to voting for our February COTM. A tabulation of nominations shows we’ll have something of a Korean shootout this month, choosing from the collected work of Maangchi or Korean American by Eric Kim. Given relatively low recent participation, I’m not particularly inclined to combine them and splinter things among even more sources, but I’m willing to entertain arguments.
Book titles in blue are links to Eat Your Books.
Maangchi Month, including
her blog, Maangchi’s Real Korean Cooking, a…