Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

There's much more to the culinary fabric of a place than just restaurants. Every year, cooks and chefs publish cookbooks that tell stories about the foods, the ingredients, the people and the recipes that matter to them. This year, we've seen cookbooks that share everything from chef-driven recipes to family-favourite comfort foods, and all of the bits and bites in between. One thing they all have in common is their desire to showcase the Canadian ingredients and techniques that make up our…

from Amee's Savory Dish

Applewood Bacon Wrapped Venison Loin with Raspberry Preserves

This is seriously one of the best meals of my life!! The credit goes to the chef that published this venison recipe. It came from my husband’s recent edition of Outdoor Life magazine. Chef Walter Bundy from the Jefferson Hotel in Richmond Virginia submitted this culinary masterpiece. It’s really amazing! My husband is a hunter and harvested the venison that...Read More »

A cookbook literary agent's advice on how to write recipes that stand out from the millions of recipes available online, so that you get even more readers and attract attention from top agents and media!

from Food & Wine

Bayless's Queso Fundido al Tequila

Bayless's Queso Fundido al Tequila. Chef Rick Bayless is renowned for cookbooks featuring elaborate Mexican recipes. With Mexican Everyday, he's finally published a cookbook for fast weeknight cooking. This simple, 20-minute dip of melted cheese flavored with tomatoes, chiles, onion and a hit of tequila is just the thing to satisfy a sudden craving for something warm, salty and gooey.

from issuu

Gordon Ramsay's Fast Food

Gordon Ramsay's Fast Food Everyone needs quick, healthy, and delicious recipes for feeding a family--and no one's better at providing them than Gordon Ramsay, the three-star chef famous for his no-nonsense cooking. Here he serves up a feast of doable ideas: more than 100 recipes and 15 great menus for putting food on the table each and every day. Many of the dishes take only 15 minutes to prepare and cook; none takes longer than half an hour--and you can put together an entire meal in only…

from Food & Wine

Best-Ever Nut Brittle

Best-Ever Nut Brittle ~ Tina Ujlaki adapted this crunchy, buttery, slightly salty brittle from a recipe by pastry chef Karen DeMasco of New York City's Craft.