BlogHer Food '14 keynote speaker, blogger, and author David Lebovitz has just released his newest book, My Paris Kitchen, a cookbook filled with stories about Paris and over a hundred recipes, for everything from first courses to dessert. Starting with apéritif hour, there are salted olive crisps, green olive, basil and almond tapenade. It moves on to soups, salads, and main courses like mustard chicken, counterfeit duck confit (which produces crispy-skin duck without all the mess of traditional preserved duck - and couldn't be easier to prepare). And ends with sweets such as chocolate and dulce de leche tart, hazelnut praline éclairs, and a Bûche de Noël (yule log cake) to finish off the year.
Nick from Macheesmo published his first cookbook, Love Your Leftovers. "Love Your Leftovers will show you how to create foundation dishes, in decent quantity, when you have the time -- perhaps on a lazy Sunday afternoon -- and then repurpose those leftovers to make other delicious dishes throughout the week. Cooking this way saves time and money and allows busy people to eat well every night."
Dee of deeconstructed launched her first e-magazine, DIY Daily, and is enjoying great feedback from her readers. She plans to publish a new magazine each month with the same number of articles as number of days in the month to coincide with the magazine's name. The articles will vary in topic but will all tie back to DIY home improvement.
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