Re: Sneak Peek: Baking with Fine Cooking
Having previewed the mini- mag I have to say what is your point. I would not pay an additional $10 for this product. I already pay $30 for a digital subscription. As Skhilled1 ask, why so expensive when no paper, ink or postage is involved? If readers want more baking why don't you put more in the magazine. I have the feeling that this is just another way to generate income. Also, I searched for Mile High Parmesan Chive Biscuits and found that the recipe is not available to digital subscribers. So you will be setting up another website for the mini-mag? While I truly enjoy the videos and technical in depth instruction given for some recipes, I do not see the point of the mini-mag.
posted: 1:02 pm on November 14th
Re: Win an Anna Thomas Cookbook Prize Pack
Wonderful kitchen. How nice to win the cookbooks to try more vegetarian recipes.
posted: 5:56 pm on September 12th
Re: Movable Feast with Fine Cooking Gets Ready for Launch with a Colavita Gift Basket Giveaway
Great idea, looking forward to the show!
posted: 4:26 pm on August 28th
Re: Behind the Kitchen Door: The Cooking Teacher's Kitchen
I really enjoy touring the home kitchens of professional chefs - great idea FC!
posted: 8:02 am on July 11th
Re: Win Joanne Weir's Must-Have Cooking Tools
What a beautiful and well thought out space. The collection of platters and serving pieces from around the world are very special. What fun to have a brick oven in the kitchen.
posted: 5:59 pm on July 8th
Re: Win Melissa Clark's Must-Have Kitchenware
I like the storage solutions in this kitchen and the oval table is a great idea.
posted: 9:46 am on March 31st
Re: Win Grace Young's Must-Have Cooking Tools
Cork cutting boards sound fantastic and a Kitchen God? Everybody needs one or two.
posted: 11:51 am on January 8th
Re: Win Abby Dodge's Must-Have Baking Tools
What a wonderful place to create all those recipes we love so much.
posted: 1:06 pm on November 4th
Re: Behind the Kitchen Door: Abby Dodge's Baker's Kitchen
Wow, what a happy place. It's is nice to see where all those wonderful recipes got their start. I especially liked the island with it's huge countertop and abundant storage.
posted: 10:11 am on November 4th
Re: The Seasonal Baker
Pumpkin Cookies! These cookies are a family favorite and a great start to Fall. They are filled with butterscotch morsels which gives them a unexpected twist. Very good.
posted: 10:04 am on October 8th
Re: Behind the Kitchen Door: Tom Douglas's Entertainer's Kitchen
Very nice to have a guided tour. I especially liked the moveable island. What a joy to have all the herbs and spices visible and within reach, great idea.
posted: 8:07 am on August 31st
Re: Charred & Scruffed
When I grill shrimp I use a grill basket. I find this much easier and faster than using skewers.
posted: 11:55 am on August 6th
Re: Win Maria Helm Sinskey's Must-Have Wine Tools
Great kitchen. Nice to see how professionals design their personal spaces.
posted: 9:47 am on July 26th
Re: dry white wine
dmehler, I have found that an equal substitution works well. I believe that vermouth is less acidic and smoother than white wine; this is especially true in quick sauces.
posted: 11:09 pm on April 18th
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