Ridiculously Good Looking Moka Pots

Ridiculously Good Looking Moka Pots

We love our Bialetti moka pot when we need strong java, but its polished chrome sensibilities won’t necessarily work with all kitchen designs. (It’s a sharp contrast to a wood-and-glass Chemex, for sure). Now, along comes the Collar collection from…

Southern Spirits: History Meets Porch Drinking

Southern Spirits: History Meets Porch Drinking

In Southern Spirits, Four Hundred Years Of Drinking In the American South, With Recipes, author Robert F. Moss acknowledges the stereotypes that most of us have of “Southern drinking culture” – mint juleps, plantation punch, bourbon, moonshine and lazy afternoons…

Basque-ing in the Kitchen of Txikito

Basque-ing in the Kitchen of Txikito

Basque cuisine and culture appeal to the most passionate of epicures, though that doesn’t make them in any way inaccessible to the rest of us, either. In The Basque Book: A Love Letter in Recipes from the Kitchen of Txikito,…

It's The Wurst, And We Mean That As A Compliment

It’s The Wurst, And We Mean That As A Compliment

The editors of Lucky Peach do some of the best food journalism out there, so it’s awesome that they’ve started cranking out cookbooks. We are still enjoying their 101 Easy Asian Recipes and were thus excited to also receive The…

Really Roman - Tasting Rome

Really Roman – Tasting Rome

Katie Parla and Kristina Gill have dished up a fresh look at authentic flavors of Rome. In Tasting Rome: Fresh Flavors and Forgotten Recipes from an Ancient City¬†(originally titled Really Roman), they’ve put together a collection of recipes and awesome…

Cravings With Chrissy

Cravings With Chrissy

Chrissy Tiegen’s funny and feisty, and seemingly manages to have fun and look good doing it no matter what. That brings us to Cravings, a cookbook authored by Chrissy Tiegen – which channels that same joie de vivre. Whether or…

WSJ Takes On In-Home Pizza Oven ROI

WSJ Takes On In-Home Pizza Oven ROI

Kitchens keep getting fancier, and we can’t balk, theoretically, with that. The latest fancy apparatus to make its way into the kitchen is GE’s Monogram pizza oven, with a price weighing in at just a hair under ten grand. It’s…

Indian Mod: Anjali Pathak Spins Indian Cuisine

Indian Mod: Anjali Pathak Spins Indian Cuisine

With The Indian Family Kitchen, Anjali Pathak has put together a collection of what could be described as South Asian spins on modern cuisine. You’ll find traditional recipes like a layered chicken biryani and tikka masala but also more unexpected…

0101: Watson Tries Its Hand At Beer

0101: Watson Tries Its Hand At Beer

You never know what IBM’s Watson is going to end up getting into. When Watson tried its hand at burritos, it actually didn’t go that well, but it’s since been given a shot at beverages – specifically, the beer market….

Lucky Peach: Meehan Gets "Easy"

Lucky Peach: Meehan Gets “Easy”

We’ve been following Peter Meehan’s Lucky Peach around here since Issue 1, the Ramen Issue. I was working with Saveur’s digital brand at the time, and ran out for a copy pretty much immediately after seeing the press release (they…