Here’s to good coffee

My coffee is roasted on a small Bucks County country road not half an hour from my house. I think that’s pretty cool. “We’d go out on a Sunday afternoon and couldn’t find a decent...

A feast for the eyes and the tummy

Just got the latest installment of Canal House Cooking, the seasonal cookbook series by Melissa Hamilton and Christopher Hirsheimer. Yum. A feast indeed for both the eyes and the stomach. Beautiful, luscious photography and...

Canal House Cooking: A local voice

Cookbooks have changed in many ways over the years. There were tomes like Joy of Cooking, and even more recently, How To Cook Everything, that you could turn to for any recipe or cooking technique. My...

Canal House Cooking

By guest blogger Susan Sprague Yeske, As partners in a business that transforms chefs’ cookbook dreams into reality, it’s good to share a common vision. It’s also good to like the same kinds of food. Shared...

Finding the right crunch

By guest blogger Susan Sprague Yeske, Jack Baker was a man with a mission. A retiree who likes to cook, he wanted to create the perfect pickle: one that was fresh and flavorful with just the...
Zucchini flowers Pixabay_photo credit Barbara Bonanno

Why Sharon Decided to ‘Go Organic’

Last month we talked with Sharon Schwartz about her evolution into a fine home chef. This month, we offer part two. Sharon talks about why she decided to "go organic," and her favorite sources for...

Beyond Foodie

I remember a piece Elaine Tait, the former food critic for the Philadelphia Inquirer, wrote 15 or more years ago. She predicted that in the year 2000, people who cook for themselves would become...

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