We talk to New York Times writer and prolific cookbook author Melissa Clark about co-authoring. We find out what it’s like to get inside someone else’s voice, why the process is a little like dating, and all about the infamous Tuna Casserole Bread from the first cookbook she ever wrote.Read More »
Articles Tagged “Melissa Clark”
Melissa Clark, food columnist at The New York Times, explains why it's not always so bad to have a six-year-old who's a bit particular about what she eats.Read More »
16 of the best cookbooks of 2012. A whole slew of talented and opinionated judges. 1 prize: the coveted Piglet trophy.Read More »
Today, we're exploring Hanukkah food traditions with Jewish culture and food experts.Read More »
Yesterday's Office Hours with Melissa Clark was a great time -- questions poured in for Melissa from the Hotline and Twitter alike on a wide variety of topics. We've collected some of the best Q&As -- click through to see what you missed!Read More »
Calling all Hotliners!
We're proud to announce a new feature on the Hotline next week: Office Hours, in which our favorite cookbook authors, chefs and producers will be on the line to help with your questions about cooking in real time.
You might try asking Melissa for the best variations on her famous crunchy kugel, or get advice on which herbs to add to her genius duck confit. She'll do her best to answer your burning cooking questions!
Here are the details:
• Melissa Clark will be answering questions on Thursday, March 29 from 3-4pm EST from the Hotline, Twitter, and our FOOD52 Hotline iPhone app (download it free here).
• On the Hotline & Hotline app, be sure to include #askmelissaclark in the Title of your question.
• On Twitter, be sure to include #askmelissaclark and @food52hotline in your question so we can find your tweet!
See you on the Hotline!Read More »