Entries by Linda Avery

Review: The Food of Morocco

Editor’s note: It’s no secret Pen & Fork’s book reviewer Linda Avery loves Moroccan food, so she was thrilled to get her hands on Paula Wolfert’s new 528 page cookbook, The Food of Morocco. Take a look and see what she thought, then try the delicious chicken dish with fragrant spices and tomato “magic.”   […]

Girl in the Kitchen

Editor’s note: Linda Avery returns with a look at Stephanie Izard’s new cookbook, The Girl in the Kitchen. If you are in Scottsdale on October 16, take a look at the Share Our Strength fundraiser with Stephanie at The Accidental Yard. It’s a chance to get up close and personal with Stephanie, support a great […]

Food from Many Greek Kitchens

Editor’s note: Linda Avery returns with a review of Tessa Kiros’s new Greek cookbook. See what she thought of the book and the get the recipe for papoutsakia, a dish meaning “small shoes” — eggplants stuffed with a savory beef filling. Food from Many Greek Kitchens by Tessa Kiros photos by Manos Chatzikonstantis Facts: Andrews […]

Italian, My Way

Editor’s note: Linda Avery waxes on Jonathan Waxman’s new Italian, My Way cookbook, and includes his purist version of the classic Spaghetti alla Carbonara. Read on to see what she thought of the book. Italian, My Way by Jonathan Waxman photos by Christopher Hirsheimer Facts: Simon & Schuster, 304 pages, $32.00 (or Amazon at $18.84) […]

Heart of the Artichoke – Review

Editor’s note: Linda Avery returns with a look at David Tanis’ second cookbook, including a simple recipe perfect for spring: asparagus-scrambled eggs. Take a look for yourself. The Heart of the Artichoke and Other Kitchen Journeys by David Tanis Photos by Christopher Hirsheimer Facts: Artisan, 344 pages, $35.00  (or $19.02 at Amazon) Photos: 115 Recipes: […]