We are pleased to announce the Joy of Cooking app for iPad — the latest Culinate app, now available on Apple's App Store. But as is the case with all of the Culinate apps, this one isn’t just our baby; it is the result of a multi-year collaboration with the Joy of Cooking Trust and Scribner, the book’s publisher.Self-published in 1931 by the inimitable […]
For seven years beginning in January 2007, Culinate was updated frequently; however, at this time we are no longer adding content to the website. We hope now that you will explore our rich and varied archives. Within those archives you’ll find thousands of recipes — from our kitchens, but also from our contributors and from cookbooks we’ve enjoyed. You’ll al […]
Sure, some people are so over kale already. (Bacon, too.) But kale (like bacon) is incredibly versatile. Which makes me believe that the hardy green is well on its way to becoming a staple in our diets.I agree that kale chips are fun, and kale-stuffed lasagne makes for a nice change. And I’ll always throw a handful into soups. But kale salad is my core dish. […]
There is a holism to this which is especially hard to capture. I don't want to say economy of line, because that's not it. Nor is it abstraction. It's finding the gestalt of an image, like the holographic minimum, and transferring it to paper. I like!
That's a tremendous illustration. The area where the Essex was attacked, the South Pacific west of Chile, where Robinson Crusoe was based, is a sea desert, like a watery Atacama. It gives me the willies, but I also want to go there!