From Too Many Chefs -

November 13, 2004
Picks of the Week
Too Many Chefs post of the week

As usual, we have chosen a few morsels from the rich soup of food writing that has been posted in the last week. As usual, there are so many great pieces out there that it was difficult to whittle the list down to a simple three. However, it's a lot of fun reading through it all! So, in no particular order:

I. A la cuisine reviews the new cookbook by Thomas Keller, Bouchon. It's not very often that a cookbook review makes me want to go out and get my own copy, but this one does a great job of convincing me I've been missing out. Not only is the enthusiasm infectious, the author has tried out four recipes and deemed them all great. It's going on my wish list this Christmas!

A. The Tenacious flog has a delicious sounding breakfast quesadilla: clear instructions and photos make it easy to see exactly how this twist on the quesadilla is constructed. I might even give it a try tomorrow morning...who knows, maybe even my egg-hating spouse will be tempted if I call it a Mexican breakfast.

1. Tiny fork has three great entries for the Sugar High Friday event, based around the week's theme of apples. Below this trio of delicious sweets is a recipe for Chipotle Seitan bundled in Sweet Potato, a fascinating idea and a gorgeous photo. My only regret is that there isn't a little more information on the production side of the recipes - it seems like this site is so full of good ideas they don't have time for the details!

Well, that's it for this week. There are so many great sites out there that it's completely possible we may miss an amazing one in the next week. If you have a candidate to propose, send us a message and we'll give it our consideration!

Posted by Meg in Sussex at November 13, 2004 12:29 PM | TrackBack

Oh yeah baby. That's the breakfast burrito gone CRUNCHY. That's going to be a weekend special for me.

Thanks for the spot.

Posted by Charlotte on November 14, 2004 at 7:35 PM