Reviewed in The Lake County Journal.
Featured in Foodday (The Oregonian)’s annual roundup of barbecue and grilling books: “…what you’re getting here is years of expertise, minus the frills. It’s an interesting mix of equal parts down-home ‘merican, ethnic and cheffy fare (Grilled Duck Breasts With Armagnac and Lavender Honey, anyone?).” Read full review here.
Interview with Lucy about Flavored Butters posted on Mommypage.
Book and recipe for Red Chile Butter featured on Food Republic: “Lucy Vaserfirer’s Flavored Butters is a collection of ways to trick out your butter so that it serves every possible culinary need. Because why use anything else when butter’s around?”
Featured, with a recipe, on Cooks&Books&Recipes.
Robin Robertson feature in Northern Virginia Daily.
Review and “Dirty Quinoa” recipe shared on Lifescript.com’s Health Bistro blog: “In “Fresh From the Vegan Slow Cooker,” Robertson offers up healthy, tasty, plant-based, creative, yet easy-to-make recipes for busy people. Because most of the recipes are gluten-free and soy-free – or can be adapted to be – they are also appropriate for anyone who needs to focus on anti-inflammatory eating.” Click here for full review.
T. Susan Chang included Ginger Bliss and the Violet Fizz in her Cookbooks for Mother’s Day roundup for Eat Your Books.
TopCookbooks.com reviewed Ginger Bliss, and awarded it a rating of 9.9 out of 10.
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The Harvard Common Press announces opening of San Francisco office effective April 2013
On Monday, April 1, The Harvard Common Press announced that they had completed the process of opening a San Francisco office, which will be headed up by Associate Publisher, Adam Salomone. The office will be located in the heart of San Francisco in a downtown business complex. “With this announcement, we are excited to be more closely connected to the San Francisco food and technology community,” said Bruce Shaw, owner and publisher of The Harvard Common Press. “While we continue to be deeply invested in our publishing program, our focus is also on engaging with food startups and acting as a strategic content and investment partner. Our entry into the San Francisco marketplace allows us to broaden our footprint within this marketplace at a time when activity within this area is growing substantially.”
Reviewed in the Marin Independent Journal: “Next year, all my soccer-mom friends will be getting this book.” Read full review here.
Review and Potatoes Stuffed with Caramelized Onions and Dubliner Cheese recipe from the book featured on LiveMom.com.