Dorie Greenspan

  By Bobbie Leigh Even if you are addicted to celebrity cooking shows or online advice from Mark Bittman or Melissa Clark, these cookbooks will add to your repertoire and come in handy when you are “shopping” in your fridge to see what’s around. Each one promises to teach you

Reviewed by Bobbie Leigh Home cooks have a bonanza  to choose from this holiday season.  Some  gravitate towards the anthropological  while others  are  strong on  the how and  what to cook.  All are entertaining reading, not guaranteed, but likely to crank up your skills and repertoire to PhD level. Here’s

  By Bobbie Leigh The greats have done it again. This is the year of the rock-star chefs. Dorie Greenspan’s Baking Chez Moi: Recipes from My Paris Home to Your Home Anywhere (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt )is every bit as great as her best seller, Around My French Table. Whether you

Dorie Greenspan is the author of Around My French Table (Houghton, Mifflin, Harcourt ), a collection of inspiring, delicious and very personal recipes based on her years of living, cooking, and writing about food in Paris. Shortly after publication this fall, it was chosen as the best cookbook of 2010

Courtesy of David Turecamo, “Our Man in Paris,” for CBS Sunday Morning.