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New bloggers on Culinate

(article, Kim Carlson)

We welcome two new bloggers to the [/mix/dinnerguest "Dinner Guest Blog" newpage=true] this week — and congratulate them on their new books at the same time.

[mix/dinnerguest?author=4797 "Ivy Manning" newpage=true] may be familiar to longtime Culinate visitors; she's written about mushrooms, leafy greens, and healthy food that happens to be delicious; she's also interviewed Diana Abu-Jaber, and Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid. 

[%image reference-image float=left width=250 caption="Rhubarb."] Sasquatch Books has just published Ivy's first cookbook, The Farm to Table Cookbook, and she is hard at work on another. Ivy's blog post this week is about her checkered past with rhubarb, and includes a delectable photograph from her husband and collaborator, Gregor Torrence.

[mix/dinnerguest?author=8860 "Ronnie Fein" newpage=true] is the author of Hip Kosher, as well as other books on cooking basics and American cooking. She joins the blog just in time to offer a whole host of delicious-sounding Passover menu suggestions — including flourless chocolate cake.

Not up to baking for Passover? Maybe chocolate-covered matzo is just what you need.


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