Tag Archives: David Lebovitz

Butterscotch Pudding, Once Removed

Last weekend, I attended what was affectionately called The Cousin Summit. It was hosted by Ann Marie, the family member who is not only closest to me in age but, conveniently, the closest to me in geographic terms, too. She … Continue reading

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On My Shelf: Ready for Dessert

According to David Lebovitz, “Each year, hundreds of cookbooks are released, which means that inevitably, many must go to make room for the new.” One look through his latest book Ready for Dessert (his original title idea was David’s Greatest … Continue reading

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On My Shelf: The Sweet Life in Paris

There are myriad guidebooks to Paris: Pudlow, Michelin, and Lonely Planet, to name a few and all of them worth the money. They tell you where eat, where to stay, and what to see. And then, of course, there are … Continue reading

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Eat Me, David, and Ezra: Interweb Crushes

I spend entirely too much time on the Internet. Sometimes I’m working, sometimes I go into a Facebook Scramble trance, and other times, I am taking a look at what other food bloggers are doing. There are, for better or … Continue reading

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