January 19, 2011

Clips + Press

A FEW OF MY ARTICLES

Doesn’t Take Much to Do it Yourself in the Kitchen (NPR Kitchen Window, 3/21/12)

Baking without Flour Brings Sweet Results (NPR Kitchen Window, 2/15/12)

Oh, the Things You Can do with a Farm-Share Box (NPR Kitchen Window, 6/8/11)

Getting to the Heart of the Artichoke (NPR Kitchen Window, 4/6/11)

Homemade Candy Answers the Holiday Gift Question (NPR Kitchen Window, 12/17, 2010)

Thanksgiving with a Lighter Touch (NPR Kitchen Window, 11/23/2010)

DIY Wedding Cake: Secret Ingredient is Love (NPR Kitchen Window, 8/25/2010)

A Mighty Appetite: Saving the Best for Last (Washington Post, 3/11/09)

Camp Cooking Goes Gourmet (NPR Kitchen Window, 7/16/08)

The Making of a Feta Fan (NPR Kitchen Window, 6/4/08)

Common Walls: Spring lures a city girl out for country weekends (San Francisco Chronicle, 3/28/08)

Common Walls: Kitchen? Who needs a kitchen (San Francisco Chronicle, 2/2/08)

Tasty treat sweetens Greek celebration (SF Chronicle, 1/2/08)

Common Walls: A small apartment Thanksgiving with all the fixings (SF Chronicle 11/21/07)

Quinoa: A Sacred, Super Crop (NPR Kitchen Window, 10/31/07)

more …

OF NOTE

+ Interview with the National Herald, February 2011

+ Blog and 2008 NPR Kitchen Window piece featured in the Washington Post’s “All We Can Eat” blog, for a vegetarian Thanksgiving post, 11/23/2009

+ “Cucinanicolina is this week’s discovery and I know that I will continue to look forward to each week’s Wordless Wednesday post that’s filled with breathtaking food photos.” — Readymade Magazine’s Food Blog of the Week, 11/19/09

+”Vegetarian cooking with a slice of real life.” — Foodista’s Food Blog of the Day, 8/27/09

+ One of Saveur Magazine’s Sites We Love

+ The cookthink questionnaire, 2/3/09

+ Quinoa is NPR’s fourth-most emailed story of 2007, npr.org, 2/13/08

+ … with companion article, npr.org, 2/13/08

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