The Internet Kitchen: Making the Movie


The Internet Kitchen: Making the Movie

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I have a stressful weekend ahead of me. I’m filming a short trailer video for my cookbook coming out in TWO (2!) months. Don’t worry, you’ll be hearing a lot about it in the next few weeks but I don’t feel the need to start really yapping about it months before it comes out.

Anyway, I’m working with a director and a food stylist to make a short video to really show off the premise of the book and we are filming it all on Monday which means I’m spending most of the weekend prepping for the shoot. I’m making lots of dishes in various stages, trying out different props, and generally just driving myself crazy.

No poll this week because I’m knee deep in cooking delicious leftovers!

The Links

The Importance of Family Meal – Some version of family meal (feeding those you are working with or care about) is why I started really learning how to cook. I also still remember the family meals from when I worked in restaurants. You can judge a lot about a restaurant by the quality of staff meals they produce. (@ Ruhlman)

Sort of Nicoise Spinach Salad – I love the add-ins in this basic spinach salad. Salads can get a bit boring in the winter, but this one looks colorful and delicious. (@ Healthy Delicious)

Honey Fried Chicken – I’m thinking about making some great fried chicken for the Super Bowl next weekend and this is ranking high on my list of recipes I want to try. (@ Eat the Love)

Chemex Coffee – To be honest, I’ve seen these little things popping up all of the place and never been that intrigued by them. I make a decent pot of coffee in my french press and have a system down that works for me. That said, if you are curious about this new system, this is the easiest write-up I’ve read on how to do it. (@ Turntable Kitchen)

This Week’s Meal Plan

sidebarad01232014This week’s meal plan features one of my favorite citrus flavors: lemon. It’s a great trick to take an average dish and make it outstanding.

You can sign up now for Macheesmo Meals and get a free week to try out this plan and the others (there are now around 25 total) and see if you like them!

Cool photo by Flavio.

3 Responses to “The Internet Kitchen: Making the Movie” Leave a comment

  1. Good luck with the shoot! I can’t wait to see the video and book…I have your first cookbook and love it!

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