Tripson’s lecture will spotlight her novel "The Cooking Class in Kuala Lumpur," a story about food, friendship and coping with the joy and challenges of being 50-something in today’s economy.
Thirty people waiting in the rain in front of the small yellow house, not seeming to mind at all, is pretty much how it always is at Pok Pok.
Sharing the cooking makes it so easy and inexpensive for everyone to dine as though in San Sebastian.
It is so much fun to meet new people and introduce them to Malaysian cuisine. I love the look on their face when they first taste, the surprise and then pleasure, which reminds me every time how the experience inspired my novel.
David Chang's Lucky Peach magazine is my favorite culinary read and when he featured the Pok Pok chicken recipe I had to immediately get a rotisserie attachment.
The power of David Lebovitz is to inspire the non-baker into a candy maker.
How to serve 24 home-made, unusual desserts easily without turning on the oven.
Is the block party an American cultural phenomenon? I don't know. I like my neighbors but I seldom see them. Why is that?