The mother of all links to all aspects of the King Arthur Flour company’s products, history, and recipes. Worth a visit if you can’t make it to the KAF visitor’s center in Norwich, VT. Check out The Baker’s Catalogue
Come to the 2013 Roger Smith Cookbook conference held in NYC ,February 7-9, at the Roger Smith Hotel in mid-town Manhattan.
“This conference is planned as an eclectic gathering of those who publish, write, edit, agent, research, or simply buy and use cookbooks. Our object is to share as inclusive a range as possible of our very different learning experiences. On each day, concurrent sessions will take place on a broad and stimulating range of topics, from manuscript cookery books and class and politics in cookbooks, to cookbooks in the digital age and the culinary app”
You’ll meet food writers, cookbook publishers, bloggers, curious cooks,and culinary historians. Attend a wide variety of panels and workshops on food andcookbook related topics.
Celebrate the food culture of the South at this wonderful site. Excellent food history and and cultural culinary events.
The Southern Food and Beverage Museum is a nonprofit living history organization dedicated to the discovery, understanding and celebration of the food, drink and the related culture of the South located in New Orleans, LA.
The Coop’s founding in 1934 in Hanover, NH makes it one of the very first such community owned food stores. Learn about how the Coop works with local farmers and produce to promote community, teach, and fulfill its mission to provide the Upper Valley’s best selection of high-quality goods and services at fair prices
Food related articles by Martha Esersky Lorden:
Seasonal Eating: Soups and Stews
Good Books For Cooks
Book Review: A Harvest of Pumpkins and Squash: Seasonal Recipes by Lou Siebert Pappas,
The Wonder of Winter Vegetables