On today’s episode I have a chat with Tracey Ceurvels about her new cookbook, “The NYC Kitchen Cookbook.” Tracey runs the popular blog “The New York City Kitchen.” The book is jam-packed with awesome recipes to bring the spirit of New York City right into your own home. But don’t let the title fool you completely because the range of world flavors and cuisines represented in the cookbook make it much more than just a recipe index of the Big Apple.
Not only are the recipes great, but the love of the city and local food shops comes through loud and clear in Tracey’s writing. I found myself cruising Expedia.com looking for cheap airfare from the West Coast to NYC; I’m ready to shop and cook!
In this episode Tracey and I talk about:
- Her philosophy on food and cooking, and how to become a “culinary explorer” right from your own kitchen
- How to involve your kids in cooking and open them up to new flavors and ingredients
- Where to look for unique ingredients in NYC and in your own home town
- Why shakshouka might be a perfect food 🙂
- And more, of course!
Here are the links from this episode!
The New York City Kitchen & Tracey Ceurvels
Give Tracey’s easy and wonderful shakshouka recipe a try. This is just one taste of what you will find in the cookbook!
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