Wednesday, November 28, 2012

New York Times writers Julia Moskin and Kim Severson discuss going head-to-head in a culinary duel that turned into a yearlong cooking battle. CookFight: 2 Cooks, 12 Challenges, 125 Recipes, an Epic Battle for Kitchen Dominance is a chronicle of their skirmishes over the course of 12 months and a look at how two very different people—best friends from wildly divergent backgrounds—approach the kitchen.


Julia Moskin and Kim Severson
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Comments [2]


Couldn't agree more. What snobs!

Nov. 28 2012 01:00 PM
tom LI

Okay, I love to cook enjoy trying new recipes, etc - but for the life of any god, when did we start praying to the How-to cook Gods 24/7...?

Facts are people buy cookbooks, more than they actually use them. Watch cooking shows more than they use the lessons (which is almost dead due to the reality shows).

Enough WNYC and the cooking segments! Especially with those elitist "chefs"! Who cares anymore?

Nov. 28 2012 12:52 PM

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