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Ripe for Action: Colorful Cookbook Encourages Cooking

Ripe for Action: Colorful Cookbook Encourages Cooking

| April 24, 2012 | 1 Comment

Sarah Henry finds many new produce-centric hits among the recipes in the cookbook Ripe: A Fresh, Colorful Approach to Fruits and Vegetables by local Cheryl Sternman Rule.

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So You Want to be a Successful Food Blogger? Here’s How.

So You Want to be a Successful Food Blogger? Here’s How.

| May 20, 2011 | 38 Comments

Food blogs are a dime a dozen in cyberspace. Find out how to stand out from the pack.

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Google’s New Recipe Search: A Food Blogger’s Dilemma

Google’s New Recipe Search: A Food Blogger’s Dilemma

| March 17, 2011 | 7 Comments

Google is out to tame the Wild West of the food world, and I’m not really sure how I feel about this. A couple of weeks ago, Google introduced Recipe View, a search function Bing had added last year. Initially, I loved the idea that people would be able to search for recipes exclusively and that Google had taken the time to create a recipe search tool specifically for cooks, but then I saw the search results and my hopes deflated.

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Bay Area Foraging with Hank Shaw

Bay Area Foraging with Hank Shaw

| February 22, 2011 | 1 Comment

I’m excited to interview Hank about his new book and learning to forage in the Bay Area, an area that is teeming with wild edibles. He was also generous enough to provide a recipe for Fennel and Tomato Pasta Sauce.

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Recipe Writing with Dianne Jacob, Amy Sherman & Kristine Kidd

Recipe Writing with Dianne Jacob, Amy Sherman & Kristine Kidd

| September 1, 2010 | 4 Comments

Megan Gordon gives a short recap on Dianne Jacob, Amy Sherman and Kristine Kidd’s Recipe Writing Panel at International Food Blogger Conference this past weekend in Seattle.

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Food Photography Workshop with Penny De Los Santos

Food Photography Workshop with Penny De Los Santos

| March 19, 2010 | 6 Comments

Last week I had the opportunity to take Penny de los Santos’ food photography workshop here in San Francisco. Penny started as a documentary photographer, but has recently moved into shooting more food. However, her photos aren’t glistenny, perfectly placed studio shots (although she’s done a few of those, too). Instead, Penny is a magician at lassoing a moment and a sense of place. She takes her background as a documentary photographer and uses it to capture the culture and the stories that take place around the table and in places that people gather.

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