The Best No 1 To Cook Meat - February 2023
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Melissa Hartwig is a Licensed Sports Nutritionist who specializes in helping individuals change their relationship with food and make life-long, healthy habits. She's the co-creator of the Whole30 app, '' the New York Times bestselling co-author of The Whole30 and It Starts With Food, and also the author of Food Freeedom Forever and The Whole30 Cookbook.
Melissa has been featured by Dr. Oz, The Today Show, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Details, Shape, Outdoor, and SELF. Melissa has presented over 150 health and nutrition seminars worldwide and provides support to more than 2 million people per month through the Whole30 (whole30.com) web site.
She resides in Salt Lake City, UT.
"Karen Page, along with her husband Andrew Dornenburg, has written some of the most significant books on food and cooking."
--Evan Kleiman, sponsor of "Good Food" on KCRW, Southern California's flagship NPR affiliate
"The definitive food writing duo...Perhaps the most influential and most important of all food writers working today."
--Jennifer English, James Beard Award-winning wireless host, KLAV Radio
"I feel THE FLAVOR BIBLE should be in every kitchen today...An ideal book...Beautifully written...I always take my hat off."
--Chef Michel Roux, of those first Michelin three-star restaurant at Britain
Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg are currently cooperating as writer and photographer on KITCHEN CREATIVITY (Little, Brown), that picks up in its own study of culinary creativity in which the duo's groundbreaking books CULINARY ARTISTRY (1996) and THE FLAVOR BIBLE (2008) left off.
Page composed and Dornenburg photographed THE VEGETARIAN FLAVOR BIBLE (Little, Brown; 2014), which the Los Angeles Times termed one of the best five best-reviewed cookbooks of this year, based on a study of 300+ media ran by EatYourBooks.com. Other press mentioning it among the year's best cookbooks comprised Bloomberg, the Chicago Tribune, Detroit Free Press, Foodista.com, Food & Wine, Ft. Worth Star-Telegram, The Globe & Mail, Houston Chronicle, KCRW's "Good Food," Miami Herald, Philadelphia Daily News, Tablehopper.com, Washington Post, and WBEZ's "Chewing the Fat." It was recognized in the 2015 Gourmand World Cookbook Awards as the year's Best Vegetarian Cookbook in the USA.
Previously, the couple co-authored THE FOOD LOVER'S GUIDE TO WINE (Little, Brown; 2011), that was honored in March 2012 in the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards in Paris as "Best in the World" in its category and in April 2012 as a Nautilus Book Award winner. It was a Final
Susan Russo is cookbook author, a freelance food writer, recipe developer and the voice behind the site, Food Blogga. She's a regular contributor to both NPR.org and has been showcased in several print and online books such as Cooking Light, Edible San Diego, along with WineMag.com.
After a conversation about meals with a group of men at a local speakeasy, she determined it was her destiny to help men cook. This book that's devoted to all those fellas that are hungry around who think they could’t even cook but may.
Though a native Rhode Islander (Food Blogga is currently Rhode Islandese to get Food Blogger), Susan now resides in sunny San Diego with her husband. Due to the years in her Italian grandmother’s and mom’s kitchens, Susan makes a killer meatball sandwich, that is just one of over 100 sandwiches in her upcoming feast The Encyclopedia of Sandwiches: Recipes, History, and Trivia for Everything Between Sliced Bread (Quirk Books, Spring 2011).
If she isn’t eating or cooking, Susan is trekking, searching for “Mad Men” dresses, drinking craft beer, or even buying purple-colored make at any of the 40 farmers’ markets at San Diego.