References and Resources

As we list references and resources throughout this blog, we will try to keep them updated here with enough information so you can track the items down. If you have any favorites, or resources you’d like to share, drop us a line.

Books:

  • Kessler, David. The End of Overeating: Taking Control of the Insatiable American Appetite.Rodale Books; 2009
  • Rozin, Elisabeth. Ethnic Cuisine: The flavor-principle cook-book. Published by S. Greene Press;1983.
  • Ruhlman, Michael. Ratio: The Simple Codes Behind the Craft of Everyday Cooking. Scribner;2009.
  • Dornenburg, Andrew and Page, Karen. What to Drink with What You Eat.Bulfinch;2006.

Magazines:

  • Cook’s Illustrated. An invaluable reference.

6 responses

13 06 2010
Jeff Howe

I wish you would come by to my place and try the best Chicago dog in Atlanta. It’s on me. I know you will love. Matter of fact, try 2. Bring a friend. Or don’t, you can eat two. They aren’t big, just the best.
Just call me before you come. If I am not there, I will call store, and tell em you’re coming.
Jeff
Mike’s Hot Dogs
404 667 2625

13 06 2010
whatscookingwithdoc

@Jeff: I absolutely will! Thanks-I am in Tampa now but often get back to the Atl. I’ll bring my pal Foodie Buddha!
@ Chef E-Thanks. Ready for a guest appearance!!

8 07 2010
tara sheaffer

Good evening! I went through your entire website with my Mom tonight while cooking dinner – she is very impressed, and I am going to try 2 dishes this weekend – fyi, I will see her in a few weeks and we decided on the Saffron, Porcini mushroom and sweet pea risotto that we can cook together – I will keep you posted on the results:)

Warm Regards,

Tara

8 07 2010
whatscookingwithdoc

@Tara:Thanks Tara! GLad you and your Mum enjoyed the bits! Please keep me posted on how your endeavors turn out.
@Joumana:That’s because you’re an awesome cook!
@Rebecca:Too kind!

23 09 2010
Kent Folgate

Read your article “Waist not, want not” in today’s (9/23) Tampa Tribune. One correction. Quetelet’s BMI index is computed by dividing one’s mass in kilograms by the square of their height in meters (not inches as the article states). Don’t I wish it were in inches.

23 09 2010
whatscookingwithdoc

Absolutely, correct. There is an English system theat uses pounds/inches and the metric uses kilograms/meters,
Thanks Kent

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