Acclaimed blogger, cookbook author and chef David Lebovitz has a special treat for us today — a peek inside his Paris kitchen (of My Paris Kitchen fame) to discover a few of the items he can’t imagine cooking and baking without. He writes:
Cookbooks can be big, and they can be bulky. They all take up some not-insignificant amount of space. So if you, like some of us here, have kitchens that are smaller than you’d like, how do you go about deciding which cookbooks deserve some of that all-too-precious space?
We were chatting about this at work the other day, which got me thinking. I don’t…
We recently caught up with David Lebovitz, acclaimed cookbook author and food blogger to share a recipe and chat about the state of French food today, stocking a kitchen, and how his life as an expat in Paris has “absolutely, positively, 100%” not gone as planned.
What first drew you to a career in food?
I like to eat!
You got your start at Chez Panisse. What was that like?
David Lebovitz, one of our favorite food bloggers, cookbook writers and general lovers of food, shared a recipe with us from his latest book, My Paris Kitchen. Filled with the most incredible photography, this sweet and witty cookbook-meets-memoir looks at French home cooking from a modern perspective. In it, he writes:
When I started my website back in 1999, I never intended to focus on…