The joy of women cooking

where women cookWe often think of the art of food, and the art of cooking, but we don’t necessarily think about the artfulness of the cooks themselves, and their own environments.

Now a new quarterly magazine from the minds behind art magazine Where Women Create celebrates the joy of cooking in a whole new way.


The quarterly Where Women Cook feels like a cross between a food blog and a big inspirational
scrapbook, definitely more Country Living than
Metropolitan Home. Prepare for recipes for blackberry scones and strawberry pandowdy (plus a
smoothie with avocado and kale, that actually sort
of terrifies me). But it’s not all about recipes; you’ll find photo essays and short first-person essays from all kinds of interesting, inspiring women in the food world, plus tips, info about decor and kitchen gadgets, and more.



Personally, the Suzy Eaton recipe for five-cheese tomato basil soup is
the calling my name, along with one for Saltine Caramel Bars. (Yum.) And
I love the article on the Women of Chelsea Market
in New York, where I grab lunch several times a week. I also loved
seeing  food blogger, best-selling cookbook author, and friend of CMP,
Ree Drummond of The Pioneer Woman on the inaugural cover and her story about starting her blog is quite a sweet read.
 

A subscription would make a nice, unexpected gift for a friend who loves
her mason jars. -Liz



Purchase Where Women Cook from the Stampington website, or find it near you at book stores, craft outlets, and newsstands that carry pretty things

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1 Comment

  • They say you eat with your eyes first and I think we cook that way too. I feel so much more inspired in the kitchen when it’s pretty and inviting. I’m not really a baker but I could spend hours window shopping in stores like Sur La Table. Any cooking mag that acknowledges this would get my attention.

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