Announcements

GMA’s Cookbook Roundup
Posted on December 20th, 2010 by Sara Moulton  |  Filed under Announcements  |  Submit Comment
I just announced this year’s Top Ten Cookbooks on Good Morning America.  Hope you had a chance to tune in. You can check out the announcement on GMA’s web site. A copy of the list follows along with some additional cookbooks that are worth a look. GMA’s 2010 Cookbook Roundup One Big Table… Molly O’Neill Simon and Schuster 600 recipes from home cooks, farmers, fishermen, pit masters and chefs. It took Molly 10 years to make. She traveled around more »


Gourmet’s New Cookie Book
Posted on November 1st, 2010 by Sara Moulton  |  Filed under Announcements « Blog  |  Submit Comment
It’s always time to bake cookies and if you caught me on the NBC Today Show when I  showed lots of delicious options from the new Gourmet Cookie Book you know just where to start. Here is a link to that segment and the Polish Apricot-filled Cookie recipe that I made on air. You can find The Gourmet Cookie Book: The Single Best Recipe from Each Year 1941-2009… in stores and on line this week. I also recently had the more »


Gourmet Magazine is Back in a New Form
Posted on September 24th, 2010 by Sara Moulton  |  Filed under Announcements  |  Submit Comment
Last week I received this email from Kemp Minifie who was the director of the food department at Gourmet for many years before it shut down. And prior to becoming the director she worked in the test kitchen. I felt bad for myself when the magazine shut down because I had racked up 25 years but Kempy had put in 32! Dear Family and Friends, In case you haven’t seen it on the newsstands or read about it online, Gourmet … more »


Sara’s Secrets is now airing on the Cooking Channel
Posted on May 10th, 2010 by Sara Moulton  |  Filed under Announcements  |  10 Comments
My old Food Network Show, “Sara’s Secrets,” is now airing on the new Cooking Channel which launched several months ago. “Sara’s Secrets” is on every morning, Monday through Friday at 7AM. The Cooking Channel (managed by the same folks that own Food Network) will replace the Fine Living Channel. So you will find The Cooking Channel on the same stations that you used to find The Fine Living Channel.… more »