Sara’s Picks

Kitchen Revelations: my favorite pans
Posted on May 20th, 2012 by Sara Moulton  |  Filed under Blog « Sara's Picks  |  Submit Comment
When I went on book tour in 2010 with my most recent book, “Sara Moulton’s Everday Family Dinners,” my sponsor was this elegant little cookware company called Chantal. They were relaunching a line called Chantal Copper Fusion, ” and wanted me to use it for my demos on the road. I knew I would not be embarrassed by these pans because they had a copper core and were not nonstick. I am not a fan of nonstick. The trouble with… more »


Wonderful Read for You or the Hip-Hop Lover in Your Life…written by my husband!
Posted on December 17th, 2011 by Sara Moulton  |  Filed under Blog « Sara's Picks  |  Submit Comment
It’s a beautiful art book, published by Rizzoli, entitled Def Jam Recordings:  The First 25 Years of the Last Great Record Label….  It was co-written by Bill Adler, my husband, the record label’s first publicist, and Dan Charnas. If I were forced to explain what makes my husband, Bill Adler, and I such a good match – we celebrated our 30th wedding anniversary in September – I might just say that I’m a chef who loves music and he’s more »


My new cookbook “Sara Moulton’s Everyday Family Dinners”
Posted on April 5th, 2010 by Sara Moulton  |  Filed under Blog « Sara's Picks  |  5 Comments
My new cookbook is arriving in bookstores today and I have to say I think it is my best one yet. My first cookbook, Sara Moulton Cooks at Home, was really my autobiography with 200 recipes (my greater family on both sides just loves that book since most of them are mentioned and have photos in there). My second book, Sara’s Secrets for Weeknight Meals…, was my first effort at taking advantage of all the tips and tricks more »


Comfort Food
Posted on March 18th, 2010 by Sara Moulton  |  Filed under Sara's Picks  |  Submit Comment
Several years ago I was asked to contribute a recipe and inspirational message to a cookbook, “The Susan G. Komen/Pink Plaid Cookbook” The money from the sale of this book was to go to cancer research. The recipe was easy. I sent in something very homey, “gingerbread pancakes with butterscotch apples,” from my second cookbook. But the inspirational message was not. I have lost two grandmothers to cancer and I have several friends who are battling the disease but my… more »