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This week, in Episode 602, I pair fruit and meat in two refreshing entrees.

I have always thought that there’s something sensational about the sweetness of fruit with the savory taste of meat. This week in Episode 602: Fruit and Meat, I start with Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Cucumber Cantaloupe Salsa and Creamy Feta Dressing.  Then my son, Sam, joins me to make a family favorite: Sautéed…

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I am going to be teaching a class at the Lake Austin Spa Resort on May 15.

I am going to return to the Lake Austin Spa Resort to teach a class for guests on May 15th. Come join me! The theme will be Pizza Madness; the menu will feature Personal Margherita Pizzas and Spiced Beef and Hummus Pita Pizzas. To learn more or make your reservation, call 800-847-5637. Keep an…

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Season Six of “Sara’s Weeknight Meals” launches today. Learn more here.

Season Six of “Sara’s Weeknight Meals” launches today with Episode 601: On the Table in 20. First up, I’ll make Indian Scrambled Eggs with Pappadams. Then, on “Ask Sara”, I’ll answer a viewer’s question about how to hard boil eggs. Next we’ll visit a dairy where every cow is a lady and is treated like…

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On December 13th I made some of my favorite holiday cookies on the Rachael Ray show. See a clip and find the recipes here.

On December 13th I appeared on the Rachael Ray Show demoing a few of my favorite holiday cookies with Rachael. You can see a clip of the show here, or go directly to my recipes here: Chocolate Dipped Coconut Meringue Drops, Ruth Moulton’s Spice Balls, Sara Moulton’s French Apple Tart.

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On Saturday, December 17th, I will be at the Bookside Café in Milford, NH for a Demo and Book Signing

On Saturday, December 17th, at 3 pm, I will demonstrate the French Apple Pie from “Home Cooking 101” and have a Book Signing at the Bookside Café inside the Toadstool Bookshop in Milford, NH. The Bookside Café is located at 614 Nashua St, Lorden Plaza, Milford, NH 03055-4943. Reservations are required. For more…

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“Sara Moulton’s Home Cooking 101: How to make Everything Taste Better” named one of the Washington Post’s Best Cook Books of 2016.

In a November 28th article by Bonnie S. Benwick, the Washington Post named “Sara Moulton’s Home Cooking 101: How to Make Everything Taste Better” one of “The 31 Best Cookbooks of 2016.” You can find the article here. Don’t miss Bonnie’s interview with me. She asked some pretty interesting questions.…

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On January 19th, I will be at the Milk Street Cooking School in Boston.

On Thursday, January 19th, I will be at the Milk Street Cooking School from 6 to 8:30 pm as part of Milk Street Sessions,  a series of live events that feature Christopher Kimball and special guests in conversation and cooking. Chris and I plan to debate egg whites, make apricot souffles, and talk about home…

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Here is the live stream from my Facebook Q&A earlier today. I’ll check all day and continue to answer your questions.

Do you have last-minute Thanksgiving questions? Go to my Facebook page for the Live Stream Q & A from earlier today! I’ll be checking all day to answer your questions about Thanksgiving. Thank you all who participated. Happy Thanksgiving!!

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You can find my tips for a stress-free Thanksgiving dinner in this Wall Street Journal article.

In a recent article in the Wall Street Journal entitled “Get Thanksgiving Day Logistics Under Control: Chef Sara Moulton preps for the day so everything unfolds seamlessly, from a cooking timetable to plans to occupy children,” Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan interviewed me about my strategies for ensuring a stress-free Thanksgiving Day in the…

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Check out this week’s recipe from my Washington Post column!

In the fall, I started writing a monthly column for The Washington Post and wanted to remind you to check it out. It’s called “Sunday Suppers.” Here is a link to this week’s recipe, Pasta and Meatballs, beyond the Red Sauce . . .

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Hope you have been catching the latest episodes of “Milk Street Radio.” Here’s where you can find them.

The first episode of Chris Kimball’s “Milk Street Radio” podcast aired on October 22. Each hour-long show includes a segment devoted to listeners’ questions, which I co-host with Chris. Here’s where you can learn more and check out the latest show: Milk Street Radio, iTunes, Tunein, Stitcher. Or on Amazon Echo: Say,…

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Hope you will check out the first pod cast of Milk Street Radio with Chris Kimball and me.

The first episode of Chris Kimball’s “Milk Street Radio” podcast, entitled “Good Morning Vietnam,” aired on October 22.  The hour-long show includes a segment devoted to listeners’ questions, which I co-host with Chris.  You can learn more and listen to it here.

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On the evening of September 19th, I will be doing a special event for U of M alums in Ohio.

Hello fellow U of M alums in the Ohio area! September 19th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm, I will do a special event just for you at the Philip Heit Center in New Albany, Ohio. There will be Cooking Demonstrations and Tastings, and I will be signing my new cookbook, “Sara Moulton’s Home Cooking 101: How to Make Everything Taste Better.” The Philip Heit…

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On September 17th, I will be signing autographs at the Food Truck and Classic Car Festival at the Saratoga Casino Hotel.

I will be in Saratoga Springs, New York on Saturday, September 17th for the Food Truck and Classic Car Festival at the Saratoga Casino Hotel. Look for me in the Polo Field signing autographs from 3 to 4:30 pm. The Festival runs from noon to 5 pm at the Saratoga…

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Join me on “Sara’s Weeknight Meals” Season 6 via skype. E-mail me today!

Would you like to join me on “Sara’s Weeknight Meals” via skype to ask your burning culinary question? Please email your question to sarasweeknightmeals@gmail.com along with a short bio, and contact info and we will let you know by early August if you will be joining me on the show…

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Calling all New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut cooks!

I’m looking for someone to come on my show, “Sara’s Weeknight Meals,” to cook their favorite original (or handed down through the family) weeknight entrée or meal.  If you live in New York, New Jersey, or Connecticut, please send me that recipe along with a brief bio and your contact…

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Check out my podcast episode on Edacious.co!

I was recently interviewed by Jenée Libby on Edacious.co and the podcast is now live. You can hear it at Podcast Episode. We reminisced about “Cooking Live,” discussed teaching, what it was like to work with Julia, and much more. To subscribe to Edacious on iTunes, go to Subscribe.

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Check out my Interview on Bite of the Best!

I was recently interviewed by food writer Bonnie Tandy Leblang as her Guest Foodie, featured on her website Bite of the Best, and she asked some pretty interesting questions. The site, which she describes as an “interactive foodie website highlighting the best offerings of the culinary world,” changes weekly so check…

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If you missed “Sara’s Weeknight Meals” Season 5, you can catch it on CREATE!

American Public Television has just announced that starting May 18, Create TV will include the Fifth Season of “Sara’s Weeknight Meals.” It will appear on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays at 6:30 pm (EST) and again at 9:30 pm.

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Look for my weekly Associated Press column in newspapers nationwide!

My weekly Associated Press column, “KitchenWise” started appearing in newspapers around the country on August 6th. The column uses tasty recipes to teach basic cooking skills every home cook will want to master. It will be available to subscribers of AP’s Lifestyles service. If your paper doesn’t run it, you can…

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Kitchen Revelations – My new blog starting today

I just started taking a blog writing class by Steven Shaw at the International Culinary Center (formally, the French Culinary Institute) – I was going to sit in on the first class to see what it was all about because I might be teaching another media class at the school,…

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Julia Child, A Legacy of Teaching the Joy of Food

I was recently interviewed by Michele Kayal of the Associated Press for an article honoring the memory of Julia Child on her 100th Birthday. You can read the story on salon.com right here.

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Check out my interview in LSA Magazine

 I was recently interviewed for an article in the latest edition of LSA Magazine, the Alumni Publication of my alma mater, The College of Literature, Science, and the Arts at the University of Michigan.  You can read the article, Dinner With Sara, at LSA.  Here are the featured recipes: Roasted…

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Hope you'll catch me on the Heritage Radio Network!

I recently had the opportunity to appear on Michael Harlan Turkell’s Heritage Radio Network show, The Food Seen. Michael is a freelance photographer and a photo editor of Edible Brooklyn and Edible Manhattan magazines.  You can hear the whole thing at The Food Seen Episode 95.

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