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I’ll be at Southern Season in Chapel Hill September 23.

On September 23, 2012, at 2 pm, I will be teaching a Master Cooking Class at Southern Season in Chapel Hill, North Carolina entitled What I Learned Working Beside Julia Child, courtesy of Chantal Cookware. The menu will be Scrambled Egg and Smoked Salmon Crêpes, Deviled Bones with Bearnaise Sauce and…

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Check out my favorite secret ingredient on iVillage.com!

A writer from iVillage recently asked me to talk about my favorite secret ingredient for an article entitled 13 Secret Ingredients Chefs Love. It had to be an ingredient that I always have on hand in my kitchen. Here’s what I said.     

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My PBS 100th Birthday Tribute to Julia

To celebrate August 15, 2012, the 100th Anniversary of Julia Child’s birth, PBS has created a new “Cook For Julia” section on their web site.  I hope you will take a look at my special written reminiscence and the video that we taped for the occasion. Go to The Story of Sara Moulton…

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Look for me on GMA on Wednesday, August 15

Wednesday, August 15th would have been Julia Child’s 100th birthday and I will be on Good Morning America between 8:30 and 9:00 to talk about my memories of Julia, what it was like to work with her, and what I learned from her.

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I'm cooking healthy on weightwatchers.com.

Need some help cooking healthy for your family? Check out “Sara Moulton’s Tips and Tricks for Cooking Healthy: Expert techniques, ideas and hands-on help,” nine new videos I just made for weightwatchers.com. You have a choice of How to Make Great Burgers, Add Buttermilk to Your Weekly Lineup, Chicken Breast Alternatives, Comfort Foods that…

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My July 6th appearance on the Rachael Ray Show

Hope you tuned in on July 6th when I appeared on the Rachael Ray Show solving common weeknight cooking disasters. Here are links to my solutions: Dinner Disaster Fixes, Dessert Disaster Fixes, Backstage “Food Quiz”   

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My July 4th celebration on GMA; here are links to the recipes!

Hope you watched my July 4th Good Morning America holiday cook-out with Sam Champion (pictured with me here) and the GMA gang. Here are links to the recipes: BBQ Chicken, Grilled Potato and Corn Salad with Chipotle Dressing, Beer Bread, Creole Seasoning, and Basic Barbecue Sauce.

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Take a look at my story in Who's Hungry Magazine!

The Early Summer issue of the on-line food magazine, whoshungrymagazine.com, just went live and I hope you will check out my story about summer memories from Laurel Farm. You can find it right here.

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Here are my GMA recipes.

Looking for the recipes from the new Gourmet Cookbook, Gourmet Weekday, that I made on Good Morning America?  Here are direct links: Korean Flank Steak Chopped Salad Blackberry Peach Cobbler

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Join me in Austin, Texas on Monday, July 9!

On Monday, July 9, I will be returning to Lake Austin Spa to give a demonstration for registered guests as part of Lake Austin’s Culinary Experience.  I hope to see you there. For more information on the event, go to Lake Austin Culinary Experience or call 800-847-5637.

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National Harbor Wine and Food Festival

Join me on May 5th and 6th for the Fifth Annual Wine and Food Festival at the National Harbor Waterfront on the Potomac in Washington, DC. The event offers VIP Admission from noon to 6pm and General Admission from 1 pm to 6 pm. My demonstration will be on The…

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Reinventing Seder: A celebration of spring and freedom at Balaboosta

If you don’t already have Seder plans you might want to check this out. On Saturday, April 7, at NYC’s Balaboosta Restaurant (214 Mulberry Street), three women chefs, originally from different parts of the world, will share the kitchen to create a very unique dinner for the Second Seder of…

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James Beard Foundation Nomination

The 2012 James Beard Foundation Awards nominations were just announced and I am one of the three nominees in the category Media Personality/Host (Television or Video Webcast). The Broadcast and Journalism Awards will be presented on Friday, May 4 as part of the Annual James Beard Foundation Awards weekend in New…

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Eat, Drink, and Think Like Julia Child

On the 100th anniversary of Julia Child’s birth, learn about the cultural icon who revolutionized the art of cooking. Join me and Julia Child Biographer Noel Riley Fitch at 2 pm on Sunday, April 22 at NYC’s 92Y Tribeca for the celebration. From 2 to 3 pm, biographer Noël Riley Fitch…

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Join me in Palm Desert, California, March 24th!

On Saturday, March 24th, 2012, you will find me at the 3rd Annual Palm Desert Food and Wine Festival in Palm Desert, California. My demo will be on the Garden West Stage at 2:15 pm. The festival, which benefits the Culinary Institute of America’s Endowed Scholarship Fund, runs from March 23 to 25. For…

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Is There a Return to Actual Expertise in Food?

On March 14 from 4 to 6 pm, I will take part in a panel discussion at The New York University Fales Library entitled YELP? HELP! Is There a Return to Actual Expertise in Food? Other panelists include, Eric Asimov, Chief Wine Critic & Former Temporary Restaurant Critic for The New York Times;…

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11th Hour Substitutions

I have gotten lots of requests for the 11th hour substitutions that I demonstrated on the Rachael Ray Show. I am delighted that so many viewers enjoyed the show. Here are all my tips! Oil Substitutes in a dressing: Chicken broth version: Whisk together 1 tablespoon vinegar, pinch salt, little…

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Look for me on Rachael Ray today, February 21!

I am going to be on the Rachael Ray show today, February 21, talking about 11th hour substitutions. Hope you will tune in for lots of useful tips.

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Syrup: How can I prevent homemade syrup from crystallizing?

Sheila recently e-mailed the Kitchen Shrink to ask, “in making pancake syrup, how do I keep sugar from settling on the bottom in hard form?” If your syrup crystallizes in the bottom of the bottle either the proportion of sugar to water is too high or the mixture wasn’t heated long…

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Zucchini in Cuban Style Cherry Tomato Sofrito

(Calabacin del Patio con Sofrito de Tomate Cereza y Picada de Almendras, Cacao y Perejil) Copyright @Maricel E. Presilla Makes 4 servings Hands-On Time: 30 minutes Total Preparation Time: 1 hour 15 minutes Suggested Accompaniments Rice or shredded Napa cabbage seasoned with just a bit of olive oil and salt.…

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Join me in Rockville, MD on March 10th!

On Saturday, March 10, I will be the Keynote Speaker at Celebrating Food! Cooking, Careers, Communications: Eighth Salute to Women in Gastronomy co sponsored by the Washington, DC Chapter of Les Dames d’Escoffier International, The Hotel Restaurant Management Program at University of Maryland Eastern Shore, and the Universities at Shady…

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Catch me in Providence on February 24th!

On Friday, February 24, 2012, from 3 to 5 pm, I will be demoing Quick and Easy Weeknight Meals at the Rhode Island Food and Wine Festival. The Festival is part of the Rhode Island Spring Flower and Garden Show which runs from February 23 to 26 at the Rhode…

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Korean Burgers

Makes 4 Servings Hands-On Time: 15 Minutes Total Preparation Time: 25 Minutes Suggested Accompaniment steamed baby potatoes with parsley Ingredients Quick Kimchi (recipe below) or store bought kimchi 4 medium scallions One 3/4 inch piece fresh ginger 3 T soy sauce (low sodium if you prefer) 1 1/2 T unseasoned…

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Hey New York! Join Me on January 10.

On January 10, 2012 at 6:30 pm, I will be one of the panelists as New York Women In Film & Television “Go Behind the Scenes with TV’s Tastemakers.” You won’t want to miss this conversation about the history of food television and what’s happening these days. The event takes…

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