• April 7, 2017  

    In her new cookbook, “King Solomon’s Table,” celebrate food authority Joan Nathan takes readers to different parts of the world to taste the cuisine of the Jewish diaspora, with recipes handed down from generation to generation. Ahead of Passover, Judy Woodruff joins Nathan in the kitchen to explore the stories and traditions she’s collected. Continue reading

  • November 25, 2015  

    Can someone receiving food stamp benefits eat well on an average budget of $4 per day? That was the simple question that Leanne Brown set out to answer as a student, and now it’s the core of her new cookbook, “Good and Cheap.” With Thanksgiving approaching, William Brangham follows Brown in the grocery store and the kitchen to learn more about her recipes. Continue reading

  • November 28, 2013  

    Chef and author Alice Waters was one of the first proponents of using seasonal, organic ingredients. The pioneer of "California cuisine" has dedicated herself to educating students about the importance of reconnecting cooking to nature. Judy Woodruff sits down with Waters to discuss how how easy it can be to eat healthy. Continue reading

  • November 26, 2013  

    Award-winning cookbook author Paula Wolfert can’t remember all of the ingredients in her recipes anymore, but she still knows how her dishes should taste. Hoping to delay the effects of Alzheimer’s disease, Wolfert copes by continuing to cook. Judy Woodruff reports on why Wolfert wants more people to declare their memory loss. Continue reading

  • November 25, 2010  

    Food columnist and cookbook author Molly O’Neill has spent the past decade traveling cross-country in search of America’s recipes. Jeffrey Brown talks to O’Neill about the result of her travels: a cookbook. Continue reading