Kitchn on At Home on the Range
Entertain Like an Early 20th-Century, Way-Ahead-of-Her-Time Railroad Heiress Read more at Kitchn!
Liz Gilbert interviews at Dinner: A Love Story
She was so ahead of her time. If she wasn’t the editor of Real Simple, she’d have a food truck or she’d be celebrity female artisanal butcher or she’d own a pickle factory in Brooklyn. Other than maybe the food allergies and the veganism she’d be totally on board with everything going on in the food world today. Read more at DALS!
A guest post from Sheldon Potter!
Portrait of Gima’s husband Sheldon F. Potter by Alex Fine. Sheldon Potter IV is the towheaded little boy that Gima writes about in At Home on the Range and in her cooking columns for the Sunday Star. His hair is now pure white, yet still full. He spent a large chunk of his early years with Gima and her husband, Gia, and hopes to redeem his beloved grandfather a bit. Liz gave him a...
John Hodgman & Liz Gilbert in conversation at the... →
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Elizabeth Gilbert on Martha Stewart! →
Liz made some cookies with Martha. In case you missed it!
Split Pea Soup
A guest post from ManHappenings! I remember thinking it was a joke. You expect me to eat THAT? Something that color? That thick? That’s not soup, right Mom? It’s gravy…gotta be gravy. Right…? Yuck. But it was soup. And I would soon be enlightened to the fact that it was, indeed, the best soup. A soup that I would come to yearn for in the cold months of every new year. A...
A Four-Kidney Veal Meal
Art by Sarah Hunter After what seems like a lifetime of ham ingestion, I decided to move on to other animals. While I never knew Gima, I can sense her disappointment in me for not devising a plan for that remaining Ziploc of thinly-sliced Virginia country ham. But Gima, I have never known the ravages of war and rationing! I am craven and spoiled! In honor of you, I have eaten ham cold, in eggs,...
An interview with Elizabeth Gilbert in Bon... →