National Geographic took a look at our favorite endangered species, the bialy, and shared our recipe from The Hot Bread Kitchen Cookbook. Buy em here if you don’t feel like making at home.
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Start Cinco de Mayo off right with a delicious Mexican breakfast recipe from The Hot Bread Kitchen Cookbook. Made from tortillas simmered in an aromatic sauce, chilaquiles provide the best way to use leftover tortillas that are verging on stale but still have some taste left in them. As you might imagine, we often have a […]
Food52’s Piglet Tournament of Cookbooks is sort of like March Madness for food nerds. It pits the 16 most notable cookbooks of the year against each other in a face-off judged by some of the biggest names in the food world. Over the last three weeks, The Hot Bread Kitchen Cookbook has been climbing the ranks, even beating […]
This curry is a specialty of our baker Lutfunnessa, who you can find at the Jackson Heights Greenmarket on Sundays, selling the bread she bakes. Called alu-maunsho torkerry in Bangladeshi, the curry is perfect on a cold night with, of course, plenty of warm Naan, Whole Wheat Chapatis or a pot of basmati rice. Lutfunnessa […]
Our online shop has gifts for everyone in your life. With the option to ship the same item to multiple addresses, it’s easy to send your friends, family, colleagues and clients a delicious, thoughtful present. From now until December 22, we’re offering free shipping on your order of The Hot Bread Kitchen Cookbook (Yahoo Food’s Cookbook of the Year) so you can get […]
Fragrant tamales are a Christmas Eve tradition in Mexico. Olga Luna, a graduate of the Bakers in Training program, learned how to make tamales with all sorts of fillings – sweet, meat, and cheese – from her mother, and now she makes them for her family (her son eats nine at a time!). She shared […]