With over 22 million weekly listeners on more than 750 independent radio stations, National Public Radio is one of this country’s most respected and beloved names in news and entertainment. Now, listeners with a craving for more NPR have a personal invitation into the kitchens and lives of the folks who bring them their favorite programs: NPR Cooks! Featuring over 100 recipes in a clever, easel-style, spiral-bound book, NPR Cooks! offers quick and easy recipes, along with personal stories, from the hosts of popular NPR shows such as Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Car Talk, Talk of the Nation, and Wait Wait . . . Don’t Tell Me!. NPR correspondents routinely travel the globe on assignment, bringing back with them recipes for exotic dishes like Jackie Northam’s Fish and Pineapple Soup from Cambodia and Jacki Lyden’s Persian Lemons from Iran. Others share treasured family recipes from the Old Country, such as Noah Adams’ Pasta Fazul, Andrei Codrescu’s Transylvanian Cabbage and Noodles, and Fiona Ritchie’s Mrs. Walkinshaw’s Dundee Cake. And then there are the recipes that simply defy explanation, like Ray Magliozzi’s Squid Pie and Cory Flintoff’s End of Moose Season Beans. Other NPR contributors include Jean Cochran, Ira Flatow, Renée Montagne, Frank Deford, Sylvia Paggioli, Scott Simon, Nina Totenberg, and Linda Werthheimer, among many others. So turn up your radio and dig in—NPR Cooks! offers something for every public radio palate!
Cookbooks-Food-Wine, Baking, Cakes,