Jeannie Boutelle from the Chicago Edition of The Local Beet says This Book Cooks makes her feel nostalgic. Read what she has to say here ...

She loves cookbooks! Find out why Laysha Duran from Manhattan with a twist values them so much, plus a few of her favorite picks from This Book Cooks , a cookbooks she says is "a recipe book for the ages."


Since the publication of Tasting the Seasons, the book has been recognized in a variety of online newspapers and magazines all over the world including Hong Kong! Most notably, Danielle Nierenberg of the Christian Science Monitor recommends Tasting the Seasons as one of eighteen of the best books for food lovers.  There's more ...

Thanks to Crickett Gibbons from Chesapeake Magazine for conducting the recent interview and featuring an article in this Annapolis based magazine, Cookbook by Baltimore Caterer Promotes Healthy Eating.   

The latest Earth Day news from Tulsa World Scene editor, Nicole Marshall Middleton.

Sheilah Kaufman of the Town Courier is happy to let everyone know, "Spring Is Finally Here" in her latest article.

Examiner editor is upgrading her cooking skills with Tasting the Seasons, see what Tradina MeMary is doing in her kitchen as she flips through the cookbook.

Barbara Revsine of Pantry to Plate for Chicago Now let's us know, About Last Saturday Night: Hosting an Apres-Theater Dinner.

Jojo Santos Tomas of Hong Kong writes Boy, go eat for Pacific Daily News, a foodie and  kelaguen champion who delightfully discovered a recipe for cornbread in Tasting the Seasons. Read here to find out what ingredients he used! 

Inspiring winter dishes are welcoming and warming on these bitter cold winter nights. See what The Daily Meal - All Things Food and Drink selected from Tasting the Seasons. 

Read how crinkly dinosaur kale blends with eggs, bacon, and potatoes to make a delicious dinner plus more recipes from Tasting the Seasons from the editors of Mother Earth News

Tasting the Seasons made Food Tanks 2014 winter reading list. Food Tank editors say whether you are sitting on the beach, stuck at the airport, or cuddled up next to the fire this winter, these 18 books can help satisfy your mind, soul, and stomach. Snuggle up and click on the link to find out who else made the 2014 list. 

Find out why the recipes in Tasting the Seasons inspires wife and mom, Amy Barseghian of The Best of Life Magazine

Tasting the Seasons has also been featured or reviewed in Health News Digest, Omaha World-Herald in .

Food bloggers from Canada and across the United States have been penning and sharing their experiences using Tasting the Seasons and This Book Cooks.


Mommy blogger, Wendy initially tells her readers not to be distracted by all the post-it notes she put on This Book Cooks! Then read about her reaction to the Ginger-Glazed Chicken here

From Creative Living and Growing blogger Bren Haas ... "Thank you for sending me your cookbook - I love it! Here's the recipe I prepared." 

Randi Poole is challenged everyday with feeding her family of four healthy meals and she has a house full of picky eaters! Sound familiar? Read on ...


Click on the links to find out what they're are saying. From popular food blogger, Renee Goerger of Kudos Kitchen and Katrina at Kitchen Trials and Cindy Kerschner of Recipes and Writings

Here is an review and interview of Tasting the Seasons with Sarah Mason, editor of Drool Worthy Daily"Kerry is one part cookbook author, ten parts superwoman. Not only has she just come out with her second cookbook, but she has also built her own catering business, teaches cooking demonstrations at Whole Foods, sat on the board of the American Institute of Wine and Food (AIWF), has served on the AIWF Chef’s Council, has written numerous columns for magazines and newspapers (Hotel Food & Beverage Executive, Urbanite, Smart Woman, etc.), and writes a monthly food column, What's In Season for Slow Food Baltimore. 

In other words, she's a rockstar."

Click here to read the interview with Sarah and find out what my favorite kitchen ingredient is!

Kathleen Marshall of The Practical Homestead writes about why she might like to grow sweet potatoes just to eat the leaves in a recipe for Sweet Potato Leaves with Sweet Dressing, but read on about the Chicken Salad with Broccoli and Bacon. 

As an ode to spring, The Food Gays are tossing the honeyed pecan salad with tangerine vinaigrette.  

Media Chef, Kathryne Grisim of Food Musings contemplated ordering pizza to have while watching the Jets game but decided instead she would take an eco-offering from the introduction in Tasting the Seasons ...we are reducing our fast-food indulgences (and their wasteful packaging) in favor of home-cooked meals, served with eco-friendly, china, glass and flatware ... the meals you cook at home are more likely to be nutritious and satisfying-as well as far less taxing on your budget and the environment-than store-bought, carry out, drive-thru or prepared food. Kathryne prepared Greek-Style Shrimp. Click here to find out what ingredient she switched out and the result of her endeavor.