Food Column, November 25, 2022

‘Twas a toss-up today: what might be the more helpful column? How to use leftovers from yesterday’s Thanksgiving feast, or revisit Cookbooktober with another new cookbook released this fall? “New England Desserts,” by Tammy Donroe Inman, won the toss. I purchased my copy at Eight Cousins in downtown Falmouth—it was the last copy, but they assured me they would be restocking, especially if I wrote about it here.

Inman describes herself this way: “Boston-area writer, mother, cook, gardener, obsessive blogger, pseudo-photographer, cryptogram lover and vagabond public school teacher. She’s been called other things, too.” This is the write-up on her blog, called Food on the Food, which she has been writing (on and off) since 2006. Her bio states that “after earning her chops in the test kitchen at Cook’s Illustrated magazine, she spent nearly twenty years writing about food for publications like Fine Cooking, Yankee Magazine, the Boston Globe, Cape Cod Life, and Serious Eats.”

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