By day, Ohio native Faith is executive editor of The Kitchn (thekitchn.com), a popular home cooking and kitchen design blog (sister site to Apartment Therapy) that receives 6 million readers a month and is an active, warm community for home cooks. And by night, Faith writes cookbooks. Her latest, Bakeless Sweets: Pudding, Panna Cotta, Fluff, Icebox Cake, and More No-Bake Desserts, is a bright and modern celebration of the classic puddings, icebox cakes, and no-bake desserts she's so crazy about.
Faith has also contributed to O Magazine, Vegetarian Times, and Reader's Digest, and her work has appeared in the Chicago Tribune, New Haven Register, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, and The Columbus Dispatch, among many other newspapers.
She lives in Columbus, Ohio, with her husband Mike, a house under permanent renovation, and an ever-growing collection of whisks.
Good collection of recipes I hadn't seen before....and I have a LOT of recipe books.
She also changes the idea of casserole cooking, in that many of these recipes are meatless, which helps cut costs and for those with vegetarian leanings is good.
I don't buy cookbooks often, but this one looks to be well worth the money and shelf space.
If you can't find something in here...give it up! I like that Beth does not rely on canned soups for flavor.Published 9 months ago by Melli50391
Only a few good recipes in here, although the one for the Herbed Chicken Meatballs with Coconut Sauce was probably worth the price of the book. Really yummy. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Kate Gardes
Good collection of recipes I hadn't seen before....and I have a LOT of recipe books. Worth buying!
Arrived on time in perfect condition. Don't hesitate to buy it.
I first took this book out from the library and found so many things I wanted to copy, that I decided I needed to buy the book. I use it a lot. Read morePublished 17 months ago by clariene
I love comfort food recipes and these are special, even gourmet, without being difficult for someone who seldom cooks like me.Published 18 months ago by Linda D. Taylor
I found this book at the library, tried a few recipes and liked them so much I bought a copy. The recipes are varied, not overly reliant on cheese (one of my casserole turn-offs),... Read morePublished on October 14, 2012 by Amazon Customer
The recipes were good and can be adapted to be healthier. However I was very disappointed that the nutritional information was not listed on the recipes. Read morePublished on November 25, 2011 by Maggie
Wow -- what a great cooking book. Instead of "casseroles" the author prefers to call these "baked dishes". It's no longer canned string beans and fried onions with mushroom soup! Read morePublished on April 20, 2011 by Nancy Mehegan
This cookbook is a fantastic resource for updated, modern casseroles recipes. I grew up eating dense, cheesy casseroles made with cream-of-something soup. Read morePublished on March 31, 2011 by Megan