Diane Rossen Worthington is a Los Angeles-based food writer and consultant. Trained at the London Cordon Bleu and taught by James Beard, Madeleine Kamman, Giuliano Bugialli, and Jacques Pepin, she has won the prestigious James Beard Award for her work as a radio broadcaster. Worthington's cookbooks include The Cuisine of California, The Taste of Summer, The California Cook, and American Bistro. She also created the recipes for Picnics and Tailgates and Snow Country Cooking in the Williams-Sonoma Outdoors series.
I loved the book, took it to the grocery store with me to buy ingredients for one of the recipes and left it in the cart.
Goodbye Soup and Stews.
Beautiful photography with many recipes. I won't buy a cookbook without photos of the dishes. So this one I liked.Published 21 months ago by patralink
This book is great to center on one meal area. It was given as a gift and provides new ways to make common dishes.Published on November 19, 2012 by L. A. Renner
I don't think I've ever had a "bad" William Sonoma cookbook and this one is no exception. I purchased as a gift along with a soup pot and bowls, but checked out the book before... Read morePublished on December 30, 2011 by SC
I have several Williams-Sonoma cookbooks that I love, but this is not one of them. The recipes call for ingredients not readily available. Read morePublished on April 1, 2011 by CarolSusan