In the latest installment of what is somehow the Internet's only cooking and book chat show, Emily Gould interviews Lukas Volger and they create a whole new food paradigm. Lukas is the author of Veggie Burgers Every Which Way. And he does mean EVERY! Cooking the Books is directed by Valerie Temple and shot and edited by Andrew Gauthier. You can see all the Cooking the Books episodes here or even subscribe via iTunes. Previously: Emily Gould and Tao Lin Make Raw Salad, Jennifer Egan makes macaroons.
"Some people are observing things and are sitting there like, 'How can I shape this into something that will be a fifteen-hundred word personal essay that I can sell to a women's magazine for three dollars and fifty cents a word?'"
Will Leitch, author of Are We Winning? and editor emeritus of the glorious Deadspin, enters the dangerous studio of Cooking the Books, where he finds Emily Gould wearing some sort of sports outfit? Sexiness ensues. Cooking the Books is directed by Valerie Temple and shot and edited by Andrew Gauthier.
Joanna Smith Rakoff, author of A Fortunate Age, helps our host Emily Gould recreate the late 90s by cooking up the infamous harissa egg scramble once found at long-lost Williamsburg institution Oznot's. (It is an exceptional hangover helper.) Cooking the Books-the Internet's only cooking and book chat show!?-is directed by Valerie Temple and shot and edited by Andrew Gauthier. (PS Our in-house harissa recipe is here!)
In Emily Gould's glamorous home kitchen studio, she finally learns to properly make hollandaise with the very funny (if CANADIAN!) Kathryn Borel, the author of Corked: a Memoir, who is also admittedly the first (known) killer to participate in "Cooking the Books." (Awkward!) As well, it turns out the secret of hollandaise is putting the butter in your pants? Cooking the Books is directed by Valerie Temple and shot and edited by Andrew Gauthier.
Emily Gould's home cooking and book chat show, produced and edited by Val Temple, gets a visit from Julie Powell, author of Julie and Julia and the new Cleaving: A Story of Marriage, Meat, and Obsession.
Cooking the Books, with Emily Gould: Obsolete Methods of Making Cookies and Popcorn, with Anna Jane Grossman
Cooking the Books, with Emily Gould, was shot and edited by Val Temple. This week's guest, Anna Jane Grossman, is the author of Obsolete: An Encyclopedia of Once-Common Things Passing Us By. (Previous episodes are here.)
Today on Cooking the Books… Emily Gould learns how to make salad with Tao Lin, author of Richard Yates. And… well. Wow. Cooking the Books is directed by Valerie Temple and shot and edited by Andrew Gauthier. You can see all the Cooking the Books episodes here or even subscribe via iTunes. Previously: Jennifer Egan makes macaroons.
This time on Cooking the Books: Malena Watrous, author of If You Follow Me, a novel about young people teaching English in rural Japan, helps Emily Gould make sushi. Cooking the Books is directed by Valerie Temple and shot and edited by Andrew Gauthier.
Our brave host Emily Gould brings Julie Klausner into her home kitchen-very daring!-for a talk about boys, memoirs and how to make kugel. Julie's book: I Don't Care About Your Band. And: kugel! It's not just for Jews any more. Cooking the Books is directed by Valerie Temple and shot and edited by Andrew Gauthier.
Emily Gould's home cooking and book chat show, produced by Val Temple, gets a visit from Marisa Meltzer, author of the brand-new Girl Power: The Nineties Revolution in Music. You will also remember Marisa as the author of last summer's serial novella Managed Expectations and the co-author of How 'Sassy' Changed My Life.
Perhaps you've heard that there's been some… disagreements between certain feminist blogs and The Daily Show recently. If not, let me recap! A couple of weeks ago, Jezebel's Irin Carmon (a hand-to-God Real Journalist, with non-blog bylines!) wrote a piece examining what she termed The Daily Show's "Woman Problem." She largely defined the show as being a hostile environment for women as evidenced by the perennially low number of female correspondents and the testimony of some named and unnamed sources. The piece didn't really go too far, other than apparently being widely linked on Facebook. Olivia Munn, the Daily Show's but-one-month-old lady correspondent may or may not [...]
12. The clouds never expect it when it rains, But the sea changes colors, but the sea does not change. -"Edge of Seventeen"
11. The loneliness of a one night stand is hard to take We all chase something and maybe this is a dream The timeless face of a rock and roll woman while her heart breaks Oh you know the dream keeps coming even when you forget to feel. -"After The Glitter Fades"
In this week's insanely special episode of Cooking the Books, the cooking tables are turned, and our usual book-cooking host, Emily Gould, has become the interview subject. Guest host (and one-time subject!) Bennett Madison takes the interrogation reins-a perfect choice, as he appears in Emily's new essay/book/memoir And the Heart Says Whatever, which is out shortly. (You can read more about it in today's New York mag!) Cooking the Books is directed by the terrific Valerie Temple and shot and edited by the wonderful Andrew Gauthier.
Finally, a set of family-friendly lyrics for the Liz Phair oldie "Flower." Now everyone can enjoy it!
Cooking the Books, with Emily Gould, was shot and edited by Val Temple. In this episode: Jami Attenberg eats some dangerously undercooked meat to celebrate the publication this week of The Melting Season (buy it here!), the story of a married woman who leaves her life in Nebraska for Las Vegas.