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J.M. Hirsch, Food Editor, The Associated Press and Author

September 16, 2012
J.M. Hirsch, Food Editor, The Associated Press and Author

Follow Us By day, J.M. Hirsch is the food editor for The Associated Press and author of the cookbook, “High Flavor, Low Labor: Reinventing Weeknight Cooking.” By night, I’m just a dorky dad trying to feed my son a great dinner and pack him a lunch he’ll eat and I’ll feel good about. Learn more […]

Kitchen Party: Back to School; How to Build a Better Lunchbox

September 16, 20120 Comments
Kitchen Party: Back to School; How to Build a Better Lunchbox

Follow Us Kids back in school? Looking for good things to feed them? Fed up with junk food? On this episode of KitchenParty, we’re discussing healthier food options for our kids this school year with J.M. Hirsch, the food editor of the Associated Press. Hosts include: Babette Pepaj (@bakespace), founder of BakeSpace.com Jeff Houck (@jeffhouck), […]

SHOW 1: How to Sell a Cookbook

August 26, 20120 Comments
SHOW 1: How to Sell a Cookbook

Follow Us Thinking about writing a cookbook? Overwhelmed with the different choices in self-publishing? Join us as we discuss what it takes to get a cookbook published in this day and age. From submitting a proposal, getting an agent to understanding the timeline for cookbook publishing, our pros will discuss the ins and outs of […]

TECHmunch Philly – October 13, 2012

August 18, 2012

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Where to donate to help the animals of the Colorado fires

June 29, 2012
Where to donate to help the animals of the Colorado fires

Follow Us I know this isn’t food related.. but our hearts go out to the thousands of animals currently displaced, evacuated and lost in the Colorado fires. I hope the Walmart, Petco, Animal Planet Executives of the world step up and mobilize massive amounts of help! Macy’s, Bloomingdales, Hautelook, Ruelala…. send towels!!!!  If you can […]

Next Stop… NYC & the IACP Awards #IACPNYC

March 27, 20120 Comments
Next Stop… NYC & the IACP Awards #IACPNYC

“I’d like to thank the academy” is something I’ve always wanted to say. After spending 12 years directing and producing reality TV I made the transition to tech, launching BakeSpace.com in 2006 as the first food-themed social network. So went my dreams of accepting an award.

Mother’s Day Gift Idea: Create a Custom Family Cookbook App

March 23, 2012
Mother’s Day Gift Idea: Create a Custom Family Cookbook App

Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 13th, 2012. Sometime between now and then you’ll be wrecking your brain trying to think of a creative way to tell mom that you love her. Why not create something truly unique that she’ll enjoy using all year long that is sentimental and will fit everyone’s budgets? How about a custom one-of-a-kind cookbook just for mom?

Where to eat in Vegas: Here’s Your Sin City Foodie Survival Guide

January 10, 20120 Comments
Where to eat in Vegas: Here’s Your Sin City Foodie Survival Guide

BakeSpace.com is heading to Las Vegas for the annual geek pilgrimage known as CES (Consumer Electronics Show). While we’re excited to check out all the new technology, we can’t wait to sample some of the great food that makes Las Vegas a destination for foodies.

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