What's Cooking, Best in Food Show, & James Beard Noms!

Here's to the second issue of the Bell & Basket Newsletter! If you missed the first one, you can
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What's Cooking, Best in Food Show, & James Beard Noms!
By Bell & Basket  • Issue #2 • View online
Here’s to the second issue of the Bell & Basket Newsletter! If you missed the first one, you can find it here
So what happened this week? A lot. 
1. We celebrated a miraculous White House win as Andrew Puzder withdrew his nomination for Secretary of Labor. 
2. James Beard Award nominations are out! 
3. I watched a life-changing episode of the Netflix’s newest season of Chef’s Table
Oh, and we cooked (and baked) some delicious food!
‘til next week!
-Michelle

What's Cooking, or in this case, Baking
What if you could make breakfast for the entire week tonight? Check out these super healthy, barely sweet, full of the good kind of fat, Pumpkin Coconut Breakfast Cookies. And if you haven’t heard, I’ll be doing something really scary in November… 
Pumpkin Coconut Breakfast (Health) Cookies
Pumpkin Coconut Breakfast (Health) Cookies
Best In Food Show: Netflix's Chef's Table
David Gelb’s third season of Chef’s Table has arrived and last night, I watched a life changing episode. Jeong Kwan is a 60-year-old Buddhist nun, who lives and cooks at Baekyangsa Temple in South Korea. She grows everything in the temple garden and cooks beautiful, simple food for her community. This episode has reminded me to cook with intention, purpose and love. If you haven’t yet checked out the series, it is stunningly shot and produced. The stories have a long lasting effect and this one in particular is not to be missed. 
Jeong Kwan, Buddhist Nun
Jeong Kwan, Buddhist Nun
James Beard Nominations are In!
This is one of the biggest deals in the food world. I’m rooting for Le Coucou for Best Restaurant, Gabrielle Hamilton of Prune for Outstanding Chef and Missy Robbins of Lilia for Best Chef NYC. Check out the full list below.  
Because Who Doesn't Love The Man?
Photograph by William Mebane for The New Yorker
Photograph by William Mebane for The New Yorker
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