Few authors are as popular in the foodblogging world as Dorie Greenspan so you can imagine my delight when she agreed to let me interview her. A special correspondent for Bon Appétit magazine, the author of nine cookbooks, and the recipient of five James Beard and IACP awards, Dorie is a gifted baker whose writing makes even the most complex recipes accessible to baking enthusiasts of every skill level. She describes her newest work, Baking: From My Home to Yours, as her "most personal book… filled with stories and my all-time favorite recipes." If you haven't added it to your collection yet, you can peek inside by visiting Sara's cookbook spotlight or my entry about 'Secret Agent Banana Bundt Cake.' I've also included Dorie's recipe for "Corniest Corn Muffins" at the bottom of this post. Made with buttermilk, stone-ground cornmeal and whole corn kernels, my husband and I frequently enjoy these satisfying morsels with thick slices of melting butter and big bowls of homemade chili.
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