Dorie Greenspan was a “foodie” before the term was coined. A New Yorker with an affinity for all things French, Dorie has a pulse on everyone and everything in the food world. Through her James Beard award-winning cookbooks and popular columns in The New York Times and Washington Post, Dorie proves that you can be an exceptional cook and baker (and that there isn’t much she can’t do). But what makes a “Dorie” recipe? In “the golden age of cookbooks” what makes hers such hits? On the show we chat with Dorie- our ultimate culinary inspiration all about her storied career, kitchen inspo, and favorite cooking techniques so we too can embrace a bit of Dorie’s spunk and spontaneity in our everyday.