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50 Responses to Contact

  1. Kelly says:


    Just wanted to drop a note to say I found your blog today and it is lovely.


  2. Hans says:


    Nice blog you got here.. I wish i could have toured Europe with you.

  3. Deb says:

    Hi Molly,
    I hear so many great things about your culinary adventures from your folks and Lis that I wanted to get on board the dunk and crumble band wagon. They were down on the Eastern Shore with us this weekend and had the “best corn of the season”.
    How do I go about following your blog? Have already bookmarked several recipes and look forward to trying them!

  4. diane page says:

    Hi, We make donuts in the deep fryer all the time. Can your chocolate donuts (oven recipe) be made in the deep fryer? Thx for your response.

    • molly gilbert says:

      Hi Diane, thanks for your question! I don’t think this recipe will work in the deep fryer. The batter is more like that of a quick bread — it isn’t very thick and probably wouldn’t hold it’s shape once dropped in the oil.

  5. mm says:

    wonderful blog….[my only contact is via my hotmail or gmail accounts]…..please let me know if i can perhaps subscribe to your blog via either of these thank you

  6. Pam says:

    Just found your blog while reading about Sheet Pan Suppers. One pan and I can do a whole dinner! Love it! Can I subscribe to your blog via email?

  7. Kelsey McCracken says:

    Everything looks great Molly!! So happy for you 🙂 call if you ever make it South!

  8. Nancy Morgan says:

    Love Love your blog and your cookbook is a hit with my family members! They opened their Xmas gift early…

  9. gail says:

    love this – just found and bought the book and there you were in the back – on a website!!!
    Now – where can we find the racks for our sheet pans???

    thanks for being awesome!

  10. sue mccarthy says:

    Hello Molly
    In my local newspaper The Providence Journal they had for meatless Monday
    your recipe for the Eggplant with Chickpeas. It was so delicious quick and easy
    Thank you very much oh and I will be buying your book Sheet Pan Suppers

    • molly gilbert says:

      Oh wow, thank you Sue! I didn’t know that they ran the recipe in the Providence Journal, but I’m glad to hear it! Hope you enjoy the book!!

  11. Kim nomeyko says:

    Just bought your book and can’t wait to try your recipes….also, the blog is great. Thanks so much!

  12. Jenny says:

    I just bought your book, and I have to THANK YOU for so many great ideas! I work fulltime, and cook dinner for my family every night, so I am in constant search for easy, sophisticated recipes. The thought on my mind today? Why have I not been making Nicoise Salads????? It makes no sense! The drought has ended! Jenny

  13. RITA says:

    Am enjoying sheet pan suppers. Have found an error on pg130..direction #5.
    Indicates serving ribs w/potatoes….etc. ….not in this recipe!!!! for pork tenderloin!

  14. Mary Westbrook says:


    Just want you to know that I am a major buyer of cookbooks and read them like others read novels. My rule is that I can only keep as many cookbooks as fit in two rather small bookcases. Most cookbooks get read, a recipe or teo may be saved, and the book is given away. Not so Sheetpan Suppers! I haven’t decided what it will replace but on my cookbook shelf it will go! It is the best new book in a long time. If you see a spike in sales in Iowa City it is because my friends are buying it! I’ve made the Rack of Lamb with Herby Breadcrumbs and Buttered Carrots twice. I’ve also made the Pork tenderloin with Squash, Apples and Onions, the Orange Ginger Salmon with lentils and Green beans, and the Soy Mustard Salmin with Brocoli. The only thing I would change is I’d use fewer green beans and blanch them before I roasted them for the ogre Ginger Salmon recipe.

    Thanks for the great book! You are a new favorite of mine!


  15. Carlyn K Smueles says:

    How can I subscribe to your blog via email? I do not have a Facebook, Twitter or Instagram account.

    • molly gilbert says:

      Hi Carlyn! I’m working on this feature, and will hopefully have a solution soon — keep checking the blog, I will put up a post about how to subscribe when I finally get it all set up! Thank you!

  16. marion byne says:

    I found you and “Sheet Pan Suppers” through Leite’s Culinaria email. I’ve always loved my sheet pans, all sizes. Can’t wait to try your recipes; so creative. love them.

  17. Bev says:

    Please send your blog to my eMail. Thanks.
    Just “found” you.
    I did not see a place to sign up.

  18. Deborah says:

    I bought the book sheet pan suppers. Is there an error on the recipe for cannoli roulade? It says only 1/2 cup of flour(cake). Is there really only 1/2 cup of flour in this recipe? Thank you for your time, I dont want to waste materials if it is not correct , thank you,

  19. Maryann says:

    Hi Molly!
    “Sheet Pan Suppers” is such a novel idea for a cookbook,
    and the recipes are amazing! I just love it! Much continued success!

  20. Becky says:

    Just got your cookbook a few days ago and am very excited to try out the recipes! Tonight, I made the Chinese Five-Spice Pork Chops (with apples in place of the nectarines) which was delicious, tender and moist. I wondered though about the 1/4 cup of scallions in the ingredients list? Are they to be added to the mixture before cooking or just added as garnish at the end? The book doesn’t specify.

    • Kelly says:

      I came to your site today to ask the same questions. I am about to prepare the recipe on page 123 and don’t see where to add the scallions in the instructions. I checked for a similar recipe that had scallions and on page 125 it says the same thing. 3 scallions in the recipe list but not mentioned in the instructions. As they are listed as the last ingredient are they intended as a fresh garnish or to be baked?

  21. Rosemary A. Frerk says:

    Molly we met the night we celebrated the your new book, “Sheet Pan Supper”. I am also a friend of your mother in law, Octavia Zulof.
    My husband wants to give me a little birthday party and I am wondering if you cater and if you do not cater small cocktail parties, this would be no hard liquor but wine and we would like to have 12 guests.
    What do you think?
    I would love it if you could email me and let me know if it is at all possible. The day for celebrationg is June 28.
    Thank you.

  22. Rosemary A. Frerk says:

    Molly we met the night we celebrated your new book, “Sheet Pan Suppers”. I am also a friend of your mother in law, Octavia Zulof.
    My husband wants to give me a little birthday party and I am wondering if you cater and if you do not cater small cocktail parties, do you have a recommendation? This would be no hard liquor party but wine and we would like to have 12 guests.
    What do you think?
    I would love it if you could email me and let me know if it is at all possible. The day for celebrationg is June 28.
    Thank you.

  23. Rebecca says:

    Wow! Thanks to you I think I’m turning into my mother. I went to the library and your new book Sheet Pan Suppers was calling to me from the “New Arrival” shelf! I decided to “just read” the cook book (that’s where my mother reference comes in – she would “just read” cookbooks and “get full”) Darn you! Now I’m not satisfied with just reading – I need to buy your new book and try them all! BEAUTIFUL photography! I wish each recipe had a picture so I could keep a picture in my “nailed it” file. Thank you for your beautiful food and daring in such wonderful combinations.

    • Rebecca says:

      Forgot to mention another reason I thoroughly enjoyed the new book – most recipes are easily converted to VEGAN recipes for my daughter and her family. Have you ever thought about doing a book for the vegan pallet? (I’m a carnivore, but am moving toward “meat as a garnish” as I get older.

  24. Betsy says:

    Hi Molly!

    I made your recipe Sheet Pan Supper, Curried Chicken Thighs with Cauliflowet, Apricots & Olives tonight. What a FANTASTIC recipe, so incredibly easy, healthy, yummy, and quick! Thank you!

  25. Taryn says:

    Had to stop by and check out your blog after I picked up your fabulous cookbook! My boyfriend and I have made a few of the recipes and let me tell ya…WOW. Every one, fantastic. So far the pork with butternut squash and the peanut chicken are our favorites. I love the cookbook so much I bought 3 more to give as gifts for Christmas! Thanks so much and we will look forward to exploring the blog and keeping an eye out for another cookbook that we’ll most certainly have to have on hand!

    Regards, Taryn and Thomas(from Seattle!)

  26. Elizabeth says:

    I just read your sheet pan cookbook and LOVE it. Will enjoy following your blog!

  27. Jordana says:

    Hi Molly!

    I don’t usually do this, but I really wanted to let you know how much I love your cookbook! I really enjoy cooking, and trying new things, but felt super stuck when I happened upon your book at the Phoenix Children’s Museum while shopping for a trinket with my 2 year old granddaughter. What a strange place to buy a cookbook!

    Nevertheless, I have now made at least 5 of 6 of the recipes and they have all been delicious! I used to be an avid crockpot user as I work full time, but this fall is going to be a “sheet pan supper ” season for me!

    I have told everyone about it and I’m sure sales from Phoenix, AZ have risen recently as a result. ☺️
    I am now going to follow your blog for new recipes, as well.

    Anyway, well done and thank you!

    PS The oatmeal cookies were a huge hit! They were made for dessert, but didn’t make it past appetizers!

  28. Randi says:

    Costco published several recipes from your Sheet Pan Suppers (with permission). I really liked several of them and wanted to save them, but I absolutely refuse to either “clip” recipes or accumulate any more paper cookbooks. I am not trying to steal your copyrighted work, but I only “save” recipes to one electronic recipe management program (Mastercook). I would be more than willing to purchase that cookbook, but if I cannot move the recipes from the paper cookbook to my electronic one, that is a deal-breaker for me. Any suggestions? (Typing them manually is NOT an option) I know that Amazon offers a Kindle version, but I am not interested in purchasing it without knowing if the document format is one that can be copied and pasted into my recipe management software.

  29. Kathy says:

    Hi…..trying to teach myself to cook! I just got a toaster oven, and cooking low-carb-for-one is my focus. I purchased Sheet Pan Suppers and am going to look into One Pan……any suggestions or direction to point me in, to help/encourage?

  30. Susie says:

    Hi Molly, love your book Sheetpan Suppers and the beautiful photos. In several of the recipes a wire rack is called for. I don’t see it included in Sheet Pan Primer or anywhere else. I’m far from an experienced cook and am confused as to what, why and where this would be used. . Please forgive my culinary ignorance, I’m finding this an extra piece of equipment needed for your sheet pan suppers. Am I missing something here or is this correct? Thank you for your time.

  31. Lisa says:

    Molly, just picked up your Sheet Pan Suppers book at Costco. Went to Bed Bath & Beyond but they don’t have stainless steel 1/2 sheet pans, and reviews I read online elsewhere say they warp when heated. I really prefer stainless to aluminum or non-stick. Any suggestions will be most appreciated! I can hardly wait to try your recipes. They all look and sound so good!

    • molly gilbert says:

      Thanks so much, Lisa! I hear you on the sheet pan dilemma. I’ve actually been using some nice aluminum ones from Chicago Metallic (Nordicware also makes good ones), and they’ve been working/wearing well for me. Good luck and happy cooking!!

  32. Lisa says:

    Do you know of a good stainless steel 1/2 sheet pan that I can buy that doesn’t warp? Or do I have no choice but to use aluminum?


    • molly gilbert says:

      Hi Lisa! Chicago Metallic and Nordicware make nice aluminum sheet pans — if you can’t find a stainless steel one that you like, I’d go with those!

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