The IACP, which would be the International Association of Culinary Professionals and not the International Association of Chiefs of Police -- yes, that's an old joke now, but you try googling IACP and see what you
get -- announced their 2012 award winners at their annual conference last night in Ne ... More >>
Ten days. Six chowders. No rules. Celebrate National Soup Month at Gladstone's annual chowder fest. In addition to traditional New England and Manhattan chowders, chef Dean Grill has created four nouveau chowders including roasted corn and chicken, kale and andouille, butternut squa ... More >>
"Does foodie culture do anyone any good?" That's the substantial question that the Weekly's food critic Jonathan Gold and writer Adam Gopnik will discuss at Zócalo Public Square on Feb. 22. Tickets are free, but you'll want to make a reservation quick. Zócalo events -- especially with prominent ... More >>
The New Yorker's latest food issue (November 21, 2011) hits the stands, just in time for Thanksgiving. Add good food writing to the long list of what to be thankful for this year. In this issue?
Calvin Trillin -- who is a thank-you-god category all to himself -- on what to eat in Nova Scoti ... More >>
A. Scattergoodhomemade crepes
Salon: The crepes that crossed the Atlantic, or an 82-year-old Mennonite-turned-artist discusses her family recipe in Salon's new "heirloom" series.
KCET Food: Fair Trade products available in California, and where to find them.
Stick A Fork In It: 10 Great Fo ... More >>
Some food for thought from local, national and international news sources from this past week:
-- Hershey and Ferrero collaborate on a bid for Cadbury. [NPR]
-- Pies in the time of pumpkin famine. [NPR]
-- Cannibals arrested for selling human steak to kabob house. [Reuters]
-- Get ready for r ... More >>