Everybody knows who the Democrats will nominate for president this week. But who will they nominate in four years, or 12? Chances are those folks are in Charlotte, and party regulars are looking for them. Away from the TV cameras, a convention can resemble an NFL scouting combine, as everyone hunts ... More >>
Last week, a commenter on the "Talk" question boards on the Serious Eats website asked people what their favorite fictional foods are. It turns out many of us have shared strong relationships with the foods in the books we grew up reading.
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Henry Rollins doesn't keep his political opinions quiet; in a column last fall about the Occupy protesters he recounted how senator Rand Paul "made a fool of himself trying to compare them ... More >>
The Bocuse d'Or USA competition was held yesterday at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, N.Y., to determine who will represent America in the next annual International Bocuse d'Or, held in France a year from now.
The winner? Richard Rosendale, executive chef of the Greenbrier i ... More >>
HORTON FOOTE DIES, AT 92
From The New York Times:
Horton Foote, who chronicled America's wistful odyssey through the 20th century in plays and films mostly set in a small town in Texas, died in Hartford, Conn., on March 4, 2009. He was 92.
Mr. Foote wrote more than 60 plays, most of which are ... More >>