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Caught an episode of Chef/Restaurateur Marcus Samuelsson's 'No Passports Required' on PBS and it was absorbing and delightful. Part of a 6-part series, this one focused on his visit to the Middle E...
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Celebrity chef/restaurateur Guy Fieri has produced a new documentary for the Food Network. It is titled: 'Restaurant Hustle 2020: All on the Line'. It airs starting on 12/27 & 12/28. It follows sev...
These guys sound truly horrible.
Has anyone out there seen the movie First Cow. I just saw it and I recomend it, especially for foodies. The film, set in frontier Oregon, has food and baking at the heart of it. I'm not g...
An entertaining and informative read from “the Bernstein of Bucatini”.
It is one of my favorite culinary-themed movies from 2007, albeit animated, and it is being turned into a musical.
Might be just the therapy we need right now...
Does anyone know what happened to finerkitchens? It goes to the maintenance page and has been that way for quite awhile.
When is charcuterie NOT charcuterie?
this seems like a way a lot of recipe-seekers will be set-up to fail and why i always, always remind people to use trusted sources only.
Chinatowns are deserted. Chinese restaurants suffered early on in the pandemic and disproportionately from the decline in business.
Time to order take-out and to do what you can to keep your loc...
I have seen like no new recipes from her this past year. Is she on sabbatical? Did she leave? Is she working on a new book? I miss her posts. She hasn't even tweeted in ages.
"California State Veterinarian Dr. Annette Jones has granted a 24-hour permit clearing all brand inspection and health requirements for nine reindeer scheduled to visit California on the evening of...
" . . . The team sees growing Ourboros Steaks as do-it-yourself project – not-cannibals will be able to buy a DIY kit containing swabs for collecting cheek cells, pre-grown scaffolds made from mush...
" . . . We need to start paying attention to the people who raise our food—the farmers, the fishermen, the ranchers, the dairy people. We need to understand how important they are. It’s really a ma...
Let the pizza debates begin...again! Ranking pizzas across the country is a daunting and controversial undertaking, yet the media continues to stoke the flames in the oven. This is the latest from ...
" . . . On the one hand, these studies confirm how hard it is to make indoor dining safe,since masks cannot be worn while eating. Airborne transmission is not only possible while dining, it is poss...
"While mid-century fare in America may have been humdrum, Walt's world of food was filled with fantasy and color; he was committed to making the dining experience at Disneyland entertaining—just li...
" . . . About half of those polled say they’ve struggled to afford food, while 37% report skipping meals themselves so there was enough food for their children to eat. Yet 63% said they didn’t real...
As we end Healthy Soils Week 2020 in California, this is a good time to watch "Living Soil", a documentary about the importance of safeguarding soil health.
“Educating consumers about the on-fa...