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Books on the History of Food

by mielimato 14 years ago

Anyone have a recommendation for a book on the history of food (i.e. different ways in which it has been consumed and prepared over the centuries and across cultures)? Something that is also fun t...

Hell's Kitchen: Getting Hot!

by HungryForMore 14 years ago

Best night EVER: Ramsey (to Keith): I personally don't think you're ready to run a kitchen. Keith: I personally think you have a thing for Virginia. Ramsey: Why do you have to be so rude...

Do Food Reviewers Troll This Site?

by AliceS 14 years ago

I hope this is the right board to post this question, but it is something I have wondered for a long time: do food reviewers visit chowhound, either for ideas of places to check out or for the word...

New Yorker Magazine

by shaebones 14 years ago

Did I miss the food issue of the NYer magazine this summer? If so what month?

Saveur magazine's website

by joypirate 14 years ago

Really, really stinks. Seriously. Everytime I'm at work and I remember a recipe I read I basically don't even bother. I wanted to chime in on a discussion on the home cooking board about whole ...

T V food programming

by gudeatz 14 years ago

WLIW create is a 24 hour station that offers approx. 1/3 food programming. Trotter, Bittman, Capriel&John, BBQ University, and Pepin are a few off the shows that are offered.

Bourdain on Beirut

by Alexandra Eisler 14 years ago

In Salon today: http://www.salon.com/mwt/feature/2006/07/28/bourdain_beirut/

"Cheap Thrills Montreal" -- is it reliable?

Gary Soup
by Gary Soup 14 years ago

I just picked up a slender volume called "Cheap Thrills Montreal -- Great Montreal Meals for Under $15.00." It's by Nancy Marelli and Simon Dardick. It lists about 90 restaurants, and what attract...

Episode 2: Feasting on Asphalt

by Phaedrus 14 years ago

I liked this episode less than I did the first one. Even though they blew through St. Louis and featured the best thing, IMHO, in St. Louis out of many: Ted Drewe's frozen custard. AB was certain...

FYI: NYT "Beer Tourism" article

by psb 14 years ago

possibly of interest to some: http://travel2.nytimes.com/2006/08/06/travel/06Beer.html

Linda Ellerbee's Take Big Bites

by Aromatherapy 14 years ago

I've been enjoying this book--a collection of short memoir pieces with lots of travel and food. Worth checking out of the library. "What the hell. I like to eat. I like to travel. And I like to tal...

NYC Interest -- Time Out New York Food Reviews on Demand @ Time-Warner Cable

by Dave Feldman 14 years ago

I stumbled upon TONY's on demand channel, #1112, and noted that they have an extensive number of restaurant reviews, reports, and thematic roundups (e.g. best gardens, best places in Queens). They...

Anybody Seen Saveur in French?

by oakjoan 14 years ago

My son gave me a copy of a mag called "Saveur" that was in French. It was really great, with articles on food that was not from the usual suspect countries. Macedonia was one, I think.... I've...

"Curry" the book

by kare_raisu 14 years ago

has anyone read this latest book to hit the food history section? ive got to pick it up!


by Withnail42 14 years ago

I’m always on the lookout for books on gastronomy. Any recommendations? Old or new it doesn’t matter.

Behind the Scenes at Good Eats

by melly 14 years ago

We really liked this show. It was lots of fun to watch. Any other thoughts?

Garlic and Sapphires

by Emilief 14 years ago

I began reading this book on Saturday and could not put it down until I finished it. After reading it I felt like I really do not know anything about food (although I thought I did) and that New Yo...

Restaurant/Server blog

by alakate 14 years ago

I have heard from a few friends who work in restaurants in the Boston area that there is a server blog. Does anyone know about this?

Fresh ...TV show

by melly 14 years ago

It's on LIME...whatever that means. Or maybe it's on Fittv. Called Living Fresh. I watched the hostess, Sara Snow, plate what she said was perfect risotto. I never saw her cook it..and after ...

Like a Local

by sixelagogo 14 years ago

Just got back from Amsterdam where I ate a meal at a like a local sponsored restaurant. I reserved the meal through http://like-a-local.com/ which hooks up local hosts with people who want to meet...

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