Every year, the turkey question comes up: How are we going to cook it this year? The same old traditional roast with giblet gravy? Something livened up with a spice rub or citrus glaze? Hey, what if we deep-fry the bird? What if we smoke it? What if we don't have turkey at all?[related]
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A restaurant in Houston is handing out “rule cards” to parents who bring their children in to dine.
Ana Beaven and Charlie McDaniel own the Mexican restaurant Cuchara. The couple, who have owned the restaurant for three years, decorated it with a collection of artworks sourced mostly from Mexico.
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An episode of South Park called "You're Not Yelping," which aired on October 14, poked fun at Yelpers, depicting them as arrogant and self-important.[related] ("I told him who I am. I'm a Yelp reviewer.")
It was all the usual clever, scatological, off-the-wall South Park stuff — but according to... Read more
The Wine Market Council, a California-based non-profit trade association of grape growers, wine producers, importers, wholesalers, retailers, and others in around the world of wine, has released the results of its 2015 study of consumers' online wine-buying habits. Some 7,294 wine drinkers, their... Read more
Arturo (Art) Lopez wasn't sure what to make of a couple of New Yorkers who wanted to talk to him about puffy tacos. We found him, one afternoon back in the late 1990s, across the street from Ray's Drive Inn, watching a friend work on his car. Were we trying to sell him advertising? Hhe wondered. No... Read more
If it were April 1, you'd think it was a parody — an article that will appear in the New York Times T Magazine on October 25 maintaining that "the most exquisite food in the world, say many celebrated chefs" is that prepared by a 59-year-old Buddhist nun named Jeong Kwan at the seventh-century... Read more
It isn't hard to find Iain Spink at the Dundee Flower & Food Festival, a sprawling outdoor fair full of food stalls, cooking contests, exhibition gardens, product displays, and more held every September at Dundee's Camperdown Country Park. A plume of woodsmoke rises from his corner of the... Read more
Every year, in acknowledgement of World Food Day (today), WalletHub, a financial information site, releases its list of America's "Best and Worst Foodie [their word, not ours] Cities for Your Wallet."
To obtain their rankings, the site asked a panel of experts, mostly nutrition specialists (... Read more