My gastronomic Saturday, feasting on my favorite Japanese and French delights! :D
Robert Steinberg, co-creator of Scharffen Berger Chocolate Maker passed away last week. John Scharffenberger’s tribute to his friend and business partner.
The Atlantic Monthly's Corby Kummer examines this doughy subject: "When bakers break up, who gets custody of the recipes?"
this guy loves fruit and seeds more than your vegan health nut bff does. stunning images, but more, love listening to the scientist say fruit and seeds contain "little tiny baby plants"
Creamy Chai Cheesecake (or is it pots de crème?)
fountain of youth? not quite. but the secret to long life may be a chianti formula discovered in one of Italy's oldest pharmacies. i'll drink to that.
California Sugar Plums with Fresh Ginger and the Sparks in my Oven!
Vertical Farm of the Near Future - Skyscraper farming could produce food for 50,000 people and cut costs.
Taking a photograph of your meal before you eat it can encourage weight loss, a new study suggests.
Where is your food really from? Dare you see the truth beyond your plate?
Tombstone Deep Dish Pizza vending machine. Could be the sign of the Apocalypse. Or could be the sign of genius.
teenage mutant ninja strawberry
Pumpkins, squash and much, much more at the Bristol Organic Food Festival!
A delicate-crumbed cupcake, subtly flavoured with homemade coconut extract and milk.
Very traditional very delicious : Turkish baked Rice Pudding
Is that a 6-foot zucchini or is your garden just happy to see you? Apollonia Castitlione came home from vacation to find her zucchini had naturally grown to 6 feet
Sprinkles a little lawsuit happy? trying to force name change on Sprinkled Pink Cupcake Couture. (will they also try to stop people from using "sprinkles" in general?)
Starbucks launched their new healthy breakfast program...
Win your very own Sherbet Party--delivered right to your door. Five quarts of sherbet and all the supplies you need.
who said cupcakes are dead?
Mark Bittman's TED talk on the problem's with our diet. His solution: less meat, less junk, more plants --> eat REAL food
[SlowFood] A snail made entirely of bread at Slow Food Nation.
So excited that today Italy released a postage stamp in honor of its extra-delicious spaghetti all'amatriciana
judge tossed out an ordinance that makes it a misdemeanor for taco trucks to park (and serve!) for more than an hour in LA. carne asada is not a crime!
o the shameful blush of wine spectator - giving a wine award to a milan restaurant...that was made up!! (by the reporter just to prove this point exactly)
Steamy Kitchen cookbook is almost done!
An illustrated, personal guide for anyone thinking of going to culinary school.
Sylvia Weinstock's latest creation, a replica of the earth, can be yours for just $2,265.
Apple season is beginning and you should know that the Gravenstein apple is an endangered species. As my husband pointed out, unlike an endangered animal, the way to save this apple is to eat it.
WHAT exactly did the scientists prove when they concluded that beer goggles are "real?" DUH. isn't it called "i'm intoxicated and can't make good decisions?"
The LAPD cracks down on bacon-wrapped hot dog vendors in Hollywood.
Too many tomatoes? No such thing! See what everyone around the blogosphere is doing with their surplus of the garden goodie.
all those gold medals are impressive but what's more remarkable? michael phelps's diet of 12,000 calories a DAY. (does anyone eat that in a week?!)
julia child was a spy. AWESOME. [NPR mentions that she helped to "cook up" a shark repellent for submarines]