We passed on Slow Food Nation, spending the weekend celebrating the bounty of the Bay Area's foodshed in other ways.
Fritz Knipschildt's always whimsical chocolates look as good as they taste. Here: peach and marigold truffles.
for all the So-Long-Summer entertaining in the next few weeks, a beautiful twirly tray for a dip in the center and chips around the twirl.
Black Tea flavoured Kit-Kat bar and other crazy Asian treats!
using nuts as a bowl. they're painted white or gold, though it would have been beautiful, if not confusing, to keep them natural colored
Where's the Joy (of Cooking) in this?
[SlowFood] Find out how classic Italian meat slicers are refurbished for cutting the perfect, thin slices of charcuterie. Live from Slow Food Nation.
Dainty stuffed cookies made with three types of TCHO Chocolate.
You may have tried French boudin but have you ever had Cajun boudin? Find out everything you've ever wanted to know about this authentic "Cajun Country" treat.
Lovely Belgium beer, Delirium Tremens!
[SlowFood] What beers to beer brewers love? Find out from some of the nation's best on this video from the Beer Pavilion at Slow Food Nation.
[SlowFood] Crema di lardo is like butter from a pig
[SlowFood] An artsy display of olive oils at this weekend's ultimate foodie event, Slow Food Nation in San Francisco.
Experimental Farming. EPCOT (in Walt Disney World, Orlando) experiments with farming fruits, vegetables, and protein. But, is it science? Or science fiction?
It's garlic season. Go see your local garlic farmer to stock up. ...And some tips on storing and using fresh garlic.
Kuih Bahulu, the Malaysian version of madeleines.
The largest character from the Kyoto Daimonji Fire Festival appears on this soft, sweet and chewy namagashi confection.
Cheese straws without an ounce of dairy to be found
So excited that today Italy released a postage stamp in honor of its extra-delicious spaghetti all'amatriciana
Fresh mint tea is amazing, but it's even better when you make it with Brewed Chocolate!
Have you seen this gadget on a late night infomercial? It actually works!
SPAM Singles. Now I can enjoy my favorite mystery meat in moderation!
Creative cupcakes for a corn on the cob party
Funnel: Use it - Fold it - Store it. The collapsible kitchen funnel is a simple, functional and practical object, which only takes up space when it is in use.
Basil Chocolate Ice-Cream with toasted coconut.
oh HELLO, gorgeous glasses. the functional-ness of the insulating double wall is also what makes these champagne flutes so pretty
SF Chronicle's top 10 kitchen gadgets. couldn't agree more about the mandoline! i don't think i'd even want to cook at all if i didn't have a benriner (which is shown)
Fresh fig filled chocolate candy bar. You can not go wrong with just 2 ingredients!
mooncakes in the shape of moons (bums!)
Craving peanut sauce? Here's an easy stir-fry recipe for peanut chicken and broccoli- and if you're allergic to peanuts, try Sunbutter.
The best donut you'll ever have _ plus more fried foods that can't be beat.
article about business and package design process at Coca Cola, though i'm really just interested in the new pretty aluminum bottles and branded recycling bins
Pixifood: Any food substance that is highly pleasant to the taste as a child and tastes shockingly unpleasant once you become an adult.
In Japan the furoshiki is used to wrap and carry bento lunch boxes and is really great for picnics. Eco-friendly and beautiful too!