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Spicy fresh ginger cake, borrowed and tweaked from Orangette's book, A Homemade Life
The re-launched BonAppetit.com is LIVE!
One of my favorite articles from the latest issue: "French Women do Drink Wine"
Ruhlman's writing snack: fluffy, flakey popovers.
Head's up NorCal! Shauna Lydon (Formerly of the French Laundry, Bouchon and Citizen Cake) is offering 3 baking and knife skills class in May, located in the Bay Area.
The Knife's How to run a great restaurant Top 5. Profiled: Grace (Los Angeles)
SuperChef reports: Marcus Samuelsson throws his celebrity chef toque into the name-brand cookware arena
"A few weeks ago, Los Angeles County supervisors passed a new law restricting taco truck vendors from selling their goods in any one location for more than an hour."
From the Bon AppÃ©tit Editors' Blog.
We all know that ethical treatment of animals for slaughter is a hot topic...but is PETA's $1 mil reward for lab-produced chicken meat too far? Article on Slate.
'Not So Fast, For Cod's Sake:' Barry Estabrook's column for the Politics of the Plate section of Gourmet online.
AT gives us another way to have a fabulous table and help save the world, all at once. For every Milk Bottle Carafe sold by Three Potato Four, $1 will be donated to Action Against Hunger
Part of photographer Jon Huck's ongoing study of people & the breakfast they eat.
Michael Ruhlman elaborates on another entry from his indispensable book Elements of Cooking. [Ed note: Ruhlman is a genius.]
A lovely taste of France in New York at the new Macaroon Cafe from NYCNosh
Coffee Cuffs, handmade by Contexture--gorgeous green design, courtesy of MightyGoods
Orangette whips up beautiful Cocoa Nib Pavlova-inspired Meringues