Flux Gourmet occasionally reminded me of the films of Peter Greenaway, who often juxtaposed the grotesque or disturbing with the beautiful and ethereal.
For all of the book’s fascinating revelations, The Lost Southern Chefs leaves the reader with a number of unanswered questions.
Theresa Rebeck’s foodie comedy Seared is more of an amiable appetizer than a substantial entree.
The current rage for inserting the personal/confessional in everything from cookbooks to literary criticism can go too far.
Jake Cohen is “modern” in that he takes a contemporary approach at spreading the gospel; he is an expert at using social media.
The Rise is the rare cookbook that does more than offer a culinary and educational journey. It inspires.
I confess that I was one of those schmucks who tried (and failed) to stay vigilant in my high-minded refusal to eat at Chick-fil-A.
There are 170 recipes in King Solomon’s Table . Joan Nathan, a sort of culinary archeologist, tracks down the details of their origins to Biblical times.
A local company has come to the thirst-quenching rescue with DRINKmelon, the industry’s first pure watermelon water.
Somerville’s Union Square hosts four chocolate companies, in renovated warehouses.