Articles Tagged “food”
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Today, we congrate everyone for their Herculean efforts in turning a beastly dessert beautiful.
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For the next two weeks, we're hosting our own Summer Food Fights on FOOD52 -- come play along! Big prizes await.
This is Day Four of the Style-Off, a grueling battle to beautify the likes of a helplessly brown, British dessert. After Heidi Swanson of 101 Cookbooks, Sunday Suppers’ Karen Mordechai, and Todd Coleman of Saveur each stepped up, we finally throw our submission into the ring.
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Save this one for your next commute, train ride, or Sunday morning cup of coffee -- The Bygone Bureau, a really fantastic online arts and culture magazine, has published its first e-book, The Biggest Yam. The topic? Food writing, with 11 essays hand-picked from their archives.
Why an e-book about food, when The Bygone Bureau publishes all sorts of essays? From the introduction by editor Kevin Nguyen: "Although The Bygone Bureau has never been a site specifically about food, we realized that over the past five years, we've talked a lot about food -- stories of cooking, eating, and being very full. Also, it gave us the opportunity to title something The Biggest Yam."
The essays in The Biggest Yam include a barista's plea for better treatment, a plain-foodist's manifesto ("No cream cheese or butter? Jelly?" "Just plain."), no fewer than three stories of cooking disasters, and yes, a piece about a really enormous root vegetable.
The e-book is the perfect length for a lazy afternoon or a well-deserved coffee break, and its price is nothing to balk at, either. Read the first essay here, download the whole thing to your Kindle or iPhone, and get ready to indulge.
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We're hosting our own Summer Food Fights on FOOD52 -- come play along! Big prizes await.
This is Day Three of the Style-Off, a grueling battle to beautify the likes of a helplessly brown, British dessert. We’ve seen Heidi Swanson of 101 Cookbooks and Sunday Suppers’ Karen Mordechai take on the pudding. Today: Todd Coleman of Saveur gives it his best, seductive shot.
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