Tune in for episode 3, in which we cover the topic of first food jobs, and how aspiring food writers can get their start.Read More »
Articles Tagged “peter”
Cal Peternell sent his oldest son to college with kitchen tools, the same ones he uses daily in the kitchen at Chez Panisse -- each beloved and essential to any kitchen.Read More »
Huckleberry and Lunch at the Shop are up next, with A.J. Jacobs judging. Who will come out on top, in this battle between breakfast and lunch?Read More »
There's no need to feel bogged down by bushels of apples. We polled a few chefs, writers, and cooks to get their advice on what to do when apples abound.Read More »
Have you ever wondered whether Peter Meehan would rather be a crustacean or a bivalve? Same here! So we asked him, along with a few more substantive questions, since there's a new issue of Lucky Peach coming soon!Read More »
We're sitting down with Peter Miller to talk about life's most fleeting midday meal, and why we should all stop what we're doing to enjoy it (Plus -- a giveaway!)Read More »
Making your own bagels takes some time, but it's quite easy once you get over any lingering fears. Thankfully, Kenzi is here to hold our hand throughout the whole process, with a recipe and step-by-step instructions.
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The last time we saw Charlie, he was making some pretty forward advances at Merrill's little girl, Clara. (Don't worry, they're still friends.) Today, we get a very special look at Charlie as he gobbles down a meal. On the menu? Kale and sweet potatoes from Lucky Dog Organics in the Catskills, a favorite of Charlie's dad Peter.
Orange foods (sweet potatoes, carrots, cantaloupe) are a big hit with Charlie. Then why dress him in white onesies, we asked? "They're specifically to make these early meals so photogenic," Peter told us, and we can't help but agree. Enjoy the above photo of Charlie with his mom Sarah -- soon he won't look so clean!Read More »
Batter pudding? How about Szechuan Lamb Dumplings from Mission Chinese Food?Read More »
From his first day of culinary school to his family dinner table, Tom muses on bread baking.Read More »