Chef Boyardee Heiress Writes a Cookbook; Supperclub Holds Illegal Dinner on Subway
As gas prices continue to rise, a number of farmers on small farms are trading in their tractors and returning to animal labor.
Anna Boiardi, the granddaughter of Mario and great niece of Hector and Paul Boiardi, immigrant brothers who founded Chef Boyardee in 1928, has written a cookbook.
What's interesting about Momofuku Milk Bar's Christina Tosi's nomination for the James Beard Awards is that it's in the category of Rising Star Chef instead of Outstanding Pastry Chef.
The supperclub A Razor, A Shiny Knife held a clandestine 30-minute, 20-course lunch on the L train, and the MTA was not amused.
Rising food prices means more cellulose in your food: Essentially wood pulp, it's used to cheaply thicken or stabilize foods, replace fat, and boost fiber content.
[Wall Street Journal]
ABC has pulled the the Ryan Seacrest-produced reality series Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution from the Tuesday lineup, pushing its final episodes to Friday, due to poor ratings.
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