Behind the scenes of a sometimes quirky profession.CONTINUE READING
A remembrance of the late, great chef Jean-Louis Palladin, who helped transform the dining landscape in the United States.
Why does the public, and even the industry, tend to forget chefs more easily than writers, actors, filmmakers, and musicians? We give it a think.
The profession offers more possibilities than ever; shouldn’t our language reflect that?
Anthony Bourdain’s Presence, and Absence, Have Been Palpable at this Year’s Cayman Cookout
Publishing budgets aren’t what they used to be. One author’s tale of what it took to get on the road and promote a book in 2018.
The Intellectual Indefensibility of the Paper’s Four Seasons Review Just Came Into High Relief
Picking a Restaurant Has Become an Emotional and Social Minefield for Diner and Chef
A few of my favorite podcasts …
Where I went this week, in the post I swore I’d never write
Notes from the Week in Toqueland (February 2 – February 9, 2018)
A selection of amusing and/or poignant moments from coast to coast that I couldn’t fit into my new book
Notes on the Week in Toqueland (January 27 – February 2)