Here’s a taste of this week’s jam-packed reading list of goodness: a members-only restaurant supper club, the new “milk” slated to take over the world, and a restaurant with mechanized chefs. Devour happily, friends!
Long weekends mean another opportunity for brunch, more time for a binge-watch sesh, and of course, a few extra moments to get some reading in. And so for your literary pleasure, we present our newest picks of fab food reads.
The annual James Beard Award gala for chefs and restaurants was on May 7, so this week we’re celebrating some of the JBFA winners outside of the kitchen. The Media Awards, disseminated at the end of April, celebrate the best of food media, broadcasts, and journalism. We picked out some of our favorites for a “feeder’s digest.” Happy reading!
Chef Fabio Viviani rounds out the trio of dinners in our exclusive #CarpeDinner series with PEPCID® in Chicago
This week, we’re celebrating the weird and the wonderful — bacon cryptocurrency, a deep dive into the merits of MSG, Trader Joe’s secrets revealed, and much more. Hungry for more? Make sure to check out past reading lists!
Chef Matt Abdoo of Pig Beach and Pig Bleecker brings his Italian-barbecue flavors to the second event of the #carpedinner series.
Need something to cut through your 4/20-fueled haze? How ’bout some good food reads? Just try not to get Cheeto dust all over your keyboard while you read about forthcoming sliced ketchup, a fungi-based “salmon” burger, a Sriracha love affair gone sour, and more.
If you see the word “frittata” and think “Been there, done that,” think again. This Iranian variety, kuku sabzi, is the perfect way to perk up tired taste buds. It’s generally served during Nowruz, or Persian New Year, to symbolize rebirth and fertility…but we love it so much we’re eating it all year long.
The ratio of herbs to eggs is much higher than a typical omelet or frittata, making it ideal for when you’ve got a fridge full of greens that are about to go bad. This recipe calls for cilantro, dill, and parsley, but feel free to experiment with other greens you may have on hand.
In the mood for some quirky and delicious reads? Enjoy our curated selection of literary snacks, from a ramen noodle vending machine to our latest binge-worthy food show. Got a craving for something else? Let us know what we can feed you, because Mama Feastly wants ever wants you to go hungry.
Spring has sprung and with it a brand new selection of weekly food reads. We’re devouring everything from a robot chicken mom (yup!) to a service that calls itself the Spotify of cookbooks. Let us know what you’re reading in the comments – we’re always up for seconds.