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.
Ready to seize the meal? Pepcid® and Feastly invite you to #carpedinner – get unforgettable culinary experiences at the chef’s table. First up in this exclusive dinner series is Chef Bruce Kalman, executive chef and owner of Union Pasadena and Knead & Co Pasta Bar.
Krysten Wasik found her passion for food while recovering from an eating disorder as a teen. Although she’s worked in non-culinary jobs, she’s always made her way back to the kitchen. After having her son, she founded MomNoms, an educational catering company. Currently, Krysten works for Google Food.
Feel rejuvenated with our fresh, new food reads! From a heartwarming tale about grandma’s in the kitchen to the dangers of gold mining to Ghanaian chocolate production, this list has it all.
This monthly column celebrates great Instagram photos from our community of food-lovers. You all seriously live the feast! Each month, we’ll choose one photo from the list, and the foodie photog will win a free seat to an upcoming Feastly event. Want your photos featured? Make sure to tag your ‘Grams with #feastly to be considered.
Jöne Pan has a computer science degree and an MBA, but food has always been her passion. After leaving the corporate world behind, she cooked under various Michelin-starred chefs in the Bay Area and France, including Christopher Kostow, Hélène Darroze, Mauro Colagreco, Jean-François Piège, and David Kinch. After experiencing some chronic health problems and leaving the restaurant kitchen, Jöne learned she was intolerant to gluten, eggs, and dairy. She adopted an anti-Candide and Paleo lifestyle, which eliminated her health issues. Jönes Gelato is a dessert she herself can eat — it’s Paleo, gluten-free, egg-free, and sugar-free — but it’s also delicious!
Michelle Pusateri is the founder and creative head of Nana Joe’s Granola. A former pastry chef, Michele has cooked at notable San Francisco establishments like the Fairmont Hotel and Nopa. She first started making granola to keep her energy up during long surf sessions, and now Nana Joe’s appears in restaurants, stores, and at farmer’s markets. All of the products are gluten-free and vegan with no traditional sugars — maple syrup is the sweetener of choice. There are also grain-free options, bars, and a new Chef’s Blend Series.
A native of Lima, Chef Antoanet “Toni” Aburto veganizes the cuisine of her home with her Chica Vegan pop-ups. She moved to the United States when she was 19 and has been working in the hospitality industry in various forms ever since! When she isn’t cooking, Toni donates her time to causes near to her heart, like animal rights, homelessness, mental health, women of color.
It’s our favorite time of the week! What time is that, you ask? Reading list time! From restaurant reservation scandals to Oscar-worthy donuts, this week’s collection is positively bursting with the weird and the wonderful.