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The wood-oven cook in the Mediterranean Garden
We’re one step closer to the winner’s circle. In Round 3, Decision 1, April Bloomfield, author of A Girl and Her Pig and chef of a number…
In Round 2, Decision 4, Amanda Cohen, chef and owner of Dirt Candy in New York City, settles the feud between Saving the Season and Notes…
The Piglet is showing no signs of letting up. In Round 2, Decision 3, longtime writer for The New Yorker Tad Friend — who may or may not be…
The Medium and the Message
No stranger to drama (or Scandal), actor Josh Malina navigates this competition like a pro.
Cupcakes, happiness, and one heck of a match up: In Round 1, Decision 8, Kerry Diamond, co-owner of three Brooklyn eateries and editorial…
It’s yet another showdown at The Piglet. In Round 1, Decision 7, The Art of Fermentation takes on Notes from the Larder and photographer…
The Wood-Oven Cook in the Mediterranean Garden
The Blue Crab
“I gave him an evasive answer. I told him, ‘Go fuck yourself.’ — Orson Welles quoting Carl Laemmle
Get to know your produce. In Round 1, Decision 6, Kat Kinsman of Eatocracy weighs in on Vegetable Literacy vs.
Sweet and sour settle the score. In Round 1, Decision 5, Tejal Rao, Senior Writer at Tasting Table, keeps the competitors in line as Smoke…
“Now a short digression: If you wanted to create a fictional foil for Alice Waters, you’d have to invent Roberta’s.
Here we go again: In Round 1, Decision 3, The New Persian Kitchen goes head-to-head with Family Table: Favorite Staff Meals from Our…
First Up: Balaboosta vs. A.O.C. Cookbook
“May I help you?” the proprietor asked, startling me, making me freeze in mid-spin.
Mary Roach on the Science of Eating Until You Explode
The Shmoo was the brilliant 1948 invention of Al Capp, the cartoonist who brought us Li’l Abner.
Cowgirl Creamery Cooks
The Pope of Aligot and the French Culinary Resistance
All Gone: A Memoir of My Mother’s Dementia. With Refreshments
Robicelli’s: A Love Story, With Cupcakes
Daniel Patterson’s Coi: Stories and Recipes
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