No matter how you feel about Food Network’s programming (and why it seems as if celebrity chef Bobby Flay has no less than 30 shows on the network), its food competition shows are entertaining (and mildly addictive). Food Network
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THIS IS PART OF A SERIES ON THE FOOD, CULTURE, AND SIGHTS OF HUATULCO, MEXICO Nearly a decade had passed since I visited Mexico as a bright-eyed college freshman intent on having an “authentic experience.” Even in my youth I
Call me a germophobe, but I rarely use public bathrooms. I mean, have you seen the movie Contagion? Recently, I had dinner at one of my Old City favorites and used the bathroom there for the first time. When I was washing my hands, I was
Foie gras literally translates to “fatty liver” and is achieved primarily through force feeding an animal (usually a goose) in an effort to encourage the rapid, unnatural growth of its liver. I am not a fan of foie gras and the
OK, shameless plug time. As many of you know, I am writing a book–a dining guide of sorts–focused on the city of Philadelphia. In fact, the Food Lovers’ Guide to Philadelphia is available for pre-order right now on Amazon!