“We don’t put on Pandora and let it play,” says Joe Campanaro. “The maître d looks around the room and gets a vibe.” And sometimes the maître d would look around the room and see rock royalty, which created a pretty unique vibe, as we find out.
The first episode of Food Club does not disappoint
Apr 15, 2014 4:15 pm
Photo: Ruvan Wijesooriya
Aziz Ansari’s love of food is well documented. He’s taken it to a new level, however, starring alongside fellow comedians Eric Wareheim and Jason Woliner in a new show titled Food Club. The first episode video, after the jump.
Music To Your Mouth has been one of the food and drink world’s best-kept secrets for the past seven years, with the festival held exclusively on the grounds of Palmetto Bluff, South Carolina. The event won’t remain a well-kept secret for much longer, though, as it is hosting one-off events in three other cities, starting with a dinner in Austin, Texas on April 24. Cooking will be none other than John Currence. We caught up with the chef to talk about music in the kitchen, the direction of Southern cooking and Ashley Christensen’s mac and cheese. Mmmm.
One of the kindest things you can do to your dinner is stuff it with something delicious. We've curated 8 recipes from the simplest stuffed tomatoes to...well, take your time with the Beet Wellington. But it's worth it. Whether you're vegetarian, utterly carnivorous, gluten-free or looking to incorporate seasonal ingredients, we've got you covered. Now get stuffing.
After years of cooking at the farmers market and supper clubs, butcher, chef, hunter, educator and author Jesse Griffiths will debut a brick-and-mortar of his Dai Due Butcher Shop in East Austin, Texas this summer. All about the upcoming restaurant, his points of inspiration and why exactly it's better to buy meat at your farmers’ market, after the jump.
We've all been there, rifling through the condiments stuck in the refrigerator door, trying to find that one bottle of mustard that's not going to make that deflating fart sound when you squeeze it. Here's Alton Brown coming to the rescue, with a pretty smart idea for organizing your mustards by storing them upside-down to obtain, well, maximum mustard output. Watch the video here.
Medium is teaming with Lucky Peach to feature the seven articles nominated for a 2014 James Beard Award, starting today with Lisa Hanawalt's excellent "On The Trail With Wylie," in which she followed superchef Wylie Dufresne for a day and then illustrated and wrote about it.
Pasta fans rejoice: you are five simple ingredients away from a steamy plate of creamy, peppery, cheesy spaghetti. Chances are, you have everything you'll need in your pantry. Consult this illustrated guide to making a perfect plate of cacio e pepe ("cheese and pepper") and make it your go-to dish for when you're in a hurry, low on ingredients or simply craving a good bowl of spaghetti.