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Medium Is Running Lucky Peach Stories All This Week, Starting With Wylie Profile

Publishing platform showcases LP's Best
Apr 14, 2014 12:35 pm

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. 

Listen To Comedian Joe Mande Make Fun Of "Foodies"

His new comedy mixtape features funny food riffs
Mar 7, 2014 3:30 pm
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Comedian Joe Mande's new comedy mixtape, Bitchface, is a sort of hybrid stand-up set and hip-hop CD. The writer and occasional actor devotes a few minutes each to Vegansexuals ("A vegan who's decided that he or she's only gonna have sex with other vegans"), milk, soup, and of course, "Foodies." Check out the foodie sketch, where he rightfully points out that, "You have to be a foodie, or you die." 

Totally Serious Reviews On Amazon: Ghost Chili Hot Sauces

Read the best/worst Amazon product reviews, ever
Feb 12, 2014 11:00 am

The ghost chili, or bhut jolokia, is 300 times hotter than a jalapeño. It's been weaponized by India, (the country of its origin) and we've included a video of what happens when you eat one straight. It also makes for a love-hate relationship for the ages, as shown by the following hot sauce reviews.

Wait, There’s A Book Dedicated To Cincinnati Chili? Amazon Order, Made!

A Midwestern foodstuff loved by many Midwesterners
Dec 17, 2013 5:45 pm

Saveur just published a list of their top food books of 2013 — curated by the magazine and website staff members. There are some pretty great picks on there, highlighting the best of the best from the far corners of the cookbook publishing world. But one title in particular stuck out: The Authentic History of Cincinnati Chili by Dann Woellert. We were unaware!

The Jason Vincent Issue Of Middlewest Is Here. Just In Time For The Holidays.

Chicago chef is behind publication's second issue
Dec 5, 2013 2:00 pm
Photo: Huge Galdones

Stumped on what to buy for your favorite home cook this holiday season? We’re here to help out, as December’s arrival has coincided with the release of the second issue of Middlewest, the new publication we’ve followed closely since its release earlier this year. Taking the reins on this issue is Chicago chef Jason Vincent. Read on.

Short Stack Editions Fresh Off The Griddle: Buttermilk, Grits And Sweet Potatoes

Single-topic cookbooks that fit in a stocking
Dec 2, 2013 11:00 am

Short Stack Editions is a small-format publication edited by Nick Fauchald (formerly of Food & Wine and Tasting Table). Launched as a Kickstarter back in May, the company has grown to offer six single-topic cookbooks a year — all written by well-known cookbook authors and journalists. The newest batch has just been released. Here are the details.

Meet J.J. Goode, The Erik Spoelstra Of Cookbook Collaborators

He’s worked with the food world’s biggest names
Nov 13, 2013 12:45 pm

Meet New Jersey-based journalist named J.J. Goode, who has collaborated with big names in the food world like Zak Pellaccio, Adam Perry Lang and Morimoto. He's just released a book with Thai chef Andy Ricker, which is one of our favorites of the fall.


Hold The Vegan Puns! The (Meatless) November Issue Of Food Thinkers Has Arrived.

And we're not talking about pimping veggie burgers
Nov 4, 2013 3:00 pm

This month's issue of Food Thinkers goes meat-free with a lineup of stories that extends beyond pimping out your veggie burger. This is not your garden-variety vegetarian recipe roundup. It’s all about the vegan butchery. The what? Here’s the full lineup:


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