Paris’ Salon de l’Agriculture Exhibits French Food Roots
Cook_Inc. On A High-End Path To Food, Art And Adventure | It takes courage to start a new high-end food magazine — whether in print or in app form — in an economic climate such as today’s. Cook_inc. was launched in November 2011 by Anna Morelli, an Italian-Peruvian woman living in Lucca, Tuscany. Its scope is the new and the up-and-coming in top gastronomy, whether it […]
Vive La French Brotherhoods Of Pigs’ Feet! And Stew!
Mauro Musso, artisan pasta maker at work in Alba, Piemonte
Traditional Market Gardens Take Root Again in Istanbul | The purple skin of the Kavak fig is so thin that the fruit can be eaten whole, without peeling — and so fragile that it cannot be transported long distances. One of the few places this Istanbul delicacy is grown is a small market garden (known as a bostan in Turkish) in Rümeli Kavağı, a […]
‘Soup for Syria’ Dips Into Refugees’ Culinary Lore | When faced with almost 1 million needy people, a bowl of soup — even a large vat — doesn’t go a very long way. But Barbara Massaad refuses to let the daunting scale of the ongoing Syrian refugee crisis in Lebanon deter her from doing her small part to help — one bowl of soup […]