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My Day on a Plate: Luisa Weiss

In her blog, The Wednesday Chef, cookbook editor, food writer, and home cook Luisa Weiss bakes, fries, and roasts her way through recipes clipped from The New York Times and The Los Angeles...
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Food Online: A to Z

Twenty-six useful, enduring, or simply fascinating food sites, trends, and other Web phenomena.
food politics

Recession Flexitarians

The economic downturn may have a positive effect on the meat-heavy American diet.
food + cooking

The Gross-Food Movement

From burgers on doughnut buns to tacos wrapped in pizza and blueberry pancakes, over-the-top food combinations have colonized the Internet. Here, a closer look at this culinary subculture....
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The Blog That Brought Me Home Again

Reading my father’s daily accounts of his dinners, I’m transported back to my parents’ table—and reminded of the lessons they taught me about food and family.
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Salt, Lime, and Chile

Salt, lime, and chile can turn anything into a Mexican snack and a reminder of people I’ve known.
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Food Bloggers Take SXSW

The massive music and media festival hosted its first-ever panel on food blogging, offering evidence that food blogs have hit the mainstream—but is there room for more?
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A Baking Lesson from John Mayer

The pop superstar makes a cake, and I am reminded of the power of restraint—both in cooking and in music.
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Where the Pigs Have No Name

How one underground supper-club dinner put food geeks back in touch with reality.
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Behind the Blog: Ideas in Food

Gourmet’s Christy Harrison spoke to the bloggers of Ideas in Food about the allure of hydrocolloids and the frustrations of cooking for a New York audience.
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