An amazing selection of Bob’s Red Mill products at a local market.
I made this classic Moosewood dish, African Pineapple Peanut Stew this weekend and it was fantastic.
You can this class—either just audit or take it for a certificate—called Food For Thought. It offers “a scientific framework for understanding food and its impact on health and society from past to present.”
Braised Chicken with Preserved Lemons and Olives from Tasting Table sure sounds really good right now.
Before I read this Southern Foodways Alliance article, I had never heard of Delta tamales. Now I want to eat a whole plate of them! Two major differences—these are made with cornmeal and are simmered, as opposed to being made with masa and cooked by steaming.
The big local kefuffle over new Mayor De Blasio eating NYC pizza with a knife and fork.
These grain-free crackers from Zen Belly sound really good. I might use cumin seeds in them, too.
These vintage food-oriented posters are a lot of fun.
Food52′s version of an M. Wells’s brussels sprouts salad also looks pretty good.
This Kale and Sausage Soup from Holistic Squid looks like a terrific winter meal.
Food Republic’s Onion Tart is the kind of recipe that encourages me to buy the good puff pastry at Whole Foods. Or learn to make it myself.
My recent meal at Mu Ramen, which was a delight.
I love this Chowhound thread on hole in the wall places in NYC. Not surprising, a lot of them are in Queens (and are awesome).