Paula Wolfert

  • Blogs

    June 20, 2013

    Marion Nestle on Her History With Food Studies and the Future of Food Politics

    Look around New York City, and you will see hundreds of this town's young, hip denizens picking up a bundle of organic kale at their local farmers' markets while chatting about their rooftop beekeeping operations or basement brewing ventures. And many of those people are taking their hobbies one ste ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 7, 2012

    Winners of the James Beard Foundation's Book, Broadcast and Journalism Awards

    The winners of the James Beard Foundation's media awards were announced last night (the glitzy chef awards will be presented tonight and you can follow along here, if you like). Congratulations to all of the winners!

  • Blogs

    October 3, 2011

    What's Happening This Week: Sushi & Sake; A Month of Cheese

    Our weekly dining and drinking newsletter features all the hottest epicurean events in the city. Sign up for it here! Sushi & Sake 101 SUSHISAMBA 7 Tuesday, October 4, 7 p.m. The sushi-and-sake series is back, with dates throughout the fall. Learn how to make sushi rolls at home, and how to pair yo ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 16, 2010

    The Guardian Lists Its 50 Best Cookbooks of All Time

    ​The Guardian published its list of the 50 best cookbooks of all time this weekend, naming Richard Olney's The French Menu Cookbook as is Number One pick.

  • Blogs

    October 9, 2009

    Our 10 Best: Cookbooks

    ​Above all, a cookbook should be useful and accurate, but that's not why we love them. A great cookbook isn't just a compendium of recipes; it takes you somewhere--into a cook's kitchen, to the South of France, or the South Pacific, or back in time. Following a 1961 recipe for Chateaubriand do ... More >>

  • NYC Life

    July 3, 2007

    Peter Meehan's last meal

    . . . before going to hell, he eats dog and peeks in a Korean housewife's urn