Chef Boyardee Heiress Writes a Cookbook; Supperclub Holds Illegal Dinner on Subway
As gas prices continue to rise, a number of farmers on small farms are trading in their tractors and returning to animal labor. [NY Times]
Anna Boiardi, the granddaughter of Mario and great niece of Hector and Paul Boiardi, immigrant brothers who founded Chef Boyardee in 1928, has written a cookbook. [NY Post]
What's interesting about Momofuku Milk Bar's Christina Tosi's nomination for the James Beard Awards is that it's in the category of Rising Star Chef instead of Outstanding Pastry Chef. [NY Times]
The supperclub A Razor, A Shiny Knife held a clandestine 30-minute, 20-course lunch on the L train, and the MTA was not amused. [NY Times]
Rising food prices means more cellulose in your food: Essentially wood pulp, it's used to cheaply thicken or stabilize foods, replace fat, and boost fiber content. [Wall Street Journal]
ABC has pulled the the Ryan Seacrest-produced reality series Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution from the Tuesday lineup, pushing its final episodes to Friday, due to poor ratings. [Hollywood Reporter]
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