Food Media Omnibus #563: On Eating Instead Of Tweeting And NYC’s Battle Of The Slice

Food Media Omnibus #563: On Eating Instead Of Tweeting And NYC’s Battle Of The Slice

by Claire Lassam | Presenting Scout’s weekly Food Media Omnibus, a collection of links to the local and international food stories of the day… For everyone who has ever thought, “eat it don’t tweet it“. The Guardian also talks about taking pictures at

Food Media Omnibus #562: On Frank Bruni Getting Gout And Alex Gill Scarfing Poutine

Food Media Omnibus #562: On Frank Bruni Getting Gout And Alex Gill Scarfing Poutine

by Claire Lassam | Presenting Scout’s weekly Food Media Omnibus, a collection of links to the local and international food stories of the day… If you’ve heard of Tomatoland, or the actual slave labour involved in Florida tomatoes, you’ll be happy about this

Food Media Omnibus #561: On Pizzeria Barbarella And How Not To Dine In Lebanon

Food Media Omnibus #561: On Pizzeria Barbarella And How Not To Dine In Lebanon

by Claire Lassam | Presenting Scout’s weekly Food Media Omnibus, a collection of links to the local and international food stories of the day… Design Sponge makes salted chocolate chip cookies. It’s salad week at Bon Appetit. Saveur talks about Iranian bread and

Food Media Omnibus #560: On Baking With Guinness & The Coming Of The Sardine Can

Food Media Omnibus #560: On Baking With Guinness & The Coming Of The Sardine Can

by Claire Lassam | Presenting Scout’s weekly Food Media Omnibus, a collection of links to the local and international food stories of the day… Design*Sponge makes sweet potato gnocchi. NYTimes talks about ghostwriting cookbooks, aka my dream job. Racheal Ray denies the implication. The history of

Food Media Omnibus #559: On Food Safaris, Diva Reviews & Making Awesome Marmalade

Food Media Omnibus #559: On Food Safaris, Diva Reviews & Making Awesome Marmalade

by Claire Lassam | Presenting Scout’s weekly Food Media Omnibus, a collection of links to the local and international food stories of the day… Melissa Clarke thinks rainy days call for mushrooms and barley in The New York Times Disney shuts its controversial fat-fighting

Food Media Omnibus #558: On Yorkshires And Getting Tipsy At Tales Of The Cocktail

Food Media Omnibus #558: On Yorkshires And Getting Tipsy At Tales Of The Cocktail

by Claire Lassam | Presenting Scout’s weekly Food Media Omnibus, a collection of links to the local and international food stories of the day… Albany thinks about banning shark fins while Frank Bruni rounds up the best Mardi Gras recipes in The New York Times.

Food Media Omnibus #557: On Being A Back Of House Woman And Eating Up Bhuddism

Food Media Omnibus #557: On Being A Back Of House Woman And Eating Up Bhuddism

by Claire Lassam | Presenting Scout’s weekly Food Media Omnibus, a collection of links to the local and international food stories of the day… I have, on many occasions, been the only girl in the kitchen, so this article in The Guardian on the

Food Media Omnibus #557: On The Music At Black & Blue And Winging It With Alex Gill

Food Media Omnibus #557: On The Music At Black & Blue And Winging It With Alex Gill

by Claire Lassam | Presenting Scout’s weekly Food Media Omnibus, a collection of links to the local and international food stories of the day… The New York Times looks into the history of the Boulevardier – the marriage of a Negroni and

Food Media Omnibus #556: On McDonald’s Gross “Pink Slime” And Navigating Dine Out

Food Media Omnibus #556: On McDonald’s Gross “Pink Slime” And Navigating Dine Out

by Claire Lassam | Presenting Scout’s weekly Food Media Omnibus, a collection of links to the local and international food stories of the day… To start, the amazing David Tanis talks chicken wings in The New York Times. The LATimes gets excited about grapefruit. The

Food Media Omnibus #555: On Chinese New Year Foods And Resolving To Drink Whisky

Food Media Omnibus #555: On Chinese New Year Foods And Resolving To Drink Whisky

by Claire Lassam | Presenting Scout’s weekly Food Media Omnibus, a collection of links to the local and international food stories of the day… The lovely Design Sponge makes dark, fudgy brownies. Alexandra Gill gives us the lowdown on Chinese New Year foods in The

Food Media Omnibus #554: On Eating At The End Of The World And No More Twinkies…

Food Media Omnibus #554: On Eating At The End Of The World And No More Twinkies…

by Claire Lassam | Presenting Scout’s weekly Food Media Omnibus, a collection of links to the local and international food stories of the day… The New York Times checks in with Hostess Brands bankrupcy protection. I, for one, don’t feel much nostalgia for

Food Media Omnibus #553: On Resolutions & Seeing Japadog Make It In The Big Apple

Food Media Omnibus #553: On Resolutions & Seeing Japadog Make It In The Big Apple

by Claire Lassam | Presenting Scout’s weekly Food Media Omnibus, a collection of links to the local and international food stories of the day… As we reported back in September, Japadog has expanded to NYC. The Georgia Straight checks in with the local food

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