"Food" Blogs & Blog Posts

Food FlirtFood Flirt

Food adventures at home and on the road with international award winning au...

 
Christie's CornerChristie's Corner

Real food. Real life. It ain't always pretty... I'm a food wri...

 
Pink Flamingo Swizzle StickPink Flamingo Swizzle Stick

The blog for Pink Flamingo Swizzle Stick - some crafty stuff, a bit of gard...

 
NOLA EatsNOLA Eats

Social Dining in New Orleans. A local's blog for New Orleans restaura...

 
Friends RevolutionFriends Revolution

Friends Revolution focuses on the everyday interesting including travel, ph...

 
Oh No I've Run Out Of...Oh No I've Run Out Of...

Recipes from a woman on a tight schedule

 
Tagami Food, Wine & TravelTagami Food, Wine & Travel

Liz Tagami, international food and wine broker, sends updates from the cool...

 


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After going through the hassles of interviewing, not getting an offer sucks. Your first assumption is you weren't qualified, but that's not always true. You also could have failed any number of hidden tests, some of them very evil.Read more...

Sometimes it's the small touches that make the biggest difference when you're in the kitchen. Here are some simple tips from America's Test Kitchen for prepping, cooking, and seasoning designed to boost flavor in everyday cooking.Read more...

A major kosher poultry slaughterhouse in upstate New York has been sued by the Manhattan U.S. Attorney's Office and the EPA over allegations that it's illegally flooding local water with harmful animal waste and body parts. [ more › ]...

Like monocles before it, another retro trend from our forefathers is making a splash with the Brooklyn set. A colonial drink called Switchel, apparently enjoyed by farmers during harvest season, has been heralded as the "borough's hottest beverage,"...

The 30,592 diners who participated in this year's Google-owned Zagat Survey have spoken and declared that Greenpoint pie purveyor Paulie Gee's fires up the city's top pizza. In the 2015 guide, which was released today, the eaters lauded the "destinat...

It’s fall, which means many families in Japan are making meat-and-veggie hotpots, or “nabe,” as they call them. And, of course, some people opt to add a little bit of cute to their nabe.

There's always an element of danger when dining out, whether it's critters in your food or fear of fellow patrons. We must put our trust in the people preparing and handling our food, hoping against hope they won't secretly degrade our meal with thei...