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Christaan Felber for The New York Times Mark Bittman and Sam Sifton. Christaan Felber for The New York Times Boiled lobster Christaan Felber for The New York Times Poached pears There's a simple logic in putting together a big holiday feast. You want
Invalid email address Add a personal message: Your e-mail: Invalid email address Sending your article Your article has been sent. Yes, we should all be debating more serious matters, like the Fiscal Cliff and the troubles in the Middle East and
The Washington Post Three weeks ago, while browsing the Thanksgiving issue of Bon Appetit, I was so taken by the golden turkeys, plump stuffings and creamy mashed potatoes that I invited six friends over for this year's holiday repast.
I spend many afternoons filled with regret and self-loathing because of my lunch choices." Photo: Melissa Hom "It's really nice to walk into a restaurant without a dress on," Sam Sifton, the national editor of the New York Times and former restaurant
New York Times mediacreature David Carr and Toby Turtle doppelganger A.O. Scott recently taped another video in a series not titled Old Times men Telling Jokes, which is not set to premiere off-Broadway this fall. Previously, these two geriatric
New York Times Restaurant Critic Pete Wells Is a Softie, Statistically Speaking 1:30pm Chefs and restaurateurs, rejoice: a rigorous statistical analysis of the three most recent New York Times restaurant critics suggests that current critic Pete
It's Totally Not For Sure that Jonathan Gold is Going to the L.A. Times The JGold himself at his Union Station Cocktail Party in 2010 (Elise Thompson/LAist) I got a text message from a food-biz friend on Friday, asking me if I'd heard the rumor that
On Tuesday, the New York Times announced Pete Wells, who has edited the paper's Dining section for five years and worked for Food & Wine and Details, as its newest chief restaurant critic. Campus Progress-sponsored College Hill Independent published
I keep a mental count in my head of the Times restaurant writers I've outlasted since I started reviewing in 1992...Bryan Miller, Ruth Reichl , William Grimes and Frank Bruni ... And now Sam Sifton has moved on to an editorial position on the Times'
This book kinda sucks? I mean, it doesn't suck, but sometimes I would read the sentences and I would be like, This does not ring true to anything at all. But wanting that would be like wanting Grey's Anatomy to really relay the complexities of death