April in Paris *sigh*

May 1, 2009

Oh Paris, with your darling streets named after grammarians and revolutionaries and mathematicians. A writer muses on lilacs and cheese and radishes.

Best Stateside boozers

May 1, 2009

The best places to get plastered in the United States, including the Bahi Hut Lounge in Sarasota, Florida and Pengilly's Saloon in Boise, Idaho

The Newtown Pippin: the Big Apple’s apple?

April 29, 2009

The question on every New Yorker's lips: will the Newtown Pippin be dubbed the city's official apple?

So hot right now: Burnt Food Museum

April 29, 2009

The museum's "collection" includes burnt cutlery, waffles, lemons and more – truly, a marvel to behold. You can even submit your own addition to the collection.

A coffee drinker’s guide to the world

April 29, 2009

The LA Times checks out the best brews from around the globe (no, Melbourne, you aren't in there; get over yourself).

Wild food goes gourmet

April 27, 2009

Harvesting "wild food", the seasonal salad leaves, nuts, fruit and fungi that grow abundantly across the UK, has led to a new industry in professional foraging for restaurants and a sharp surge in public interest.

NYC fine dining goes cheap

April 24, 2009

Discounting is a strategy high-end restaurateurs usually avoid out of fear of eroding the cache of their brands. But times are tough.

Delia Smith: the original celebrity chef

April 24, 2009

It is 40 years since Delia Smith published her first recipe. Since then the Brits have succumbed to the whims of many celeb chefs.

A taste of Tasmania’s future?

April 23, 2009

Devonport woman Carolynn Jamieson wants to introduce a food festival to her town involving Devon (sausage meat) and port. Ri-ight.

50 of the world’s best food blogs

April 22, 2009

Prepare to salivate.