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'Fictitious Dishes'new

Dinah Fried’s photographs embody the connection between books and food.
Orlando Weekly  |  Jessica Bryce Young  |  05-08-2014  |  Food+Drink

Crowd-funding in the world of foodnew

Last month, Chad Moore launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund his food truck Dim Sum Good Dumplings. It was hardly the first local food and drink concept to take to the crowd-funding platform.
Charleston City Paper  |  Angela Hanyak  |  04-30-2014  |  Food+Drink

Gluten-Free Goodiesnew

What is this gluten-free diet that everyone is talking about? It isn't the latest fad diet or a weight-loss secret. Gluten is a protein found in some grains, such as wheat, barley and rye. Some doctors recommend that patients with celiac disease (an immune-system disorder in which the body has an intestinal reaction to gluten) avoid oats as well.
Jackson Free Press  |  Kelly Bryan Smith  |  04-25-2014  |  Food+Drink

Latin Barbecue 101new

Many Latinos have moved to Mississippi over the past 10 years, so it's imperative that we all at least learn what to expect in our versions of barbecue in order to make eating and socializing easier for everyone.
Jackson Free Press  |  Ingrid Cruz  |  04-17-2014  |  Food+Drink

A Brief History of Oystersnew

Oysters really gained popularity in the United States in the 1800s, where rich and poor alike consumed mass amounts of the bivalves.
Jackson Free Press  |  Jesse Houston  |  04-14-2014  |  Food+Drink

The Local Catchnew

Seafood is always going to have a place on Mississippi tables, but in the wake of the BP oil spill and other environmental disasters, water quality in the Gulf has become a matter of concern.
Jackson Free Press  |  Nick Wallace  |  04-14-2014  |  Food+Drink

Fresh and Brightnew

Ceviche is a traditional Peruvian fish dish that combines sweet, sour and spice.
Jackson Free Press  |  Ingrid Cruz  |  04-14-2014  |  Food+Drink


Sick of genetically modified, waxy cucumbers? Of oversized, tasteless strawberries? Of hormone-injected meat products? Then think about trying a CSA this summer and fall…because nothing beats homegrown, local and fresh.
Worcester Magazine  |  Katie Benoit  |  04-04-2014  |  Food+Drink

Common Ground in the GMO Debate?new

Recent online dialog about genetically modified food shines a ray of hope on the discussion.
Weekly Alibi  |  Ari LeVaux  |  03-27-2014  |  Food+Drink

A Goat Cheese Primernew

What most people think of as goat cheese— chèvre—is a simple, fresh cheese that is versatile and freezes well. However goat milk can be used to make a huge array of cheeses, says Kathryn Spann, co-owner of Prodigal Farm in Rougemont, including styles that can't be made with cow milk...
INDY Week  |  Lisa Sorg  |  03-26-2014  |  Food+Drink

Beef and Guinness Stew: The Ultimate Comfort Foodnew

Beef and Guinness stew is the perfect Irish dish, in this author’s humble opinion.
Jackson Free Press  |  Kathleen Mitchell  |  03-13-2014  |  Food+Drink

How to win a hot pepper-eating contest (and still lose)new

Our very own Music Editor, Grayson Haver Currin shares the trials and tribulations of his latest victory.
INDY Week  |  Grayson Haver Currin  |  03-05-2014  |  Food+Drink

Meet the First Families of Houston Foodnew

Connect the dots and you’ll find Houston’s restaurant scene has been dominated by a few hardworking culinary pioneers and their descendants.
Houston Press  |  Kaitlin Steinberg  |  02-27-2014  |  Food+Drink

A skateboarder turned winemaker mixes tradition with experimentationnew

Kenny Likitprakong, a former skateboarder, might be the Will Oldham of wine.
INDY Week  |  Adam Sobsey  |  02-12-2014  |  Food+Drink

Wine lovers don't have to drink beer on game daynew

Super Bowl Sunday may be the greatest unofficial American holiday. A day of football, friends, and gluttonous grubbing and drinking is as American as can be, so let's make sure our glasses never empty.
Charleston City Paper  |  David McCarus  |  01-29-2014  |  Food+Drink

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