Posts Tagged ‘daniel boulud’

Where the Wild Things Are

Euell Gibbons, known to many of us as that fellow who shilled Grape Nuts cereal in the seventies, was one of the earliest proponents of the wild food movement and an avid outdoorsman who popularized the living off the land movement in a time when people were freaking out over TANG orange crystals and marveling at the convenience of  instant mashed potatoes. His seminal book, Stalking the Wild Asparagus, published in 1962 is still considered by many to be the bible in the canon of wild and natural foods literature. Continue »



New Book from Top Chef’s Gail Simmons

Gail Simmons has gone very far in the American food world, especially considering she’s a Canadian girl who grew up in Toronto. In fact, she went to high school with chefs Ezra Title and Anthony Rose and food blogger Andrea Toole. Continue »