It’s a classic tale: media tries to slam woman for her weight, and therefore must find some juicy gossip to back up that claim.
This feud is getting GOOD. GOOP-Y GOOD. You may remember that Martha Stewart, who has not backed down from her insistence that lifestyle brand Gwyneth Paltrow and everything GOOP must hail her lordship, published a pie editorial in her magazine called “Conscious Coupling.” You know, as a dig to her marriage troubles with Chris Martin.
This interview will go down in infamy. It’s the equivalent of Tom Cruise jumping on Oprah’s couch — except, you know, Jose Andrés hasn’t gone temporarily insane.
We too could use some extra help in the kitchen, if Nigella Lawson so wanted to guide us through cooking Thanksgiving dinner.
That’s one way to take #foodporn to actual porn level, we guess. Sure, there’s something cheeky about a set of lingerie called “The Happiest Meal” or “After Take Out.” That’s what L.A.
We know, we’re traumatized too. Frankly, we’re surprised that such a Photoshop miracle has taken so long to go viral, but here is Guy Fieri, with a weird-ish non-dyed kind-of-comb-over.
Has someone been taking bartending lessons, we wonder? Because Mario Batali is really doing well with that muddler, while Jimmy Fallon just sort of gently prods his lemon and apple.
We’ve been behind on all of our MasterChef Junior cuteness, which is a shame because sometimes we just need our weekly cry watching adorable kids going after their dreams.
So you want to host your own Thanksgiving party for your friends (you know, Friendsgiving) and think to yourself, “Hm, how do I feed many mouths with delicious food?
Phew. Just when we were getting down on everything Thanksgiving-related, along comes this little guy munching on a mini turkey and pumpkin pie, and our hearts just burst.
To us, Thanksgiving is sacred. The best holiday of the year. Stuffing, turkey, mashed potatoes galore.
Because nothing says exotic and sexy than a steaming baked potato, amirite? (Nope. Very wrong.) But, if we are to believe the >U.S.
Whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa — people are still going to Gordon Ramsay’s restaurants? Ramsay, better known for his time on MasterChef Junior in our eyes than for opening (or keeping open) restaurants, made claims on a London TV show that someone is out to get his newest restaurant, Heddon Street Kitchen.
And only two of the six awesome women working in food were asked about clothing, which makes our hearts happy (and Elle magazine to continue to look pretty bad).
We absolutely remember the first time ever that we had a green juice. Because let’s face it — we’re a little bit opposed to the healthy stuff.
Another day, another Reddit AMA, this time from Bon Appetit’s EIC and resident bro, Adam Rapoport. While we think he was supposed to be answering questions about making turkey and that sort of thing, instead we got a little further insight into the comfort foods of Rapoport, and some more off-the-cuff opinions about “things only food bloggers care about,” re: reservation apps and Michelin stars.
We don’t know why we would have expected less from Gwyneth Paltrow this holiday season. And so, there will be “Goop Pop Dallas,” as it’s being called, complete with $650 spoons for sale (OK, maybe that was just at the first GOOP pop-up in Los Angeles) and a very GOOP-y menu.
This guy, Josh Scherer of Culinary Bro-Down, decided to make a doughnut out of ramen because we haven’t massacred the once-delicious ramen noodle just yet.
Two years ago, the James Beard Foundation announced a new Women in Culinary Leadership (WICL) program and pulled out the big guns to help them do it: Lidia Bastianich, Martha Stewart, JBF president Susan Ungaro, and more.
What happens when you give a really fanatical guy a great meal at Alinea? He’ll spend the next five years, $42,000 (thanks to Kickstarter), and endless amount of hours recreating every.