Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Food Day: It's a beautiful day edition

Happy food day folks. Here's what's going on in the world of food:

Charlottesville Cuisine: Apples and I had the pleasure of going to Charlottesville a while back and really enjoyed it. The Washington Post has a great article about how this small town is making big waves in food.

Clue? Suggestion? Allusion?: I've always thought Tenleytown was a bit of a black hole when it came to food. But it looks like my former home may be getting a boost in the way of Hint, a new "modern American restaurant with Italian influences", which will be located next to the Dancing Crab according to Linda Roth PR. Nicholas Stefanelli, CIA grad and former Fabio Trabocchi and Roberto Donna student will be running the kitchen at Hint and hopefully will establish Tenleytown as a true food neighborhood.

A garden grows in Brooklyn: “This is something good happening here", says one New Yorker about the growth of small gardens in the City - this NYT article goes into detail.

The Future of Farmers Markets: This LA Times article looks at the uncertain future of farmers markets.

Ready for Rhubarb: Rhubarb is in season, here's some recipes from the Seattle PI and the WaPo.

No comments: