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Ad Vinum Takes Root

Drawn by a friendship with Saint-Quentin-La-Pôterie vigneron Valentin Vallès, former Le Châteaubriand sommelier Sébastien Chatillon - known universally by the nickname “Catouille” - quit Paris for the…

09 Jul 2021 • < 1 min read
Not Drinking Poison by Aaron Ayscough
The Dream of the '90s

I had already planned a lot of this week’s menu before I realized that everything I was cooking was a bit of a throwback. Everything I had jotted down in my notes was summery, pretty simple, a good use…

03 Aug 2021 • 8 min read
The Weekly Menu by Drew Tappan
Vegan Pineapple Fried Rice

Gastro World Digest offers free weekly recipes that have been curated and tested by Tway, a chef and content creator. Recipes will always be free, along with useful tips and links to help you master the…

03 Aug 2021 • 2 min read
The Gastro World Digest by tway
Homemade ranch is the white blouse of summer - No. 15

Sliced summer tomatoes with buttermilk dressing. The Dog Days have begun so it’s time to bring out those recipes that are bold, bare, and keep us cool. To me, that says salad with a simple but good dressing…

03 Aug 2021 • 4 min read
Anne Byrn: Between the Layers by Anne Byrn
Featured Publication
Rancho Gordo x illyanna Maisonet eBook…

If anyone of Mami’s Maniacs would like to send trinkets, Starbucks gift cards or nail polish: Mami Maisonet 5960 S Land Park #222 Sacramento, CA 95822 If you want to contribute to this artist in residence…

03 Aug 2021 • < 1 min read
illyanna Maisonet's Newsletter by illyanna Maisonet
DOS Archive Update! For Your Convenience! (Links to All Our Recipes to Date, by Issue)

Subscribe now Ingredients for Mollie Katzen’s Updated March Hare Salad, from Issue #1 THE DEPARTMENT OF SALAD IN THE NEWS! (Feel free to skip over this part and go straight to the archive; if you see a…

02 Aug 2021 • 5 min read
The Department of Salad: Official Bulletin by Emily Nunn
The perfect summer meal

It’s august and I’m writing to you from Long Branch, New Jersey. Welcome to any new friends and a huge thank you to Alicia for generously including me in this list of newsletters she reads (I’ve followed…

02 Aug 2021 • 6 min read
This Needs Hot Sauce by Abigail Koffler
The Match Day Ritual

Good morning and welcome to Vittles Season 4: Hyper-Regionalism. All contributors to Vittles are paid: the base rate this season is £400 for writers and £125 for illustrators (or in the case of this compilation…

02 Aug 2021 • 23 min read
Vittles by Vittles
Kitchen socks

People often joke about receiving socks for their birthday or Christmas, but they are such an easy gift idea when you don’t really know what to buy. They make good stocking fillers (weirdly presenting…

01 Aug 2021 • 5 min read
The Welsh Kitchen by Ross Clarke
August 2021 Newsletter

Help! We forgot to plan our vacation! While I was pondering all the wonderful summer fruit and berries at the market the last few months, somehow, I neglected to plan a summer vacation, or les vacances…

01 Aug 2021 • 8 min read
David Lebovitz Newsletter by David Lebovitz
Going for Gold

Hello Class, After taking a brief summer vacation, I’ve returned from my break with even more excitement about my love of fast food and good teaching. My July was pretty quiet, except for some more good…

31 Jul 2021 • 4 min read
Your Favorite Prof by Marcia Chatelain
There’s More to Tiki Drinks Than Just Rum

Tiki godfather Donn Beach called his drinks “rhum rhapsodies.” As Jeff “Beachbum” Berry tells it, when he first started quizzing tiki bartenders about what was in their delicious drinks, they would just…

30 Jul 2021 • < 1 min read
Cocktails With Suderman by Peter Suderman
I Dreamed a Dream

Friday, July 30 Leelanau County, Michigan Hello, friendly reader. Last month, I got a text from Jacqui Gifford, the editor-in-chief of Travel+Leisure. I’ve been writing for her for several years now, and…

30 Jul 2021 • 9 min read
Notes of a Make-Believe Farmer by Jeff Chu
Smooth Sailing

Photo: Brie Passano/Midwest Living Dad sailed the Great Lakes. We would slump across the back seats while the adults drove through the night, Iowa City to Bayfield, where we’d roll out—weary, bleary—for…

30 Jul 2021 • 1 min read
Slices of Life by Leah Eskin
Meals Are About the People, Then the Food

Hey paid subscribers, Last night I found myself in New York City without a dinner plan. After being smitten with my lunch date, Deb Perelman of Smitten Kitchen at Thai Diner, I took a train up to the MoMA…

30 Jul 2021 • < 1 min read
The Amateur Gourmet Newsletter by Adam Roberts
Carbon Labeling Part 3 - The Picks & Shovels

Subscribe now In the first carbon labelling edition, we explored why consumers need carbon footprint labels, why carbon labeling failed in the past, and why carbon labeling will succeed going forward.…

30 Jul 2021 • 4 min read
Negative Foods Newsletter by Paul Lightfoot
I Tasted Honda's Spicy Rodent-Repelling Tape

A while back, after a series of car troubles too boring to enumerate, I learned about the existence of mouse tape. Mouse tape exists solely to make Important Wires less delicious. Honda started selling…

30 Jul 2021 • 3 min read
Haterade by Liz Cook


The Long Shadow of Valentin Vallès
09 Jul 2021 • < 1 min read
Not Drinking Poison by Aaron Ayscough
Down by the River at Les Magesses
09 Jul 2021 • < 1 min read
Not Drinking Poison by Aaron Ayscough
Domaine du Petit Oratoire Goes Big
09 Jul 2021 • < 1 min read
Not Drinking Poison by Aaron Ayscough