A part of Edible History’s longer series “Dinners of the Past,” a feast drew inspiration from Judy Chicago’s now-iconic installation The Dinner Party, which is on permanent view at the Brooklyn Museum.
Plus: A lot of drinking and drawing is happening.
Including couple of great opportunities to learn some food history.
For the upcoming holidays, these events cover what to prepare, how to decorate and more.
Take your mind off the election with a packed slate of food and booze events.
He likes sake, hot dogs and seaweed mousse.
The book fair brings together great minds from across the food world. This year’s conference on April 10-12 boasts the most impressive speaker lineup yet.
If those of us who want change can’t agree on what the future of meat should look like, then there may not be a bright future for animal agriculture at all.