This week the food issue for the New Yorker is released, read about king’s meals, food politics, foraging, etc, via New Yorker.

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Video: take an adventure with an entomophagist, an insect eater, via The Perennial Plate.

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Shauna & Daniel Ahern share a list of recipes that are gluten-free for Thanksgiving, via Gluten Free Girl.

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Take a look at these neat photos of cross-sectioned sandwiches, via WSJ.

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  Michael has been traveling all around the United States promoting his new book Ruhlman’s Twenty.  Yesterday he had a long day in New York City where he appeared on the Martha Stewart Show.  Michael sends his apologies, as he is nursing a wicked hangover.  He returns to Cleveland today and will be appearing at the Fabulous Food Show this weekend.  Please enjoy this favorite post of mine on how to Make Brioche.  This post reminds you to begin preparing for the holiday season, which is quickly approaching. Original Post Date: November 30, 2010 December is the month for making brioche at home. It’s the great holiday bread.  Though calling it bread doesn’t do it justice.  Good brioche is like a cross between bread and cake.  Hell, it’s really cake sneaking in as bread. Nothing better on Read On »

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