Reinventing old-fashioned candy, naturally
GREEN WALNUTS, PURPLE PLUMS I was in Napa and St. Helena for just 36 hours, but left hauling home produce.
HUNGRY ALL THE TIME In Kenya, the food is strange, dry, unpalatable. But at least the author, an expat, has it.
VOTE FOR NECCO! The Massachusetts legislature will consider naming it the state candy. It recently got better, even.
FARMED FISH FOREVER Even if it's the future, how about flavor? At least there's still time for wild stuff, especially salmon.
CULTURE CLASH The Paris opening of Julie & Julia has her great-niece saying who Mme. Brassart really was.
FUTURE FARMERS In a new Italian documentary and a Boston newspaper, high-school junior Sam Levin leads a movement.
LEAVING A LEGENDARY RESTAURANT Grant Achatz quit his job to learn more about wine. Maybe more should, too.
DID YOU GO TO AN EAT-IN? If so, please report--and here's my report from the original, Woodstock launch, last Labor Day.
ARRIVEDERCI GELATO Leaving Rome and haven't had enough? There's a last-minute fix at the airport.
WHY HE WAS SO, WELL, FRANK The moral of his self-revealing memoir isn't what you think, Bruni says.
DRAGON'S LINGERIE New York has a name for the beans Ana Sortun used in our Boston video. It's not as sexy.
NOT EVEN THIN-SKINNED Not me, not you--new potatoes. Ana Sortun shows why they're her favorite on our new video.
JULIA LIKED IT. SHE REALLY LIKED IT. Regina had nothing to worry about--just try that buttermilk praline sauce.
LATE BLIGHT HITS HOME Four days after I visited Siena Farms and sniffed the green tomatoes, they were struck.
ANDY, JEFFREY, AND WOODY DO JULIA When three future stars made three very demanding recipes.
CHARM OF THE FARM I should resist--but when it comes to Chris Kurth and his Siena Farms, I can't, as our new video shows.
FINGER FOOD "I've fallen into the wrong crowd," I told my disapproving brother. "Food people eat with their fingers."
JULIE TALKS What's it like having adorable Amy Adams play the "you" reimagined by Nora Ephron? Complicated.
J&J PREMIERE: STARRY IN THE RIGHT WAY The stars you always hope to see: the cleverest people in New York.