I like food. I like writing. Here’s what happens when I nibble and scribble.
Los Angeles Times: ”Have we gone blog wild?” As online musings get ever more specialized, it’s a good time to be crazy about food.
Los Angeles Times: “Sweet somethings from far, far away” Frequent travelers know that one of the simple pleasures of being in a new place is being dumbfounded by all the unexpected treats.
Palo Alto Weekly: “Au revoir to L’Amie Donia” (PDF; kindly scroll to p. 27) An acclaimed restaurant closes after a decade of success.
Huffington Post: “Faux Gras: A carnivore’s guide to fake meat” A panel of professional carnivores name the best meat substitutes. They don’t mince words.
Huffington Post: “Grain trust” Grain is as American as apple pie. So it’s only natural that farmers who want to protect this land — and its amber waves — are growing it sustainably. Here are some of the best starchy staples.
Huffington Post: “Ice cream for a cooler planet” Dessert experts recommend their eco-favorites so that you can cool your palate and the planet at the same time.
Sierra: “Nukeable nutrition” When your culinary ambitions don’t extend beyond pushing buttons, try these Earth-friendly, zap-ready recommendations.
Sierra: “Drink responsibly: Beers that won’t give the planet a hangover” America’s premier beer people name their favorite eco-brands of brew.
Sierra: “A sustained buzz” Five experts filter their favorite eco-coffees.
Sierra: “Tea, green” Experts’ favorite herbal brews, all steeped in sustainability.
Sierra: “Sustainable slurping” Soup, the ultimate cold-weather food, comes in varieties that’ll get you warm without steaming up the planet.
And, for a vast array of restaurant recommendations in Napa, Sonoma, and San Francisco, check out my book, “Frommer’s Napa & Sonoma Day by Day.”