We're grateful to have hosted Sean Sherman and Dana Thompson, co-owners of The Sioux Chef, while they were on a whirlwind book tour earlier this fall for the best-selling — and beautiful, engaging, and vital — new cookbook, "The Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen." Listen in as they discuss indigenous foods in North America, food sovereignty, and much more.
On today's episode of Recommended Reading with Food Book Fair, we're joined in the studio by chef, restaurateur, and author Seamus Mullen. We dive into his latest book "Real Food Heals" and talk all things health, healing and jamón!
Bestselling author and #FBF2016 speaker Stephanie "Sweetbitter" Danler is in the HRN house! We're big fans of her debut novel — coming soon to a Starz channel near you in TV form — but we also can't get enough of her poetry, essay and fiction picks on Instagram. (Peep @smdanler for her #recommendedreading.) Listen in as we dish book stuff, TV stuff, that LA-to-NY life, and more.
We're next-level proud to be supporting an amazing crew of friends, comrades, chefs, and educators in a new series celebrating the cuisine and history of Palestine, popping up Nov. 13-14 at Dimes and Lalito. Chef and artist Amanny Ahmad — one of the badass Palestinian women chefs leading the pop-ups — joins us with chef and community organizer Ora Wise on #RecommendedReading to talk food and sovereignty, here and everywhere.
We welcome Amy Emberling and Frank Carollo, master bakers, co-owners of Zingerman's Bakehouse (part of the legendary Zingerman's family of businesses in Ann Arbor, MI, anchored by the world's best deli #dontatme) — and authors of the new bakehouse cookbook! Listen in for #sugarcrispmuffin intel, stories from the bakery's 25 years in business, and more.
We go beyond bagels and babka this week with Jewish Food Society, in a preview of its upcoming storytelling event Schmaltzy. We're joined by JFS founder Naama Shefi and Schmaltzy special guest Marissa Lippert of Nourish Kitchen + Table as we talk Jewish foods around the globe.
We're thrilled to be in the studio with Food Book Fair OGs Evan Hanczor and George Weld of Egg Restaurant, in advance of the latest installment of their #TablesofContents series. TOC started as a conceptual literary dinner at Food Book Fair in the Brooklyn days and evolved into dinners from Miami to Milan, and readings with some of today's most exciting authors.
We welcome to the studio Athena Calderone, creator of lifestyle destination EyeSwoon and author of the brand new Cook Beautiful. We talk recipes, tablescaping (for real, for real), #swoontips, top kitchen and party playlists and more.
We're thrilled to welcome Naz Riahi, founder of Bitten — an event series that brings together disruptors to talk all things fun, exciting and innovative in food — in advance of the New York conference October 27th.
We're raising a glass with two of our favorite beverage authorities — Megan Krigbaum, contributing editor to PUNCH and author of The Essential Cocktail Book: A Complete Guide to Modern Drinks with 150 Recipes, and Thad Volger, owner of San Francisco's Bar Agricole and author of By the Smoke and the Smell: My Search for the Rare and Sublime on the Spirits Trail. Our cup has officially runneth over on this episode!
WomenDoingAmazingThings. We sit down with Journalist, Author and New Yorker Julie Scelfo to talk about her brand new book, The Women Who Made New York" which celebrates the women that define NYC values, humanism, art and good food.
On this week's episode of Recommended Reading, in the booth with writer and editor Joshua David Stein (a contributing editor at Food & Wine, frequent contributor to the Village Voice, the New York Times, New York and The Guardian), we analyze JDS' analysis of The Grill, the Torrisi-Carbone group's Four Seasons reboot. In 2017, is it still possible to power lunch like it's 1959 — and should one want to?
We chop it up this week with Kimberly M. Jenkins, a professor of fashion history who specializes in "the sociocultural and historical influences behind why we wear what we wear," and Yahdon Israel, founder of Literary Swag Book Club and #FBF2017 collaborator. On the agenda: the intersections of food and literature, literature and fashion, fashion and race, and much more. It gets lit!
Today on Recommended Reading with Food Book Fair we explore the world of culinary cannabis with two leaders in the field — Warren Bobrow, author of Cannabis Cocktails and Jennifer Shelbo, former pastry chef turned expert in cannabis farming and sustainability.
Today, on Recommended Reading with Food Book Fair, we are joined by the team from NYC's first annual Food Waste Fair including chef Mary Cleaver of The Cleaver Co. The event which will be held on July 25th at the Brooklyn Expo Center, will showcase a “soup to nuts” approach to food waste prevention, recovery and recycling.
On today's episode, we welcome Stephen A. Satterfield — founder of the newly launched Whetstone Magazine, digital media producer, food writer, poet, ATLien and "the other Steven/Stephen Satterfield" — as we wrap up Food Book Fair 2017. We recap all the Fair happenings (including a roundtable on diversifying food media where Stephen was a featured speaker), and talk about the independent publishing hustle, #foodieodicals, reading while traveling, and wine.