Plus: Little Prince launches brunch, and more, in today's Leftovers.
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The 'Gourmet' and Gilt Taste editor is now working on cookbooks.
The online deals company scales back its grocery bill.
Gilt Taste is offering a deal for two, including wine, tax, and tip, for $635.
What does Ruth Reichl eat in a week? Pretty much everything, as it turns out.
Also she admits to there being one legitimate use of Velveeta in the world, and it's in that burrito.
If you didn't feel like snagging a ticket for tonight's Good Food Awards, there'll be another opportunity to say hi to the honorable Ruth Reichl tomorrow at the Gilt Taste booth at the Ferry Plaza farmers' market. There'll be some...
Look for MSF's "Insanely-Involved-But-Totally-Worth-It" gravy recipe.
John Birdsall's sort of new angle on the Chez Panisse legacy is a back-handed compliment.
"You can chew on the bones and very, very delicately kind of spit them out. It’s a dainty maneuver."
Cheese has bedroom eyes for cider and port.
As the site launches a wine section, we take note of its tasting panel.
We haven't covered Next for a whole day, so thank God Francis Lam comes along in Gilt Taste, the Ruth Reichl-edited reading/shopping site thing, with a new interview with Grant Achatz. Where Paris 1906 seemed to suggest that Next was...
We talk to the former 'Gourmet' editor-in-chief about her new project.
It took RuBo just a few hours to skewer to the new magazine-cum-overpriced marketplace.
They're selling a bunch of caviar and writing about gas-drilling practices.
We hear he's signed on as features editor of the upcoming Gilt Taste.