Fans say the 11,000-recipe archive is "part of our cultural heritage."
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" ... The result is a formula that has basically condo-ized New York’s food culture with some ultimately pretty conservative, even intolerant values."
"It's a quicker environment now, a more pressured environment.
There won't just be recipes on Cook's Science, which arrives this July.
GFF will go mass-market with its spring 2016 issue.
Two familiar faces — Julia Collin Davison and Bridget Lancaster — have been tapped to take over the show.
She's moving to become the chief creative officer for Chefs Club restaurants.
The publisher cites a contract dispute with its famous co-founder.
The online deals company scales back its grocery bill.
Carr says the big publishing houses need to pay attention to 'Lucky Peach'.
And there's a snail sale on Wednesday!
"If you change a magazine too much, you risk pissing off a lot of your readers. If you don’t change it enough, you don’t give the press enough to write about."
But the chef admits that his movie-star friend has a good thing going with Goop.