The book, to be called somethingtofoodabout, will be published in April.
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The Roots drummer and Tonight Show regular hosts food salons at his New York City home.
"I'm about nothing if I'm not about ideas."
The fried-drumstick stand has reportedly already cleared out of the space.
"I felt I was going to win that auction lot no matter what, I have to say ... I didn't have a limit: Adrenaline was rushing!"
"For whatever reason, I got to Philly and I became obsessed with finding fake cronuts."
Then they shared the batch with the audience.
Dominique Ansel is bringing 200 cronuts to 'Fallon.'
A food bet encouraged vermin, rats made him move, and heebie-jeebies led to a lot of spilled salsa.
Practice, of course. And tuna tataki.
Of course he likes his own the best.
Also serving dumplings and "Sexual Chocolate" cupcakes.
In its prime, the second floor club played host to everyone from King Britt to Diplo.
"I accidentally saw Jiro’s movie because the movie I initially wanted to see was sold out."
That's a lot of salt cod fried rice and Kung Pao pastrami.
With Twinkies down for the count, those Tastykakes will surely become easier to find.
Plus your "wildest froyo dreams come true," red-velvet waffles, and more in today's leftovers.
The South Philly installment of the Food Trust's ongoing street fairs was one of the largest, and perhaps greatest to date.