"She has this taste memory that goes back to a time when there aren't a lot of people alive who remember the food of that China," says Ruth Reichl.
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"This practice breeds antibiotic-resistant bacteria that threaten us all," she writes.
The theme is "Girl Crush."
The Times critic called it "strictly kid stuff."
Plus: James Ramirez's Crow Hill Supper Club dinner, and more, in today's Leftovers.
The food-world luminary is turning her attention to fiction for the first time.
"I sort of felt like I was invited into the boys club, in a wonderful way. I was naive and interested in what they were doing ... They took care of me like I was their little sister."
Random House announces it will publish 'Delicious!'
The famed food writer argues that the next-level dining experience hasn't happened quite yet.
The critic foresees an "extreme backlash" heading toward today's casual restaurant scene.
She also says that New York bagels suck.
The New York Times investigates what keeps Wolfgang Puck still going.
Reichl, Grimes, Bruni, and Sifty talk shop.
The Korean sausage truck opens its brick and mortar this Saturday.
The online deals company scales back its grocery bill.
The critic discusses his family's religion by way of L.A.'s delis, with help from some famous friends.
The Gilt Taste editor wants to slather it on ... herself.
She calls a recent lunch at Spago like 'a delirious dream.'
The French chef thinks his East Coast counterparts are "too stuffy."