Bungled chile peppers and misidentified pawpaws, but no mention of grape salad.
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The paper admits it may have missed the mark this time.
The NYT Cooking poobah says he got some medium-rare fried cow brain in St. Louis one time.
The newspaper man and former critic is the first to hold the job title since Craig Claiborne.
It's not the roach itself, he says, it's what the roach stands for.
Another big announcement from the newspaper's food section.
The former critic has a big, new role at the paper, part of which involves a new "dining news product."
Pandel in the NYT.
This is how they do it.
They've got some stories to tell, too.
Reichl, Grimes, Bruni, and Sifty talk shop.
Sam Sifton misses his critic gig.
"Anchovies don't play well in the newsroom."
"Dear Restaurant Scene of NYC ... "
The scribe calls the chef a poet, whose verses "taste of Los Angeles."
Tongues wag as The Commander in Chief goes to one of San Francisco's last restaurant's serving the banned delicacy.
The recently promoted critic also eats at Mozza.
He's been Dining Editor at the paper since 2006.
He'll be filling in for the time being.