Locke-Ober and Towne seek social media glory in interesting ways.
The author of Pennsylvania Breweries takes the British scientific journal The Lancet to task over a recent article it published.
For their arrival on Twitter, Sampan is throwing a party.
A Twitter poll crowns a surprising meatball champ.
The son of the King of Pop donates his time for the hungry and Echo Park's Haitian chicken favorite is again under construction.
Joseph Cirniglia is found dead in The Hudson River, and L.A.'s pop-up chef phenom has another hit on his hands with a food truck.
People unable to go or too full at other events can still Tweet questions to food editor Russ Parsons and food truck operators.
Can a cookbook comprised of Twitter-length recipes work?
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Inspections are planned for hundreds of egg facilities, while the Campanile chef pairs with Weiser Farms for next weekend's food festival.
A tour of the most socially networked fast-food joint of all time.
The "shitshow all-star" on why he quit Twitter.
The future of food in Philly will be on the streets.
Amateur mixologists can tweet their cocktail recipes in a new contest.
Also in this week's magazine: a hundred-layer lasagne at Del Posto, and Fornino Park Slope opens.
Diana Stavaridis starts a weekly recipe contest.
The latest from the toques who tweet.
“Food was shit and the sheep were shoveling it down!”
MunchMad forms for everyone who needs to discuss their meals.