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Bon Appetit

  1. Accolades
    Andrew Knowlton Calls Percy Street’s Erin O’Shea One of theThe Bon Appetit writer praises O’Shea for being one of few female pitmasters.
  2. Quote of the Day
    Why Jonathan Gold Kinda Likes YelpWhere else would you find the straight dope on a Taiwanese teen’s favorite restaurant?
  3. Summer Stock
    Julia Child: The Musical!Tony winner Judy Kaye will play the Cambridge chef at BU this summer.
  4. Superlatives
    Huck Runs Plum Out of Pluck After Bon App StoryA magazine article boosts sales to unseen levels.
  5. Lists
    Little Skillet, Pies ‘n’ Thighs Among BonThe 10 best fried chicken places outside of the Deep South.
  6. Foodievents
    Chicago Gourmet Pulls in Bon Appetit SponsorshipIn its third year, the Chicago festival gets a big sponsor.
    McCormick and Schmick’s Gets Some LoveThe Glee and American Idol guest star talks with Bon Appetit about her favorite place to eat in the world.
  8. Other Magazines
    Will Gourmet Make a Comeback?As a “custom magazine”?
  9. Mediavore
    Popeye’s CEO Lashes Out at Calorie Counts; New App Foretells Food AllergensA fast food exec says new food laws are “un-American,” while technology helps sniff out potential non-edibles.
  10. Mediavore
    Cupcakes Descend on the Met; Popeye’s CEO Against Calorie CountsPlus: U.S. wants Japan to eat its meat, and Domino’s ads go micro, all in our morning news roundup.
  11. Mediavore
    Chocolate Parties Are the New Tupperware Parties; Popeye’s CEO Unimpressed byPlus: Domino’s new ads microtarget, and White House wants U.S. beef back in Japan, all in our morning news roundup.
  12. Menus
    Daniel Patterson Teaches Us How to Braise Pork ShoulderPatterson’s pork shoulder gets an overnight marinade and a three-and-a-half-hour braise.
  13. Lists
    Country’s Best Doughnuts?The mag does a cross-country survey of doughnuts, but the Bay Area choices are a little haute for our taste.
  14. Trends
    Bon Appétit Holds On to Meatballs in 2010The January issue features an obligatory trend piece.
  15. Marketing Gimmicks
    Let Bon Appétit Be Your SommelierThe magazine is the latest to launch a wine club.
  16. Truckin’
    Jose Andres Pulls A String For KogiJose Andres stands up for food trucks at the Bon Appetit awards.
  17. Other Magazines
    Bon App’s Barbara Fairchild is a Food PopulistThe editor of ‘Bon Appetit’ embraces all flavors.
  18. Lists
    Simulate Thanksgiving in a RestaurantBon Appetit’s picks for restaurants to visit on Thanksgiving.
  19. Other Magazines
    Will Edible San Francisco Follow in Gourmet’s Footsteps?Local progressive food magazine is looking for a cash infusion but its publisher says it’s not in danger of closing.
  20. Other Magazines
    Bon Appétit Shrinks As Food Network Magazine GrowsAfter killing ‘Gourmet’, Condé is said to have cut staff at ‘Bon Appétit.’
  21. Other Magazines
    Gourmet’s Competitors Examine the Corpse, Blame BloggersThe publishers of ‘Saveur’ and ‘Cook’s Illustrated’ speak up.
  22. Other Magazines
    Gourmet Will Fold After Almost 70 YearsCondé Nast pulls the plug on the beloved magazine.
  23. Mediavore
    Saffron Prices Soar; Renaissance Reached in Kosher FoodsSaffron prices go astronomical and Kosher foods are enjoying increasing popularity.
  24. Mediavore
    Arson Trial Set for Vallejo Wine Blaze; Saffron Reaches $3,000 a Pound
  25. Mediavore
    Oprah Spikes Food Sales; Saffron Gets More ExpensivePlus: an MFK Fisher/Julia Child book; the dark future of food magazines
  26. Mediavore
    Fresh Food for Students; Saffron Prices SoarPlus: a new food book, and fewer food magazines, all in our morning news roundup.
  27. Mediavore
    The Price of Saffron Rises; Is Julia & James Next?Plus: Saffron prices soar, and a new book about the best food clique ever, all in our morning news roundup.
  28. Lists
    OpenTable, Kogi Among 2009 Bon Appetit HonoreesThe magazine has released its annual list of culinary movers and shakers.
  29. Lists
    Myers + Chang Is the ‘Best’The South End Chinese spot was named as one of the country’s ten best new Asian noodle bars.
  30. In Other Magazines
    Select the Best Food Cover of the YearMagazine editors want the people to choose this year’s “most delicious cover.”
  31. Lists
    Hungry Mother Makes Top Ten New American RestaurantsThe Cambridge restaurant is honored by Bon Appetit.
  32. Lists
    Bar Jules Makes Bon Appetit Top TenJessica Boncutter’s simple food and lack of attitude impress.
  33. Lists
    Mado One of Bon App’s Top Ten New American RestaurantsA preview of the magazine’s picks for the best in America.
  34. Lists
    Fort Greene’s No. 7 Makes Top Ten New American RestaurantsA sneak peek of ‘Bon Appétit’s new list.
  35. Mediavore
    House Defeats Food-Safety Bill; Organic Food Not Any HealthierPlus: Pat LaFrieda on the burger resurgence.
  36. Lists
    Chili TallyA New York restaurant makes ‘Bon Appétit’’s list of best chili in the country.
  37. Lists
    Bon Appétit Readers Are Offal SqueamishThe magazine asks its readers what foods they’d give sex up for, and which ones are a turnoff?
  38. Trends
    Blog Assesses 2008 Predictions While Magazine Makes 2009 PredictionsDid Epicurious’ predictions for 2008 pan out? And what will next year hold?
  39. Foodievent
    Get Cheap Lunch at the ‘Bon App’ Supper ClubCooking demos and high-end cheap eats in midtown.
  40. Michael Psilakis
    Psilakis Still Top ChefWe saw him first!
  41. In Other Magazines
    Food Writers Dwell Happily in the Past This MonthThe best stories in this month’s crop of food mags are old. Saveur, which leads the year off with the Saveur 100, runs highlights from the WPA’s unpublished 1937 opus, America Eats, a documentary record of American foodways that is only now seeing the light of day; the images excerpted here are evocative and beautiful and make us eager to see the America Eats book to be published (finally) later this year. Gourmet is devoted to southern cooking, with a wonderful, previously unpublished “What Is Southern?” leadoff essay by the late Edna Lewis, formerly of Café Nicholson. Bon Appétit goes with a “Green Issue” with a long piece by Blue Hill’s Dan Barber on vegetables, an ecofriendly meat guide by sausage guru Bruce Aidells, and a moving essay on a vegetarian who returns to the meat wagon because of sausages. Food & Wine is something of a bore, consisting mostly of lists of “Tastes to Try in 2008,” most of which were short on detail and long on obviousness. (Fiamma has a new chef!) Finally, Food Arts, which won’t come out till later this week, has a major service feature on beef, along with an essay by French Culinary Institute techno whiz Dave Arnold on hydrocolloids, a class of gelatins big in molecular-gastronomy circles.
  42. NewsFeed
    ‘Bon Appétit’ Brawl Continues: In Defense of Home Cooking Grub Street pal Adam Roberts, known to the world as the Amateur Gourmet, penned a defense of home cooks today, pegged on our recent “incendiary” remarks about Bon Appétit. (Has that phrase ever been written before?) Roberts stands up for the home cook: “You may not find us in the glossy pages of New York Magazine, but you will find us at our kitchen table, laughing with friends, and digging into a slice of homemade apple pie.” Don’t get us wrong: New York is devoted to home cooking, and in fact, we have a pretty sizable recipe database which you can draw from. As far as our position here on Grub Street, though, we think we’re being misunderstood.
  43. Back of the House
    Face It, ‘Bon Appétit’: You’re Never Going to Be HipThe announcement by Bon Appétit that they were going to court younger readers by adjusting its logo was greeted with plenty of amusement earlier today, but the reality is even grimmer than it sounds: Not only is Bon App trying to skew younger, but it’s trying to differentiate itself from other food magazines. The truth is that Bon Appétit will never be any hipper or friskier than it is, because no magazine about upscale entertaining can ever speak to people that don’t have big houses and plenty of time on their hands. Even among such magazines, Bon Appétit is the most boring, an ad-packed Nembutal calling to mind the “women’s pages” where newspapers used to publish their party recipes. With the Food Network, the Internet, and a dozen more interesting magazines at their disposal, there’s no way we can imagine someone under 40 reading Bon Appétit.
  44. In Other Magazines
    Escaping the Obligatory Turkey FeatureIt’s November in the food-magazine business, so expect feature after endless feature about Thanksgiving, and every imaginable variation on recipes for turkey and stuffing. Gourmet gives a pretty complete account, including big Turkey Day features on the fancy version, the Asian version, the Italian version, and even the vegetarian version. Bon Appétit is about the same, taking the big-name approach: Bruce Aidells on turkey, and Michael Lamonaco on potatoes, among others. A profile of Aidells and his meat-minded kitchen is in November’s Food & Wine, as well as such year-round delights as domestic cheeses and a new brand of whiskey out of Oregon. Saveur, thankfully, limits itself to a nice article about a West Virginia farm, and then dips in on such disparate topics as kale, heritage chickens, prosciutto from Iowa, and other Saveur-like topics. We’re grateful for the respite; Thanksgiving is early this year but not that early.
  45. Neighborhood Watch
    Celebrity-Chef ‘Pop-Up’ Café Open in Midtown; Halloween RecipeAstoria: Freeze Peach is hosting a costume party Saturday at 8 p.m. and it’s BYO. [Joey in Astoria] Boerum Hill: Balsamic vinegar is available as a topping at the new ecofriendly ice-cream parlor Blue Marble, on Atlantic Avenue near Bond Street. [Bergen Carroll] Chelsea: Tekserv is hosting a Mac OS X Leopard release party tonight with free food and live jazz, and the winner of the leopard-themed costume contest gets an iPod. [Blog Chelsea] Clinton Hill: New restaurant Mariam at 975 Fulton Street features cuisine from Senegal, Kenya, and Guinea, but even though okra was “cooked down to an indiscernible sludge,” it doesn’t feel overextended; the spot will soon add Jamaican food to the menu. [Eat for Victory/VV] Flatiron: The Manhattan branch of Boerum Hill restaurant Lunetta opens Monday on Broadway at 21st Street. [Grub Street] Lower East Side: Essex Street’s newest Shamalian bar may have opened for a night this week, but it’s closed now. [Eater] Just in time for Halloween house parties, the Stanton Social has provided a simple recipe for pumpkin croquettes. [Restaurant Girl] Meatpacking District: The communal table at Los Dados is supposedly a hot singles scene. [Bottomless Dish/Citysearch] Midtown West: Bon Appétit’s “Pop-Up” café opened yesterday and features sandwiches and salads designed by Emeril, Giada, Govind, and Pichet Ong, plus desserts from Will Goldfarb. [Midtown Lunch] Related: Celebrity Chefs Flock to Former Home of Cheesy Celebrity Restaurant Prospect-Lefferts-Gardens: Papas & Sons market was busted Wednesday. “Word on the street is that someone in there was running numbers,” but no one’s talking. [Across the Park]
  46. Foodievents
    Celebrity Chefs Flock to Former Home of Cheesy Celebrity Restaurant The building that was the Hard Rock Café at 221 West 57th Street, having committed so many affronts to gastronomy over the years, is about to atone, temporarily. Bon Appétit is turning it into a “pop-up supper club and café” where, from October 25 to November 3, a series of celebrity chefs will do demos and book signings during lunchtime. The names should be familiar ones, ranging from TV chefs like Cat Cora and Giada De Laurentiis to established New York stars like Claudia Fleming and Will Goldfarb. Every day, the café area will feature a different signature dish from that day’s chef. Bon Appétit promises affordability, too: All the dishes at lunch will cost $10 or less. The roster of chefs is after the jump.
  47. In Other Magazines
    ‘Gourmet’ Hits El Alto; ‘Bon Appétit’ Hails ChangAs we near the end of the month, it’s time to look at the latest batch of food magazines. Gourmet‘s entire October issue is devoted to Latin American cooking and has two big features that New Yorkers will want to check out: a profile of “El Alto,” the Dominican enclave in upper Manhattan, with a focus on the area’s restaurants, and a mouthwatering survey of taco trucks around the USA.