Posts by Paul M. (6)
Ever wonder what to do with that slightly wrinkled bell pepper sitting in your produce drawer, or that Tupperware of cooked rice? Have you ever felt an overpowering sense of humdrum eating,… continue reading It's National Leftovers Day!
By written by Paul M. November 23, 2018
What do food and books have in common? I can certainly name three things: They are organic, can grow mold, and can be preserved. Those three things were key elements to a lesson taught to third… continue reading What Do Food and Books Have In Common?
By written by Paul M. October 17, 2018
If you ever indulged yourself in a marinated lamb taco from South Philly Barbacoa, then you are aware of Chef Cristina Martinez. She will be featured in the upcoming season of the Netflix… continue reading Marginalized Voices Being Heard: from Cristina Martinez to Welcoming Week Kick Off
By written by Paul M. September 13, 2018
As summer is approaching and the season of dinner parties and cookouts are among us, it is imperative that one must stack up on cookbooks. There are numerous new cookbooks out on shelves, but this… continue reading Summer Cookbooks: Diversity, Seasonality, and Personality
By written by Paul M. June 12, 2018
One of the biggest nights in the food world, The James Beard Foundation Media Awards , took place April 27 at Chelsea Piers in New York City. Hailed as “the Oscars of the food world,”… continue reading Culinary Literacy Center Presenters Win Big at "The Oscars of the Food World"
By written by Paul M. May 23, 2018
In the culinary world, Massimo Bottura is a big deal. With his extensive list of accolades and awards, and his renowned restaurant Osteria Francescana in Italy, Bottura is a culinary force to be… continue reading Cooking with Banana Peels? Chef Massimo Bottura Presents Bread Is Gold
By written by Paul M. May 7, 2018 2