In Print: Clips from Food Sections

5. – The Chicago Tribune The Wine Line “The 45th parallel encircles the globe, marking vineyards both legendary and emerging, and reflecting a changing wine landscape.”

431897504. – The Oregonian Warming up to Winter Squash “When it comes to major appliances, “harvest gold” and “avocado green” went out of fashion eons ago. But every fall, winter squash in those same colors, along with creamy whites, lemony yellows and milky grays, beckon from bins at every market. How can we resist those painterly colors, zaftig shapes and nubby textures?”

3. – The LA Times The Return of the American Chestnut “Years after devastating die-offs, two blight-resistant California trees are at the forefront of the revival. Fresh, these nuts are a revelation — sweet and chewy.”

2. – The NY Times Eat & Tell “With 4 million reviews written and 15 million visitors a month, Yelp is a growing force in the food-obsessed corners of the Web.”

1. – The Washington Post The Scoop on Pumpkins “Don’t let that pumpkin on your front step go to waste after Halloween. You may be able to use it for Sunday supper. Depending on how long the pumpkin’s been outside, you could use the inside “meat” to make soup, or just serve a stew in the shell.”

photo from The LA Times



Filed under dessert, Gardening, How To, Restaurants

2 responses to “In Print: Clips from Food Sections

  1. bb

    That was the Philadelphia Inquirer.

  2. I’m not sure what you’re referring to.

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