Seen & Read: November 7, 2013
Food Arts Staff - November 7th, 2013
Good Stock: Life on a Low Simmer by Sanford D’Amato
Milwaukee’s iconic chef, Sanford “Sandy” D’Amato, debuts his memoir accounting the way American culinary culture has evolved, with personal photos and more than 80 of his favorite recipes. Look for it on shelves on November 12. —Abbe Lewis, associate editor
The New Yorker, November 4, 2013
Don't miss The New Yorker's food issue. It makes me wish for a plane ride long enough to read the whole issue. Another lengthy profile of Chobani wunderkind Hamdi Ulukaya, whose company has reached a billion dollars in revenue just after five years. Ulukaya believes there is still room "for enormous growth in the U.S. market…Men are not touching it." Hint: Food trends are starting with chefs and trickling down. Also in the issue: Jane Kramer on Massimo Bottura and Adam Gopnik muses about bread and women. —Beverly Stephen, executive editor
Rethink Haiti: The Best Tourism Video You’ll See All Year, Skift.com
The title sums it up—the five minute video is worth a watch and hopefully a trip. —A.L.
Fashionable Food: René Redzepi, Harper’s Bazaar
René Redzepi has hit the fashion mainstream with an interview in the November Bazaar. He says "vegetables are becoming more than side dishes—really they're the stars of the show," but admits insects on menus are still a hard sell. —B.S.
UPDATED: If the Sriracha Plant is Forced to Close, It May Be Time to Start Hoarding Rooster Sauce, Toronto Life
Crisis temporarily averted for Sriracha lovers. —Philippa Riley, advertising & events coordinator
A Kitchen In Provence, Travel + Leisure
Luke Barr, the author of *Provence, 1970: M.F.K. Fisher, Julia Child, James Beard, and the Reinvention of American Taste* writes about renting Julia's house in Provence when he was doing research for his book in the November issue of Travel + Leisure. —B.S.