Seen & Read: November 21, 2013
Food Arts Staff - November 21st, 2013
Chelsea Market Cookbook: 100 Recipes from New York’s Premiere Indoor Food Hall by Michael Phillips with Rick Rodgers
In celebration of the market’s 15 year milestone, the cookbook features 100 recipes from market vendors, cooking and entertaining tips, and historical images of the Meatpacking District. In stores now, a portion of cookbook sales will benefit Charity: Water. —Abbe Lewis, associate editor
Where to Eat Out for Typhoon Haiyan Relief, Eater.com
Know of a restaurant donating funds to victims of the recent typhoon? Drop Eater a line. A list of where to dine to help those in need is being compiled. —A.L.
Greece Exports Its Recipe for Good Health to U.S. Congress, International.to
Greek chefs descend upon Capitol Hill to talk about the benefits of the Greek Diet. —Nancy Karamarkos, art director
The Fight Against Bland Airline Food, Wall Street Journal
Flying high on umami—British Airways is reducing its reliance on sodium by using umami flavors in its first class and business meals, courtesy of chef Heston Blumenthal. —Philippa Riley, advertising & events coordinator
‘Modernist Cuisine’ photos make a big impression at Science Center, New York Times
If you're in Seattle between now and February 17, 2014, swing by the Pacific Science Center to see The Photography of Modernist Cuisine exhibition, featuring 100 large-scale images. —Jacqueline Sainsbury, manager, Food Arts online
Thanksgiving Day à la Française, New York Times
Americans in Paris will always find a way to celebrate Turkey Day. —A.L.