Seen & Read: February 20, 2014
Food Arts Staff - February 21st, 2014
Is Harlem ‘Good’ Now?, New York Times
Marcus Samuelsson writes that Harlem has taught him a new meaning of hospitality. —Beverly Stephen, executive editor
Peter Pan Bakery: A Documentary Film
A glimpse inside Donna Siafakas’ bakery in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, that makes you yearn for a hot egg sandwich or chocolate-iced doughnut. —Abbe Lewis, associate editor
A Big Bet on Gluten-Free, New York Times
You know something is up when the Girl Scouts introduce a gluten-free cookie. The demand for gluten-free products is growing by leaps and bounds as companies bet on a growing market. —B.S.
Man Versus Machine—Who Will Win Tomorrow’s Coffee Battle?, Sprudge.com
A competition that could change the face of coffee shops. —Marni Mendelsohn, editorial assistant
Spain, Land of 10 P.M. Dinners, Asks If It’s Time to Reset Clock, New York Times
The long cherished tradition of late dinners—think of 10 p.m. as an early reservation—and long lunches in Spain may be in danger. A pro efficiency movement is lobbying to reset the clock in the hope of helping economic recovery along. —B.S.