Yesterday, CBS Sunday Morning reflected on the life of Parisian baker Lionel Poilâne who passed away in 2002 and left his daughter Appolonia his eponymous Parisian boulangerie. Throughout the segment, Dorie Greenspan reminisces on Poilâne's single-handedness in the kitchen, what makes waiting for his cookies such a punishment, and the growth of the "manufactory" [...]
The New Yorker may have released its annual food issue today, but over the weekend, Parade also ran a food-heavy issue. The theme: "What America Eats." Parade is the most widely read magazine in America, with a circulation of 32 million and a readership of 71 million, so what was America reading?
A.J. Jacobs attempts to [...]