Los Angeles may be sunny and star-studded year-round, but summer is the prime time to grab a seat and some grub outdoors in La La Land.
As we have done every year since my daughter Alexandra "Alex" Scott held her very first front yard lemonade stand, volunteers across the country will host over 2,000 lemonade stands and events to raise funds for the fight against kids' cancer during National Lemonade Days.
Design is key in understanding many aspects of the restaurant industry and the food system at large, from the shape of a fork and the ways kitchens minimize environmental impact, to the visual elements of a dining room and the sustainable organization of food purveyor networks.
The film shows that hunger, for children and people as a whole, is a problem that America has solved in the past and can solve again if average Americans demand it. A Place at the Table shows us that it's easier than we think.
Mired in the politics of farm subsidies, food stamps, and sidelined by well-meaning charities and food pantries, a focus on the scandal of millions of working Americans who have little access to healthy food is hurt by the shame attached to hunger, and its flip side, poverty.
Bikini bodies are hot but great food is equally as sexy!
A Place At the Table, with talking heads ranging from Jeff Bridges to Tom Colicchio, all of them articulate and impassioned, is a film that should make you furious.
A new cooking show is vying for a slice of the prime time audience on network TV: ABC's The Taste. However, despite all the proclamations, The Taste and the culinary approach it promotes stay safely within the mainstream.
Careers Through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP), a pioneering organization that has awarded $37 million in scholarships for students attending culinary/hospitality programs across the U.S., will be holding its annual Gala Benefit on Monday, March 4.
In a recent chat about food, hair products and all points in-between, I was reminded how much I enjoy her energy and how much I respect all she has accomplished with a sense of humility, but no apologies for taking the culinary world by storm.
Bobby Flay Fit is meant to motivate people to "make exercise and eating right a part of their daily routine. That's it. It's not some magic bullet or new formula." Flay wanted to inspire people by showing them that if he, a chef, can do it, then so can you.
The hotels with the most bragging rights are going a step above by not only offering a gourmet experience in the dining room but one delivered to your door as well.
Traveling just a few blocks, you can't help but walk by a renowned restaurant, whether it boasts reliable, traditional fare or funky fusion that you can't find anywhere else.
Do you actually use your Magnetic Bag Clips at the now infamous Guy's American Kitchen & Bar? Do they live up to your expectations?
Though interviews and footage of famous chefs occupy most of the screen time in Three Stars, his main focus is the industry itself, in its business aspects and its complicated relationship with critics.
Why do we have this urge to eat food that nobody else is eating?