Diane Mott Davidson
On today's THE FOOD SEEN, Diane Mott Davidson, the Agatha Christie of the food world, talks about her 17th book in her long-standing series of culinary mystery novels. The sleuthy protagonist, Goldy Schulz, a small town caterer, cooks her way through her friend's murder investigation.
Photographer Penny De Los Santos
On today's THE FOOD SEEN, photographer Penny De Los Santos has been contributing insight into our world's food traditions through her lens. Seen in National Geographic and Saveur magazines, her images speak for themselves (her powerful TEDx talk speaks volumes as well).
Sam Richman of Gran Electrica
On this episode of U Look Hungry, our hostess Helen Hollyman is joined by Sam Richman of the new Mexican restaurant Gran Electrica located in DUMBO, Brooklyn. Tune in to hear Sam talk about his recent trip to Mexico, and what he learned about Mexican cuisine during his travels.
This week on Why We Cook it's all about adaptability and flexibility. Erica talks about about the advantages of planning your meals and getting the most out of your leftovers-- from venison burgers,to a breakfast of cabbage and eggs to the seasonal offerings of cabbage and rhubarb.