On today’s THE FOOD SEEN, Kelly Carambula is a graphic designer by day, a maker/baker/blogger by night. She publishes the independent food magazine Remedy Quarterly, in which familiar stories and their kindred recipes co-mingle with artful typography and playful page layouts. Also find Kelly’s musings at eatmakeread.com and mixing cocktails for her seriouseats.com “Drinking in Season” series. This episode is sponsored by Fairway Market.
Twenty years ago, Italian food was regarded as cheap, peasant food. Now it’s served on menus worldwide and considered to be one of the healthiest cuisines. Esquire Magazine’s food critic John Mariani chronicles the story of pizza, macaroni and red sauce in How Italian Food Conquered the World.
Judging from the copious blogs and metres of magazine columns most of the Western world wants to not only eat and drink good food and wine, but write about it as well.
And if we could get paid for it, and do it from an exotic locale, then that would be just cream on the cake.
But really, how hard is it make a crust from food writing?
RN First Bite is a fly on the wall as a bunch of hopefuls practise their craft in the quest for a different life.
Robert Siegel looks ahead to the week’s tech news with Steve Henn. They cover the quarterly reports from the big tech companies.