The Times profiles Demi Lovato, Curtis Stone teams with Tanger and Is Greenville the South's next great food city?

Posted by Patrick Donohue on March 11, 2013 


Jane Kramer writes about the greater implications of forks in The New Yorker. 


In a piece that was blowing up my Twitter and Facebook pages Friday, Esquire writer John Mariani wondered if Greenville might be the South's next great food city.


Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday picked five movies to watch this St. Patrick's Day, including Once and The Commitments.


NPR with a story about the Hawaiian culinary staple that is poi.


Think you know a lot about sandwiches? Take LA Times food critic's Jonathan Gold's interactive quiz.


Curtis Stone is teaming up with Tanger Outlets


How lackluster was this season of Top Chef? There will be no reunion.


Chef and Music to Your Mouth album John Currence eulogizes his friend, hunting partner and Tabasco CEO Paul McIlhenny. 


The food editor of the Washington Post comes out as a vegetarian.


A traditional Irish soda bread recipe just in time for St. Patrick's Day.


Style section did a nice profile on former Disney star and X-Factor judge Demi Lovato.


 
Maureen Dowd wrote a killer column about the demise of Time magazine.


Frank Bruni countered with a similarly great piece about horse meat, fish fraud and other kinds of culinary malfeasance.


John Patrick Shanley tells of returning to Ireland to learn about his heritage.


David Tanis wrote a brief but eloquent piece about the part of the iconic California restaurant Chez Panisse that was destroyed in a fire early Thursday.


The Atlanta Journal-Constitution goes inside Top Chef alum and Music to Your Mouth regular Kevin Gillespie's new restaurant, Gunshow.


I'm sure you've seen it but here it is anyway: DeAndre Jordan posterizez Brandon Knight.


Oh, and I'd be remiss in not mentioning that my Indiana Hoosiers won the Big Ten this weekend with a dramatic win over Michigan, leaving yours truly in shock and in tears.

 

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