Screw The Story's Plot: What Did They Have For Lunch?

Yeah, stories are fine and all, but for food-lovers, there's nothing better than a good meal description. In the latest New Yorker » 11/26/08 5:00pm 11/26/08 5:00pm, chef Alice Waters reminisces about her favorite, a feast from Marcel Rouff's — "this sumptuous French meal with everything, turtle soup, the whole thing." That sounds good, but it's no…

"Cooking For One" Is Kind Of Like, Well, Regular Cooking

Lately, "cooking for one" is "a hot topic" that food magazines and cookbooks are covering with patronizing gusto. A piece » 11/19/08 2:40pm 11/19/08 2:40pm in the offers a slew of practical tips on the joys of freezing and shopping and cooking in bulk, all of them good. (And many of which the 'belles had ) But the real issue probably isn't how to cook…