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A very cool slideshow over at the New York TImes of some of the amazing photography from Modernist Cuisine, The Art and Science of Cooking.
An interesting Q&A with Amanda Hesser on adapting and writing recipes on Dianne Jacob's site.
The New York Times review of Blood, Bones and Butter.
Colin Sterling's interview with Grant Achatz about Life on the Line and life in general.
David Lebovitz on bergamot.
One great drink.
From the TED blog, Dr. Charles Limb discussing Hip Hop, Creativity and the Brain.
And finally Five Misconceptions About Writing by Rick Riordan, author of the Percy Jackson series and other wonderful books.
Posted on March 10, 2011 at 06:52 PM in Food For Thoughts | Permalink
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