“I’m Back.” With those two words, Popeye’s let the world know that their much sought after, impossible to find “Fried Chicken Sandwich” was making a return, but this time, with plenty for everyone! Here’s how this all started: on August… Read More ›
Best Chicken In Paris? Le Coq Rico Made Its Case And I Bit Down On Their Bird! A Bonus Windmill Greets You As Well!
“Either the best meat or no meat at all.” — Chef Antoine Westermann With that simple motto, the terrific restaurant Le Coq Rico was born in 2012 in the Montmartre district of Paris. Le Coq Rico sits on top of… Read More ›
“Beyond” Fried Chicken At KFC! I’m a huge fan of “Beyond Meats”, the plant-based alternative to burgers and sausages…and now KFC is going to make a “Beyond Meat Meatless Fried Chicken!” According to CNBC, KFC has teamed up with Beyond… Read More ›
KFC Does It Again With A “Cheetos” Chicken Mashup! Once again, KFC has stepped up with a bold and wildly over-the-top food mashup: their fried chicken and Cheetos! I found the story on DailyMail.com – a great place to find… Read More ›
Celebrating The Voice Of A Food Lover And Writer… Every Wednesday, I take my Bookmobile on the road to look at new fiction, classic literature, travel guides, candid memoirs and more…today, I want to share the words of a gifted… Read More ›
The Amazing Culinary World Of TV Dinners! The Wednesday Bookmobile Meets Mr. Birdseye! The Man Behind Frozen Meals! Great Food Writing!
Who Needs A Hot Meal And A Great TV Show? Sixty-three years ago, two great American traditions were changed forever: watching TV and eating dinner. Thanks to the invention of the “TV dinner”, Americans could step away from the stove… Read More ›
Does The Michelin Guide Have A Female Chef Problem? Only FIVE Female 3-Star Michelin Chefs In The World!
Michelin’s Lack Of Stars For Female Chefs… First, bravo to Chef Dominique Crenn for receiving her third Michelin Star last fall, for her incredible cooking at her restaurant Atelier Crenn in San Francisco…more on that in a moment. While my… Read More ›