It's been another week full of the finest of food and drink news. Here are a few of the week's top stories from Hot Dish.
Last week New York Times best selling author and one of Time Magazine's 2010 Top 100 Most Influential People, Michael Pollan paid a visit to the Twin Cities to promote his new book, Cooked; A Natural History of Transformation. The book walks readers through a history of cooking while drawing at ... More >>
New York Times best selling author and forefather of the modern movement against industrialized food is coming to the Twin Cities for a one-night-only event to promote his newest book, Cooked: a Natural History of Transformation. The event will be held May 2 at Beth El Synagogue in St. Louis Pa ... More >>
May is National Strawberry Month. First bred in Brittany, France, around 1740 from plants harvested in eastern North America, Chile, Argentina, the garden strawberry is known for its fragrance, bright red color, juicy texture, and sweet, sometimes tart taste. Whether eaten fresh or in prepare ... More >>
Forks Over Knives opens on Friday at the Landmark Lagoon Cinema in UptownIt was standing-room only in the Lagoon Cinema last night, as people lined the walls of the theater to see the premiere of Forks Over Knives, the new documentary film by Lee Fulkerson that espouses the life-changing (e ... More >>
Scott Pampuch in the kitchen at Corner Table‚ÄčSpend any amount of time with Scott Pampuch and you'll find he doesn't sit still for long. "I've got a pretty light prep day, and I've been wanting to make sausage. So I'm going to make sausage," he said, ducking into his walk-in cooler and returning wi ... More >>
Environmental group soliciting nominations of national leaders in local and sustainable food.
Jamie Oliver, Michael Pollan, Mark Bittman, and others feature in this week's New York Times Magazine's "Food Issue."
Food guru's NYT Mag feature, "Out of the Kitchen, onto the couch," reveals America's three-word diet plan...
Live twitter chat with the director today at noon!
La Belle Vie Chef Tim McKee wins the James Beard Award for Best Midwestern Chef.
MinnPost walks us through the last days of Larry, aka #713, as he makes his way to Twin Cities dinner plates.
Old Macdonald had a warehouse, e i e i o?
Mother Jones cover article proposes "fresh solutions for our rotten food system."
Critics say Target undercuts organic growers by pretending to be one of them
Restaurant Alma's new kid brother, Rotisserie Brasa, turns local farm products into dine-in or takeout delights
What your choice of grocery stores says about who you are
Ten years in the making, national organic standards are coming to a store near you