5@5 is a daily, food-related list from chefs, writers, political pundits, musicians, actors, and all manner of opinionated people from around the globe.
Ruth Bourdain is one of the seven wonders of the Twitterverse.
With more than 8,500 followers, the fictional character has accumulated quite the cult foodie following since he/she magically appeared in March.
Touting a tagline of "comfort me with offal," Ruth Bourdain is a bizarre mash up of two of the food world's most distinctive personalities: bad boy chef and Travel Channel television host, Anthony Bourdain, and Ruth Reichl, the former editor in chief of the now-defunct but deeply revered Gourmet magazine.
When the former is known for being rather foul-mouthed, and latter is notorious for her Taoist-like tweets, hilarity with a touch of vulgarity typically ensues.
Kellogg Co. announced they are recalling 28 million boxes of cereals due to a funky odor and taste.
The recall includes some boxes of popular Kellogg brands like Froot Loops, Corn Pops, Honey Smacks and Apple Jacks.
Customers with questions can call Kellogg at 888-801-4163 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET.
For complete recall information, read the FULL STORY.
Every weekday, we're highlighting a local or regional blogger we think you ought to know about. We can’t be everywhere at once, so we look to these passionate eaters, cooks and writers to keep us tapped into every facet of the food world. Consider this a way to get to know a blog’s taste buds, because, well, you should.
Sink your teeth into today's top stories from around the globe.
Eatcyclopedia is our ever-expanding glossary of food terms, and we'll be highlighting a term from it each weekday. The entries include definitions and, where applicable, pronunciations and country of origin - all spelling bee competitor style. Want us this use it in a sentence? Okay, here goes.
Use: With every sushi order, the Japanese restaurant serves a bowl of miso soup with seaweed, tofu and chopped green onions.
Read the full entry for "miso."
Got a term you'd like defined? Tell us in the comments and we'll do our best to add it to the glossary.
While you're frying up some eggs and bacon, we're cooking up something else: a way to celebrate today's food holiday and the most delicious finds on TV.
If you've seen the happily-ever-after animated spoofing, "Shrek," you may remember sidekick Donkey's legendary little spiel about parfait.
"You know what else everybody likes? Parfaits. Have you ever met a person, you say, 'Let's get some parfait,' and they say, 'Hell no, I don't like no parfait?' Parfaits are delicious!"
In fact, so many people like parfait: there is a day devoted to it.