Who profits off of the new 'Gourmet' cookbook?
Plus: Mac and cheese for hipsters, and a Café des Artistes resurrection, all in our morning news roundup.
Ruth Reichl hears talk of "TV, books, and even a yearly publication" from her former pals at Condé Nast.
Plus: Death & Co. looks west, and boneless chicken wings have their moment, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus, Charlotte S. Turgeon dies at 97, and Alton Brown uses a fire extinguisher to make smoothies.
The publishers of 'Saveur' and 'Cook's Illustrated' speak up.
Plus, Burger King gets a new look, the newest ladies-man chef, and more, in our daily news roundup.
Its ad-to-editorial ratio was the reason the beloved food title met the chopping block.
Julia Langbein went from writing the Bruni Digest to writing for 'Gourmet.' So what will she miss most?
Plus: Longer lines at food pantries, and 'Top Chef''s next season, all in our morning news roundup.
Readers share their connections with the magazine.
Condé Nast pulls the plug on the beloved magazine.
According to a report, they've been asked to cut a quarter of their budgets.
Plus: Saffron prices soar, and a new book about the best food clique ever, all in our morning news roundup.
Also, they're apparently a sexy bunch.
Magazine editors want the people to choose this year's "most delicious cover."
Plus: 'Gourmet' bets on TV, and the Chairman dances, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus, Gael Greene gives advice to the latest 10-year-old who wants to be a critic.
Offal aficionado Chris Cosentino downs fourteen double espressos a day, but that's not the shocking part!