Ruth Reichl, on $1 duck buns.
We talk to the former 'Gourmet' editor-in-chief about her new project.
They're selling a bunch of caviar and writing about gas-drilling practices.
She suspects a fellow judge, but it's not Grub Street's Alan Sytsma.
We hear he's signed on as features editor of the upcoming Gilt Taste.
Plus: Is Groupon in trouble?
In fact, she recommends the book being published by her former employer.
Sam Calagione, Ruth Reichl, José Andrés, and more give us their holiday gift picks.
Will the Twitter star show up?
The Noma chef talks geotagging and culinary geneaology at last night's New York Public Library event.
We follow up on the defunct magazine's masthead.
Reichl will be an editor-at-large for Random House — and an author!
Ruth Reichl sees a change in how chefs want to be perceived.
Plus: Heinz changes their ketchup recipe, and Whole Foods recovers from the recession, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Jamie Oliver spends his millions on school meals, and a new restaurant reality show, all in our morning news roundup.
Ruth Reichl on Twitter, her latest book, and a possible new gig. Plus, the latest on the Gorilla Coffee walkout.
Tony Bourdain's "Tao of Ruth" segment gets a visit from Reichl herself.
Plus, more quotables from their radio show last night.