Tell me about your dinner.
He wants to make it simpler for you to buy all of your food, actually.
He says these things are poisoning the industry's talent pool.
"Don’t ever wrestle with a pig. You’ll both get dirty, but the pig will enjoy it."
"U deinitely hv the 'small dick syndrome'- do u hv a job?do u own ur house or anythng- u peice of cheap s**t?u need help!"
But we still say they add something to the dining experience.
Could that "failed attempt at a latte leaf" mentioned in 'The New Yorker' have anything to do with this?
David Chang gets into a Twitter tiff with a former fan, and appears on 'Top Chef.'
Can a "food amnesiac" make his meals more memorable by blogging them?
Can a cookbook comprised of Twitter-length recipes work?
A tour of the most socially networked fast-food joint of all time.
The "shitshow all-star" on why he quit Twitter.
Also in this week's magazine: a hundred-layer lasagne at Del Posto, and Fornino Park Slope opens.
The latest from the toques who tweet.
“Food was shit and the sheep were shoveling it down!”
Plus, Ryan Skeen is indeed back in the saddle.
Tasti D-Lite will expose your soft-serve habit to the world.