- Blackberry slow-cooker pulled pork sandwich: don't knock it 'til you've tried it!
- Celebrity party planner Colin Cowie on preparing a proper wedding toast.
- Plan a daytime bridal shower — complete with embossed invitations.
- Can you match the San Francisco restaurant to its storied chef?
- What do you know about food and wine pairings?
- A trip to Manzanita, star chef Traci Des Jardins's latest restaurant.
- The French dip, beef on weck, Italian beef: breaking down regional beef sandwiches.
Posts for August 14th 2010
We've seen this foodie fandom before, with Magnolia Bakery in Sex and the City, Seinfeld's Soup Nazi, San Diego's Kansas City Barbeque from Top Gun, the famous "o" scene in When Harry Met Sally at Katz's Deli in New York, Mystic Pizza, and the list goes on.
In my experience, once eateries are immortalized by the big (or little) screen, they get overly crowded, overly commercialized, and the quality decreases. But that's not always the case! What has been your experience?