Forget gourmet food trucks, are you ready for "Eater-tainment," "SuperSense," and "Food Telling"? These will be the big consumer food trends in 2020 according to researchers at Spain’s Azti-Tecnalia research and development center.
British street food purveyors offer convenient eats with a side of philanthropy.
The Wall Street Journal reports on how Mexican chefs are reinventing traditional street food.
The Wall Street Journal predicts the next top restaurants to receive global acclaim.
Wall Street Journal: "Make room Spain and Korea, Peru is having its moment in the gastronomic sun."
Increasingly, says the Wall Street Journal, restaurateurs are finding savings in rent by squeezing tables into miniscule spaces.
Aaron Wehner, publisher at Ten Speed Press, which recently released Paletas and quite a few other jacketless cookbooks, says, "It's mostly a subjective feel thing—a jacket can sometimes seem a little formal and traditional for a particular book. Whereas POB [paper over board] can feel more contemporary, and a little less fussy."
Food writer and author Amanda Hesser is not a fan of dust jackets: "For a cookbook, a dust jacket really doesn’t make that much sense because it can easily get soaked with whatever you're cooking with and get beat up," she told me.Read More >