Cartoons

Soup Cartoon

Print Email
by Amy Ephron & Gary Rosen

SoupCartoon

Concept & caption by Amy Ephron.
Illustration by Gary Rosen.

Stolen Eggs

Print Email
by Sophie Kipner

stoleneggs2.jpg

If I stole it, it would undoubtedly taste better. Ever since I was a little girl, despite the food on my grandpa’s plate being absolutely identical to the food I had before me, I would try to steal his. His food was tastier, stronger, more courageous and intelligent than my boring food. The bacon was crispier, the sausage was juicier, and the egg yolks were sunnier. 

Role Reversal

Print Email
by Christopher Lowe, David K. Israel

The Tokyo Stock Exchange

Print Email
by Amy Ephron

I don’t understand why Japanese sushi restaurants sometimes put that green plastic thing on the sushi plate as decoration.   My friend John thinks it looks like the dow jones ticker on a particularly up-and-down day.

sushi.jpg

New Media

Print Email
by Lisa Dinsmore

These strangely cool photos of food came to us through the ether and we just had to share them. Turns out they are from various childrens' books written and created by Joost Elffers and Saxton Freymann, all of which use creatures made from food to tell their stories.

image.5.jpg

 

restaurant news

Fredy's in Monaco
Europe
by Laura Johnson

ranierkelly.jpg I have been a news junkie since I was a child, probably because we only had one TV with rabbit ears. Every night after supper, I sat with my dad and watched the CBS Evening News with Walter...

Read more...
Mozza 2Go!
Los Angeles
by Jo Stougaard

mozza2go.jpgSince our very first visit to Pizzeria Mozza (Christmas Eve 2006), Peter and I have continuously wished for two things: That Mozza would offer a Pizza-to-go / Delivery service, and that Nancy...

Read more...
B & G Oysters
Boston
by Kitty Kaufman

bg 3B & G Oysters is one of those places that took off on Day One or at least that's how I remember it. We've had lunch there for years, not years and years, but enough to know that every oyster's...

Read more...
Coco Lezzone
Italy
by Steve Zaillian

steve_zaillian.jpg The first time I ate at Coco Lezzone in Florence, it was at the invitation of film producer Dino De Laurentiis, who knows a thing or two about Italian cooking:

(1) He created the gourmet...

Read more...