It could possibly be the biggest event to ever hit Wee Waa and as the countdown continues until Daft Punk’s world album launch on Friday, the tiny town of 2000 is preparing to party. The NSW town has chosen to mark the Random Access Memories album launch with a series of YouTube videos to welcome the 4000-plus Daft Punk fans from around the country.
As one of the millions of Americans who don’t like falafel, I feel somewhat chagrined today. Like many of my countrymen, I made a series of mistakes, errors of perception that drove me further into the darkness
Chefs of the Future! This is the third of a three-part series examining how restaurants may work in the years to come. Ludo Lefebvre has plenty of admirers
Bibendum, a tubby white cartoon man made of tires, made his annual voyage to America last week and awarded stars to 57 restaurants in New York City.
There was something for almost everyone on this year’s list of the San Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants. Beneath the stained glass windows of London’s Guildhall, an audience of journalists, chefs, and ardent foodies learned that, for the second year in a row, the terroir-centered cuisine of Rene Redzepi, the brilliant young chef of Copenhagen’s noma, had again taken the top spot.
Fast food chains are notoriously cagey about telling consumers how their food gets from the field to the feedlot to the drive-thru window. Hope Jahren, a researcher at the University of Hawaii, believes consumers have a right to know how their food is made
Iceland is losing its only three McDonald’s restaurants as a result of the poor economic situation in the country.
Budget-conscious celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has been hired to cook for G-20 leaders in London next week, nearly a year after they provoked outrage by eating an eight-course meal while discussing the global food crisis. Oliver’s company will feed the leader’s at Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s residence, 10 Downing Street. Leaders at last July’s G-8 meeting drew heavy criticism for enjoying an eight-course meal featuring 19 dishes while they were meant to be discussing how to ease global food shortages
Victims fleeced by Bernard Madoff’s investment scheme may be forgiven for being wary of a something-for-nothing offer. But through Saturday, a New York City restaurant is offering them the real thing: a free three-course meal
It’s a tough time for businesses, but one entrepreneur may have found the recipe for success.