Time to reflect on the year that has passed, a good one with much productivity here in the Ruhlman household! As our hobbled economy slouches toward recovery (and a fractious House of Reps hides behind a corner, stick in hand, waiting to trip it up), we remain staunchly optimistic! And I would like to publicly thank my amazing wife, without whom none of this could happen. Thank you, Donna! Herewith, a bit of personal horn tooting, highlights of this year’s work, followed by the Top Ten most popular posts of 2012. Best wishes to all for a healthy and fruitful New Year filled with great food and great cooking! Ruhlman’s Twenty: 20 Techniques, 100 Recipes, a Cook’s Manifesto won both the James Beard Foundation Award and the IACP award for general cooking. Brian Polcyn and I published Salumi: The Craft of Read On »
Posts Categorized: Food Business
A Portland, Oregon bar that we do more then serve beer, it will help serve the community, via Good.
Livestock near oil and gas drilling areas maybe contained farmers, via Civil Eats.
Danny Meyer’s Shake Shack that whips up the best burgers and shakes is opening up in London, via Huffington Post.
The reasons why the iconic Hostess company is in trouble, via The New Yorker.