Featured in covid-19
COVID-19 Challenged Farmers to Find New Customers. Here’s a Success Story.
After many in The Sunderland Farm Collaborative lost their restaurant business due to the pandemic, they banded together to stay alive. Is this a model for the future of local...
How a Farm-to-Cafeteria Lunch Program is Surviving the Pandemic
Like everything else, what it means to be a "Lunch Lady" has changed this past year. Here's what that means for one school in upstate New York.
Best Thing I Ate This Month: Bar George’s Raw Oysters with Jalapeño Mignonette
Two intrepid restaurant pros and their ad hoc oyster mobiles are bringing the bivalves—and joy—to Charleston.
The Unlikely Affineur: Cheesemaking in a Culture of Pandemic
Parisian graphic designer Antoine Ricardou did not plan to tend cheese. Then the pandemic happened.
The Flavor of Resilience: Loló, A Beloved Restaurant in San Francisco’s Mission District, Offers Comfort During A Pandemic
The transporting power of food and memories.
Leave It to That Eccentric Genius Chef Patrick O’Connell to Serve Up Surprise and Delight Just When We Need It Most
Mid-century mannequins and Marilyn Monroe face masks are just a couple ways The Inn at Little Washington hopes to make patrons feel “good about life” again.
Quarantined? 5 “Quaran-tinis” To Make At Home
We’re all missing our local watering hole; one of these easy riffs on the classic martini will up your game and impress your friends at your next virtual happy hour.
Houston Chef Chris Shepherd Is Helping Restaurant Workers Survive the Coronavirus Crisis—But He’s Worried About His Industry After The Pandemic
“My honest opinion is that the restaurants that are closing right now have a 10 percent chance of reopening.”
Chef Andrew Carmellini on Missing Kitchen Life in Pandemic America
The chef-owner of New York City’s Locanda Verde, The Dutch, Lafayette, Leuca, and Bar Primi considers the meaning of métier—his calling into the professional kitchen—and what it’s like to live...
Support Our Small Food Producers and Buy Direct
Our cheesemongers, fishermen, and butchers are feeling the effects of COVID-19 restaurant closures, too. Here’s how you can shop their goods.