Unbroken Ground is a 25-minute film that explores the critical role food plays in finding solutions to the environmental crisis. The industrial style food production has a negative impact on our ecosystems and this is a story of four pioneering groups who are rethinking agriculture and production of food. Highly recommended.
Chris Young is a Seattle-based entrepreneur and professional chef with a background in theoretical mathematics and biochemistry. From 2003 to 2007, he worked at the Fat Duck with super chef Heston Blumenthal as well as opened the Fat Duck Experimental Kitchen. He left to work with Nathan Myhrvold on Modernist Cuisine: The Art and Science … Continue reading Chris Young
Facts, reality and truth are the victims in this age of ever-faster media and attention manipulation. This cataclysm is having a big impact ton food journalism, which need to pull itself by its straps. Like rest of the media, it is good to dig deeper to get the real story. [The Pacific Standard]
A newish food enthusiast & review website, The Infatuation, recently asked me what were my five favorite restaurants and what were they perfect for. The list was published this morning and included my all time current favorite, Piccino and my favorite brunch spot, Hakkasan. Of course, there are many other places but for now I … Continue reading My 5 Favorite SF Eateries
It takes 20 years to build a brand, and it takes three tantrums to destroy it — Mario Batali, Chef Continue reading Brand