Chow 13 Profiles Food Movers and Shakers
|Courtesy of Chow.com, illustration by Frank Stockton.|
|Dogfish Head founder Sam Calagione searches for the lost brew.|
Among the bakers dozen are Christina Tosi, Momofuko's pastry chef who turns candy bars and potato chips into humorous desserts; Dogfish Head beer founder Sam Calagione, who the article at one point equates to J. Peterman (lol); Ryan Farr, one of the stars of the West Coast's butchering craze; Josh Viertel, the catalyst behind Slow Food USA's organized rise; and Novella Carpenter, who may be the reason why suburbanites are these days raising chickens in their backyards.
Give the Chow 13 a look - you may just read about someone you've never heard of before. As an aside, I learned another thing from Chow today: Fish sauce goes bad, apparently in as little as nine months. Time to throw out my three-year-old bottle.