An art historian and food and wine writer, Leonard Barkan roves from Pompeiian mosaics to Bible passages to Shakespearean plays in search of food and drink.
A group of food writers in San Francisco gathered personal essays and art from 30 contributors around the country.
It turns out that making a dish and making a work of art have a fair amount in common.
A new documentary is coming out about Bourdain, but one could learn even more about his ethos by looking at the various TV programs he hosted.
Maite Gomez-Rejón founded Artbites in 2007, sharing her combination of food and art history, including recipes inspired by historical works.
With Untitled Pizza Movie, David Shapiro spotlights a slice of NYC life.
The documentary The Truffle Hunters looks at a dying way of life.
The short film Egg Cream explores the history of the Downtown Jewish concoction.
The online series Hot Ones has guests eat a series of increasingly hot wings while being asked incisive questions. It’s a welcome respite from the blandness of most entertainment junkets.
Offal, a show named after innards, ought to have some messy moments and blunt edges, and it luckily does.
Artists Theresa Loong and Laura Nova’s Feed Me a Story gathers family recipes and immigrant food experiences through a roving social engagement project.
The Dutch loved painting lemons; Italians, oranges and pears. Meanwhile, artists from the US and France were the most likely to incorporate the humble cracker into their canvases.