You need to give canned tuna in olive oil a second chance.
Mimi Sheraton is a pioneering food writer and former restaurant critic for Cue, the Village Voice, and the New York Times. Her writings on food and travel have appeared in Time, the New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Smithsonian, Vogue, Town & Country, New York magazine, and Food & Wine. She has written sixteen books, including The German Cookbook, that was reissued last year in a 50th anniversay edition and a memoir, Eating My Words: An Appetite for Life. Her book, The Whole World Loves Chicken Soup, won both the IACP and James Beard awards, and she won a James Beard journalism award for her article on the Four Seasons’ fortieth anniversary inVanity Fair. She was born in Brooklyn and is 70-years resident of Greenwich Village. Here latest book, “1,000 Foods to Eat Before You Die” was published in 2015.
Our columnist remembers her family’s traditional break fast meal and their signature Hungarian baked fish dish.
Celebrate the holiday by whipping up a big pot of steamers and clam broth.
We remember the famed French chef and restaurateur who amassed more than 30 Michelin stars.
We remember and honor L.A.’s top eater—a man for all seasonings.
From casual bistros to fancy restaurants, French food merits celebration.
Our columnist looks back on how her father introduced her to the world of restaurants.
Legendary food critic Mimi Sheraton reflects upon Anthony Bourdain’s life, legacy, and revolutionary impact upon multiple facets of American culture.
The family behind one of Italy’s most famous fashion houses shares its favorite recipes in a new cookbook.
We remember several of these long-gone and cherished Manhattan establishments.