Tuesday, October 03, 2006

:: yummies :: The rise of food television

+ The rise of food television from The New Yorker is well worth a read if you're a foodie or watch Food Network. Bill Buford watched the food network for 72 hours. The article is his commentary on the shows, interviews with network folk and discusses the differences between the channel's shows and the likes of the renouned Julia Child.

From a marketing standpoint, the changes at Food Network are somewhat interesting as well. They have dropped most of their professional chefs in favor of cooks of the common wo/man...more or less.
(via kottke.com)

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