Just imagine for a minute that your kitchen is a rehearsal hall, your dining area a stage, and your favorite dishes as the actors in the dinner plays you produce and direct. It can put a different focus on what your favorites are and how many times you haul them out from the wings.
There are hidden gems where we can explore interesting and unusual cuisines in neighborhoods most people might not know about. With Sue Ralston’s visit to Ghazni Afghan Kabobs in Hayward, we start to seek food discoveries in unexpected places.Continue reading →
At Eat Drink Films we are delighted to serve as a Media Partner for this year’s Real Food Films Contest, a competition where in the past two years, more than 300 filmmakers from around the world have entered the world’s largest short-films competition for films on food, farming and sustainability. Continue reading →