IFBC

October 7, 2010

Not Your Average Carrot Soup

At last month’s International Food Bloggers Convention in Seattle, the Modernist Cuisine team prepared a dish they (rather modestly) described as carrot soup for the kickoff reception. Before heading downtown with the team, I caught Maxime Bilet and Anjana Shanker at The Cooking Lab and asked them to describe the dish they were preparing for the reception.

August 29, 2010

Foodies Gone Geek

Dr. Nathan Myhrvold’s presentation at the International Food Bloggers Convention (IFBC) today appeared to be a big hit with the food bloggers in attendance today. Despite the rather scientific nature of the book and the presentation, the audience seemed engaged throughout.  The high speed, high definition videos and high resolution photographs elicited cheers from the […]

August 28, 2010

When Food Words Fail

Is food blogging its own unique art? The short answer is yes, as I discovered during Kathleen Flinn’s “Writing With All Five Senses” workshop today. This IFBC workshop was packed with professional food bloggers who seemed to have no problem with the seemingly simple exercise of describing a lemon.

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