Food FYI: Remembering Nora, better food porn, Julia and Paul
Nora Ephron loved food. Maybe not as much -- or at least as vocally -- as Sally. But she really loved to cook. So there can be no better way to remember her than with this essay from the New Yorker.
FOOD, BEAUTIFUL FOOD
Before you pull out your iPhone at the restaurant tonight, please -- PLEASE -- study this well-done guide to food photography from Food52.
Coming up on Julia Child's 100th birthday (Aug. 15, so you still have some time to shop), Ruth Reichl has a lovely essay in this month's food issue of Smithsonian magazine, paying tribute to our favorite cook and the power behind her throne -- her husband, Paul. But did they really have to put it in the history and archaeology section?
Video: Scene from "When Harry Met Sally," written by Nora Ephron