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Q&A with Steven Shaw on His Food Blogging Class at ICC

New York Adam Kuban 2 comments

"Let me also assure you that very little of the money goes to me.... Hour for hour, I could probably make more money working at Chuck E. Cheese." Photograph by The Amateur Gourmet Earlier this month, we mentioned that eGullet's... More

Food Blogging Classes at ICC

New York Adam Kuban 6 comments

For $795, eGullet founder and publisher Steven Shaw will teach you how to be a food blogger at the International Culinary Center.... More

Kind Words for Serious Eats New York

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" ...the Serious Eats New York blog marches to the beat of its own drummer...." —Steven A. Shaw, on eGullet... More

Weekend Book Giveaway: 'Asian Dining Rules'

Ed Levine Closed

I don't know about you, but I'm not afraid to admit that I am befuddled by menus at certain Asian restaurants. To the rescue comes EGullet co-founder Steven A. Shaw's new book, Asian Dining Rules. I really like this book, as you can easily tell from my blurb (hey, it's my blurb, so it's not plagiarism to reprint it in its entirety): Whether you're a General Tso's chicken freak who has a hard time using chopsticks or an ultra-refined sushi aficionado looking for your next fugu fix, you're sure to find something informative, entertaining, and/or diverting in Shaw's book. Asian Dining Rules is refreshingly and suprisingly unsnobby, and a discerning must-read for any serious Asian food eater. Notice how I... More

Rats: Gross, But Less Dangerous Than Our Unwashed Hands

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eGullet's Steven Shaw has a strong op-ed in the New York Times today arguing for a more rational response to rats in restaurants than the current hysteria: Rats move freely from building to building: adult rats can, like the superhero Plastic Man, compress themselves to fit through spaces as narrow as half an inch. Their mobility makes them as easy to miss as they are to find. A rat-free city is no more possible than a germ-free or risk-free society. We can hope to manage rodents, roaches and other intruders down to an acceptable level, but they’ve always accompanied, and may outlast, human civilization.Rats in restaurants, while distasteful, are more a distraction than a disaster for public health. As... More

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