Reporter Allen Salkin exposes the Food Network in a new book.
Jewish Week Correspondent
Former New York Times reporter Allen Salkin interviewed more than 200 people for his riveting expose: “From Scratch: Inside the Food Network.” The book, which was ranked among the top 10 of 2013 by NPR, reports controversial stories about some of the food network’s stars. In it, Salkin chronicles the rise of Emeril Lagasse, Paula Deen (who cooked fatty foods without disclosing she had diabetes and then later fell from grace amid reports of racist comments) and Chef Robert Irvine, who was replaced for a season of “Restaurant Impossible” after questions emerged about his resume.
Prepared holiday meals available at all 13 Fairways this year.
Fairway Market, the grocery store giant known for kosher products like European house-brand olive oil, is making its prepared holiday meals available in many more of its stores this year – all 13 of them.