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April 8, 2001 | Times Wire Services
This month Colman Andrews becomes the second person to head Saveur magazine, replacing Newsweek-bound Dorothy Kalins as editor in chief. Kalins, 57, shaped Saveur as a high-concept glossy that connects fine foods with their humble origins. "Our feeling was, food was sort of floating around in restaurants but it didn't come from anyplace," Kalins said last week as she wrapped up her tenure at the magazine she created seven years ago.
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April 8, 2001 | Times Wire Services
This month Colman Andrews becomes the second person to head Saveur magazine, replacing Newsweek-bound Dorothy Kalins as editor in chief. Kalins, 57, shaped Saveur as a high-concept glossy that connects fine foods with their humble origins. "Our feeling was, food was sort of floating around in restaurants but it didn't come from anyplace," Kalins said last week as she wrapped up her tenure at the magazine she created seven years ago.
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June 13, 2006 | From Times Wire Reports
A food writer's bag containing recording equipment, honey, an oyster shell and seasoning rub was blamed for a three-hour shutdown and evacuation of Tallahassee's airport, authorities said. The electronic gear and organic material looked suspicious to Transportation Security Administration officers who examined X-ray images of the bag, said Quinten Johnson, TSA's security director at the airport.
FOOD
December 22, 1999 | RUSS PARSONS
Saveur magazine, the publication of choice for arch-foodies, has come out with its second list of 100 things its editors like best in the whole wide world. Naturally, the first thing we looked for was how the home team made out. Although we're not as well represented as, say, Manhattan, Southern California did pretty well again this year.
NEWS
May 23, 2013 | By Rosemary McClure
Hungry for a change of pace? The World Street Food Jamboree in Singapore, May 31 to June 9, may be the place to find it. The event, described as a "mega street food feast," will feature 35 master chefs. Entries will hail from Indonesia, India, Thailand, Vietnam, the United States, Malaysia, Copenhagen, Denmark, China and Singapore, one of the world's best-known street food cities.   In addition to offering unusual cuisines, ongoing events will include masterclass cooking demonstrations, an awards ceremony, discussions on street food opportunities, live music and other entertainment.
FOOD
October 20, 1999 | RUSS PARSONS
Although it covers the food world widely, Saveur magazine has never made a secret of its Francophilia. The name, after all, is not Sabor, Sapore or even Feng Wei. That affection seems almost quaint today, as French food has been badly smeared by the pretensions of less-than-gifted cooks, but Saveur is also dedicated to the notion of real food, cooking with cultural roots--what it would probably call "le cuisine profonde."
FOOD
January 6, 1999
1. "How To Cook Everything," by Mark Bittman (MacMillan, $25). A fresh approach to the cooking encyclopedia, with more than 1,500 recipes. Last week: 5 Weeks on list: 15 2. "Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone," by Deborah Madison (Broadway Books, $40). Vegetarian cookbook with 1,400 recipes and sections on ingredients and cooking methods. Last week: 1 Weeks on list: 48 3. "The Pie and Pastry Bible," by Rose Levy Beranbaum (Scribner, $35).
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