Every week is food week in my corner of the world ;) thanks so much for sharing all these fabulous articles!
If you’re a foodie, you generally know it: You spend hours browsing recipes on Pinterest, you beeline to the kitchen the moment you walk through the door, and you regularly think through the feasibility of quitting your job to go to culinary school.
Well, this week, foodies: It was all about you. Whether you dream of working with food or would just love to eat more delicious meals at the office, we shared a few ways to bring a little more gourmet into your workday.
Read on for a recap of Food Week: from career paths for foodies to advice for starting your own food business to gourmet (and easy!) recipes for the busy professional.
Wouldn’t you love to eat all the time and tell people about it—as your job? Food writing might be the perfect career for you. Tasting Table’s Senior Editor Jessica Battilana tells us what it’s like and gives her advice for anyone trying to get started.
Is that salad from the corner store not getting you through the day? Try one of these scrumptious lunches that are easy to make and will keep you fed and happy for the entire afternoon.
Throwing a company get-together over food? Forget the deli sandwich platter—we’ve found some of the coolest NYC caterers for any type of event, from office happy hours to awesome birthday celebrations.
If you love food, why not make it your career? You don’t even need to go to culinary school—there are great openings for foodies in sales, marketing, editing, account management, and more.
Both learning to cook and learning to manage your career can be tricky—but turns out, some of the lessons you take from one can apply to the other. Check out this foodie’s kitchen tips that you can use in your professional life, too.
It wouldn’t be a proper Food Week if we didn’t give away some free food! Five lucky winners will get a month’s worth of meal delivery service from Plated—and everyone gets a discount just for entering!
Ever dreamed of running a cupcake bakery? We sat down with Pam Nelson from Butter Lane Cupcakes to learn about her path to success and get her advice for starting up a tasty venture.
We know—you don’t have time to cook. But that doesn’t mean you don’t have time to eat well! Try one of these simple yet elegant meals that’ll be on the table in under 40 minutes.
Ever dreamed of dropping it all and going to culinary school? This recent grad shares his experience—and a few surprising things everyone should know before going.
Let’s face it: Snacks are critical for getting through the long workday—and the more delicious, the better. So, we’ve whipped up some tasty homemade goodies that’ll keep you satisfied all afternoon long.
Want to open a bakery, restaurant, or catering kitchen? Check out this advice for getting through each phase of the process—from leasing to building—from someone who’s been there.
Our Favorite Food Articles
If you love food but hate networking, well, we have good news. Skip the stuffy receptions and industry events, and try one of these unique ways to make new connections over a tasty meal.
Ever wondered what it takes to run a cupcake bakery, food truck, or other specialty food business? We’ll tell you! Starting today, check in every Friday in March for a new female food entrepreneur sharing her perspective on crafting a successful business.
Ever dreamed of launching a cake shop, food truck, or catering company? We say: Go for it! Here are four of our favorite resources out there to help you turn your foodie dreams into reality.
Amelia Posada and Erika Nakamura aren’t who you’d think would be fronting a butcher shop: They’re female, they’re married, and they used to be vegetarians. But their company, Lindy and Grundy, is the most notorious chop shop in LA. Check out their story!
Food blogger Shaina Olmanson shares how she turned a “just OK” job into a successful food blog and now, a delectable dessert book. For anyone who’s wanted to be a writer—or change careers—see what lessons she’s learned along the way.
Vending machine not doing it for you on your 3 PM snack break? Whip up some of these snacks over the weekend, and you’ll have healthy, energizing treats to last you all week long.
We know, you’re busy. But really, that’s all the more reason that you should be eating a healthy breakfast! Read on for quick, healthful, and delicious ideas for morning meals you can throw together in next to no time.
The best way to bring your lunch isn’t in a brown bag—it’s in a mason jar! With a teensy amount of planning on a Sunday afternoon, a couple pantry staples, and some mason jars, you’ll have delicious lunches all week long.