- The Artist Who Lured an Ocelot to Dinner
- Chef Craig Thornton Blurs the Line Between Dinner and Art Installation
- A New Brand Wants to Reinvent Traditional Japanese Porcelain
- An L.A. Artist-Turned-Chef is Making Museum-Worthy Dishes
- A Cult Fashion Designer Is Now Selling Beautiful, Artist-Made Home Accessories
- An Artist-Turned-Winemaker's Incredible Amphorae
- Artist Kara Walker Builds a Provocative Shrine to Sugar in Brooklyn
Food & Wine star contributor Justin Warner, of Brooklyn's Do or Dine and Rebel Eats, raps the culinary bytes you need to know this week.
Avant-garde culinary legend Ferran Adrià of Spain’s now-retired elBulli recently unveiled an exhibit at The Drawing Center in New York. "Notes on Creativity" features illustrations, clay plating experiments and diagrams. Eater has a cool inside look. But if having a museum show dedicated to the inner workings of your own brain on food isn’t enough, Adrià also scored a free cronut! Pastry master and creator Dominique Ansel hand-delivered America's most obsessed-over pastry and snapped a photo of the experience. In other food news: Girl Scout cookies went gluten-free and the Morton Salt Girl got a makeover. But we don't have to tell you.