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March 2011

Features

  • Gastronaut Files: How to Make Sauerkraut

    It's more than just a topping for hot dogs and pork chops: Made the old-fashioned way, sauerkraut is a health superfood.
  • Healthy Chefs: How Chefs Lose Weight & Keep It Off

    The eight celebrated chefs here have lost almost 600 pounds by exercising every ounce of their creativity in the kitchen. F&W reveals their best diet and fitness tips and their healthy, delicious recipes.
  • Healthy Eating Strategies: How Wonderful Meals Made Me Thinner

    A formerly overweight food writer tells how he lost 25 pounds through his own healthy eating strategies: by thinking more—not less—about what he was putting in his mouth and figuring out how to eat "wonderfully but not fat-fully."
  • J. Morgan Puett: A Curator of Food Curiosities

    J. Morgan Puett practices what she calls "creative domesticating," giving dinner parties a fun conceptual spin and turning the food in her refrigerator into an art installation.
  • Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution

    For the newest season of his outstanding TV show, British chef Jamie Oliver is taking his food revolution to the streets of Los Angeles. F&W has the very first look at his recipes.
  • Jennifer Nettles's Playlist

    Sugarland lead singer Jennifer Nettles sees a strong link between cooking and music: "Both food and music have what I call terroir, like wine. The place where you're from ends up being a part of the music. It also shows up in the food." She shares her own eclectic party playlist, with selections ranging from Al Green to Coldplay, below.
  • Jennifer Nettles: The Soup Remix

    Jennifer Nettles, lead singer of the country band Sugarland, likes her dinner parties to be as eclectic as her music playlists. Here, she teams up with Atlanta chef Steven Satterfield to create spectacular soups with mix-and-match toppings ranging from crispy onion rings to parsley pistou.
  • David Chang: Vegetarian Korean Dishes

    To briefly escape his frantic life, pork-centric chef David Chang heads to South Korea to learn from some vegetarian Buddhist nuns.
  • Editor's Letter

  • Fast Food vs. Wine: A Calorie Contest

    Ray Isle rounds up fast food favorites and their caloric equivalents in wine. (Calculations based on 5-ounce glasses; all wines below are 14.5 percent alcohol.)
  • Top Chef Top 10: Carla Hall

    Famed for her "Hootie-hoo!" whoop, the beloved Top Chef contender from Washington, DC, shares 10 of her obsessions and explains why she likes to lose a Top Chef challenge every once in a while.
  • Trendspotting: Healthy Splurges

    Health-minded foodies are discovering virtuous new ways to get their tender beef, crispy cookies and cheesy-eggy bread puddings. And they're keeping fit by baling hay or picking fruit at new rustic-luxe farm stays.
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Congratulations to Nicholas Elmi, winner of Top Chef: New Orleans, the 11th season of Bravo's Emmy-Award winning, hit reality series.

Run with chefs and wine experts in the Celebrity Chef 5K and dance all night at Gail Simmons’ Last Bite Dessert Party during the FOOD & WINE Classic in Aspen, June 20-22.