Photo of Adam Campbell-Schmitt
Photo of Adam Campbell-Schmitt

Adam Campbell-Schmitt

Title: Senior Editor, News and Trending

Location: New York, NY

Education: Adam graduated from the State University of New York at Oswego with a bachelor's degree in communications.

Expertise: Food News, Drink News, Food Trends, Fast Food, Food TV, Food Movies

Experience: Adam Campbell-Schmitt has covered food from a news and popular culture angle for the Food & Wine brand since 2015. As an editor and writer, Adam follows the trends and viral stories taking place in the worlds of fast food, snacks, and entertainment, as well as the quirkier side of current events, including world records, odd lawsuits, and celebrity brands. Adam has also overseen Food & Wine's online coverage and recaps of the Bravo reality competition series "Top Chef" for multiple seasons. Previous work in the entertainment industry and comedy writing has given Adam added insight as to which topics and readers will enjoy.
The chain teamed with TikTok tufting artist @happyrugs to design a limited-edition collection.
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For beautiful sourdough loaves, the finest challah, and the buttery brioche of your dreams.
On Be My Guest, Garten's friends will swap recipes, share stories, and tour the Hamptons with the Barefoot Contessa herself.
Contestants on The Julia Child Challenge will recreate Child's recipes and even cook in a reproduction of her own kitchen.
The bottles of bubbly feature designs inspired by her coronation robe.
The Detroit rapper's restaurant concept is popping up ahead of his performance in Sunday's halftime show.
Check the freezer section for pints of Oatmeal Creme Pies, Swiss Rolls, and Cosmic Brownies.
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Plus, the premiere date for the 19th season has just been revealed.
Puff'd is the brand's latest iteration of the cheesy snack.
Check the freezer section for pints of Oatmeal Creme Pies, Swiss Rolls, and Cosmic Brownies.
Plus, the premiere date for the 19th season has just been revealed.
Puff'd is the brand's latest iteration of the cheesy snack.
Wait, isn't that an oxymoron?
The charity-supporting collaboration will be available in both dairy and non-dairy pints.
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Including top-rated and expert-approved picks.
Up-and-coming culinary superstars will try to out-cook the competition with the help of a family member in this new spin on Top Chef.
What's better than one free doughnut? Two free doughnuts.
Netflix's intentionally bad baking competition returns next month with celebrity guests including Jack McBrayer, Wayne Brady, and Big Freedia.
It's the first meat alternative the brand has offered since tofu Sofritos hit the menu in 2014.
Eric "Badlands" Booker is basically a professional beverage chugger.
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The burger chain has had trademark issues Down Under before.
Julia will use chef interviews, never-before-seen footage, and Child's own words to illuminate her life and impact.
Step right up and try a cotton candy, caramel popcorn, or caramel apple doughnut.
The "Upstate Eats Trail" guides travelers via regional dishes like Buffalo wings, salt potatoes, and garbage plates.
The Earth Day promotion highlights the bakery chain's focus on low-carbon footprint meals.
The spinoff of the popular Food Network competition series will premiere April 20 on Discovery+.
The Duchess of Sussex briefly mentioned she was once employed at the Los Angeles chain Humphrey Yogart as a teenager in her interview with Winfrey on Sunday.