Festival attendees aboard the MAD Foodcamp shuttle boatWhile many of us were huddled around our televisions following the path of Irene this past weekend, food lovers from around the world were braving similar elements as they gathered in Copenhagen for MAD Foodcamp, a two-day food festival and symposium that may have just officially launched the next food movement (coincidentally, a tropical storm tore through the region on Saturday). JBF vice president Mitchell Davis takes us inside the event.
If you’re anything like us, the first thing you do when planning a trip—perhaps even before booking a plane ticket—is figure out where you’re going to eat while you’re there. Museums, sightseeing, and shopping are all well and good, but food is often the main attraction. To make trip planning a little easier, we’re compiling lists of our can’t-miss pit stops in some of our favorite places. JBF Award winners, hole-in-the-wall favorites, America’s Classics, and one-hit wonders—we’ll give you a quick list of our absolute must-eats in each featured location.
If your end-of-summer travel plans include a trip to Cape Cod, don't miss a stop in picturesque Chatham, where you can eat a meaty, perfectly dressed lobster roll right on the pier and enjoy a delicious
If you aren't familiar with the ancient "rural method" for making sparkling wine, this fizzy, ruby-toned rosé is a marvelous introduction. Its single fermentation was stopped in the tank and then restarted in the actual bottle you're buying, which can lead to some unpredictably funky flavors. Biodynamically produced in the Loire Valley, this wine bears an uncanny resemblance to cherry cola. Drink with roasted fruit or blue cheese.
Maple–Cherry Semifreddo [JBF]