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Food Reads: Charitable Chefs + Fall's First Flavors

Emily Dzilenski

September 28, 2017


Fill your home with fall aromas with this recipe for Hasselback butternut squash. [Bon Appétit]

José Mendín, owner of JBF Award nominee Pubbelly Noodle Bar, was one of many South Florida chefs and food industry staff that rallied together to cook and deliver food in the days following Hurricane Irma’s destruction. [NBC News]

For those coffee lovers who aren’t obsessed with fall’s pumpkin spice: try these nine fall flavors to get you up and out the door this season. [Food & Wine]

Massimo Bottura knows the power of pasta isn’t limited to just your taste buds; his new special-needs program, the Tortellante Project, teaches young adults teamwork through the art of rolling tortellini. [Saveur]

Are you envious of everyone else’s lunch in the office fridge? Liven up your lunchbox with these new sandwich combos. [Food52]

Making homemade sauce for your favorite pizza or pasta? Choose the best canned tomatoes with these recommendations from Frank Rosselli of JBF America’s Classic Award winner Frank Pepe. [NYT]

Apple lovers rejoice—orchards are finally open and apples are ripe for the picking! Here are over 20 ways to make the most of your harvest. [Huffpost]

Struggling to let go of your sangria habit as the summer season fades? No worries; put a seasonal twist on your favorite beverage with hard cider sangria. [Food & Wine]


Emily Dzilenski is the media department intern at the James Beard Foundation. Follow her on Instagram.