But we at Bites have questions, too, and they're usually really weird, like, "What else can I do with Peychaud bitters"? Who answers the answerer's questions? The Atlantic food channel answers Bites' questions, that's who.
Before the interwebz, Atlantic Monthly food writer Corby Kummer was piqueing culinary minds with his writings on seafood, on rice — whatever he turned his intellect to, it was going to be interesting. With the Atlantic food channel, there's more room for more writings on more topics, like his story on Walmart's new initiative to buy local.
And there's more room for more voices, too, like this look at the arrival (finally) in the U.S. of Shandongese cuisine the cuisine of the Mings, the food of heartland Chinese. And if you want it, there are just two restaurants in Flushing, Queens, serving it.
That's some answers Bites found this week. What did you find this week to share with Bites?