Articles in Food and Wine
Chef Jackie: A legend creating a legacy
Remarkable. Difficult to think of a more appropriate word to describe Jackie Cameron. Award-winning chef. Food sorcerer. Founder-principal of the …
The art of bread: Glenwood Bakery Durban
Adam and Carin Robinson at The Glenwood Bakery. Photo Wanda Hennig
Adam and Carin Robinson opened The Glenwood Bakery six …
Travel to Poland: 7 Krakow culinary highlights
Poland is enjoying a culinary renaissance. Krakow is Poland’s favorite destination with tourists. Travel writer Wanda Hennig meets top Polish chef Adam Chrząstowski, is introduced to Poland’s fledgling wine industry and lists 7 Krakow culinary highlights including the legendary Pod Baranem restaurant, the Benedictine Abbey in Tyniec, lovely Lanckorona, Carp Valley and lunch in the Wieliczka Salt Mine.
Travel to Poland: Welcome to Warsaw
Culinary travel and feature writer Wanda Hennig, the daughter of a Pole, goes to Poland to explore her roots. She starts her trip and her blog in Warsaw.
Going Dippy with Durban’s Dino
Discovering the delights of Dino Constantinou’s Mediterranean kitchen.
Story and pictures by Wanda Hennig
First published in the Sunday Tribune, May 27, …
Too many cooks? Not at this table
By Wanda Hennig — See full story in Oakland Magazine, November 2009 and Alameda Magazine, November 2009
Insider guide to Fort Bragg: 20-plus delicious reasons to go there now
The Great Truffle Scuffle
Does your worst recent food faux par beat this?
Story and Pictures by Wanda Hennig
Picture the scene. A famous French chef …
Napa and Sonoma Cook
You can too!
Have you thought of adding “culinary education and cooking skills” to your wine country travel menu?
Story and photos …
An Appetite for Slow
What’s fabulously fresh, scrumptiously seasonal, lusciously local and satisfyingly sustainable?
By Wanda Hennig
First published in Alameda Magazine, November 2008
It’s 9:30 …