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peter.hobbs Dec 12
The conundrum is clear. New York is a coastal city, surrounded by seas rich with life and towns where fishermen have been harvesting the ocean’s bounty for centuries. Yet it’s next to impossible to buy fresh fish, caught locally, anywhere, even at many docks themselves, where fishermen have exclusive deals with distributors who pump the [...]
SCRATCHbread Nov 18
SCRATCHbread Nov 18
tonight’s a good night to order a pizza from our new sourdough grandma pie menu. 917.803.5773. build your own !
Anella Apr 04
Wild Black Bass with asparagus, fresh morels, and green garlic. Finished with a mushroom jus.
Limited amount, so get here early!
Thirst Wine Merchants Apr 04
Please join us for a FREE tasting TONIGHT from 6PM-8PM for NOT TO BE ELSEWHERE TASTING PART II. Long-time friend and colleague Maya Pederson from Louis/Dressner will be pouring, yes, Dard + Ribo’s St. Joseph Rouge et Blanc, Crozes Hermitage et aussi (yes) Hermitage!
Eastern District Apr 04
Stop in at Dandelion Wine tonight between 6-9 to taste some Spanish wines and these cheeses from us:
Pleasant Ridge Reserve
and Olympic Provisions Chorizo Navarre!
Strong Place Apr 04
Who’s happy? Join us for 2-4-1 craftbeer drafts & $1 oysters, 4-7PM. Stay updated w @BeerMenus: http://ow.ly/iQ4T8
Red Jacket Orchards Apr 04
Until April 12th, get 6 bottles of 12oz Tart Cherry Stomp for only $12 when you order through our website at http://www.redjacketorchards.com! No discount code necessary!
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"The whole time Gino was making yogurt at home and I was making toppings for the yogurt... And we'd be eating our yougurt and going, "What should we do?" Until one day we were like, wait a minute, we're making this great yogurt every day, this is what we're going to do!" - Jennie Ammirati, Co-owner of Culture
The experience of good food, made well, and enjoyed with good people, can open a portal to appreciation of all that is beautiful and right in the otherwise generally messy, brutal and petty strivings of ...
Jonathan Greenberg of Rosco's Pizza in Crown Heights mastered the art of simple Italian cooking and pizza making at Franny's and Paulie Gee's. Now, he's channeling all ...
Joseph Aponte intended to make his living as catcher for the New York Mets. By chance, he applied for a job as a barback at Littleneck and ended up as chef. Littleneck touts itself as ...
Leonardo Molina, the owner of Bushwick’s Arepera Guacuco, grew up on the island of Margarita, which lies just off the coast of Venezuela, in a typically warm, azure, swath of the Caribbean Sea. He ...
It all started with cassoulet. Sung Park, chef and owner of Williamsburg’s tiny Café Petit, grew up in Seoul. He cultivated his cooking skills working as chef in one of his family’s restaurants. ...
At Arthur on Smith, Chef Joe Isidori reinterprets the Italian-American dishes he grew up on with his own more modern (Michelin-starred) sensibilities and techniques. Chef Joe Isidori grew up in the Bronx, in a home ...
Polenta with a simple sauce made with preserved summer tomatoes, topped with beets, shredded cabbage, fennel fronds and pickled peppers, with a baked egg, at Eat. Every restaurant has a thing – new school or ...
Chefs Walker Stern and Joseph Ogrodnek at Battersby, their high-flying new restaurant on Smith Street in Carroll Gardens Most chefs dream the same dream: To work in the best kitchens they can, under the best ...
Christmas Day is the centerpiece of ‘the holidays,’ here in the United States – a whirlwind of family, food, and gifts all crunched into a 48-hour period. By the time January rolls around, ...
Omer Shemesh and Alexandra Costin of Newtown, an oasis offering a selection of scratch-made vegetarian sandwiches, salads and soups amid the manufacturing sites and artist's studios of industrial East Williamsburg. To those who ...
New York is known across the planet as the city of relentless reinvention. The skyline reaches ever higher into the clouds; time warps neighborhoods like funhouse mirrors as wave after wave of newcomers erode and ...
Scott Bridi of Brooklyn Cured (right), went to Red Hook to volunteer and was assigned to help gut a flooded basement. By the end of the following day he was putting his years of cooking ...
Ian Marvy, founder and director of the Red Hook Community Farm, weathered the storm in Red Hook. The farm was completely submerged. Long before the dawn of the rooftop farm era, there was the Added ...
Valery Rizzo is a professional photographer based in Park Slope, and a regular contributor to NonaBrooklyn. Under normal circumstances her work here is focused on capturing the beauty and bounty of Brooklyn’s food culture. ...
Photography by Michael Harlan Turkell Governor, where chef Bradford McDonald has been raising the bar for seasonal, regional cuisine, was destroyed in the flooding from Hurricane Sandy. Brad McDonald has worked in many kitchens, honing ...