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James Beard-award winning chef Grant Achatz and sous vide guru Nathan Myhrvold will explore the ways that science and technology are transforming our notions of food. (audio available at link)
bay ridge food co-op
six point craft ales
alley alley oxen free
from time out, more euro's coming to town
Danku The first U.S. location (and second worldwide) of this Holland-based, eco-conscious fast-food joint opens in midtown. The menu spans two continents with Dutch croquettes (flavors include mac and cheese) and Indonesian bites like basmati fried rice. 47 W 57th St between Fifth and Sixth Aves (212-888-3777)
from eater, vomit area in flushing food court....
had lunch at the Rouge Tomate (Brussel restaurant comes to nyc with its healthy food concept and natural wines and sleek design), and it was delish minus some pickled componants in my schroom risotto, will go back as dinner menu looks super yummy
city winery via tony
Just great. We're in Spain and Ferran Adria is shopping in the Essex St. Market and cooking in somebody's walkup on the Lower East Side:
I had proposed a kind of stunt in which he would visit the Lower East Side with me, shop in Chinatown and cook a meal.
times magazine food issue
Uniting Around Food to Save an Ailing Town
bulli for you
sunday 3 pm ch 13
Episode 102: Pilgrimage to Galicia
spain on the road again
Mark's moods swings and insatiable appetite have the road trippers stopping often as they head north to Galicia. While in Ribera del Duero wine country, Mario grills milk-fed lamb in a vineyard. While staying at a traditional county inn, Mario's competitive edge emerges and he and Gwyneth race Mark and Claudia on the Camino de Santiago, a historic pilgrimage route. Back at the inn, Mario and Gwyneth cook dinner while waiting for Mark and Claudia to get back.
DAVID FOSTER WALLACE CONSIDER THE LOBSTER