F&W Editor’s Enviable Apartment; Emeril Fans Denied Seats

Food & Wine founder Peter Jones bought his 3,000-square-feet Carnegie Hill apartment for $80,000 in 1964. [NYP]

• America’s celebrity chefs are now famous throughout the world. [Time]

• Dozens of Emeril Lagasse fans are angry after being denied seats for a taping of his new show, despite having tickets. [NYDN]

• The Subway on the top of the 1 World Trade Center construction project opened yesterday. [NYT]

• The winter’s shortage is over: Tomatoes are plentiful and cheaper than they’ve been in years. [WSJ]

• Ice-cream sandwiches are the sweet du jour, cropping up on menus from Saltie to the Meatball Shop. [Feed/TONY]

• Members of a union that represents supermarket workers at Pathmark, Stop & Shop, and King Kullen will soon strike if they cannot reach a contract agreement with their owners. [Crain’s]