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Twelve reasons sleep is overrated.
Naturally, Kelvin Slushies gets to be Miss June.
“Without visual cues, tasting became quite a test of our palates, and I think neither of us performed as well as we thought we would have.”
What, no steak knives?
We rang up the organizer for a few details.
Ports Coffee & Tea in Chelsea comes through!
“When I’m in stressful situations, I go back to the same foods, so that’s what’s happening with the tuna sandwich, and also that turns into Kit Kat Bits”
“We would go over [to the Nut Box] during breaks, and I was in heaven. I was going, “Oh my God! All the nuts I could eat!”
The bar, located at 75 Murray Street, soft-opens tonight.
“Sitting on a milk crate in the back of an ice cream truck bouncing up First Avenue is not an easy way to eat a lobster roll.”
“You’re going to have another meal in a couple hours or the next day anyway, so why not try something that might be revolting?”
We’re saving our calories for the Gay Pride wedding cakes.
“I have sort of a problematic relationship with food, in that I have zero self-control. Zilch, and I have never met a muffin I don’t love.”
“Honestly, I don’t drink too much, so when I do, I do Champagne, so it’s good. You’re not going to have a headache.”
As the weather warms up, so does our mood, thanks to these technicolor cocktails.
“I had what they call the Pecan Duck, as in the nut. And I thought it was genius, witty, and super spot-on.”
And they’ll live-blog it and live-tweet it. And live-everything-else it, if that’s possible.
“Luckily, there were strips of candied bacon soaked in maple syrup, which I devoured just for the bacon-ness of it all.”
A roundtable talk with Michael White, Michael Anthony, and April Bloomfield.
He also says TV, restaurants, and a book are “every chef’s big trifecta.”