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"Bard students like to throw dinner parties, and they like to throw dinner parties hard."
To brine or not to brine?
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A dozen chefs share their family T-Day recipes.
Add that special, ineffable, savory wonderfulness to any dish.
The elusive "fifth sense" is now available in paste form.
Learn how to make beer in a pumpkin and put together a "Sexy Michael Pollan" costume.
Is cooking squirrel "positively ethical"?
You asked for the recipe, now here it is.
At left, that's a deep-fried, salt-cured fluke skeleton hanging above chef Michael Black's stove at Sebo, which he likes as "a crisp, chip-like drinking snack." Also notable from a Sunday Chron piece about local chef innovations, Loretta Keller's grated-tomato sauce,...
First of all, they tend to explode. Plus, try lamb testicles at Joe Doe.
Market Watch: New Amsterdam Raises Funds, Bay Ridge and Fort Greene Co-ops Get Closer, Edgemere Gets CSA
Sara Jenkins and farm-to-table pioneer Odessa Piper team up.
Burger flipping just got way more glamorous.