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Blue Hill At Stone Barns

  1. food start-ups
    You Can Now Buy the Seeds for a Chef’s Bespoke VegetablesDan Barber is partnering with plant breeders to “democratize” flavor.
  2. the tipping game
    Blue Hill at Stone Barns Is the Latest Restaurant to Eliminate TippingA 20 percent administrative fee will be added to the $258 bill.
  3. the urban forager
    Blue Hill’s Bone-Ash Cheese Is Now Available for Retail SaleSaxelby Cheesemongers’ new Bone Char Pearl is made in Maine, aged in Brooklyn, and coated in animal-bone charcoal from Blue Hill at Stone Barns.
  4. Listen
    Can You Pick the Absolute Best Restaurant in New York?Adam Platt discusses his choice with Alan Sytsma.
  5. Interviews
    Why Two Blue Hill Vets Are Leaving Stone Barns for St. Louis“The things that we’ve learned are tremendous. It would almost be a shame to waste that on people who already know.”
  6. Weddings
    Obamas’ Personal Chef Taking Over Stone Barns on Saturday for GiantThe so-called political “‘It couple’ of the year” are keeping it low-key.
  7. Leftovers
    Hester Street Fair’s Ice Cream Social; DBGB’s Anniversary SausageToday’s Leftovers.
  8. Leftovers
    Cook It Raw at Blue Hill at Stone Barns; Counter Culture’s ChampionPlus: Valentine’s Day at Il Buco, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  9. No Maraschino
    Blue Hill at Stone Barns Infusing Cocktails With Raw Cherry WoodThey call it the Olmsted.
  10. Leftovers
    Outdoor Seating at the Meatball Shop in Chelsea; Maiden Lane’s SpecialPlus: Preserve24’s unlimited-sangria brunch, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  11. Celebrity Settings
    David Beckham Dines at Acme; Katie Holmes and Gloria Steinem Go to CarbonePlus: Derek Jeter heals at the Box, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  12. Quote Of The Day
    Dan Barber Is Ditching the SilverwareWe don’t need another cocktail fork.
  13. Gastronomics
    Gastronomics: How Chefs Learned to Monetize Veggie PedigreesFelix Salmon looks at how the rise of bespoke produce gave restaurants the opportunity to sell relatively inexpensive ingredients at premium prices.
  14. Locavore Lifestyles
    New Ways to Conspicuously Appreciate Dan Barber’s GeniusHow about a custom-designed Blue Hill wine decanter, or maybe a baseball cap?
  15. What to Eat
    There Is Some Very Fancy Lobster Swimming Around TownA shipment of rare Fourchu lobster has hit town, and the supply is running out fast. Here’s how to find the Wagyu beef of the sea.
  16. The Food Chain
    Blue Hill’s Dan Barber Thinks Oleana’s Spinach Falafel Is Hauntingly“Who knew falafel could taste like this? Sweet, a little spicy, and hauntingly delicious.”
  17. The Food Chain
    Daniel’s Jean-Francois Bruel Is Impressed by the Pork Plate at Blue Hill“The jowl was a confit, with extra crispy skin and the meat was very moist; and the loin was roasted. And then you had some braised belly. And then a pig jus with a little bit of sauerkrauet.”
  18. FYI
    Brad Goreski’s Restaurant ObsessionsThe former reality-show star tells us where “food and fashion intersect.”
  19. Ethics Lesson
    Dan Barber: ‘You Have Blood on Your Hands When You Eat Vegetarian’An epic 90-minute sit-down with Dan Barber (in a yarmulke?).
  20. Presidential Eats
    Michelle Obama’s Idea of a Local Farm Is, Like, So 2004Stone Barns. Really?
  21. Foodievents
    Feast for a Good Cause: Teaching Children to Eat (and Grow) Their VegetablesUpcoming events at Edible Schoolyard, the Union Square Greenmarket, and the Stone Barns Center plan to do good for kids.
  22. Awards
    Dan Barber Is a Man of Carrots and Kangol HatsAnd he takes locavorism very seriously.
  23. Food Politics
    Dan Barber Addresses DavosHe’s the only chef this year, and will discuss science and technology, agriculture, and food.
  24. Foodievents
    Taste Vacations to France and SpainTwo upcoming events let you try winter in Europe.
  25. Law and Order
    Bruni’s Review, E-mails Used in Blue Hill TrialThe plaintiff is using Bruni’s written words to argue their case in a wrongful-termination suit.
  26. Chef Shuffle
    Kyle Bailey Leaves Allen & DelanceyThe latest chef departure at the troubled Lower East Sider.
  27. Lists
    The Best American Cuisine in AmericaOpenTable users select the 50 best American-cuisine restaurants.
  28. Mediavore
    Blue Hill at Stone Barns Gets Sued; Top Chef’s Hosea and Leah onPlus: Domino’s accidental giveaway, and damaged trees at the River Café, all in our morning news roundup.
  29. In Other Magazines
    Restaurants That Matter … to SaveurIn New York, that means Gramercy Tavern, Marlow & Sons, and Blue Hill at Stone Barns.
  30. Beer Me
    Fancy Beer Goggles in the City and the CountryDaniel and Blue Hill at Stone Barns are both hosting pricey beer dinners.
  31. Recipes
    Dan Barber Spreads the Garden Gospel to Home CooksFirst, e-mail the chef. Then, enter his contest.
  32. Top Secret
    Whisk & Ladle Supper Club Outed by Food NetworkIs the secret supper club going mainstream?
  33. Husbandry
    When Vegetable Meats Animal: A Love StoryFoodie wedding: Gabrielle Langholtz and Craig Haney.
  34. NewsFeed
    Studio B Raises Its Rooftop to New Culinary HeightsStudio B is outdoing its sister bar, the Delancey, in the barbecue area.
  35. NewsFeed
    Crisis! City Goes Without Balthazar Bread This MorningIf your local café was out of Balthazar bread this morning, it’s because there was what director of operations B. Young describes as a “train wreck” at the bakery’s New Jersey wholesale division.
  36. Mediavore
    Boulud Makes the A-list; Blue Hill’s New SlaughterhousePlus Lisa’s peanut-butter mashed potatoes from ‘Top Chef’ end up on a menu, there are some good wine books to buy for Dad, and more, in our morning digest of news and gossip.
  37. NewsFeed
    Ethically Raised Geese Make for Dan Barber’s Fave Foie GrasDan Barber of Blue Hill at Stone Barns says the best foie gras he’s ever tasted comes from a farm that doesn’t force-feed its geese.
  38. NewsFeed
    Should Critics Care About a Restaurant’s Matchbooks?Artist Steven Heller doesn’t understand why Amanda Hesser doesn’t care about Spice Market’s menu design.
  39. Mediavore
    City Restaurant School in Session; Pickle Day a Big HitWant to open a restaurant? The city is still happy to show you how. [Newsday] Visitors to International Pickle Day on Orchard Street yesterday consumed an estimated 50,000 pickles. [amNY] The GM for the Lever House Restaurant Group married freelance writer at Blue Hill at Stone Barns this weekend. [NYT]
  40. Neighborhood Watch
    Whole Foods Blamed for Beetle Infestation on the Lower East SideBushwick: Too hard to keep organic? Resident and Blue Hill at Stone Barns alum Kelly Geary will purchase your share of produce from Community Supported Agriculture, turn it into weekly meals (and pies), then deliver it (citywide). Just join by the first week in June. [DailyCandy] Long Island City: New Greek restaurant Agnanti opens Memorial Day near the Astoria pool. [LICNYC] Lower East Side: Bowery Whole Foods blamed for beetle infestation in apartments at Avalon Christie Place. [Racked] Rumor mill set a-cranking with speculation that Keith McNally might turn an empty space on Essex and Canal into a Parisian brasserie. [Eater] Red Hook: The Added Value farm that employs South Brooklyn teenagers will be featured on a PBS series dedicated to sustainable food. [Only the Blog Knows Brooklyn] Times Square: You know that neon sign for Virgil’s? It’s a bowl of Chinese noodles. [Lost City] West Village: A photo ode to Blue Ribbon Bakery’s indulgent sandwiches. [Gothamist] Former fab Bungalow 8 bouncer Armin Amiri’s new club, Socialista, will have a little person named Anthony manning the door. [NYP]
  41. NewsFeed
    Urgent All Points Bulletin for Spring Vegetables You don’t have to look far to see spring vegetables on menus all over New York. But look for local spring vegetables, and you may find they’re AWOL. Unseasonal weather has put the kibosh on many area sources, and for chefs that pride themselves on local ingredients, it’s a problem.
  42. The Other Critics
    Morandi Takes Another Hit; a Haute Barnyard SpreeThe Four Seasons gets perhaps the most negative two-star review in the history of the Times; Bruni seems to think the stars were grandfathered in. A telling example of how reputation floats reviews. [NYT] Meehan, meanwhile, visits a chowhound’s paradise, a Hindu temple in Flushing. [NYT] Morandi takes another blow, this time from Time Out’s Randall Lane, who like our own Adam Platt, finds it overdesigned and unimpressive, albeit with a few decent dishes. [TONY] Related: Not So Bene [NYM]
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