"I like to make food that you crave," she says.
Get your Mulled Bishop on.
Only recipes for chickens with whom the authors are on a first-name basis will be included.
It's the Union Square Hospitality Group chef's second cookbook.
The book will tell the story of modern New York City through its food.
The chef delved into the world of sawed-off shotguns before he discovered Sriracha.
After all, there's laap to be made.
"Here was Jean-Georges, a jet-setting, Prada-wearing original, commanding attention on the world stage as though it were the most natural thing in the world."
Chive-pretzel pork dumplings for all.
Grub Street ranks the memoirs that every food lover needs to read right this very second.
Peanut-butter-frosted Islanders cupcakes are not her goalie.
"Twenty-five years in New York. I keep my course.
The book comes out October 17.
"It became very clear very fast that the city was up for grabs. Pandemonium. Whole plazas went up in flames."
The influential cookbook author died on Sunday at the age of 89.
The easy way to do the hard shake will be revealed.