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Collaborations

  1. collaborations
    Shake Shack and Fergus Henderson Created an Eel BurgerIt goes on sale September 15 and 16.
  2. collaborations
    A New Brooklyn Gallery Gives Chefs a Stage to ExperimentWifey, a pop-up in Park Slope, brings together all-stars Karen DeMasco, Pam Yung, and Natasha Pickowicz.
  3. the chain gang
    Dunkin’ Donuts and Oreo Are Having a BabyIts name is Mocha, and it reportedly comes out this summer.
  4. collaborations
    Shake Shack Teamed Up With an Acclaimed Chef for a Benefit Veggie BurgerAll proceeds go to Wellness in the Schools.
  5. collaborations
    What to Eat on St. Patrick’s Day: The Katz’s and Black Tap Reuben BurgerAvailable for one weekend only.
  6. collaborations
    Shake Shack Japan Will Serve a ‘Michelin-Starred’ Burger for One Day OnlyIt’s comes with bacon, marinated cucumbers, and red miso.
  7. collaborations
    Go to Shake Shack Now If You Want a Son of a Gun Chick’n ShackThe sandwich is only available today.
  8. collaborations
    David Chang Will Serve the High-Tech Veggie Burger That ‘Bleeds’It debuts at Momofuku Nishi tomorrow at noon.
  9. Collaborations
    Mission Chinese Food’s Lunar New Year Party Featured a Small Army of ChefsChad Robertson and Jessica Koslow, among others, collaborated for the potluck dinner.
  10. Collaborations
    The Ultimate Ice Cream PieThree pints of Nonna D’s ice cream meets one Salty Honey pie on equally delicious terms.
  11. Collaborations
    Pies ‘n’ Thighs Pops Up at Threes BrewingWash down all that beer with chicken biscuits and braised bratwurst.
  12. Collaborations
    Danny Bowien and David Chang Launch Fuku Fingers Collaboration“This is the type of food we both want to eat,” Bowien says.
  13. Coffee Talk
    Stumptown and Stephen Colbert Are a Match Made in HeavenBottles of “Col’ Brew” will be distributed on September 8.
  14. Collaborations
    Daniel Humm and David Chang Join ForcesTheir Ssäm Sauce–inspired prawn-and-tomato toast will be available at both Momofuku Ssam Bar and the NoMad Bar tomorrow through September 30.
  15. Collaborations
    There Are 100 of Dan Barber’s Veggie Burgers Left at Shake ShackGet a move on it.
  16. Collaborations
    Dan Barber’s Veggie Burger Will Be Available at Shake Shack for One DayIt was last seen at the wastED pop-up at Blue Hill.
  17. Collaborations
    Ramen Lab’s Incubator Program Will Attract Guest Chefs From All Over theNew Yorkers will get to try all kinds of new, regional ramen.
  18. Interviews
    Ari Taymor x Mads Refslund Collaboration“If you don’t have the passion, I think you should stop working as a chef.”
  19. FYI
    Giddy Up: Side Project Jerky Teams Up With Rival Bros. to Create ‘TheFor this latest jerky joint venture, Espinoza and Rival Bros look to the American frontier.
  20. Collaborations
    Ill Pittore Collaboration Pairs Peter Serpico and Chris PainterThe two chefs will riff on Italian cuisine through eight courses.
  21. Beer Me
    It’s Always Sudsy in Philadelphia: Stone Brewing Co. Rolling OutThe beer will make its debut sometime in March.
  22. Beef
    Yes, Pho-Flavored Jerky Is a Thing NowPho jerky is the first of hopefully many chefs collaborations to come.
  23. Prix Fixes
    Fork’s Eli Kulp Bringing In Some Heavy Hitters For a Collaboration inKulp is assembling a virtual A-Team of culinary talent to celebrate the Sicilian chef’s visit.
  24. The Great Outdoors
    More Details Emerge on Le Virtu’s Autumn CookoutThere’s going to be a lot more than just “hoodies and motherf-king fire pits.”
  25. Beer Me
    Four Seasons and Dock Street Getting All Horned-Up With Their HomegrownThe beer was brewed with herbal aphrodisiacs grown in the hotel’s garden.
  26. Beer Me
    Beer Week Collaboration ‘Johnny Berliner’ Goes on Tap TonightThe beer is collaboration between JB’s William Reed and Dock Street’s Scott Morrison.
  27. Strange Bedfellows
    Craft Clothes: Dogfish Head Teaming Up With Designer Billy ReidThey’re making T-shirts together, not beer.
  28. Foodievents
    The Corner Kicks Off Weekly Thursday Night CookoutsThe weekly cookouts will feature barbecue and other summery dishes served up family style.
  29. Beer Me
    The Garden State’s Two Top Brewers Team Up to Produce ‘NewThe collaboration will result in Iron Fish, a Belgian black IPA.
  30. Trends
    In the Near Future, Expect More Chefs Collabortive DinnersThe collaborations are seen as an outgrowth of Philly’s thriving restaurant culture.
  31. Slideshow
    Preview Jim Burke and Max Brenner’s Chocolatey CollaborationBrenner is thrilled with the outcome and hopes to collaborate with chefs in other cities.
  32. NewsFeed
    One Restaurant Opening This Week Isn’t Enough for Alex Garcia These are busy days indeed for Nuevo Latino chef Alex Garcia. Having just opened Carniceria in the space formerly occupied by Porchetta, Garcia is about to open another restaurant, this one on Manhattan’s West Side. Gaucho Steak Co., which goes live today, is an Argentine steak concept based on the chef’s smaller establishment, Gaucho Steak, in Montclair, New Jersey. “In Argentina, if you want steak, they have a place called a parilla, which is just a guy behind the grill,” Garcia tells us. “He’ll make you a steak, French fries, chorizo on bread, whatever you want. It’s really casual, and that’s what we’re trying to do.” That plan seems to run counter to the fairly elaborate kind of cooking that established Garcia as an avatar of new Latin American cooking at Novo and Calle Ocho. However just as at Carniceria Garcia has found a way to express his style through the appetizers, presumably he’ll do something similar at Gaucho Steak. No Alex Garcia restaurant is ever likely to be really reminiscent of “a guy behind a grill.” Earlier: Porchetta Reborn as Carniceria, With Alex Garcia at the Helm
  33. Restroom Report
    Keith McNally: A Restro-spective As we noted when we toured the restrooms at Morandi, Keith McNally has pissed away a great deal of money to make his restaurant lavatories the gold standard. When Morandi failed to hit the mark, we were truly bummed, so to restore our faith in the master (and to make sure we weren’t remembering his previous works through Clorox-colored glasses), we decided to embark on an epic stall crawl of McNally’s previous loos, from Pravda’s Commie commodes to (pardon our French) the shitters at Schiller’s. Come flush with us.