Get ready for Quest Loves Food Powered by Graham Elliot, debuting next month.
With guest judges Tina Fey and John Slattery.
The series explores modernist meat and the use of microbes in ramen, among other science-y subjects.
In the mag's latest 'Chef Rant,' the two sit down with Claude Bosi and Sat Bains and talk verbal abuse, and whether its necessary.
Plus: Sweetleaf Cafe plans a Williamsburg outpost, two-for-$2 pizza at Forcella, and more neighborhood news.
For some reason, it reminds us of a "Far Side" cartoon.
David Chang and Peter Meehan are the odd couple of food.
Where there was once crack pie, there is a liquid nitrogen martini.
Despite the Grey Lady's recent overgrowth of veggie-eating stories, Sam Sifton chimes in with a big meaty piece on pork.
He says these things are poisoning the industry's talent pool.
"I don't particularly like fries, which makes me a freak. I'm not grossed out by them, I just don't appreciate them the other way people do."
'The New Yorker' looks at a decade's worth of people calling each other names in Tom Colicchio's kitchen.
The new restaurant will "showcase New Jersey products," as well as those from the surrounding areas.
The second issue of the food magazine is officially a best seller.
He Tweets that he's arriving in Cambridge to "f*** up some smart kids."
"Her boyfriend wasn't around, and, well, she had a Blue Dolphin, which is a vibrator."
Christina Tosi will sign books at Chego and probably sling something sweet this way, too.
Plus: Ferran Adrià will be teaching us something new about foam.
What is a Seiōbo, anyway?