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Ed Schoenfeld

  1. Icons
    7 Chefs on the Enduring Appeal of General Tso’s Chicken“Lots of sugar and lots of meat — that is America.”
  2. Openings
    Decoy Opens Tonight Below RedFarmFor now, Ed Schoenfeld is only serving cocktails and snacks.
  3. Openings
    What to Eat at RedFarm’s Upper West Side OutpostThere are a number of new dishes exclusive to this location.
  4. Quote of the Day
    RedFarm Was Supposed to Be a Takeout ShopIt’s become much, much more.
  5. Coming Soon
    RedFarm Adding Decoy, a Downstairs Peking Duck-Centric Dining RoomThe lower level dining area will seat less than 30 people.
  6. Melting Pot
    Ed Schoenfeld Was Hazed by Chinese RestaurateursHe was their little Jewish dumpling.
  7. Mediavore
    Drought Ravages Texas Cattle Ranches; Sam Sifton Named National Editor of TheThe New York critic will leave his post for a major promotion.
  8. Openings
    First Look at RedFarm, Ed Schoenfeld and Joe Ng’s Upcoming Chinese SpotUpscale food in a casual setting, rolling out in the next couple of weeks.
  9. Openings
    Joe Ng Will Open ‘Unusual Dim Sum’ Restaurant With Eddie SchoenfeldThe Chinatown Brasserie chef plans a new restaurant in the West Village.
  10. NewsFeed
    The Best New Noodle Shop in Chinatown, and Where to Go for Chinese New Year Eddie Schoenfeld is a bubbly fellow who lives in Brooklyn and happens to be an expert in Chinese-restaurant cooking. After years studying with exiled Chinese chefs in France and here, he went on to help open Shun Lee West, Pig Heaven, Auntie Yuan’s, Chinatown Brasserie, and many other restaurants. We asked him where to celebrate Chinese New Year, the eve of which is February 6th.
  11. Back of the House
    The Threat to Red Hook’s Street-Food Paradise Unites New York FoodiesWhen we heard that the Latin American food vendors in Red Hook Park might lose their temporary-use permit at the end of the summer, the news hit us like a goat taco after a night of heavy drinking. And we weren’t alone. An animated Chowhound thread immediately formed (and was almost as quickly censored), and a protest site sprang into existence. Hidden within Red Hook, the vendors have created a community of cooking, a cultural exchange as much as a place to eat. (Click here to take a video tour with Paladar chef Aaron Sanchez.) We canvassed the city’s food elite for their take on the situation; here is what we heard.