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Floyd Cardoz

  1. the grub street diet
    Chef Floyd Cardoz Binges on Custard Apples in Mumbai, Babka in New York“I ate a piece and I was addicted instantly.”
  2. revamps
    Acclaimed Chef Floyd Cardoz Wants His Brand-new Restaurant to Be a Party“Indians are known for partying, entertaining, eating, and drinking. That’s what we do.”
  3. restaurant review
    Restaurant Review: Paowalla Is the Return of One of NYC’s Best Indian ChefsFloyd Cardoz’s new restaurant has something for everyone: a boisterous little bar, an elegant area in back, and café tables set up along the sidewalk.
  4. the dish
    At Paowalla, Floyd Cardoz Is Reviving One of His Most-Beloved DishesEggs Kejriwal is a souped-up cheese toast served at his Mumbai restaurant, the Bombay Canteen.
  5. openings
    First Look at Floyd Cardoz’s New Restaurant, PaowallaThe Tabla chef is cooking Indian again.
  6. Coming Soon
    Floyd Cardoz Returns to New YorkThe acclaimed chef’s new restaurant Paowalla will highlight the flavors that first made him famous.
  7. Awkward
    When a Chef Leaves, Who Owns the Restaurant’s Signature Dish?The curious case of the roasted short ribs.
  8. Interviews
    How a Chef Prepares to Cook for President ObamaFloyd Cardoz tells us what he’s doing in advance of an imminent visit.
  9. Openings
    Floyd Cardoz to Serve Short Ribs and Sea Bream at White Street, Opening ThisThe chef’s a Danny Meyer disciple.
  10. Interviews
    Floyd Cardoz on His New Restaurant, The Hundred-Foot Journey, and Moving“I’m not a big Shake Shack fan, so Shake Shack is not for me. I’m not a big burger fan.”
  11. Chef Shuffle
    Eric Korsh Replaces Floyd Cardoz at North End GrillHis “official debut” is May 1.
  12. Chef Shuffle
    Floyd Cardoz Leaving North End GrillThe celebrated chef will be focusing on personal projects and an upcoming cookbook.
  13. Bookshelf
    Floyd Cardoz Writing Home-Kitchen-Centric The Time to CookIt’s the Union Square Hospitality Group chef’s second cookbook.
  14. Foodievents
    Get Ready for ‘Shame on Sandy,’ a Chef-Heavy Variety Show andDoes this mean we finally get to hear Eric Ripert duet with Susan Sarandon?
  15. Listen Up
    Your Favorite Food People Would Like You to Hear Them OutChefs and restaurateurs talk career moves and memorable meals.
  16. NYCE
    Chicken Tikka Masala With Floyd CardozThings get spicy.
  17. Mmmimosa
    North End Grill Now Serving BrunchBloody Mary, meet Battery Park.
  18. Openings
    First Look at North End Grill, Now Open for Fidi Power-LunchingBetween this and the new Blue Smoke, Danny Meyer’s 2012 is off to a strong start.
  19. La Technique
    Don’t Expect Any Modernist Cooking at North End GrillChef Floyd Cardoz is no fan of so-called “molecular” techniques.
  20. Downtown
    Floyd Cardoz Says Brandy Library Is an Inspiration for North End GrillThe enigmatic project will be whiskey-soaked.
  21. Foodies With Benefits
    Top Chef Masters Reunite at Jardinière Tomorrow for CharityThey’re cooking a multi-course meal together for $1,000 a head.
  22. Video Feed
    Floyd Cardoz Makes Regis His Sous-chef; Ripert Heads to ‘Today’The chefs head to the studios for some TV cookin’.
  23. Interviews
    Floyd Cardoz on ‘Top Chef Masters’ (and the Latest on His NewWe chat with the latest chef to be crowned a ‘Top Chef Master.’
  24. Top Chef Alumni Newsletter
    Will Mary Sue Win This Thing Or What?Sure, all these events surrounding the Top Chef Masters finale could just be promotions. But could they also be predictions?
  25. Empire Building
    Floyd Cardoz Will Head Up Danny Meyer’s North End Grill (Updated)Danny Meyer’s new restaurant gets a name, a concept, and a chef.
  26. Quote of the Day
    Which Sous-Chef Has to Wait in Line?Floyd Cardoz has big plans for his Tabla staff.
  27. Foodievents
    ‘Enchanted Forest’ Pays Tribute to Floyd Cardoz, Hosts CocktailYour first look inside the Enchanted Forest of Curiosities, hosting “fireside chats” this week.
  28. Endangered
    Sirio Admits Le Cirque Is ‘Too Big,’ Confirms Possible MoveThe Le Cirque paterfamilias finally confirms the rumors.
  29. Closings
    Cardoz: 300-Seat Restaurants Are OverChef Floyd Cardoz on the shuttering of Tabla.
  30. Closings
    Danny Meyer Will Close Tabla After Twelve YearsChef Floyd Cardoz will move “beyond the realm of Indian spices.”
  31. Brave New World
    Allow Wylie Dufresne to Fix You a DrinkHe’s among the new wave of chefs that are getting into cocktails.
  32. Neighborhood Watch
    Dovetail Completes Expansion; Learn to Cook at Tabla TomorrowPlus: rare beers at the Brazen Head, and a cheese-themed brunch in Tribeca, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  33. Closings
    Bid Adieu to Bread Bar at TablaThe restaurant will unite its high- and lowbrow identities tonight.
  34. User's Guide
    An Hour With Floyd CardozDid you know chefs can pull in $60,000 for a cooking demo?
  35. Tony Tony Tony
    Chang Baits Vegetarians; Bourdain Admits He’s a Bad New YorkerA recap of last night’s outer-borough episode of ‘No Reservations.’
  36. Video Feed
    Your TV Dinner Is Served! All the Food Videos You’d Ever Want to WatchOver 400 videos of restaurant tours, recipe demos, shopping tours, chef interviews, and more!
  37. Roundtable
    Chef Roundtable: Boulud, Cardoz, and Canora Remember and Prognosticate“Trying to cook at home unless you know what you’e doing is going to cost you more money or you’re going to eat very lousy.”
  38. Empire Building
    Tabla Offshoot Will Offer Lamb Feet and BrainsFloyd Cardoz is planning an offshoot for adventurous eaters.
  39. Psychic Friends
    Danny’s DreamlandDanny Meyer talks about his dreams, and they involve Floyd Cardoz and Sarah Palin.
  40. As Cooked on TV
    Cardoz to Serve ‘Iron Chef’ Menu, Opponent Flay Loves Paul SmithPlus, it’s Outrageous Ingredients Week on ‘Iron Chef Japan.’
  41. NewsFeed
    Indian Mangoes Are Back!Get your Indian mango on this weekend.
  42. User's Guide
    Test-driving Tabla’s FreshDirect MealsDo these prepared meals taste like Tabla? Sort of!
  43. VideoFeed
    A Toddle Around Jackson Heights With Floyd Cardoz of Tabla Many are the times that we’ve found ourselves wandering around the Indo-Pak wonderland that is Jackson Heights, wishing we only knew a little more about what was behind the counters in all those sweet shops, restaurants, and grocery stores. So we recruited Tabla’s Floyd Cardoz, arguably the country’s top Indian-American fusion cook, and asked him if he would give us a quick guided tour. Floyd assented, and we headed off to Queens in a 1990 white Coupe DeVille, with empty stomachs and open ears.
  44. Neighborhood Watch
    Chefs Descend on Madison Square Park in Flatiron Food FestEast Village: All falafel at Chickpea is now baked, not fried. Is this the first move toward franchise status? [Eater] Financial District: Celebrate Bastille Day this Saturday at the Les Halles Waiter’s Race on John Street at 2 p.m. [Les Halles] Flatiron: Madison Square Park Conservancy hosts its other annual food extravaganza next Tuesday with bites from the nabe’s chefs including Seamus Mullen, Patricia Yeo, Daniel Humm, and Floyd Cardoz, plus Brooklyn Brewery suds, wine and Champagne. [Madison Square Park] Flushing: The celebrated Chinese “food court” at J&L Mall, has been closed, and Con Ed, not the Department of Health, is the culprit. [Eat for Victory/VV] Park Slope: Newly opened American restaurant Sidecar is BYO for now. [NYS] Prospect Heights: Seasoning does not a good cheesesteak make; High Stakes on Flatbush would do better to call its signature item a sandwich. [Daily Heights] Upper East Side: Stefani Jackenthal hosts a tasting of Pinot varieties at the 92nd Street Y tonight from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. [92nd Street Y] Upper West Side: Lincoln Center’s Summer Benefit starts at 6:30 p.m. tonight, but by 9 p.m. you can start sampling from restaurants including Anthos, Chanterelle, and Yolato at Damrosch Park. [NYS]
  45. What to Eat This Week
    Tabla’s Floyd Cardoz Corners the Market on Indian Mangoes For years, Indian mangoes have enjoyed the reputation, among food writers and gourmands, as the world’s best. But since the things were never allowed into this country, those of us who rarely left home were forced to take it on faith. The government has now allowed the forbidden fruit at last, but you still can’t taste them – unless you go to Tabla, where chef Floyd Cardoz has more or less cornered the market on Indian mangoes.
  46. NewsFeed
    Tonight’s Beard Awards: a Referendum on Haute Cuisine Times are changing in the restaurant world – but just how fast? Tonight’s James Beard Awards will help answer the question of whether the traditional tablecloth restaurants, which seem to be on the way out, still wield their old clout in the gastronomic Establishment.
  47. NewsFeed
    Beard’s Best Chef Nominees Spill Beans The Beard nominees for New York City’s Best Chef know that there’s more to the award than who makes the best plate of spaghetti. Looking back at previous years in which he was nominated, Picholine’s Terrance Brennan says, “Our customers were always loyal, but because I wasn’t playing the game, we were under the foodie radar. Being friends with the [Beard] committee helps … I imagine if you know some people, your odds are probably better.”
  48. The New York Diet
    Chef Daniel Boulud Eats Sushi at $10 Per MinuteWe shouldn’t have been surprised when Daniel Boulud reported that he eats 75 percent of his meals at his own restaurants.
  49. NewsFeed
    Hark! James Beard Award NominationsAfter much speculation, the 2007 nominees for the James Beard Awards, the Oscars of the restaurant world, are in. Adam Platt, Rob Patronite, Robin Raisfeld, and Grub Street all filled out Beard brackets (or at least revealed whom we’d like to see win) on Friday. Here’s how the academy’s coming down.
  50. Foodievents
    Floyd Cardoz Deigns to Educate You, Tomorrow OnlyTabla chef Floyd Cardoz is giving a demo tomorrow morning that celebrates his Grub Street-approved cookbook, One Spice, Two Spice. Cardoz’s Indian-American fusion makes him unique among cookbook authors; those in attendance will get to try to two of his savory dishes and one of his Indian desserts. — Alexandra Vallis Cooking Class, “One Spice, Two Spice,” $135 Sat., Jan. 13, 10 a.m.–noon Tabla, 11 Madison Ave., at 25th St.; 212-889-0667
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