It’s ambitious food like this that makes you wish George Mendes had decided to open a slightly less expedient casual restaurant.
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"I'm obsessed with any cured pork product — period."
It opens in Chelsea tonight.
It's more of a weekend project kind of a thing.
The guitarist takes a break from promoting his band's new album to spend some time at Aldea with Grub Street.
The event takes place October 26-28.
"Once you get to be 5, it's okay."
They had us at sardines.
"It made the skin on my nose blossom open like petals on a flower."
Can you smell what the awesome and elegant food magazine is cooking?
The creation from Aleda's chef is like a pork-and-clam banh mi.
And PDT's Peter Meehan will do the drinks.
Plus: L'Asso debuts a pizza photo exhibition, Salume's Times Square kiosk undergoes renovations, and more neighborhood news.
Grub has a copy of the cookbook/photo album/scrapbook to give away to a reader who most impresses us with a tale of culinary passion.
This was from his guest chef stint at Meadowood for the Twelve Days of Christmas.
The celebrated Charleston chef will co-cook with Georges Mendes on December 5.
The Twelve Days of Christmas, as always, closes with a meal by executive chef Christopher Kostow.
But hiding his face would be such a shame.
Forget 'The Book of Mormon,' go to the kitchen of Aldea.
"His presence alone, and the intensity of being in his kitchen — it’s enough. No one works well when you tell them they’re a piece of sh-t all day."