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Jay Mcinerney

  1. Watch the Bone
    Did the Marrow Really Rip Off Le Bernardin? Harold Dieterle Responds“Bone” appétit, folks.
  2. Caught in the Act
    Fire in the PoêleEric Ripert might set your kitchen on fire.
  3. In Vino Veritas
    Jay McInerney on Former ‘Post-Nasal Drip’ Diet and Which Wine Bars“Really, through wine, I discovered food.”
  4. Oeno-File
    It Might Not Actually Matter What Country Your Wine Comes From; Vino CollectorsAlso, wine apparently tastes different on airplanes than it does on the ground.
  5. Oeno-File
    Armand de Brignac Is the Hottest Thing in Hip-Hop; the Weather in Bordeaux IsPlus: all the new wine apps, and wine’s covert rise in alcohol content, all in our weekly wine-news roundup.
  6. Closings
    Lipton, Lapham, Talese, and Others Have One Last Drink at Elaine’sOur report from outside the packed send-off last night.
  7. Oeno-File
    A 1945 Burgundy Fetches Record Price at Auction; Napa Fends Off Grapevine MothsAlso, McInerney goes to Burgundy.
  8. The Grub Street Diet
    Author Candace Bushnell Prefers Bloody Marys to Cosmos and Buys Her Butter at“Luckily, there were strips of candied bacon soaked in maple syrup, which I devoured just for the bacon-ness of it all.”
  9. Oeno-file
    McInerney Likes His Zin
  10. R.I.P.
    Everybody Remembers ElaineAcross the Internet, journalist and celebrities remember the inimitable owner of Elaine’s.
  11. Oenophile
    Is Biodynamic Just Bullsh*t?Isn’t organic farming just as good?
  12. Mediavore
    A Mouse Gives Gordon Ramsay Kitchen Nightmares; Food Stamps RebrandedThe loudmouth chef needs pest control, while the newly named CalFresh program has the approval of focus groups.
  13. Oenophile
    Jay Sips JulianneJay McInerney’s new wine column debuts, with an intriguing reference to Julianne Moore.
  14. Mediavore
    Local Cheesemonger Writes Memoir; A Happy Meal Does Not Decompose After One Year
  15. Other Critics
    Bright Lights, Big CabernetsJay McInerney is indeed the new wine guy at ‘The Wall Street Journal.’
  16. Mediavore
    Four People Find Glass in Their Hospital Meals; Jay McInerney to Become WineCA farmers want more water, Kaiser patients get served glass shards in soup, and Jay McInerney is rumored to be becoming the Wall Street Journal’s wine columnist.
  17. Mediavore
    Bill Clinton Defends First Lady’s Obesity Fight; Tokyo Bowl of Ramen Costs $122Michelle Obama’s food initiatives get support from a former President and Japan puts a haute spin on noodles.
  18. Mediavore
    Dunkin’ Donuts Celebrates Anniversary, Starts PACIt’s a very Dunkin’ Donuts day in our morning news roundup.
  19. Mediavore
    Jay McInerney, Wine Columnist Again; Clinton Backs Obama’s Food EffortsPlus: Sandwiches get more expensive, and a pricey bowl of ramen in Tokyo, all in our morning news roundup.
  20. The Other Critics
    Ulrich Sterling Snags Good Review on the Back of Bad ReviewIs “pulling a Joe Doe” a good idea?
  21. Super Mario
    Batali at Babbo TONIGHTMario will be dining with Jay McInerney on his home turf.
  22. Mediavore
    Gordon Ramsay Suit Tossed; Vendy Nominations OpenIf there’s a halal-chicken guy on your corner whom you think is unappreciated, now’s your chance to do right by him: Nominations have opened up for the Vendy Awards. [Gothamist] A judge has tossed out the suit against Gordon Ramsay brought by the manager of Dillons for acts committed in the name of reality TV. [NYP] Simon Oren, the owner of new French bistro Charolais, double-crossed the Insatiable Critic, and she isn’t happy about it. [Insatiable Critic] Related: New French Bistro Has an Old Soul
  23. Mediavore
    Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about the Beard Awards, Iacopo FalaiA primer on the “glamour, rivalries, and after-parties“ of the Beard Awards (not as exciting as it sounds) reveals that if you’re a Kansas City restaurateur, you’re screwed. [NYS] Iacopo Falai discusses his “love affair” with food, fails to explain why he hires haters for waiters. [Cravings] The Times launches “Dining Briefs,” which of course is nothing like Diner’s Journal. [NYT]
  24. NewsFeed
    Jay McInerney to Pair Fine Wines With Local Vermin When we got word that Steven Rinella was throwing a dinner party for some friends (presumably to promote his book The Scavenger’s Guide to Haute Cuisine), we have to admit our interest was piqued. After all, the menu, in addition to the usual fare like pickled goose hearts, contained two rather curious items, to be paired with wines chosen by New York writer Jay McInerney: squirrel hasenpfeffer, for one, and grilled sparrows wrapped in prosciutto, skewered along with zucchini and hot Italian sausage made from a young antelope doe. Unlike the other menu items culled from places like Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and the international waters of British Columbia, the squirrels and sparrows were said to have come from “an undisclosed urban locality.” After some prying, we were told that that locality is none other than NYC. “He’s setting up traps in various locales,” Miramax’s publicist confirmed. To which we say —why stop at sparrows and squirrels? How about bringing some of those traps and a bottle of Malbec to the West 4th Street Taco Bell? — Daniel Maurer Steven Rinella [Official site]