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The Poor Planner’s Last-Minute Guide to Thanksgiving in New York
Fifteen options to ensure you’ll be able to feast accordingly on Turkey Day.
Chef Hacks: How to Dry Herbs in Your Microwave
At most, the technique will take you one single minute.
In Season: Eduard Frauneder and Wolfgang Ban’s Pumpkin-Seed-Oil Spread
The Seäsonal and Edi & the Wolf chefs combine pumpkin seeds with farmer’s cheese and spread across toasted rye or pumpernickel.
Mary Jane Weedman
Mark Gold Serving up a Side of Spring at Sadie
The Eva chef has a little fun, shows his mark at the Hollywood haunt.
Wong’s Spring Menu Looks Wong’derful
Says California’s German-Food Boom is a Nationwide Thing
At least in S.F. and L.A. there’s been a boom this year of German, Austrian, Czech, and Hungarian restaurants.
In the Magazine
Platt on Kin Shop and Bar Basque; Do Restaurant Health Grades Matter?
Plus: the Robs chat with chef Sara Jenkins, and the week’s expected restaurant openings, all in this week’s ‘New York.’
Brit Gastropub Waterloo & City Opens Tonight in Culver City
Chef Brendan Collins unveils his British gastropub for dinner.
What to Eat at Elements Kitchen, Open in Pasadena
A different approach to seasonal ingredients has arrived at the Pasadena Playhouse.
The Other Critics
Bruni Thumps Table 8; Order the Burger at Prime Meats
Plus: Gael Greene weighs in on SHO Shaun Hergatt, and Ryan Sutton and Steve Cuozzo head to the Hamptons, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
A Day Before Opening, the Mott’s Chef, Brian Bieler, Steps Forward
He talks about the restaurant’s liquor license, the status of the downstairs lounge, and his concept of “Soho seasonal.”
The Other Critics
Bruni Bloated at John Dory; Cuozzo Blasts Ramsay
Plus: Sutton still loves Craft, Gael Greene is fond of The Four Seasons, and more in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.