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Wildwood Barbeque

  1. The Grub Street Diet
    Andrew Zimmern Feasts on Roasted Raccoon for Breakfast, Banana Pudding for“I got to eat some of the food that I made for them, which was sauteed duck’s testicles with white wine and herbs; and a calf’s-brain sandwich. It was delicious.”
  2. Neighborhood Watch
    A Wine Market at the Seaport; a Winter Festival in Downtown BrooklynPlus: a holiday party at the Beard House, and the closing of a Chinese longtimer, in our neighborhood news roundup.
  3. Excesses
    Superior Doughnuts?Wildwood Barbeque introduces bacon-topped doughnuts.
  4. Neighborhood Watch
    A Cooking Class at ‘21’ Club; Teany Reopening on the Lower East SidePlus: A vodka taste test tonight in the Financial District, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  5. Celebrity Settings
    Jude Law Grateful for Sienna Miller, Scorsese Dines With StonePlus: Tobey Maguire, Lindsay Lohan, Anna Wintour, and more in our weekly roundup of bold-face dining.
  6. New York Wine and Food Festival
    Prime Beef: Scenes From the Burger BashA look at the burgers from Friday night’s competition in Brooklyn, featuring Michael Psilakis, Rachael Ray, and Katie Lee.
  7. Celebrity Settings
    Rihanna Is Everywhere, From the Griffin and Golden Krust to Shanghai SquareIt’s our weekly roundup of where the sparkly people were seen wining and dining.
  8. Recession Is Your Friend
    Alcoholic ActivismWildwood caves and offers diners booze instead of dessert.
  9. NewsFeed
    Stephen Hanson Bought 1.5 Million Tomatoes Last YearHe says his B.R. Guest restaurants are recession proof.
  10. Neighborhood Watch
    Food-Cart Turf Wars; Wii at Wildwood
  11. NewsFeed
    Three Stars for Oceana; Richman Releases His New York Burger ListScarpetta takes a hit, Oceana gets a lift, and more, in our weekly review roundup.
  12. The Other Critics
    Bar Q Steals Two Stars; a Split Decision on BenoitDiffering verdicts on Benoit, the Bar Boulud review that Daniel dreamed of, and Cabrito gets hit with the “I can get better tacos on the street” card, in this week’s review roundup.
  13. In the Magazine
    Making Sense of Summer EatsThis week’s magazine delves into barbecue and gelato.
  14. The Other Critics
    Bruni Admires But Doesn’t Love the Harrison; Same for Meehan at ArtichokeA huge boost for Pomme de Terre, affirmation for the Harrison, and a skeptical take on Artichoke Pizza highlight our weekly critics roundup.
  15. Neighborhood Watch
    Michael White’s Favorite Junk Food; Cabrito’s Spicy MartiniWildwood Barbeque wants to know who you are before they make your reservation, and the next restaurant from a Bouley alum, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  16. Mediavore
    Manipulated Milk Prices?; Americans Still Throwing Food AwayPlus: Mesa Grill’s role in a forthcoming mystery novel, what Michael Huynh is up to, where Kid Rock eats barbecue, and more in our morning roundup of food news and gossip.
  17. In the Magazine
    Secrets of Grand Sichuan, and Welcome to ScarpettaOlana and Mia Dona reviewed, the Grand Sichuan man speaks, and Scott Conant returns with Scarpetta.
  18. Mediavore
    Ducasse Dines at Brasserie Cognac; Don’t Eat Too Many Soft-shell CrabsAlain Ducasse was seen dining at his competitor’s restaurant, pecorino is free this weekend, and beware the mercury levels in soft-shell crabs.
  19. NewsFeed
    BBQ Season Returns to New YorkThe city’s leading barbecue blog comes back to life with a Wildwood Barbeque review and announcement of New York’s only barbecue contest.
  20. NewsFeed
    First Look Inside Wildwood BarbequeB.R. Guest’s new barbecue restaurant opens Thursday, and we’ve got photos.
  21. In the Magazine
    This Week, It’s the Little ThingsSavarona and Wildwood Barbecue open, Persephone and Elettaria get reviewed, and crayfish, wine, and butter all get their due.
  22. Mediavore
    Elaine’s Turns 45; Chefs Cursing Too $&#*$@% MuchLiterary hangout Elaine’s turned 45 on Sunday, Tom Colicchio doesn’t think profane language is appropriate for chefs, and “Big Lou” Elrose enjoys his moment in the sun and smoke.
  23. Neighborhood Watch
    Live Poultry Not Live for Long in Woodside; Champagne at ParadouDumbo: The Japanese publication Mapple released a guide to the nabe and recommends Jacques Torres Chocolate, Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory, and Grimaldi’s as top picks. [Dumbo NYC] East Village: You don’t need to hunt down any Danish to track Frank Bruni; he’s a huge fan of Death & Co (and hopes the bar’s not really in trouble). [Diner’s Journal/NYT] Meatpacking District: A $25 Champagne tasting at Paradou next Tuesday also comes with snacks. [Paradou NYC] Midtown: A rare bottle of scotch fetched $54,000 at Christie’s liquor auction last night. The Rob Roys we made with it were great. [Food and Wine] Woodside: For a truly hands-on holiday meal, you can head to Bismillah Live Poultry market in the warehouse quarter; choose your “turkey out of a flock of around 30, and off it went in a shopping cart to be slaughtered, scalded in hot water, and plucked by the staff. Fifteen minutes later it emerged in a bag, warm to the touch, its fat tail sticking out.” [The Grinder/Chow]
  24. Mediavore
    No Plaza for Graydon; Mr. Rachael Ray Drops $35K for LunchboxGraydon Carter won’t be taking over the Plaza’s Oak Room, so you’ll still have to head downtown to the Waverly Inn for that truffled macaroni and cheese. [NYP] Jean-Georges Vongerichten seeks the elusive fifth taste by serving “umami bombs” at his restaurants. [WSJ] Related: Waiter, There’s a Fifth Element in My Soup It’s possible that locally grown products have a comparable or even greater carbon footprint than food that travels long distances, so you can stop patting yourself on the back for being a greenmarket fanatic. [NYT] Related: Local Schmocal [NYM]
  25. Neighborhood Watch
    Havana Chelsea, R.I.P.; Pigs Feet Run Amok in West VillageChelsea: Havana Chelsea, one of the city’s top cubano sandwich spots, is no more. It will be replaced by Casa Havana. [Eat for Victory] Flatiron: Hampton Smoker blogger and barbecue savant Matt Fisher will be the pitmaster at Wildwood BBQ [White Trash BBQ] Lower East Side: ZoZos, Pizzeria De Santos give up the ghost. It’s a noodle bar town now. [American Madness] Related: Happy Valley Owners to Launch Pizza Empire Red Hook: Layla’s, the replacement for the late, lamented Lillie’s, is coming along. [Citysearch] SoHo: Provence has instituted happy hour, with $8 champagne and, more to the point, $2 oysters. [Strong Buzz] West Village: It’s all about pig feet at Hakata Tonton: “It’s as if chef/owner Himi Okajima watched the Bubba scene in Forrest Gump one day and replaced all mention of the word shrimp with pigs feet. Tonsoku carbonara, tonsoku rice ball, tonsoku consommé, sweet and sour pork with tonsoku…” [Gothamist]
  26. NewsFeed
    Big Lou Elrose Hired as Wildwood Pitmaster When Steve Hanson decided to launch a major barbecue restaurant (as we told you about in August), he didn’t have to look far for a pitmaster. He turned to the most critically acclaimed new barbecue in the city’s history, Hill Country. Big Lou Elrose, ex-cop, ex–competition barbecuer, and now ex–deputy pitmaster at Hill Country, will lead the pit team at Wildwood BBQ when it opens in December. The six-foot-five ex-policeman will also help develop operations for subsequent restaurants. “Lou has a lot of passion,” the B.R. Guest bigwig told us. “And he really knows pork. He’s truly gotten into the culture of barbecue, and he’s going to be one of our main guys.” Elrose, for his part, has a simpler ambition. “I just want to cook good barbecue,” he says. Related: B.R. Guest’s New BBQ: Will Wildwood Succeed?
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