Martha Stewart Now on Hulu; Make Your Own Gefilte Fish

• Martha Stewart has teamed up with Hulu to offer some of her most popular programming on demand. As of yesterday, you can find over 15,000 videos from “Emeril’s Table,” “From Martha’s Kitchen,” “DIY Crafts,” and special seasonal content. [Grub Street]

• The Omnivore World Tour comes to Brooklyn’s DeKalb Market for a weekend of master classes with young chefs from around the world, one-night-only menus, and parties, September 21 through 23. [Grub Street]

• The New York Oyster Lovers will meet for an oysters-and-barbecue dinner at Gramcery’s Blue Smoke, bringing together two cult foods for a multi-course commingling. [Grub Street]

• Italian restaurant San Rocco reopens with a new owner, a new brand, and a new name: Tre Stelle. Chef Stefano Ferro will prepare “each dish made to order, down to the sauces and condiments,” according to the press release. [Grub Street]

• Make your own gefilte fish for Rosh Hashanah with this video from Gefilteria. [Forward]

• Feliz Cumpleaños: Cadaqués celebrates its second year with a feast of tapas, paellas, cocktails, and flamenco dancing. $32 buys you one cocktail and unlimited helpings of food (and music, of course). [Grub Street]

• Beset by bad reviews and alleged financial problems, the Purple Fig declared itself closed for summer vacation about two weeks ago … and has yet to return. Isn’t this what we all dream about? But something tells us they’re not out east sipping margaritas on the beach. [My Upper West]

Martha Stewart Now on Hulu; Make Your Own Gefilte Fish