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Balthazar Bakery

  1. Cupmudgeonism
    Sad Moments: Balthazar Introduces the ‘Cupcake du Jour’A celebration of regressive behavior?
  2. Crime Scenes
    The Balthazar Bread ThiefA truck full of pastries goes missing.
  3. Openings
    Balthazar Bakery Lends a Hand at Pulino’s, Now Three Weeks AwayNate Appleman’s pizza gets some help from Balthazar Bakery.
  4. In the Magazine
    Platt on SD26 and Abe & Arthur’s; the Many Coffees of Union SquareAlso in the magazine this week: Fresh-ginger tea, and pork for Thanksgiving.
  5. Openings
    Brownie Maker, Two Restaurants Set for Limelight MarketplaceA Balthazar Bakery alum will be baking brownies in the former Limelight nightclub.
  6. NewsFeed
    Crisis! City Goes Without Balthazar Bread This MorningIf your local café was out of Balthazar bread this morning, it’s because there was what director of operations B. Young describes as a “train wreck” at the bakery’s New Jersey wholesale division.
  7. NewsFeed
    Balthazar Bakery, on the Corner, Clockin’ CroutonsIs the bastion of bread trying to tell us, “Just say no to croutons”?
  8. The Annotated Dish
    Morandi’s Deceptively Simple Duck Sandwich Chef Jody Williams had made her mark as a master of Italian cuisine at Gusto when Keith McNally hired her to run the kitchen at Morandi. Like most of her cooking, this duck sandwich with quince and apple mostarda and green savoy cabbage appears simple and rustic but was created with a great deal of thought and technique. Mouse over the arrows for Jody Williams’s explanation of each ingredient.
  9. The Underground Gourmet
    Keith McNally on Why Morandi Will Be His Last Restaurant EverThis Sunday, if all goes according to plan, Keith McNally will fling open the doors of Morandi, his new West Village trattoria. (See our opening announcement; here’s the menu.) Until then, there is pine to be varnished, Italian bread to be baked at Balthazar Bakery, and pasta to be rolled and stuffed by chef Jody Williams, with the fortuitous help of a McNally deputy’s visiting 80-year-old Bolognese mother. In the midst of the pre-opening chaos, Mr. McNally took some time to explain why the Brit who invented the New York breed of French brasserie is opening an Italian place in his own backyard.