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  1. encounter
    Daniel Boulud Isn’t Done YetA very busy hour with New York City’s most overworked megachef.
  2. Wine
    How Natural Wine Lost Its Hippie Reputation and Became a Wine-List Must-Have“They’re not all cloudy or funky or taste like poop or shoes.”
  3. Video Feed
    Watch Very Adorable Kids Eat Their Way Through Daniel’s Tasting Menu“Why am I eating soap right now?”
  4. Downgrades
    Trouble on East 65th Street: Why Does Daniel Keep Losing Stars?The chef needs to figure out how to please critics, inspectors, and list-voters whose tastes practically demand forward-thinking cuisine while simultaneously pleasing his regular clientele.
  5. Leftovers
    Colicchio Joins TedxManhattan; Daniel Hosts Citymeals DinnerPlus: Leave Rochelle Out of It’s Japanese whiskey, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  6. Quote Of The Day
    Daniel’s Pastry Chef Says Desserts Don’t Surprise Unless They AreThe pastry chef was appointed to her position last summer.
  7. Quote of the Day
    Daniel Boulud Says No Steak Should Ever Be Dry-Aged for 44 DaysDon’t even try that stuff with him.
  8. Leftovers
    Empire Biscuit Now Open for Good; Free Meatballs With Roy ChoiPlus: Vinegar Hill House’s five-year anniversary menu, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  9. Grub Guides
    Sweater Weather: 17 Fall Desserts You Should Eat ImmediatelyPumpkin puppy chow, parsnip cake, and a beer sundae.
  10. Interviews
    Daniel Boulud on Twenty Years of Daniel, His New Book, and That Three-Star“Twenty-five years in New York. I keep my course.
  11. Lists
    Michelin Releases 2014 NYC Star RatingsCarbone and the Musket Room are new Michelin-star holders.
  12. Coming Soon
    Daniel’s Former Head Bartender Opening Wallflower in the West VillageXavier Herit says the neighborhood spot should be open by the end of September.
  13. Grub Guides
    Berries Everywhere: 20 New Desserts to Try Before Summer Is OverStrawberry-tomato sorbet, blueberry pie-shakes, and more.
  14. The Other Critics
    The Other Critics: Wells Downgrades Daniel; Even More Reviews for ABC CocinaPlus: Cuozzo asks if Grand Central Oyster Bar can “get its groove back,” and more, in this week’s roundup.
  15. The Other Critics
    New York Times Downgrades Daniel to Three StarsOne of the greats loses a star.
  16. In the Field
    Ex-Manhattan Chefs Are Storming Rural Vermont“What you cook may be right in New York City, but maybe it doesn’t fit here.”
  17. Leftovers
    Feast and Clarkson Open; Ninth Street Bakery Lives OnPlus: a vegan shop-up event, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  18. Tasting Tyranny
    How ‘Tyrannical’ Are Fine-Dining Restaurants Really? NewFour hours of oppression at Blanca.
  19. Reopenings
    El Encanto Reopening in Santa Barbara With Former Daniel Chef de CuisineThe French chef learned his chops with two Michelin men in Burgundy, recently opening Peter in Tokyo.
  20. Past Glories
    Lance Armstrong’s Legacy Lives on in Daniel’s KitchenBut it’s only because Daniel’s been too busy to deal with it.
  21. Lawsuits
    Boulud, Sued: Former Employee Says Daniel’s Restaurants Stiffed HerA former busser says she wasn’t paid her fair share.
  22. Resto Lingo
    Secret Restaurant Lingo Equal Parts Offensive and AmazingTake “Beany Puss … “
  23. Before They Were Famous
    Oh, and Joanne Chang Went to HarvardBoston’s best chefs have killer resumes.
  24. Two for Eight
    Tables Available at Oceana; Later Tonight at Jean Georges, L’Atelier deIt’s 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. Today: Splurge.
  25. Secret Service
    Obama Dines at Daniel, Oui OuiWith white truffles and very rich donors.
  26. Neighborhood Watch
    Kutsher’s Tribeca Begins Lunch Service; Eataly Hosts an Artisanal FoodsPlus: a new fast-food trifecta in the East Village, Blue Spot expands uptown, and more neighborhood news.
  27. Two for Eight
    Tables Available at Morimoto; Within the Hour at Le Bernardin, FelidiaIt’s 4 p.m. and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. Today: TV Chefs.
  28. Corkage
    NYC Wine Corkage, by the NumbersIf you want to bring your own to these costly restaurants, it’s going to (predictably) cost you some more.
  29. Gastronomics
    Gastronomics: Exactly How Much Do People Spend at New York’s TopA new online tool helps Felix Salmon look at precisely how much New York’s diners are spending.
  30. Presidential Eats
    Barack Obama to Dine at Daniel While Michelle Digs Carrots in South AfricaThe President and First Lady are at opposite ends of the food spectrum this week.
  31. The Food Chain
    Daniel’s Jean-Francois Bruel Is Impressed by the Pork Plate at Blue Hill“The jowl was a confit, with extra crispy skin and the meat was very moist; and the loin was roasted. And then you had some braised belly. And then a pig jus with a little bit of sauerkrauet.”
  32. The Food Chain
    RIA’s Danny Grant Can’t Stop Thinking About the Guinea-Fowl Terrine“The terrine was incredibly balanced in flavor and equally as intricate and appealing in presentation.”
  33. Lists
    Noma Still the Best Restaurant in the World; French Laundry SnubbedThe winners (and a notable loser) from this year’s S. Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards.
  34. Celebrity Settings
    Charlie Sheen Didn’t Partake of Daniel’s ‘Possessed’Where did he go while he was in town?
  35. Now Hiring
    Working at Per Se: ‘It’s Like You’re Derek Jeter’How many résumés come in and who actually gets hired?
  36. Openings
    Longtime Le Bernardin Managers and Daniel Chef Open La SilhouetteAn early look.
  37. Shelling Out
    From Raking In the Clams to Growing OystersBalthazar’s new mollusk supplier, Jeff Northrop of New York Oyster Co., is the latest twentysomething to make the leap from banking culture to aquaculture.
  38. Coming Soon
    Brian Ng Eyes Spice Table Opening By Early FebruaryThis veteran of many prized restaurants informs us his restaurant is in the inspection phase.
  39. Slideshow
    What to Eat at Danji, Serving ‘Traditional’ and ‘Modern’A Masa and Daniel vet goes solo in Hell’s Kitchen.
  40. Awards
    Eleven Madison Park Finally Gets That Extra Star (Just Not From Michelin)The Forbes Travel Awards announce their nationwide four- and five-star picks.
  41. Foodievents
    So What Will the High Rollers Be Eating at Boulud’s Game Gala?A look at Daniel Boulud’s tony wild-game dinner
  42. Funny Business
    Eric Ripert Will Not Google You; Julian Niccolini Will If You Run a Ponzi SchemeNot every nice restaurant is cyber-stalking its diners.
  43. Openings
    Project Danji Blogs the Construction of a Masa Vet’s Solo DebutExpect delays …
  44. Coming Soon
    Mozza/Daniel Vet Opening Singaporean Spice TableBryant Ng is bringing satays and craft beers to Little Tokyo, stealing a sliver of Lukshon’s thunder.
  45. Chef Shuffle
    M Restaurant Gets a New ChefOutgoing chef Pascual Cancelliere is focusing on opening his own restaurant.
  46. Locavores
    Is the Locavore Movement Making Chefs Travel Farther?And just how hands-on can a chef get with a farmer’s crops?
  47. User Reviews
    User Reviews: Get Your ‘Mind Blown’ at BarbutoPlus: Pulino’s volume problem, and where the best seats are at Il Buco.
  48. James Beard Awards
    Beard Predictions: Outstanding RestaurantWill it be Babbo, Boulevard, Daniel, Highlands Bar & Grill, or Spiaggia?
  49. Lists
    Alinea Named Seventh Best Restaurant in the WorldThe Chicago restaurant was the top rated American restaurant in The S. Pellegrino’s World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2010
  50. Natural Disasters
    Chef vs. the VolcanoHeston Blumenthal was trapped in London.
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