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Eric Asimov

  1. Awards Season
    James Beard Foundation Announces Who’s Who of Food & Beverage in AmericaThe Foundation will honor its six new inductees on May 6.
  2. Oeno-File
    Bordeaux Is So Out It’s Back In AgainNo one ever thought it was possible, but the Bordelais are now begging for attention from the wine cognoscenti.
  3. The Other Critics
    Eric Asimov Takes the Times Critic Job, for NowHe’ll be filling in for the time being.
  4. Oeno-File
    Robert Parker Wishes He Could Play Guitar; ‘Petrol’ in Riesling IsAlso, Vinho Verde isn’t actually green.
  5. Mediavore
    Pink’s Hot Dogs Opening in Ohio; AMC Agrees to Healtheir ConcessionsLa Brea’s popular hot dog stand is opening its first store east of the Mississippi River next month.
  6. Beer Me
    Pardon Me, But You’ve Got Your Dunkel in My YakimaThe Sly Fox brew was one of only seven American-brewed beers the Times panel tasted.
  7. Oenophile
    Times Confirms It’s Cool to Drink Sonoma Zin AgainZinfandels are being made in a more refined, lower-alcohol style these days, and Eric Asimov is pleased.
  8. Beer Me
    Stoudt’s and Sly Fox Score High in American Pale Ale RankingsAsimov takes a breather from the fruited plains and turns his attention to amber waves of grain.
  9. Complaint Box
    Whither the Chinese Locavores?The Slow Food movement hasn’t made it to Chinatown.
  10. Other Magazines
    Bittman Pens New Column: ‘Less Meat, More Flavor’How will it affect his writing for Diner’s Journal?
  11. Oenofile
    NYT Loves NOPA’s Wine ListWine critic finds a gem out in the neighborhoods.
  12. Oenofile
    Eric Asimov to Waiters: Stop Pouring My Wine!Not too fast, not too slow, please.
  13. Oenofile
    Good Wine in a Bad EconomyWine writers suggest where to find values.
  14. NewsFeed
    Did Asimov Raise His Beloved Pork Buns From the Dead?One day after Eric Asimov’s moving elegy for a Chinatown coffeehouse, a sign in the window brings the promise of a resurrection.
  15. NewsFeed
    Elegy for a Chinatown CoffeehouseEric Asimov pens a passionate farewell to Meh Lai Wah Coffee House in Chinatown.
  16. Mediavore
    Return of Dévi; It’s the Year of the DeliAfter all the hullabaloo over Dévi’s closing, its chefs, Suvir Saran and Hemant Mathur, have purchased the spot and will reopen it next month. [Diner’s Journal/NYT] Related: Debriefing Dévi: Suvir Saran’s Suspected Side Projects Yolato takes a swing at the fro-yo competition by opening three Manhattan shops this week. [NYS] Related: The New Cold War: Frozen Yogurt Invades New York Del Posto’s Nicole Kaplan says it straight: “I don’t really like innovations.” [amNY ]
  17. Mediavore
    The Coffee Shop Open Again; Marcus Samuelsson Heading to Meatpacking?With Gordon Ramsay, DB Bistro Moderne, and others, room service has recently gotten a lot more ambitious — though not necessarily successful. [NYT] The Coffee Shop is back in business after its brief and much-publicized closure. [NYP] Once they move into Sascha, the brothers behind PM plan to put Aquavit’s Marcus Samuelsson in charge of the kitchen. [Eater] Related: PM Owners to Open Harlem Restaurant, Bistro-Bakery-Club in Sascha Space