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Fashion Week

  1. big tip
    Where Should I Eat During Fashion Week?Teen Vogue deputy editor Ella Cerón shares her tips for grabbing a quick bite during fashion’s wildest week.
  2. Situational Dining
    The Quick and Dirty Guide to Eating During Fashion WeekThere are great dining options near each major venue.
  3. The Grub Street Diet
    Glamour’s Cindi Leive Eats Eggs With Her Kids, Caprese With Kerry“I told myself that it was a really cute little European lunch, but really it was just leftovers.”
  4. Grub Guides
    Where to Eat and Drink During Fashion WeekEven the most overbooked of editors will be able to find some sustenance.
  5. Grub Guides
    Situational Dining: Where to Eat and Drink During Fashion WeekYes, we said eat.
  6. Feed the Models
    Juice Cleanses Are Half-Off for Fashion Week Models$30 per day for an unnecessary liquid diet.
  7. Lean Cusine
    Please Do Feed the ModelsHydration! Snacks!
  8. Leftovers
    All-Star Fund-raiser at Hearth; Shaun Hergatt’s Next MovePlus: Dos Toros to Williamsburg, and more of today’s leftovers.
  9. Excuses to Run Shots of Models
    The Swimsuit Model Dessert SurveyBecause, when you’re in a room, surrounded by a bunch of supermodels, why not ask them what desserts they love?
  10. Batalian
    Batali Likes Food the Color of His CrocsDoritos and lasagna are just fine in his eyes.
  11. Skinny
    Time to Discuss Models and Their Lack of Food AgainOne likes hot chocolate.
  12. Grub Maps
    Where to Sip and Snack Tonight for Fashion’s Night Out (With a Map!)They might as well start calling it Foodie’s Night Out.
  13. The Grub Street Diet
    Model Selita Ebanks Dilutes Her Kool-Aid, Doesn’t Need a Menu at Nobu“I had a great egg-white omelette, whole-wheat toast, and a side of pancakes. Don’t tell anyone about the pancakes.”
  14. Quote of the Day
    Please Feed the ModelsDaniel Boulud wants to see models sipping Mâcon at Bar Boulud.
  15. The Grub Street Diet
    Fashion Designer Jill Stuart Eats Hamburger Cake, Invites Her Favorite Chef to“I don’t like watery coffee. Skim milk ruins it. If I’m really treating myself, I’ll take heavy cream.”
  16. The New York Diet
    Sessilee Lopez Kicks Off Fashion Week With Bodega Coffee and Outback Steakhouse“It’s like the fattiest thing that you could possibly eat, but I think I deserve it.”
  17. Foodievents
    Christina Tosi’s Night OutThe Momofuku Milk Bar chef will be manning a street cart tonight.
  18. Mediavore
    Will Damon Wise Leave Craft? Starbucks Baristas Allege Union-BustingPlus: Breakfast for dessert and calorie counts in court, all in our morning news roundup.
  19. Cupmudgeonism
    Christmas Cupcakes WheeeNow available at One Girl Cookies. Plus, remember: $1 cupcakes today!
  20. The New York Diet
    Celebrity Stylist David Evangelista Chews His Way Through Fashion Week and theThe onetime ‘Iron Chef’ judge says he has the best protein shake recipe ever. He likes real food, too!
  21. NewsFeed
    Breaking: Waverly Inn’s John DeLucie Confirmed In at CharlesTrendy ‘Purple’ magazine is having its Fashion Week party there, but details about the venue are scarce.
  22. Mediavore
    Mario Batali, Food Network Split; Vermin at Da Silvano and Peter LugerThe Food Network dumps Mario Batali, and he dumps Iron Chef America in return. [NYP] Da Silvano‘s media connections won’t keep rat spottings out of the news as Inside Edition will air footage of the vermin tonight alongside similarly damning video of both Peter Luger and Blue Ribbon. [Eater] “Nobody at the Bryant Park tents has to starve, sleep or stay sober” during fashion week thanks to sponsorships including Eleni’s cookies, Nespresso, and most importantly the entire Spanish wine region of Rioja. [NYDN]
  23. The New York Diet
    Designer Lyn Devon Survives Fashion Week With Pizza and the City’s Best Lyn Devon designed for Ralph Lauren and Zac Posen before starting her own house out of the basement of her Broome Street apartment in 2005, dressing Sarah Jessica Parker and Julia Stiles. Normally she’d be dining out with friends (her fridge holds little more than hummus, ice cream, and beer), but during Fashion Week, twelve-hour workdays rule out anything beyond the occasional late-night decompression session at the local dive bar. Besides “constant coffee and water,” we wondered what else fueled her as she prepared for her show yesterday morning.
  24. The Other Critics
    Michelin: Gastronomic Bible Reads Like In-Flight AdvertorialWhen we saw the new Michelin ratings on the Web, before getting ahold of the actual book, we were left scratching our heads. (Read our complaints and suggestions here.) Now that we’re reading the thing, we’re becoming even more confused. This is supposed to be a guidebook? The descriptions are all breezy, self-contained little blurbs which seem more like something you would read in an airplane magazine’s advertorial insert than in the American edition of the oldest and most powerful restaurant guide in the world.
  25. Foodievents
    Today: Better Cooking Through ChemistryShirley Corriher, a former research biochemist at the Vanderbilt Medical School, kicks off a series of classes on “The Science of Cooking” tonight at 7 World Trade Center. Science is the next big thing in the food world, we think: More and more people are becoming interested in why things burn, turn weird colors, and cook the way they do. On the highest level, they call this sort of thing “molecular gastronomy,” but it’s basically as simple as high-school chemistry. To RSVP, call Alyssa Zahorcak at 212-298-8616 or send an e-mail here. Subsequent classes include “The Science of Wine,” “The Science of Beer,” “The Science of Taste,” and “The Science of Cheese.” “Behind the Scenes: The Science of Cooking,” New York Academy of Sciences, 6 p.m. 7 World Trade Center, 250 Greenwich St., at Barclay St., 40th fl. Earlier: Spanish Chefs Cook With Dirt, Dazzle Avant-Garde at Weekend Demo