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Jim Lahey

  1. On the Rise
    Finally, Le Bernardin Will Serve Non-Horrific BreadMaison Kayser will be on baguette duty from here on out.
  2. Events
    Bar Toma Launches Dough Masters Dinner Series With Jim Lahey March 13Bar Toma launches dough-focused dinner series.
  3. Restaurant Agenda
    Sullivan St Bakery’s Jim Lahey Offering Super Bowl Sunday Takeout ChiliBecause man cannot live by pane Pugliese alone.
  4. Openings
    Chelsea’s Sullivan Street Bakery Opening in JanuarySays owner Jim Lahey: “In fashion parlance, we had missed the fall season deadline.”
  5. Openings
    Signage Up for Sullivan St. Bakery on Ninth AvenueThe bakery’s second location is just a few doors up from Co.
  6. Slideshow
    Can Carmellini’s and Denton’s Menus Convince You to Fly Delta Out ofA first look at JFK’s new dining options, care of Jason Denton and Andrew Carmellini.
  7. Party Chat
    Nate Appleman, Jim Lahey Get Hypercompetitive at Meatball MadnessPlus: Daniel Holzman plays to the crowd, and Donatella Arpaia takes home the prize.
  8. Price Check
    Lahey Wants Your DoughJim Lahey wants to make $12 bread.
  9. What to Eat
    Jim Lahey Is Not Above Whipping It Out for His Sexy PiesHis iPhone, that is.
  10. The New York Diet
    Bread-Obsessed Chef Jim Lahey Prefers Not to Refrigerate His Butter“I had a cappuccino — or, really in coffee-culture parlance a cortado. I think these names for coffee are utterly ridiculous.”
  11. Bookshelf
    Dorie Greenspan, James Beard Top List of Must-Have Baking BooksA “Baker’s Dozen” of the best baking books of all time.
  12. Neighborhood Watch
    Turn Your Loft Into a Farm; Dunkin’ Donuts Seized in Prospect ParkPlus: The Richardson extends its hours, and Char No. 4 sells Easter hams, all in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  13. Home Cooking
    Jorge Garcia Discovers the ‘Lost’ Art of No-Knead Bread-makingThe TV star doubles as a baker. Plus, Jim Lahey shares some recipes.
  14. Beef
    Lahey Softens on Bruni ReviewThe pie-maker is interviewed by the fake Restaurant Girl.
  15. Mediavore
    The River Café Loses Ground; Car Smashes Into SbarroPlus: FoodStat reveals city’s health patterns, and new details on DBGB, all in our morning news roundup.
  16. Bookshelf
    Babycakes: The Book (the Trailer)Watch the vegan bakery’s owner go nuts in a new promo. (Oh, wait, nuts aren’t really allowed at Babycakes … )
  17. Help Wanted
    Be Lahey’s Right HandThe “high-profile innovator in the field of bread-making” is looking for an apprentice.
  18. The Other Critics
    Jim Lahey Scoffs at Bruni’s Co. ReviewEven the things the critic liked were wrong!
  19. Brunch
    Co. Opens for BrunchExciting news from the good folks at Jim Lahey’s pie joint.
  20. Hours of Operation
    Co. Opens for LunchAs of yesterday, the lines weren’t nearly as long.
  21. Recipes
    Make Jim Lahey’s Pizza at HomeCo.’s owner shares his recipe for no-knead pizza dough.
  22. Empire Building
    Vongerichten Has Plans for Park CityPlus, news on the Co. front.
  23. Reopenings
    Jim Lahey at Ago?Robert De Niro’s restaurant will soon be in the hands of Jean-Georges.
  24. Huh?
    Co. or Company?How do you pronounce the name of Jim Lahey’s new pizza joint?
  25. Openings
    A First Look at Co., Jim Lahey’s Crusty New PizzeriaThe bread master of Sullivan St. Bakery tries his hand at pizza crusts.
  26. Openings
    Sneak Peek at Co.’s PizzaThe pizzeria with a Sullivan St. bread pedigree is almost ready.
  27. NewsFeed
    Jean-Georges a Partner in Co Pizzeria; Steakhouse Next?Plus, news of a new Vongerichten steakhouse on the Upper East Side.
  28. The Underground Gourmet
    Sandwich of the Week: Sullivan St. Bakery’s Brilliant One of the greatest gifts to the sandwich world, the Underground Gourmet has always said, is Sullivan St. Bakery’s ciabatta. With its smallish size, not-too-dense crumb, and sturdy crust, it has, over the past decade or so, become the bread of choice for discriminating sandwich chewers all over town, and, consequently, as brazenly knocked off as a Gucci handbag.
  29. Mediavore
    Neroni Gives Lame Reason for Leaving PorchettaNeroni’s reason for leaving Porchetta: They wanted to open for lunch and start serving sandwiches. And here we thought he was a prima donna. [Eat for Victory/VV] The Russian Tea Room, taking a page from straight-to-DVD movies, pulls misleading blurbs from bad reviews to try to get some desperately-needed positive press. [Page Six] Sullivan Street Bakery’s Jim Lahey is said to be opening a pizzeria in Chelsea. [Food and Wine]