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Seamus Mullen

  1. Openings
    What to Eat at El Colmado Butchery, Opening in the Meatpacking DistrictHousemade charcuterie, whole rotisserie chicken, and more.
  2. Expansions
    Seamus Mullen to Open Restaurant in Mondrian London HotelIt’s open next to a greenmarket-leaning cocktail bar called Dandelyan.
  3. Coming Soon
    Partnerships: Jonathan Waxman, Tom Colicchio, and Seamus Mullen Announce NewWaxman and Mullen will open restaurants in New York while Colicchio is heading to Miami Beach.
  4. Video Feed
    Watch a Quartet of Super Chefs (and a DJ) Battle in a Nacho CookoffCan Alex Stupak defeat Wylie Dufresne, Michael Anthony, Seamus Mullen, and a food-loving DJ?
  5. Wham Bam Thank You Naan
    What to Eat at Gotham West Market, Now Serving Top-Notch Ramen, KillerSeriously.
  6. Giving Back
    Jonathan Waxman Raised $335,000 for Alex’s Lemonade StandNicely done.
  7. Leftovers
    Seamus Mullen’s Demo at Fishs Eddy; Liquiteria ExpandsPlus: Aamanns-Copenhagen launches brunch, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  8. Leftovers
    Marcus Samuelsson Partners With Bon Jovi; La Pulperia Opening SoonPlus: Bronx Beer Hall is now open, Lincoln Ristorante hosts a meal of Umbrian specialties, and more, in today’s leftovers.
  9. Bookshelf
    New York Chef Seamus Mullen Comes to S.F. Next Week; Russ & Daughters’Mullen has a new book called ‘Hero Food’ that focuses on ingredients he says have helped him feel better living with rheumatoid arthritis.
  10. In Season
    In Season: Seamus Mullen’s Crispy Fried Jerusalem ArtichokesHe likes to serve fried sunchokes as an alternative to fried potatoes.
  11. Damage Report
    Coping When They Should Be Cooking: The Impressive Resolve of New York’sEven in the most dire of circumstances, New York’s chefs have a workmanlike approach to getting back on their feet.
  12. Summits
    StarChefs to Feature 24 Food Carts, Two Pop-up RestaurantsAnd a whole lot of other stuff.
  13. Chef Showdowns
    Seamus Mullen Bests Stupak, Pelaccio at SuperburgerEvery ingredient in his hamburguesa was smoked.
  14. What to Eat
    What to Eat at the Standard Plaza, Slinging Seamus Mullen’s Fare AlfrescoEach dish gets a shot of vibrant, summery produce — see our slideshow.
  15. Empire Building
    Seamus Mullen Heading Up Standard Hotel’s Seasonal RestaurantThe meatpacking location’s Standard Plaza eatery will operate until September 30.
  16. Quote of the Day
    Se Habla Jamón y PatatasYou’re not going to catch Tertulia toque Seamus Mullen cooking Asian food anytime soon.
  17. Cheers
    Congrats to IACP and Time Out Award WinnersNo toques left unturned.
  18. The Grub Street Diet
    Tertulia’s Seamus Mullen Feasts With His Chef de Cuisine and Gardens With“When I do have a glass of wine, I enjoy it so much more. It’s really something special. But now I get totally bombed, you know? My tolerance is definitely a lot lower.”
  19. Pie Tidings
    Michael White’s Taste in Pies: Decidedly SquareChef Bianco has been practicing for his upcoming pizzeria, Nicoletta.
  20. Menu Changes
    Tertulia Starting Lunch Next MondaySmoked-lamb-breast sandwiches are a go!
  21. Spain
    José Andrés Compares Seamus Mullen to HemingwayHe’s a one-man melting pot.
  22. What to Eat
    Seamus Mullen to Start Serving Egg-on-a-Roll at His New RestaurantGranted, it’s not your typical egg-on-a-roll.
  23. Openings
    What to Eat at Seamus Mullen’s Tertulia, Opening This MonthLots of good-sounding traditional tapas.
  24. Openings
    Seamus Mullen Talks TertuliaHe tells Fork in the Road that he’s just really shooting for a cool Spanish vibe.
  25. Openings
    Seamus Mullen Returning to New York With TertuliaThe Spanish restaurant is scheduled to open in the West Village this summer.
  26. Foodievents
    Seamus Mullen Pops Up at Toro: Take a Peek at His MenuThe New York chef will cook in Boston for a night.
  27. Openings
    CB2 Okays New Projects From Mullen, Stupak, Suarez, and VardaThe Beatrice Inn finally has a new tenant, and more news from last night’s CB2 meeting.
  28. Foodievents
    Seamus Mullen Pops Up on the Lower East SideThe Boqueria chef is back in the kitchen for three nights only.
  29. Chef Shuffle
    Boqueria Announces Seamus Mullen’s ReplacementHe comes from Miami.
  30. Chef Shuffle
    Seamus Mullen Leaves BoqueriaA shake-up at the ambitious Spanish restaurant.
  31. Reopenings
    Boqueria Reopens in Flatiron, But Down a Chef De CuisinePlus, is Keith McNally’s pizzeria opening this month?
  32. Next Iron Chef
    Next Iron Chef Jose Garces’s Solid Technique Dominates Kitchen StadiumJose Garces brings the Food Network glory home to Philly
  33. Mediavore
    Reichl Plans Life After Gourmet; Annisa Reopens Next MonthPlus, Burger King gets a new look, the newest ladies-man chef, and more, in our daily news roundup.
  34. Mediavore
    Supermarkets Educate Butchers; Local Chefs Work Around BlightPlus: Graydon Carter slums in the cafeteria, and counterfeit wine in Italy, all in our morning news roundup.
  35. TV Land
    New Yorker Nate Appleman Will Compete to Be Next Iron ChefA clue into what sort of restaurant the San Francisco transplant might open here?
  36. Slideshow
    Inside Boqueria SohoA slideshow tour of Boqueria 2.0.
  37. Beef
    Seamus Mullen Breaks NYC Dining Taboo, Calls Balthazar T***istyOh no he didn’t.
  38. New York Wine & Food Festival
    Best of the Fest: More From the New York City Wine & Food FestivalFrom chef chats to panel-discussion recaps to, well, a rather frank assessment of Bobby Flay’s dancing skills. Yes folks, it was a VERY special time.
  39. Foodapalooza
    RawrSeamus Mullen recalls being chased by ‘cougars’ in Aspen.
  40. In the Magazine
    Batali TV; Platt on Sheridan SquareIn the magazine this week: Heilemann on Batali, one star for Sheridan Square, and new Italian takeout in the East Village.
  41. User’s Guide
    What Chefs Eat on Their Summer VacationsWhere can an honest cook go for honest clams?
  42. NewsFeed
    Boqueria to Open Second, Larger Location in SohoBoqueria is coming to Soho, in the old Kin Khao space on Spring Street.
  43. Foodievents
    Back-to-Back Feasts Will Break the Bank, Blow Your MindAre you enough of a hard-core gastronome to attend Chris Cosentino’s and Seamus Mullen’s back-to-back event dinners? Cosentinois the famous West Coast offal master whom you may remember from his appearances on Iron Chef. Cosentino is doing a signature “Head to Tail” dinner at the Astor Center on Tuesday, March 4, hosted by Michael Ruhlman. Expect lots of tripe, testa, candied cockscombs, and the like. That one will set you back $250. On March 5, Seamus Mullen is doing a Basque “Homage to Euskadi” dinner at Suba, featuring regional specialties like hake tongues; tortilla de bacalao with poached hen’s egg; salt-cod brandade, pimientos de padron; beans and pork belly; and so on, all paired with big Basque wines. That one is $110 and should be a little easier on the old G.I. system as well. But what other city could produce two such feasts back to back? To reserve for the Cosentino dinner, click here; for the Suba dinner, call 212-982-5714.
  44. NewsFeed
    Coming Soon: Boqueria, Part DosIf you’ve ever had the experience of squeezing past the Scylla and Charybdis of Boqueria’s tightly packed models and hams, you’ve probably wished the place were a little bigger. Owner Yann de Rochefort is now in talks to find a space for a bigger downtown Boqueria. And the leading candidate? None other than 10 Downing Street. That is to say, 10 Downing Street south, the southern of two storefronts in the building across from Da Silvano — as opposed to the other 10 Downing, north, the almost-home of Scott Bryan’s 10 Downing and now said to be the future kitchen of “Desperate Chef” Jason Neroni. (To add to the confusion, 10 Downing is also the name as well as the partial address of the latter restaurant.)
  45. Foodievents
    Mixology Immortals Met at Last Night’s Astor Center Opening Last night’s opening bash at the Astor Center was an amazing event – there was ibérico ham, hip-hop violinists, and Joey Campanaro, Josh DeChellis, and Seamus Mullen cooking hors d’oeuvres. But what people will remember will be the mixologists. A veritable cocktail hall of fame was present, and we managed to get them all together at once for an image that makes us thirsty just looking at it.
  46. The Annotated Dish
    Suba’s Spanish LambapaloozaSpanish fine dining has been a hard sell in New York, but insofar as anyone has been able to make a go of it, it’s Seamus Mullen. Suba, Mullen’s chicly dungeon-like space on the Lower East Side, produces some of the city’s most intense and inventive Spanish-inspired food, and the Silla de Cordero, or saddle of lamb, is a perfect example. Three separate parts constitute the saddle, and Mullen puts them all together on plate, a tribute to the Spanish love of lamb: “the whole dish is about lamb, soup to nuts” he says, “lamb tenderloin, lamb belly, lamb loin, sheep’s milk cheese, sheep’s milk yogurt, and a nice lamby vinaigrette. We love it.” As always, mouse over the different parts of the dish to hear them described in the chef’s own words.
  47. Foodievents
    Colicchio, Samuelsson, Hall, Others Shine at Taste of New York Though the event did not run late, the food at last night’s Taste of New York was beyond reproach: Suba’s Seamus Mullen produced some ridiculously rich and crispy oxtail croquettes, and the Ciao Bella guys served a Turkish yogurt gelato that stopped visitors in their tracks. Hill Country’s beef riblets were one of the hits of the show, requested by other chefs even as they labored behind their own tables. Meanwhile, Jim Meehan of PDT was setting out the apple cocktails that seemed to be in everybody’s hands.
  48. NewsFeed
    Virginia Pig Farmer Is the Toast of the New York Pork WorldIt sounds like a fairy tale: Some Spanish hogs, brought over by Spanish colonists in the sixteenth century, take over an island off the coast of Georgia and run wild there for hundreds of years. Feral and boarlike, they are also about the best tasting pork imaginable, and cousins to the world’s most celebrated ham. Is it a fable, conjured by the heated imagination of foodies? Or an eye-opening truth, as irrefutable as a piece of gamey and rich roast pork? We’re happy to say that it’s the latter. Bev Eggleston, of Eco-Friendly Foods in Virginia, has started selling his amazing pork to a handful of New York restaurants, and soon he may be giving the Spanish a run for their money in the ham business.
  49. In the Magazine
    The Center Cannot Hold, and Why Would You Want It To? This week brings together some disparate threads of the great suffocating quilt that is the New York food world. Modern Spanish and Latin food have almost nothing in common, other than, in the form of Suba and Rayuela, getting one star each from Adam Platt. Uptown Gael Greene rocks out Southern Hospitality. Downtown, Rob and Robin find a chef that knows all there is to know about the frying game and discover what’s happened to restaurant matchbooks in these days of the smoking ban. Plus, Kirby cucumbers are in season this week.
  50. NewsFeed
    Seamus Mullen Forced to Pull the NightshadesWe were happy for Seamus Mullen, the Boqueria and Suba chef who was nearly crippled a few months ago by an acute attack of rheumatoid arthritis, a chronic joint disease. Mullen got some good news in this week’s Times review and is looking forward to seeing what Adam Platt has to say when his turn comes round. On the other hand, Mullen tells us that his diet is now permanently screwed up: He can’t eat tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant, or any other member of the nightshade family — “which sucks, because all that stuff is in season right now and really beautiful,” he says. For the sake of his aching joints, the chef is also required to eat lots of oily fish. Luckily he has the cooking skills to make this blow bearable.
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