December 31st, 2010

Out with the old…

Tis the season to take stock of the year that has gone by and gear up for new foodie fads ahead. Over the next few weeks, I’ll look back at my best posts from 2010, and make predictions for enduring food trends you can expect to grace our kitchens, tables and menus in 2011. Around […]

December 22nd, 2010

The Stuffed of Home

I’m taking to the streets this afternoon to road trip it home for the holidays with a rental car packed full of pressies, pastries, cousins Frankie and Lindsay, Mr. Mixologist and my travel-tested kitty cat, Taleggio, in tow. I’ve come to expect a seven-hour journey over the bridge and through the tunnel to blustery Buffalo […]

December 15th, 2010

A (Jewish) Christmas Story

It’s no news that I try to eat the foods that are freshest as the seasons change, and in New York City, eating seasonally makes for delicious treats to look forward to throughout the year: tomatoes in summer, ramps in spring, and squash of all kinds when the leaves start to turn crimson in fall. […]

I’ve always found fall to be quite the opposite of spring. Instead of new growth and fresh green, it’s the end of life for many things, brittle brown and bright orange. And instead of coming in like a lion and going out like a lamb, fall starts out quietly and meets the winter raging. This […]

11. Anita Lo: annisa Anita Lo is another of the founding female chefs of New York cuisine, someone I’ve admired for years both in and outside of the kitchen. Her restaurant annisa has been uniquely influential in the downtown scene since it opened in 2000, and its menu, with its vibrant combinations of flavors, has […]

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