Monthly Archives October 2007

Miller, Coors and Anheuser-Busch were once small breweries making fine…

Miller, Coors and Anheuser-Busch were once small breweries making fine local beer.
— Don’t Fear Big Beer – Garrett Oliver of the Brooklyn Brewery in today’s NY Times. (Aside: I once saw Garrett Oliver at a local restaurant and told him, “I’m a big fan.” I’m such a dork.)]]>

Eat For A Week

Eat For A Week
Remarkably lo-fi homemade cooking show on blip.tv that looks like it might actually be worth watching. I’ll podcast it and let you all (both of my readers) know if it’s any good. (via chow: the grinder)]]>

Radegast Hall & Biergarten

Radegast Hall & Biergarten
Should be fun when it opens.]]>

Applejack Old Fashioned

Applejack Old Fashioned
I’m going to have to give this a try next time I stumble across a bottle of Applejack.]]>

MEAAAT WHOAA (roboppy – via serious eats)

MEAAAT WHOAA (roboppy – via serious eats)]]>

I’m not crazy about lung—though we use it in faggots [traditional…

I’m not crazy about lung—though we use it in faggots [traditional British meatballs], which works very well. And I suppose a pig’s penis doesn’t really grab me.
— Time Out New York: 3 questions for…Fergus Henderson]]>

gastrokid

gastrokid
A nice blog about cooking for kids. My daughter (I love saying that) isn’t old enough to cook for, but I’m looking forward to that time.]]>

Keeping Up With the Momofukus

Keeping Up With the Momofukus
A little guide to the world of momofuku.]]>

On Time, on Budget: This Is New York?

On Time, on Budget: This Is New York?
New momofuku noodle bar is almost ready to open. I’m looking forward to momofuku ko.]]>

Brooklyn restaurant Dressler wins Michelin star

Brooklyn restaurant Dressler wins Michelin star
I’m a big fan of Dressler. I don’t really care much about the Michelin Guide, but it’s nice to see them recognized.]]>