Mathieu has many exciting exhibitions planned for the months to come. Mary Westring’s show will close November 29, to be followed by large photographs on canvas by Margaret Gosden.
Mason accrued a reputation as a rocker chef, perhaps because of the tattoos up and down his arms, or perhaps because of his original IFC TV series, Dinner With The Band. However, Mason’s newest venture in OddFellows Ice Cream Co. may serve as proof that his rocker rebel spirit runs deeper.
The 4th annual Taste Williamsburg-Greenpoint Food Fest took place last Sunday at the East River State Park. Over 40 local businesses—restaurants, wine shops, artisanal food producers—showed their flags and cooking chops.
A two-day chat n’chew event, Taste Talks, was organized by the Northside Media Group (publisher of the L Magazine) and curated by Chef April Bloomfield.
Another summer has come to an end, and while the sky is still blue and the air still warm and lovely, claim your piece of the Brooklyn sky. It’s yours for the price of a craft beer or a fancy cocktail.
Olive Oil 101 explores the flavor characteristics and chemistry of single varietal extra virgin olive oil plus uncovers the scandalous world of the olive oil business. Oh, yes it is!
Flavors like Minty Lime, and Rosemary Apple Cobbler, are unique to Pie Corps, but the team’s Honey Lavender Pie has differentiated itself as the most unique and beloved of the pack.
The name of the restaurant says it all. It is the name of the liquid left over from greens you boiled. The broth tastes different every time, depending on what you throw in the pot. The term comes from the South, and so the food at Potlikker has Southern roots.
One way to avoid getting fake oil is to shop at places like O Live, a specialty olive oil store located at 60 Broadway (diagonally across from Marlow & Sons)
“We wanted to take Middle Eastern food to another level. We want to serve food that reflects modern Israeli life…”