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cooking

Two Incredible Dishes That Can Literally Be Cooked in a Campfire

Lee Desroisers of Achilles Heel teaches us to make the ultimate outdoor meal: toast topped with fresh green tomatoes, herbs, and chicken fat; and homemade lamb sausage with charred spring onions.
Hilary Pollack
7.17.17
CHEFS

This Locavore Chef Gave Up His Restaurant to Become a Potter

Back in 2006, Jordan Colón opened a restaurant called Eat in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. He did so until he underwent one of the most novel chef transitions we have ever heard of. He become a potter.
Alex Swerdloff
3.21.16
New York

Chef's Night Out: Paulie Gee's

In this episode of Chef's Night Out, we hit up some truly classic New York establishments with Paul Giannone (a.k.a. "Paulie Gee") of Paulie Gee's in Greenpoint, Brooklyn—and yes, we eat a hell of a lot of pizza.
Paul Giannone
3.3.16
Brooklyn

My Road to Bakery Success Was Paved With Rotten Meat and Termite Wings

Once I knew that I wanted to be a baker, I never looked back. Even when I was faced with termite infestations, maggoty rotten meat, and threats from the Jewish mafia.
Agatha Kulaga
1.13.16
cooking

How-To: Make Brunch with Ken Addington

Ken Addington of Brooklyn's Five Leaves demonstrates how to make a brunch feast of ricotta pancakes with honeycomb butter, spicy Moroccan scramble with merguez sausage and crushed avocado, a classic Bloody Mary, and a blueberry chia seed pudding.
Ken Addington
11.17.15
NEW YORK CITY

We Talked to the New York Chef Who Saved a Lamb Instead of Serving It

In the wake of news that he would have to give up his adopted lamb, we asked NYC chef and Black Tree owner Sandy Dee Hall what's behind his relationship with Smokey.
Hilary Pollack
4.5.15
Brooklyn

Chef's Night Out: Agatha Kulaga and Erin Patinkin of Ovenly

Agatha and Erin of Greenpoint bakery Ovenly take us on an afternoon drink and snack spree around Brooklyn, hitting their favorite spots for nachos, donuts, and booze.
Agatha Kulaga and Erin Patinkin
1.16.15
New York

A Potential Craigslist Creep Ended Up Being My Bakery’s Angel Investor

Before I founded Ovenly, I was broke in New York and desperate for a place to live. I scoured Craigslist and found an unusual opportunity from a stranger—and it ended up changing everything.
Erin Patinkin
1.15.15
sustainability

Stop Eating Seafood Out of Season

People don't expect amazing tomatoes at the supermarket in January, but they buy wild salmon year-round. Consumers need to get in the rhythm and natural cycle of fish seasons. It’s like letting a field go fallow for a season—let it repopulate, spawn...
Vinny Milburn and Adam Geringer-Dunn
9.29.14