Gotham On A Plate: The Past, Present and Future of Food in NYC

Is there a “New York” cuisine?  That was the question that divided Drew Nieporent, Adam Platt, Jacqueline Raposo, David Rosengarten and Michael Whiteman, the panelists during yesterday’s “Business On A Plate” program at the New School, which was moderated by Rozanne Gold. These restaurateurs and food writers joined for some spirited conversation about the current…

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Cookbook Heaven

Recipes allow us to make connections – to the author, to the past, with ourselves and with each other.  Through these little stories told through food, history is recorded, and memories are made. There is an art to food-writing, just as with any other narrative.  And in New York City, the one place you could…

Once Upon A Time At Cosme

There were tales of tortillas made from impeccably sourced single-origin corn.  Rohan duck was cured for three days. And a Michelin chef from Mexico City was going to change the way New Yorkers thought about his cuisine.  Could any place meet the expectations generated by such hype? The raves about Batard and Upland had been…

Falling For Change

Yesterday was a big day in the world of food.  Eater unveiled a new format and redefined its mission.  The new site seems to be more functional, but we will see if the content continues to be TMZ style.  If the recent review of Cherche Midi is any indication, it’s form over substance…. Saveur magazine announced…