Wednesday, November 25, 2009

EDIBLE BROOKLYN, Issue 16, Winter 2010

Right in time for the holiday stretch! Try not to pull those spirit muscles this year, and hopefully Edible Brooklyn's Winter 2010 Issue can assist with some cheer.

On the cover, Sugarbuilt's cast iron cookies (photo by Jacob Pritchard)

We visit the BACK OF THE HOUSE at Franny's and Brooklyn Larder, where it's not just about the pizza anymore.

Go "In the Kitchen With" one of my favorite local designers, Lotta Jansotter (Anderson).

Also, taste the beginnings of Scratch Bread, see how a Montreal transplant brings us smoked meat and poutine at Mile End Deli, plus more confections, proteins, and beverages to sate you through the New Year!

Cheers to 2010 in Brooklyn!

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Thursday, November 19, 2009

Newport Magazine, Chef Chris Cosentino "nose to tail" cooking

Cover shot for Newport Magazine, of Chef Chris Cosentino from Incanto in San Francisco, covering his "nose to tail" cooking philosophy.

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Friday, November 06, 2009

Photos of Chef Chris Cosentino for Phaidon's COCO cookbook

Contributed photos of Chef Chris Cosentino of Incanto in San Francisco, for Phaidon's COCO cookbook. Chris was chosen by Fergus Henderson of the famed St. John Restaurant in London. It's an outstanding collection of 100 of the most influential chefs in the world. Check out the Phaidon pop-up store in Soho, NYC (and there's also one in London).

Photographs at De Gustibus Cooking School in Macy's

Thanks to Salvatore Rizzo, a selection of my BACK OF THE HOUSE photographs are hanging up at the De Gustibus Cooking School in Macy's Herald Square NYC location. Stop by for a peek, and stay for a class.

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Tuesday, November 03, 2009

EDIBLE MANHATTAN, Issue 8, Nov/Dec 2009

Edible Manhattan's 8th issue reminds me that Fall turns into winter quicker than we think, thankfully there's City Bakery's hot chocolate to warm us up (our latest BACK OF THE HOUSE). Oh, and definitely had a pretzel croissant or three.

Spent time with food writer and director of Southern Foodways Alliance. John T. Edge picking apart the fried chicken in Koreatown.

In The Kitchen with Adam Gopnik, a writer for The New Yorker, and a reason I hope to live in France someday sooner than not (read his book, Paris to the Moon, and you will too).

Not to meniton:
... homemade egg nog, Whole Food's Thanksgiving prep, sourcing local "meat", and Chef Eric Ripert's City Harvest initiatives ...

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