“I drink Sazeracs,” says chef Jeff McInnis of New York’s upcoming Root & Bone.
Here, fun and sometimes hilarious behind-the-scenes tales from authors working on forthcoming cookbooks. This month, Jill Donenfeld talks about her self-imposed exile along the Brooklyn coast.
Here, photographer Daniel Krieger’s favorite Brooklyn coffee, bread and even wings. Just don’t ask about brunch.
Now that every semi-pro at-home-bartender stocks bitters, tinctures and essences, it’s time to explore new cocktail seasonings.
Behold, the brilliant Grapefruit Agave Bûche de Noël from the bread and croissant masters at Brooklyn’s Bien Cuit bakery.
The first few nights I was really excited. It was a great dish, a winter favorite. Tight little green gems, layers furled into themselves, tiny perfect vegetables.
Photo: Adam Macchia
Superfly, the team behind the ultracool music festivals Bonnaroo (in Tennessee) and Outside Lands (in San Francisco), is at it again, launching a free food-focused musical extravaganza in Brooklyn this spring. Its newest project, just announced today, will be called The Great GoogaMooga (old-school DJ slang for "awesome"), and will take over the Nethermead area of Brooklyn’s Prospect Park on May 19 and 20. Read more about GoogaMooga >