The “Men in Blue” will be donning chef whites on March 13 for the annual Doe Fund “Sweet: New York” fund-raiser where trainees in the charity’s culinary arts program will cook alongside some boldface names from the Manhattan food world.
In time to honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day, chef Marcus Samuelsson organized “a conversation in art and food” at Red Rooster Harlem.
The restaurant business in Manhattan is notoriously cutthroat, but Not My Day Job showed the camaraderie and community that exist when the knives are laid aside.
Whether it was the stress-relief that comes with hammering away at your food, or the free-flowing raspberry beer, something magical happened at this year’s Hammer & Claws Maryland Blue Crab Fest on 11th Avenue.
Summer picnics are an easy means to while away a sweltering afternoon, especially when you can linger over a cheese plate. To strike the right balance between pleasing the crowd and impressing the fromage aficionado in your party, check out these picnic faves, recommended by some of our favorite experts in the field.