Raise a glass to toast apple biodiversity.
A place still so cool seven years after its arrival it’s practically synonymous with the adjective.
The glamorized bars of the Prohibition era served often bathtub gin.
Witness the work of committed chefs like Savoy’s Peter Hoffman, who wrote for us about enlightened fishing, and Gramercy Tavern’s Michael Anthony, who passes the praise for his spectacular sustainable cuisine to the farmers who grow the ingredients.
A new tome to the comfort country classic just out from Gothamite Mindy Fox.
Designed more than a century ago, each is a serious workhorse to pare, core and slice apples for 19th-century eaters.
And maybe a little punch drunk as well.
Everyone, regardless of creed, enjoys the stands of pines that pop up on city sidewalks every December.
To paraphrase the famous French epicure Brillat-Savarin, “Show me where you cook and I’ll tell you who you are.”
Break out the bubbly.
They deliver, literally and figuratively.
Bringing Sicilian specialties to the Upper East Side.