Through ‘Global Kitchen,’ immigrants teach New Yorkers the recipes they grew up on.
The James Beard Foundation has just announced the semi-finalists for its 2012 food journalism awards and we’re thrilled to announce that our former photo editor Michael Harlan Turkell has been nominated for the Visual Storytelling category for three restaurant profiles that appeared in this magazine.
A place still so cool seven years after its arrival it’s practically synonymous with the adjective.
Four years ago my first Back of the House for Edible Brooklyn was shot in the kitchen at David and Laura Shea’s applewood restaurant…
The Chez Panisse veteran and his chicken farmer muse.
Francis Ford Coppola ate there, too.
Where appetizing is both an adjective and a noun.
There’s gnocchi place like home.
And their pretzel croissant might have started the hybrid pastry craze.
It may be 2009 outside, but at 157 Chrystie Street it’s somewhere around 1939.
Chef Galen Zamarra is utterly committed to the natural world.
It was a shoe store in a former life, and now it bears some resemblance to a shoebox.