Joe Coffee Company and Orwasher’s Bakery donated the coffee and bread for the pop-up shop called Murphy’s Beans n’ Dreams.
Last month, we welcomed over 50 breweries, wineries, distilleries, coffee roasters and food vendors to serve up some of their most exciting creations.
Amid the modern wheat-related gloom and doom, a small group of true believers have been working diligently to reconfigure our relationship with wheat.
Based on our nominations and your votes, here’s Gotham’s cream of the crop.
Today on our weekly NY1 television segment we visit Orwasher’s Bakery on the Upper East Side, whose 100-year-old basement brick ovens were bought by Keith Cohen in 2007. (And were profiled in the last issue of the magazine, to boot.) As you’ll see in the piece (online right here), Cohen bought the place with a vision to make true artisan breads using the best of both old-fashioned techniques and new ideas. But we forgot to tell you about his amazing jelly doughnuts.
The regional grainshed is once again becoming New York’s breadbasket.
Oh yeah, we just now got our hands on the formerly top-secret spreadsheet of what will be served at our fourth annual Uncorked local…
In wine country, a grape-based starter.