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A Taste of Chinatown

Click here to view the full size version. Here is the full size version of the pic above. Full-size ad of “The Fifth Annual Taste of Chinatown“. Click here to […]

Hearth Redux

Click here and here for previous dinners at Hearth. Junipero Serra cocktail –Ketel One citron vodka, fig puree, Peychand’s bitters Amuse: parsnip soup, cardamom Crudo tasting Left to right: hamachi, […]

Dinner, 18 October 2006

Tonight’s dinner is so simple that anyone can make it. If you can boil water and chop an onion, you can have dinner in the time it takes to cook […]

Breakfast, 14 October 2006

Actually this was Second Breakfast, the first being a whey protein shake and bowl of cottage cheese topped with fruit. 🙂 Chantrelle and Leek Omelette Leeks from last night’s dinner, […]

Dinner, 13 October 2006

Mussels, Leek and Herbs in Cream Sauce Clockwise from top left: riesling, whipping cream, garlic, leeks, Italian parsley, mussels. One and a half pounds of mussels, cleaned and debearded. 2 […]

Dinner, 10 October 2006

Roasted Tomato, Garlic, Onion and Black Bean Soup I wanted to make a salsa to serve along with the soup but then realized that jalapenos were probably in short supply, […]

Dinner, 8 October 2006

Pasta with Roasted Broccoli and Herbed Breadcrumbs Broccoli, EVOO (extra-virgin olive oil), kosher salt, black pepper. Roast at 350 F for 30-35 minutes. When done, toss with the juice of […]

Kitchen Lessons, Part the First

Not everything that comes out of my kitchen is picture perfect. Case in point was breakfast this morning. A disclosure: I’ve never made scrambled eggs before. I can do omelettes, […]

Momofuku Ssäm Bar

Late night snack at Momofuku Ssäm Bar. Click here for a formal write-up and here for a podcast, both on Off The Broiler. Whereas Jason previewed Momofuku in all its […]