The app called Carrozza at East Village pizzeria Nicoletta is Dish #8 in our countdown. Welcome to 100 Dishes to Eat Now, the tasty countdown leading up to our "Best of 2012" issue. Tune in each day (weekends too!) for a new dish from the Fork in the Road team. [See More 100 Dishes: Mozzarella in ... More >>
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German Rieslings are straying from sweet and heading toward dry, which some find disconcerting. [NY Times] Bottles of whiskey from distilleries closed during the 1980s' recession can be a solid investment. [Decanter] Bargains can be had with "second wines" from Bordeaux, like Château Marga ... More >>
A new osteria gives you a little bit of a lot of Italy
Beer-happy picnickers were not too happy at this Sunday's first annual Brewers' Pic Nyc at Governors Island about having to wait for a whole extra hour before they could start drinking. Organizers were apparently confused about New York's blue laws, which were changed in 2006, making it legal ... More >>
Enough is enough.In the wake of the apparent suicide of Joseph Cerniglia, the chef at Campania in Fair Lawn, N.J., who appeared on Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares in 2007, Le Bernardin chef Eric Ripert got on the Twitter to blast Ramsay for the way he, well, blasts his chefs:
Chef Joseph Cerniglia of Campania restaurant in Fair Lawn, NJ, was found floating in the Hudson River. In 2007, he'd appeared in Season 1 Episode 9 of Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares. Looking at the show, one of the things that strikes you is how little affection Ramsay has for garlicky souther ... More >>
northjersey.comJoseph CernigliaThe body of Joseph Cerniglia, a chef and restaurateur in North Jersey who earlier this year appeared on Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares, has been found floating in the Hudson River.
Patron saint of Naples, San Gennaro casts his eyes heavenward, in despair over the preponderance of fried food at his festival. San Gennaro (English: Saint Januarius) is the patron saint of Naples, Italy, a Catholic bishop who was martyred in the Diocletianic Persecution of 305. The festival ... More >>
Daniel Zemans/SliceA panuozzo from Freddy's Pizza & Gelateria in Illinois.New York just can't seem to eat enough Italian carbohydrates, regardless of whether they hail from a wood-fired oven, a tiella, or the mind of a former Ogilvy adman. And now, thanks to San Matteo, a new restaurant on up ... More >>
It comes as little surprise that Josh Ozersky has come out against the new restaurant letter grading system -- most true epicureans are. In his latest Time column, he highlights so of the gravest crimes against cuisine that New York's Department of Health perpetuates, some even more lamentabl ... More >>
The future home of Broken English.Cobble Hill will soon have another new restaurant on its plate when Broken English opens at 68 Bergen Street in a few weeks.
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