Manzanilla, the new restaurant from Boqueria's Yann de Rochefort, opened on Wednesday, according to Eater. Rochefort and chef Dani García head the Spanish spot in Gramercy. The menu has a few snack options -- croquettes, Iberico pork charcuterie, and oxtail brioche -- and the larger dishes include ... More >>
Keri Levens has worked as Aquavit's wine director since May. Though she studied art history and art at Rutgers University, she ultimately decided to pursue a culinary career. She chatted with Fork in the Road this week about her work at the restaurant (65 East 55th Street) and how she plays with dri ... More >>
Lauren ShockeyLeft to right: The Cookiepedia, The Treats Truck Baking Book, Cookies at Home with The Culinary Institute of America
Whether you like 'em chewy and studded with tiny milk chocolate morsels or crispy and stuffed with big bittersweet chunks, there's really no such thing as a bad c ... More >>
German Rieslings are straying from sweet and heading toward dry, which some find disconcerting.
Bottles of whiskey from distilleries closed during the 1980s' recession can be a solid investment.
Bargains can be had with "second wines" from Bordeaux, like Château Marga ... More >>
via NYDNAdrian RodriguezThe bodies of two workers at Fukushima Daiichi missing since the earthquake and tsunami on March 11 have been found. Kazahiko Kokubo, 24, and Yoshiki Terashima, 21, were discovered in the basement of the No. 4 reactor; they appear to have suffered multiple traumatic injur ... More >>
IACPIt's the foodie awards season, and IACP just announced the finalists for its prestigious annual cookbook and journalism awards. Over 500 entries were submitted for consideration in this year's cookbook awards categories, with 52 books in 17 categories selected as finalists via a rigorous ... More >>
Yesterday, we spoke with Fany Gerson about the many things she has planned for La Newyorkina, the Mexican frozen-treats stand that she debuted in New York last summer. Today, the pastry chef extraordinaire talks about the so-called Sombrero Effect, the future, and keeping all of those ice cre ... More >>
Read the Joy of Cooking, and you can cook (almost) like Anita Lo.
Yesterday we spoke with Annisa chef Anita Lo about Chinese New Year and all the foods one should eat to ensure prosperity. Today she tells us about the books every foodie needs to read and what it was like getting feng shui'd.
Blood, Bones, and Butter, the memoir from Prune chef-owner Gabrielle Hamilton, doesn't come out until March. Having read an advance copy, we can attest to its considerable quality - it's worth reading alone for the chapter in which Hamilton is asked to speak on a Culinary Institute of America ... More >>
After restaurants with a "C" grade from the Health Department were outed, a number of diners are shocked and now say they will stop frequenting them.
Japanese chefs at the Culinary Institute of America's three-day forum on Japanese cuisines refused to use local water and instead co ... More >>
Vicky WasikChef Harold DieterleHarold Dieterle is perhaps best known for winning the first season of Top Chef, but he's been obsessed with cooking since high school, after which he attended the Culinary Institute of America. He's cooked at Red Bar, 1770 House, and The Harrison.
After winnin ... More >>
Taking a page from the Sex and the City cross-promotional playbook, McDonald's is planning to pimp its "brand new look" by dispensing free food, hand massages, and manicures at its Rockefeller Center location on June 2.
BravoIt's called the Oral Office, Beavis.So close, yet so far: Bravo today announced that there is but little more than a month remaining until the premiere of Top Chef: Washington, D.C., which will premiere on June 16. Season Seven already has a few things going for it, including three New Y ... More >>
The organizers of the Bocuse d'Or, otherwise known throughout the dining world as the culinary Olympics, announced the 12 semi-finalists for the 2011 U.S. team earlier this afternoon at Daniel. Each semi-finalist, avec sous chef, will compete against one another in February at the Culinary In ... More >>
The Bocuse d'Or, the food world's version of the Olympics, has put out a call for a few good chefs to represent the U.S. in the international competition that will take place in 2011. Sixteen applicants will be chosen by none other than Daniel Boulud, Thomas Keller, and Jerome Bocuse to compe ... More >>
Broadway East has confirmed yet another new chef to head up its kitchen. Phil Conlon, the opening chef de cuisine at Cafe Cluny, has taken over from Gavin Mills, who has reportedly left New York to work in California.
Todd English has confirmed rumors that he will open a new spa ... More >>
Has Pizza Hut changed its name to "The Hut"? Despite the chain using this shorter name on its signage and delivery boxes, it claims that the name has not officially changed. Apparently, "The Hut" is just a "simpler and easier" nickname for the "texting generation" to use. If they're going to go ther ... More >>