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The Williamsburg renaissance transformed an industrial afterthought into a world-renowned enclave of artistic endeavors. Lucky for us, some of those artists chose to work with a grill rather than an easel to display their talents. With the backdrop of Manhattan providing a perfect canvas on which in ... More >>
No. 34: Brisket from BrisketTown
It's no secret that this city is in the throes of another barbecue renaissance, and like the cooking conditions for a well-done brisket, the process of getting to this point has been low and slow. The previous decade saw several spikes in 'cue prevalence, adding regional styles to the restaurant lan ... More >>
"Should I turn the music down?" People's Pops founder Joel Horowitz asks as we embark on a tour of his ice pop manufacturing kitchen in Brooklyn. As explanation, he adds, "You don't make a tasty ice pop without loud music." People's Pops headquarters is located at 630 Flushing Avenue on a nondescri ... More >>
Wednesday, February 20 Brisket King of NYC There's been a lot of talk about brisket as New York experiences a great boost in barbecue talent. Taste the work of the city's pitmasters at Santos Party House during the second annual brisket contest. John Stage of Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, Daniel Delaney of Br ... More >>
A new barbecue joint lights up Williamsburg
Our own Tejal Rao visits the East Village's Jeepney, the latest venture from the Maharlika family, to try the unhatched duckling eggs at the "modern Filipino gastropub" in her review of Jeepney. She offers some guidelines for enjoying the small bites: "Think of the impossibly pure broth you get when ... More >>
Hanukkah is a time for enjoying Jewish culinary traditions with family and friends, and to that end we present a daily competition between Ashkenazi and Sephardic food, going up around sunset on the first seven days of Hanukkah - and presenting a wrap-up as the sun goes down on the eighth day. Whose ... More >>
David's smallest brisket sandwich, at $7, is enough for nearly any appetite. Bed-Stuy mainstay David's Brisket House is one of Brooklyn's most unusual restaurants. It was founded in the '70s as a Jewish deli, slinging exemplary pastrami, corned beef, and roasted beef brisket. Nearly 30 years later ... More >>
Dan Delaney carves the meat at BrisketTown. Now fully opened on the stretch of Bedford Avenue just north of the Williamsburg Bridge, and dishing out luscious, long-smoked brisket, BrisketTown evolved out of a series of 31 pop-up barbecue events called BrisketLab that happened over the summer. The ... More >>
Daniel Delaney of VendrTV has been selling thousands of pounds of meat online and at his pop-up events. The Brooklyn native has put that money to good use and is opening up a brick and mortar in Williamsburg at 359 Bedford Avenue.