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Worcestershire

  • Blogs

    December 3, 2013

    Hank Shaw's Duck, Duck, Goose, our Cookbook of the Week

    Publishers love to send us cookbooks here at Fork in the Road, and often those books come straight from the chefs at some of New York's best restaurants. So we decided to share the love, and each week, we'll feature a new book, a recipe, and a few thoughts on cooking from the authors. Check back eve ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 15, 2013

    The Grand Central Oyster Bar & Restaurant Cookbook, Our Cookbook of the Week

    Publishers love to send us cookbooks here at Fork in the Road, and often those books come straight from the chefs at some of New York's best restaurants. So we decided to share the love, and each week, we'll feature a new book, a recipe, and a few thoughts on cooking from the authors. Check back eve ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 22, 2013

    The Beef Jerky Is Transcendental at Waterfront Ale House (PHOTOS)

    At first glance, you might mistake an order of Sam Barbieri and Ralph Yedinak's beef jerky for a bag of magic mushrooms, especially if you come across one after a few pints at Waterfront Ale House in Cobble Hill where the stuff is made. A closer look into the clear sandwich baggie, however, reveals ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 15, 2013

    Zak Pelaccio's Fish & Game Will Open Upstate Tonight

    Months back, Fork reported that Zak Pelaccio, founding chef of Fatty Crab and Fatty 'Cue, and his wife, Jori Emde, were gearing up to open Fish & Game in Hudson, New York, where they'd secured a building that dates to the 19th century (a former blacksmith shop owned by partner Patrick Milling Smith) ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 12, 2013

    James Salter Sings to Clams, Likes Worcestershire in his Martinis

    Things I learned about author James Salter while reading Nick Paumgarten's excellent profile of him in The New Yorker: "He has been known to sing 'American Pie' to clams when he shucks them." "He measures out his martinis precisely, down to a ritual drop of Worcestershire." "He always diligently ... More >>

  • Dining

    April 10, 2013

    Cathedral Is A Haitian House of Worship

    A small restaurant shines bright on Church Avenue

  • Blogs

    April 10, 2013

    The Good, the Bad, and the Tartare at Manzanilla; Pay to Pray at Cathedral

    Spring is (finally) in the air and the warm weather seems to be lightening our moods as well as our wardrobes. Did the rising temperatures have the same effect on our critics? Tejal Rao has mixed feelings about Manzanilla in Gramercy, while Robert Sietsema writes a rave for Cathedral in Flatbush. R ... More >>

  • Dining

    March 6, 2013

    Finding The Perfect Jerk on Flatbush

    Dueling spice-rubbed chickens

  • Blogs

    March 6, 2013

    6 Best Jerk Chickens in Flatbush, Brooklyn

    Typical sidewalk jerking operation Brooklyn is the jerk capital of the world, more so than even Jamaica itself. You can't go very far in Brooklyn neighborhoods like Crown Heights, Rugby, East New York, and Flatbush without seeing a 60-gallon drum spewing smoke -- the universal symbol of some of th ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 6, 2013

    Catch Up With Our Food Critics: Rao Enjoys "New York Nordic" and Sietsema Finds "Perfect Jerk"

    This week, our restaurant critics ventured beyond the Manhattan dining scene, with Robert Sietsema on the hunt for authentic Jamaican jerk all over Flatbush, and Tejal Rao sampling new Nordic dishes at Williamsburg's Aska. How did their Brooklyn choices stack up? Read on to find out.

  • Blogs

    November 14, 2012

    Guy Fieri Takes Heat: The Best Lines From Reviews of Guy's American Kitchen and Bar

    Pete Wells's uncensored review of Guy Fieri's Times Square hangout took a turn for the, um . . . rhetorical. But other reviews (and one personal essay from our Nick Greene about the restaurant's opening night) had some thoughts on Guy's American Kitchen and Bar. They found interesting ways to descr ... More >>

  • Dining

    February 8, 2012

    Pulqueria: ¡Hola, los Cocktails!

    Get sloshed on a different kind of breast milk

  • Blogs

    February 8, 2012

    5 Fun and Tasty Ways to Get Drunk at Pulqueria

    For this week's review, I headed down to Chinatown -- Doyers Street, specifically -- to check out Pulqueria, Christopher and Heather Tierney's new Mexican cocktail lounge and restaurant. The food pleasantly surprised me; standouts included the hibiscus flower enchiladas, a great mushroom quesadilla, ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 29, 2010

    Ichibantei vs. Otafuku: Which Restaurant has Better Octopus Balls?

    Takoyaki at Ichibantei​ Otafuku has long been New York's go-to spot for takoyaki, the delicious gooey dough balls filled with chopped octopus, but the mini-eatery is getting a run for its money from its East Village neighbor, the recently opened "Japanese soul food" restaurant Ichibantei (401 ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 30, 2010

    Walkers Prawn Cocktail Crisps vs. Skips Prawn Cocktail Crisps

    ​The battle is joined! Prawn cocktail is the British equivalent of our own shrimp cocktail. But while our recipe dates to the early 20th century (it appeared as early as 1909 in a New Orleans cookbook as "Chevrettes a la Sauce Tomate,"calling for two tablespoons of ketchup), the English versi ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 7, 2010

    At the Greenmarket: New York's Best Bloody Mary

    Toigo Orchards​Bottled bloody mary mixes are generally not an impressive lot, so you're excused if you think the headline on this post is a a bit of hyperbole.

  • Blogs

    February 11, 2010

    Battle of the Weird-Ass British Potato Chips, Oops! Crisps

    ​Walkers, of Leicester, England, manufactures several oddball flavors of crisps that will be unfamiliar to Americans. Funny how each nation of snackers prefers its own strange potato chip flavors. In America, where the potato chip was invented in Saratoga Springs in 1853, we long ago grew tir ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 13, 2009

    Choice Eats Preview: Peppa's Jerk Chicken

    The second annual Choice Eats event is scheduled for March 31, and tickets are going fast...Tuesday March 31, 2009 6:30 - 9:30pmThe 69th Armory at Lexington Avenue68 Lexington Ave @ 26th Street, NYCGo here to read more and buy tickets.Like last year, we've invited restaurants based on the recom ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 3, 2009

    Strange Snacks of the World -- Mochi Croquettes

    The sublime mochi croquette at EN (click to enlarge) While rarely seen in restaurants, the croquette is central to homestyle Japanese cooking, as seen at the East Village restaurant Chiyono. The croquette probably originated in the Netherlands, but as made by moms all across Japan, features ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 13, 2009

    Best Markets -- El Quetzal

    The quetzal is a tropical bird with colorful plumage and a long forked tail, a national symbol of Guatemala. El Quetzal is also the name of a Guatemalen grocery in Jamaica, Queens, located on Hillside Avenue, under which the F train runs. The grocery is less than a block from the Parsons Ave. ... More >>

  • Dining

    August 7, 2007

    Little Dieterle

    The skinny on the first Top Chef restaurant

  • Blogs

    June 6, 2007
  • Books

    April 11, 2006

    The Magic Numbers

    Thirteen ways of looking at world weaver David Mitchell's bewitching 13-part novel

  • Dining

    October 11, 2005

    A Tale of Two Tubs

    Jerk chicken joints face off across Brooklyn's Flatbush Avenue

  • Books

    April 13, 2004
  • NYC Life

    April 16, 2002
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    April 9, 2002
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    April 2, 2002
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