It’s Friday afternoon, which means its time to give a shout out to the best posts of the past five days.
The Early Word paid a visit to Vue, Gowanus’ very own version of Kurve…
…and checked out the goods at Mantao Chinese Sandwiches in Midtown.
Bill Peet, executive chef of Aretsky’s Patroon, shared his recipe for Certified Angus Prime Beef Burger with Slow Roasted Tomatoes and Grilled Onions.
The owner of Bklyn Larder talked about the challenges of running a new gourmet food store in a cost-cutting economy.
Battle of the Dishes considered the relative merits of two versions of Gobi Manchurian.
LeNell Smothers announced she was leaving New York for Mexico, and then got angry that the announcement was posted on the Internet.
Corked!, a new documentary about California wineries, is “A Spinal Tap for the oenophile set.”
St. John Frizell, the owner of Fort Defiance, explained what makes muffuletta muffuletta.
The Corn Refiners Association took issue with our post about some people’s efforts to avoid high-fructose corn syrup.
Sarah explored the fine and slightly daunting art of making chapatis.
Gavin Kaysen told Fork in the Road about Cafe Boulud‘s upcoming collaboration with the Surrey Hotel.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on July 24, 2009