It’s Friday afternoon, which means it’s time to give a little love to the best posts of the week:
Sietsema rounded up the 10 Best Food-Themed Shows of all time.
LUPEC stands for Ladies United for the Preservation of Endangered Cocktails.
Anita Lo has returned from her Mongolian boar hunt, and has no plans to make wild boar part of her menu at Annisa.
The Truck Farm guys talked about growing crops in a 1986 Dodge pick-up.
Andrew Carmellini talked about opening Locanda Verde.
Alan Kaufman, owner of the Pickle Guys, talked about being the last pickle vendor on the Lower East Side
This hasn’t been the best year for tomatoes, let alone the Tomato Festival.
Marion Nestle weighed in on the city’s posted calorie counts.
At McCarren Park, there’s anticuchos — or grilled beef heart — to go along with the soccer games.
The Bresnitz twins’ Finger on the Pulse has given New York Dinner with the Band and hipster BBQ.
Is Top Chef ruining dining in America?
Tom Mylan, Marlow & Daughters’ butcher extraordinaire: “I’m quitting!”
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on July 31, 2009