Posts of the Week


As we sweat into the weekend, here’s a look back at the best posts of the past week:

Our Ten Best Indian Restaurants

A gravestone merchant on Graham Avenue also sells excellent bread from Il Fornaretto Bakery.

Frank Bruni talked about his new book, Born Round

We re-capped the premiere episode of Top Chef: Las Vegas.

While the Brooklyn artisans may be making some delightful chocolate/pickles/cheese/what-have-you, their aesthetic leaves a funny taste in our mouth.

Wise and Lay’s were pitted against one another in a Battle of the Cheap Potato Chips.

The Early Word visited Zaffran Bangladeshi in Kensington…

While Our Man Sietsema visited Saraghina’s in Bed-Stuy.

Magnolia issued a mea culpa for its trash, and revealed that its Grand Central location will be its last in New York.

Industria Argentina’s Natalia Machado is working on a cookbook

…and shared her recipe for rib eye steak with chimichurri and criollo.

Sietsema ate his way through four Thai restaurants in Astoria and Woodside, and reconsidered Wu Liang Ye near Times Square.

Karen Waltuck talked about Chanterelle’s renovation plans.

This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on August 21, 2009

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