It’s Friday afternoon, and all downhill from here, meaning it’s time to spotlight some of the best posts of the past week:
Ardesia’s chef, Amorette Casaus, talked about eating local, duck banh mi, and the challenges of cooking in miniscule kitchen.
Roger Dagorn, Porter House’s master sommelier, talked about wine, steak, and why fruit can be tricky.
We ranked Our 10 Best Kitchen Stores.
Mark Israel shared some details of his second Doughnut Plant outpost in New York, to be located in the Chelsea Hotel.
Battle of the Dishes saw poutine from TPoutine and disco fries from Bark Dogs go head to cheesy head.
A look at Tavern on the Green‘s auction preview, or the world’s most fabulous garage sale.
Our Man Sietsema tasted White Castle’s pulled pork sliders so that you don’t have to…
…and brought back plenty of photos from Best Fuzhou, a Fujianese restaurant on Eldridge Street.
There’s new ramen in Murray Hill, and it comes courtesy of a moonlighting Japanese businessman who also happens to be a jazz musician.