Welcome to 100 Dishes to Eat Now, Fork in the Road’s handy list of some of our favorite dishes — old standbys and new finds alike — compiled daily.
Today’s pick: The Terrine Board ($42) at the Breslin Bar and Dining Room.
Chef April Bloomfield’s groaning terrine board includes five scrumptious selections (rustic pork, rabbit and prune, headcheese, chicken liver parfait with schmaltz on top, and guinea hen with morels), plus three kinds of pickles, grainy mustard, and grease-smeared toast. It made a nice appetizer for six members of the Organ Meat Society yesterday evening. 20 West 29th Street, 212-679-1939
Next: Check out the previous dishes in our 100 Dishes to Eat Now series.
Previously in the countdown:
Dish No. 100: Zaragoza Grocery’s Flor de Calabaza Quesadilla
Dish No. 99: No. 7 Sub Shop’s General Tso’s Tofu Sandwich
Dish No. 98: Nigerian Goat Stew From Baku
Dish No. 97: The Captain’s Daughter From Saltie
Dish No. 96: Bun Bo Hue From Thanh Da
Dish No. 95: The Beauty From Mile End
Dish No. 94: Potato, Egg, and Provolone on a Roll at Torrisi Italian Specialties
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on July 23, 2010
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