Le Grand Fooding & Weekly Eats at the New Amsterdam Market: Home/Made, Early Bird Cookery & Do Re Me Farm

April Bloomfield The Spotted Pig, Le Grand Fooding STUFFED.  On Friday Sept 24, my sister and I went to the 2nd annual Le Grand Fooding at PS.1 MoMA.  This year with a thematic theme: throw down San Francisco vs. New York City chefs / West coast vs. East coast.  With chefs including from New YorkContinue reading “Le Grand Fooding & Weekly Eats at the New Amsterdam Market: Home/Made, Early Bird Cookery & Do Re Me Farm”

Weekly Eats at the New Amsterdam Market: Green Brown Orange, Wine Stomp, & BACON

If you haven’t visit the New Amsterdam Market yet, what are you waiting for?!  So here is what you missed… Anthony Road Winery Wine Stomp @ New Amsterdam Market Anthony Road Winery from Penn Yann, Upstate NY hosted a public wine stomp event inviting visitors to get their feet massaged in a barrel of highContinue reading “Weekly Eats at the New Amsterdam Market: Green Brown Orange, Wine Stomp, & BACON”

Impulsive Artichoke

I was in the neighborhood a little before noon and jay walked across 14th street between 1st and 2nd ave when I spotted Artichoke! -NO LINE! Artichoke is a tiny pizzeria with a limited menu selection.  With only four options: maguerita, sicilian, crab and artichoke & spinach.  Being the pizzeria is named Artichoke and veryContinue reading “Impulsive Artichoke”

Weekly Eats at the New Amsterdam Market: Nectarine Ice Cream, Tamales & Porchetta

Where can you find freshly brewed kombucha, homemade kimchi, and Porchetta under one roof?  Or in this case under the Lower Manhattan FDR Drive highway?  It will be the New Amsterdam Market, now in it’s 3rd annual and introducing weekly Sunday markets beginning this fall.  It’s a food lover paradise with all the local farmContinue reading “Weekly Eats at the New Amsterdam Market: Nectarine Ice Cream, Tamales & Porchetta”

A Look into Cookbooks: Skye Gyngell, My favorite Ingredients

Good riddance summer heat and bring on the autumn breeze!  I love the time a few weeks prior creeping into the new solstice.  Change of season is always exciting.  A change of pace in the city, lesser tourist, the vibrant change of colors in the foliage and East Coast farmer’s market seasonal best: apples andContinue reading “A Look into Cookbooks: Skye Gyngell, My favorite Ingredients”