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Tag: food

30 May

The Mallmann Diaspora

Metta, Norberto Piattoni’s Fort Green neighborhood restaurant Francis Mallmann, the revered Argentinian chef made famous by his many restaurants...

15 Nov

Parma

Piazza del Duomo An hour and a half by road from Milan is the small, elegant and refined city of Parma.  In this foodie age it is probably...

21 Nov

Kappo Masa

I love good food, but I am no foodie.  I look at the aesthetics, the noise levels, the service, the comfort of my seating – even the...

13 Oct

Punta del Este Food & Wine Festival

Where else in the world would you find the bottom of your road blocked off by spreadeagled carcasses?  At the Punta del Este Food & Wine...

5 Oct

Acme Restaurant NYC

I often go on line to read about a new restaurant I am going to dine at, but, this time, I came in cold. The atmosphere was lively (read loud),...

8 Sep

Radio Cairo

We have eaten well, no question.  Australia is justly proud of its innovative cuisine, its chefs, wines, whiskies, stickies, oysters, seafood,...

13 May

Yummy Food

Risotto Asparagi, Villa Feltrinelli There is no place like Italy.  North, south, mountains or seaside, there is something about this country...

11 May

Villa Feltrinelli

Markus Odermatt, owner and General Manager of Grand Hotel a Villa Feltrinelli, says of his lovely 21-room retreat, “This jewel box is...

10 Apr

Betony

The ceilings soar, the service impresses and the food enchants.  The architects of this trifecta are Executive Chef Bryce Shuman, former Executive...

30 Mar

EN Japanese Brasserie

In restaurants I usually go for the smaller, more intimate spaces rather than the splashy stage sets of which Jean George’s Spice Market...

17 Oct

The Todd English Food Hall

Market dining is the fashion of the moment.   Diverse cuisines, open kitchens, counter and family table seating offer today’s foodies...

6 Oct

Vinegar Hill House

Vinegar Hill House is a charming restaurant located on the edge of Dumbo in Brooklyn.  With a local, young crowd, it reminds me of a European...

5 Oct

Shalom Japan

Offering an outrageous and seemingly random fusion of Japanese and Jewish cuisine, South Williamsburg newcomer, Shalom Japan, quite simply,...

19 Jul

Ippudo West Side

I ran.  Well, not really ran as the heat index was 107 at 5:30PM when I set out from home, and I more slid than ran to 51st between 8th and...

18 Jun

Issaya Club

Chef Ian Kittichai  Chef Pongtawat “Ian” Chalermkittichai is Thailand’s first international “celebrity chef”.  An unlikely candidate,...

31 May

Juicing

  This little guy has changed our lives. The Breville Juice Fountain Crush is what is known as a Cold Press Juicer (a.k.a. Masticating...

18 May

Andalusia: Images from a Recce

Lustau Winery Jerez Training bull ring – Cortijo de la Sierra   Ole!   Picador   Spanish Horses – Cortijo de la Sierra Arcos...

5 Nov

Garzon’s Food & Wine Festival

Every year our pueblo plays its part in the Punta del Este Food &  Wine Festival.  The grand finale this year, in front of Francis Mallmann’s...

1 Oct

Copenhagen’s Torvehallerne Market

Manfred’s and Restaurant Relae, owned by Noma alums and located in the hip Norrebro neighborhood, attract serious foodies looking for...

26 Aug

Copenhagen

Copenhagen is quietly cool.  It has always been the fresh faced capital of northern  Europe – betwixt in between Scandinavia’s...

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