Again. FDA issues warning not to eat California Prime Produce- or Orange County Orchard-brands because of possible salmonella contamination.
Guest author Renée Kaplan contributed this post on how to fight back against the oppressive heat she calls "City in the Summer Syndrome" (which New York seems to be oddly immune from so far this year). Learning a lesson from the Sicilians, she writes about the ideal heatwave breakfast: thirst-quenching almond granita and a brioche for dunking.
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Food glossy "Saveur kinda sorta will be the only major food magazine web site with a blog. It's 2009!" reports Eat Me Daily [update: Saveur publisher denies it is creating a blog per a comment on this post].
Serious Eats' Ed Levine suggests haut dogs might displace bacon as the food we obsess over.
Governors Island is home to a three acre garden from which gardeners will grow and sell produce. Student volunteers from New York Harbor School will also volunteer and conduct science experiments there.
Parsley and garlic are essential components in so many recipes. When the two are finely chopped together, they become persillade, a powerful combination that brings enormous flavor to a dish when added just at the very end of the cooking process.
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Chefs are going hyperlocal by raising their own bees-- in some cases, at the restaurant.