Entrance to The Elm; Bar/Dining area; Part of our table setting; Amuse Bouche: Olive financier I’ve been a fan of Chef Paul Liebrandt’s elegant, modern, envelope-pushing food for a while now. I’ve eaten at his now closed 2* Michelin restaurant Corton a few times (my most epic, humbling experience was the 20-plus course birthday tasting menu I ate two years ago) pretty much affirm my adoration of his food. When I heard from Paul earlier this year at New York‘s Culinary Experience that he was opening The Elm, it comes as a mild shocker to me since I thought Corton..
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Exterior of International Culinary Center; breakfast spread This is my second year attending to the New York Culinary Experience (NYCE) weekend and it’s an absolute pleasure to be surrounded with curious and avid food enthusiasts who are eager to learn something new or at least gain some insight or useful cooking/baking tips from different chefs. (If you’re curious about last year, here’s my recaps of Day 1 and Day 2.) I’ve noticed this year’s breakfasts were the sublime croissants that transports me back to Paris. They were perfectly burnished and incredibly flaky and buttery. I almost did not care for..
The final day of New York Culinary Experience at The International Culinary Center, co-hosted by New York Magazine was a bittersweet ending to this fun weekend. It was hard to grasp that it was Sunday. We’re all exhausted from cooking and/or baking our heads off on Saturday. (I couldn’t fathom how the chefs felt, who have to teach Sunday morning classes, after working on the busiest day of the week at their own kitchens.) We all made friends with other guests who attended this culinary weekend and made a connection with the chef with whom you’re a fan of his/her..