Cochon555 is back again for 2017 and they are generally the first big food event to kick off the year. For me, it’s been a couple of years since I’ve last been to this event and while most of this is familiar, it’s in a gorgeous venue of Weylin that is formerly the Williamsburgh Savings Bank. At the beginning of the event, we can’t help but look up and around the beautiful Art-Deco domes of the rooms. The format is generally the same, having five local chefs cooking with heritage pigs and compete for the title, Prince or Princess of..
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This weekend is the Food Film Festival 2016, celebrating its 10th year at the AMC 25 Empire in Times Square. I remembered the last time I’ve been to the Food Film Festivals of many years past, the venues were much smaller and had this indie feel but very good food were served and cool short food films were shown. (more…)
Last night was City Harvest dinner featuring Chef Seamus Mullen’s fare at the Cadillac House. City Harvest is one of the great non-profits that help fight hunger in New York City since 1982. The organization will collect 55 million pounds of excess food to help feed the nearly 1.4 million New Yorkers struggling to feed their families. Through relationships with farms, grocers, restaurants, and manufacturers, City Harvest collects nutritious food that would otherwise go to waste and delivers it free of charge to 500 soup kitchens, food pantries and other community food programs across the five boroughs. In addition to..
The 9th annual Choice Eats 2016 taken place on March 11th at the Metropolitan Pavilion was another fun and food filled evening hosted by the Village Voice. 56 restaurants and bakeries were out doling their delicious fare. There was a huge Stella Artois bar in the center of the main floor, Herradura Tequila, and other craft beer and spirits to aid kicking off the weekend on a good note. Please view the the photo set or the gallery below for some of the photogenic eats: [alpine-phototile-for-flickr src=”set” uid=”26389565@N00″ sid=”72157665645048012″ imgl=”flickr” shuffle=”1″ style=”gallery” row=”4″ grwidth=”1200″ grheight=”800″ size=”640″ num=”30″ shadow=”1″ border=”1″ align=”center”..
From top photo: Harvest Lady (left) and Prospect Park Sour (right) by Clover Club; Octopus pastrami by Bâtard New York magazine’s 16th annual signature event New York Taste was a sold out event is hosted by culinary editor Gillian Duffy. It featured more than 40 of the city’s most celebrated chefs and mixologists. Chef superstars include pastry chef Jennifer Yee of Lafayette, Bryce Shuman and Eamon Rockey of Betony, former Top Chef contestant Dale Talde, and Iron Chef’s Masaharu Morimoto. A portion of the proceeds from the evening will be donated to City Harvest to help fight hunger. More than..
New Taste of the Upper West Side is an annual series of food events that benefits The Columbus Avenue Business Improvement District (BID), not-for-profit corporation, and one of New York City’s official business districts. The BID area, from West 67th Street to West 82nd Street, is a continuous stretch of shops and restaurants, including the American Museum of Natural History and the New-York Historical Society. All commercial properties within the area are members of the BID. Our focus is on making our area a superb public space, so that business thrives and the quality of life for visitors and those..
Executive Chef Jean-Paul Bourgeois of Blue Smoke & Danny Meyer of Union Square Hospitality and Honorary Chair of this event A few nights ago, Taste of the Nation NYC by No Kid Hungry that took place at 82 Mercer that drew over 80 renowned restaurants and bars, chefs and food personalities, in New York City to raise awareness for fighting hunger in America. One in five children in this country struggles with hunger, including nearly 925,000 kids in New York alone. The good news is that this is a solvable problem. The No Kid Hungry campaign is ending childhood hunger..
Last night was the 7th Annual Choice Eats by Village Voice. This year they moved to a much larger, brighter location despite being further downtown on the edges of the Lower East Side/Chinatown area. This colossal food event has a nice assortment from delicious ethnic eats that would warm your bones while waiting on line outside yesterday like the turkey dandan simmering in that chili broth seen above from Spicy Bampa to sophisticated yet unique squid dish from The Pines (seen below the simmering pot photo). There were also plenty of booze that most attendees who came to Choice Eats..
New York Magazine’s Taste 2013; Chef George Mendes (Aldea); Chef Dominique Ansel (Dominique Ansel Bakery); Chef Jonathan Benno (Lincoln Ristorante) This year’s New York Taste held on Monday, November 11th at The Waterfront Building in Chelsea. It’s hosted by New York‘s Culinary Editor Gillian Duffy featured the city’s most respected chefs (like chefs Mendes, Ansel, and Benno, photographed above) and mixologists (a total of 40). A portion of the proceeds from the evening will be donated to City Harvest to help fight hunger. As usual, this shindig was fun especially with a live band playing. Some of the most memorable..