After a pork fueled meal at Ssam Bar in the East Village and brainstorming session hours later with an old friend from Yale, I have realized my calling. […]
Reading Heat makes me realize how very empty my life is without homemade pasta. I need it.
The dinner I hosted Wednesday at Eno Terra in Kingston, NJ was a huge success. More than thirty diners came for a 4-course meal paired with wine and peppered with historical anecdotes. […]
One month left in the States. Time to get serious. There are several culinary goals that I wish to achieve before heading back to Rome in late February. These are just a few: Get the tasting menu at Corton Dinner at Babbo Eat anything at Le Bernardin Partake of the Alsace menu at Jarnac Check [...]
Levain Bakery keeps it simple. They make just 4 types of cookies: Chocolate chip walnut, dark chocolate, oatmeal raisin, and dark chocolate peanut butter chip. My sister received a box as a graduation gift and, although we have spent the entire day gorging on passed appetizers at her party at Clydz, we devoured the contents [...]
The Italian government has tapped Mario Resca, an accomplished CEO from the private sector, to streamline the state museum system that has been plagued by inefficiency and lackluster ticket sales […]