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Burger Bash

  1. Foodievents
    NYCWFF Tickets Go on Sale MondayDominique Ansel enlisted a bunch of pastry chef friends to make a sugary “Wonderland.”
  2. Intensity
    SoBe’s ‘Burger Bash 2012’ Menu Revealed!The most delicious lineup yet.
  3. Foodievents
    2011 Blue Moon Burger Bash: Whoopi Goldberg and a Bunch of Killer BurgersPlus, Bobby Flay,
  4. Shafted
    Wylie Dufresne Didn’t Even Place at the Burger BloodbathDespite a burger containing seaweed and milk powder, and the homemade American cheese.
  5. Neighborhood Watch
    Worth Kitchen to Pop Up in Soho; the National Serves SOBE Burger in MidtownPlus: Joey Campanaro and his brother celebrate their childhood, Desmond’s opens, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  6. Burger Bash
    Michael Symon and Marc Murphy on Their Bash-Winning BurgersThe chefs tell us how they won the cook-off.
  7. Food TV
    Rachael Ray Takes on Tommy Up TodayTommy Up will compete for a spot at Rach’s Burger Bash in South Beach.
  8. Foodievents
    Heston Blumenthal, ‘Sandwich Smackdown’ Come to NYCWFFThe lineup for this year’s New York City Wine & Food Festival.
  9. Burgers
    Scenes From the Burger Bash: Symon, Schwartz Take HonorsView our slideshow to see a sampler of the burgers and their chefs at the South Beach Wine and Food Festival.
  10. Foodievents
    Score SOBE Burger Bash TixA second round of tickets will be released this weekend.
  11. New York Wine and Food Festival
    Prime Beef: Scenes From the Burger BashA look at the burgers from Friday night’s competition in Brooklyn, featuring Michael Psilakis, Rachael Ray, and Katie Lee.
  12. Burger Bash
    Top Chef’s Spike Wins SoBe Burger BashHis sliders beat out 21 other entries, including a vegan option.
  13. Election Eats
    Colicchio’s Burger Bash Candidate Debuts on Election NightAnd Thom Bar charges McCain supporters double.
  14. Ray Ray
    Rachael Ray Says She Was Large and in Charge at Burger BashRay Ray refutes rumors that she was nowhere to be found at her burger bacchanalia this weekend.
  15. Sandwich of the Week
    Ryan Skeen Unveils Flap-Meat Burger at Irving MillSomehow the man who rose to burger stardom at Resto creates one that’s richer and fattier than his previous efforts.
  16. New York Food & Wine Festival
    Today in New York City Wine & Food Festival CoverageFrom Gordon Ramsay on veal spinal cord to Al Roker on getting special treatment at the Shake Shack.
  17. Burger Bash
    Ogling the Offerings at the Burger BashA look at last night’s scene.
  18. Burger Bash
    Rachael Ray’s Burger Bash: Katie Lee Joel Wins With Grilled CheeseOur highly scientific taste tests and other highlights from Friday night’s competition.
  19. Burger Bash
    Flay’s ‘Crunch’ Burger the Presumptive Winner?Flay’s fans were reppin’ at last night’s ‘Chelsea After Dark’ event.
  20. Glamburgers
    Where’s the Beef?Rachael Ray is still talking up her burger joint, but when is it opening?
  21. The Annotated Dish
    Picholine’s ‘Oceanic’ Sea-Urchin Panna CottaI have a personal interest in this dish,” he says, “and I wouldn’t let it go.” That’s Picholine chef Terrance Brennan on his sea-urchin panna cotta, one of only two items from the restaurant’s previous incarnation that he continues to serve today. The dish, which the chef describes as “all about the taste of the ocean, and nothing else” is the first course of an $80 three-course prix fixe menu, and one of his signatures. As always, simply scroll over the arrows on the large image to see quotes from the chef.
  22. What to Eat Tonight
    Eat Bar Masa’s Fried Fugu — We Double-Dog Dare YouFugu, or the flesh of the blowfish, can be deadly if prepared the wrong way, as anyone who has seen the Simpsons episode where Homer is given 24 hours to live after having it served to him by an inexperienced chef can attest. (Actually, he’s given 22 — says Dr. Hibbert: “I’m sorry I kept you waiting so long.”)
  23. The New York Diet
    Designer Lyn Devon Survives Fashion Week With Pizza and the City’s Best Lyn Devon designed for Ralph Lauren and Zac Posen before starting her own house out of the basement of her Broome Street apartment in 2005, dressing Sarah Jessica Parker and Julia Stiles. Normally she’d be dining out with friends (her fridge holds little more than hummus, ice cream, and beer), but during Fashion Week, twelve-hour workdays rule out anything beyond the occasional late-night decompression session at the local dive bar. Besides “constant coffee and water,” we wondered what else fueled her as she prepared for her show yesterday morning.
  24. party town
    Television, Radio, and Chamber Music• Museum of Television and Radio gala. Waldorf-Astoria, 301 Park Ave., nr. 49th St., 6 p.m. Hosted by Tom Brokaw in honor of Sir Howard Stringer; guests include Helen Gurley Brown, Dominick Dunne, Angela Lansbury, Morley Safer, and Andy Rooney. Wow. That’s a lot of people who are really, really … uh … experienced in the breadth and totality of television and radio history. • “Lovestruck” party presented by Lincoln Center Chamber Music patrons’ society. Marlborough Gallery, 40 W. 57th St., nr. Fifth Ave., 7 p.m. Hosted by Gwyneth Paltrow, this event is allegedly a celebration of sensuality and indulgence. We’re not saying it isn’t, but all the people who got their pictures taken at the event last year must be really good at keeping a poker face on their sensual indulgence. Or check out our Agenda listings for tonight, selected by New York’s culture editors.
  25. party lines
    Bush Twin Misses Seeing Amanda Lepore NakedThere was a sort of joy in the air at the Proenza Schouler after-party at Beatrice Inn. (And a lot of smoke — even the dubious Romanians who’ve been everywhere this Fashion Week had to take their cat and go home.) The designers had all shown and were drinking merrily. Upstairs, the dance party went on under disco lights till the wee hours of the morning.
  26. early and often
    Spitzer Bails on Silver Dinner Governor Spitzer is adding a new twist to the old adage: He’s not eating where he’s been shat upon. Sheldon Silver’s Democratic Assembly Campaign Committee has a gala dinner scheduled for next week honoring the new governor. The invitation promised a Grand Hyatt soirée next Thursday to celebrate “a new direction for New York State as we honor our Governor.” But Silver chose to honor the new governor yesterday afternoon by reneging on a deal and picking an Assembly member to be state comptroller. And now, according to a senior-level source in the administration, Spitzer will cancel his plans to attend the dinner. The decision was made earlier today, said the source. The governor also skipped a long-planned lunch with Assembly Democrats. A Spitzer spokesman said the governor’s calendar for next week had yet to be mapped out. —Geoffrey Gray
  27. show & tell
    Video: Backstage at Doo.Ri, Rushing to Conform Backstage at Doo.Ri, Jada Yuan finds stylists who must make the latecomers look like the other models, even when there’s no time to curl hair. “I am pushed by the wind!” one exclaimed. Designer Doori Chung’s collection picks up where she left off last spring, she said: “the idea of a dress enveloping over oneself.” Watch more videos from fall 2007 Fashion Week. Video: Backstage at Doo.Ri
  28. new york fugging city
    Miss. J. Gets Inspired at Badgley Mischka Because it is the custom of celebrities to come pouring into a show just before it begins, it was weird to see Giada de Laurentiis squeezing past us to get out of the tent before the lights went down at Badgley Mischka. Maybe she realized that she’d left the oven on?
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