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Food Archive

June 26, 2006
Dishing It Out

Bill Buford grills Mario Batali, his culinary mentor and the colorful subject of his new book, Heat.

June 26, 2006
Getting Iced

With iced-coffee season in full swing, it’s refreshing to come across purveyors who make a bit more of an effort than pouring hot brew over stale ice cubes.

June 26, 2006
Restaurant Openings & Buzz

Week of June 19, 2006: Bondi Road and S'MAC. Plus, takeout at Sullivan Street Bakery.

June 26, 2006
Sfoglia

How can it be that Ron and Colleen Marnell Suhanosky have been tending this offshoot of their Nantucket restaurant for three months and it hasn’t popped up on our foodie radar?

June 26, 2006
Chives

Perhaps the subtlest member of the onion family, chives possess a relatively mild flavor that is a nice addition to salads, edible lavender blossoms and all.

June 26, 2006
Warmed-Over Chow

The new Tribeca outpost of the famed Mr. Chow empire is for loyal fans only.

June 19, 2006
Wild Alaskan King Salmon

This time of year, of course, there is no richer, fattier, tastier delicacy than wild salmon from out West, the Alaskan king, a.k.a. Chinook, in particular.

June 12, 2006
Bloomsday Cheese

Attention, fromage-loving Joycean scholars: Cato Corner Farm’s Bloomsday cheese aged one year will arrive on schedule next week at Greenmarket.

June 5, 2006
Le Cirque

Le Cirque old-timers will be relieved to find crispy pig’s feet, tête de veau vinaigrette, and unabashedly retro quenelles de brochet.

June 5, 2006
Sorrel

Sorrel, the arrowhead-shaped herb and member of the buckwheat family that’s prized for its inherently tart, lemony flavor, is traditionally used in cream soups and fish sauces.