Note this drawing is now closed. I’ve been counting the days until April 29th for a while now. The first cookbook by Iron Chef Marc Forgione (cleverly titled Marc Forgione) was a long time in the works. The photo shoot for example happened well over a year and a half ago. If you see the … More behind the scenes with Marc Forgione
Last year I went to a food truck event on Governors Island. The line for the ferry was hundreds of people long, but I decided to wait it out. When I finally got to the free-admission event, every one of the dozen or so trucks had 75 or more people in line. I asked around, … More Cook-Out NYC 2012
I have a few friends working for cool-sounding start-up companies, but when they get down to explaining the concept behind the business, I bet sometimes I’m making a very perplexed expression on my face. In fact I probably did that when I first heard about Zokos, but now I think I’m getting it. Maybe you’ve … More dinner parties done right?
My blog isn’t known for being controversial, but this is a hot topic lately, ever since Domino’s announced they were offering a gluten-free pizza crust. I feel great now that I’m gluten-free, better than ever actually, but I was never tested for Celiac Disease, and my sensitivity is pretty low — I feel a little … More so good, but how gluten-free are they?
One of the many great things about New York City in the summertime is that we have so many food festivals — Smorgasburg, DeKalb Market, New Amsterdam Market, Hester Street Fair. If you know me in real life, then you’ve probably seen me at all of these spots before. I’ll usually try just about anything … More summer street eats (gluten-free style)