Ramping It Up With
Wild Farmhouse Cuisine
“What’s this?” asked one of my guests, holding up his fork. There was something white speared on the end of it. “It’s a little bland.”
I had a taste. It was a shard of clay.
Well, it could’ve been buckshot.
The dish my friend Read More
Ten days after the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center,
the streets of Tribeca were filled with smoke and uncertainty, and chef David
Bouley’s businesses were no exception.
At 4:30 on Sept. 21, the staff and management of Bouley Bakery,
Mr. Bouley’s restaurant on West Broadway and Duane Street, were supposed to
meet Read More