Food http://www.corkboard.it/ en-us Eggs -n-Bacon Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/080812142807661960.jpg"><img alt="080812142807663881" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/080812142807663881.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p><a href="http://elizabethsedibleexperience.blogspot.com/2008/06/egg-citement.html" target="_blank">http://elizabethsedibleexpe...</a></p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/324-eggs-n-bacon">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 12 Aug 2008 14:28:07 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/324 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/324 CocoaVino - The best you will find and it's NYC local Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/080823125935330538.jpg"><img alt="080823125935331233" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/080823125935331233.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Taste the Eco-fabulous life. Using regional, sustainable, and organic ingredients, they present an ever-changing collection of limited-edition, seasonal, and longer-run creations that push the classic into the modern by exploring new and unexpected harmonies of flavor.</p> <p><a href="http://www.cocoavino.com" target="_blank">www.cocoavino.com</a></p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/332-cocoavino-the-best-you-will-find-and-it-s-nyc-local">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 12 Aug 2008 21:39:14 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/332 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/332 Tara's Ice Cream - I want some Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/080812213431955196.jpg"><img alt="080812213431957078" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/080812213431957078.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p><a href="http://tarasorganic.com/" target="_blank">http://tarasorganic.com/</a></p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/331-tara-s-ice-cream-i-want-some">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 12 Aug 2008 21:33:51 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/331 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/331 Sugar Sweet Sunshine - Favorite NYC Cupcake Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/080812231127539544.jpg"><img alt="080812231127541562" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/080812231127541562.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p><a href="http://www.sugarsweetsunshine.com" target="_blank">www.sugarsweetsunshine.com</a></p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/335-sugar-sweet-sunshine-favorite-nyc-cupcake">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 12 Aug 2008 23:11:27 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/335 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/335 Yorganic Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/08081411255238262.jpg"><img alt="08081411255240147" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/08081411255240147.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>natural fozen yogurt made with 100% organic milk layered with organic toppings served in ecotainers</p> <p><a href="http://www.eatyorganic.com/" target="_blank">http://www.eatyorganic.com/</a></p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/346-yorganic">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Thu, 14 Aug 2008 11:25:52 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/346 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/346 Nancy Silverton's Breads from the La Brea Bakery: Recipes for the Connoisseur Product <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/61ENY093B1L._SL500_.jpg"><img alt="120725083653478248" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/120725083653478248.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Silverton, who hails from the renowned Los Angeles bakery for which this book is named, goes back to square one in <i>Breads for the La Brea Bakery</i>: the yeast. While commercial yeast may work, using it doesn't really get to the essence of good bread or good bread making. Her book describes the two-week process required to create a starter the old-fashioned way. Once that is done, there are breads, pretzels, bagels, and a host of other good things to bake.</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.amazon.com/Nancy-Silvertons-Breads-Brea-Bakery/dp/0679409076?SubscriptionId=1CQKFB52H7KSCH25J7R2&amp;tag=corkboard-20&amp;linkCode=xm2&amp;camp=2025&amp;creative=165953&amp;creativeASIN=0679409076" target="_blank">http://www.amazon.com/Nancy-Silvertons-Breads-Brea-Bakery...</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/405-nancy-silverton-s-breads-from-the-la-brea-bakery-recipes-for-the-connoisseur">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Fri, 22 Aug 2008 09:20:21 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/405 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/405 McNulty's Tea &amp; Coffee Company Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/080823123931621179.jpg"><img alt="080823123931621835" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/080823123931621835.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>"A visit to our store is like a journey into another age. Located in the heart of New York's Greenwich Village, the aura of a century long gone is timelessly preserved."</p> <p>109 Christopher Street <br />New York, New York</p> <p>I recommend McNulty's own tea blend of the Moroccan Mint. It's great hot or iced with a bit of honey to sweeten it.</p> <p><a href="http://www.mcnultys.com" target="_blank">www.mcnultys.com</a></p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/455-mcnulty-s-tea-coffee-company">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Sat, 23 Aug 2008 12:39:31 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/455 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/455 CocoaVino - The best cocolate you will find and it NYC local Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/080823125739558016.jpg"><img alt="080823125739558845" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/080823125739558845.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Taste the Eco-fabulous life. Using regional, sustainable, and organic ingredients, they present an ever-changing collection of limited-edition, seasonal, and longer-run creations that push the classic into the modern by exploring new and unexpected harmonies of flavor.</p> <p>Locally available. Go get some!</p> <p>Get Fresh <br />370 Fifth Avenue <br />Brooklyn, NY 11215 <br />718-360-8469</p> <p>Murray’s Cheese <br />254 Bleecker St <br />New York, NY 10014 <br />212-243-3289</p> <p>Whole Foods Market, Bowery, NYC <br />95 East Houston St <br />New York, NY 10002 <br />212-420-1320</p> <p>Whole Foods Market, Tribeca, NYC <br />270 Greenwich St <br />New York, NY 10007 <br />212-349-6555</p> <p>Whole Foods Market, Union Square, NYC <br />4 Union Square South <br />New York, NY 10003 <br />212-673-5388</p> <p>Whole Foods Market, Chelsea, NYC <br />250 7th Ave <br />New York, NY 10001 <br />212-924-5969</p> <p>Whole Foods Market, Columbus Circle, NYC <br />10 Columbus Circle, at Time Warner Center <br />New York, NY 10019 <br />212-823-9600</p> <p><a href="http://www.cocoavino.com" target="_blank">www.cocoavino.com</a></p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/457-cocoavino-the-best-cocolate-you-will-find-and-it-nyc-local">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Sat, 23 Aug 2008 12:57:39 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/457 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/457 Muhammara (also known as &quot;acuka&quot;) Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/080828182434416789.jpg"><img alt="080828182434417415" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/080828182434417415.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Had this on my honeymoon. Unreal! <br /><a href="http://www.turkishcookbook.com/2006/06/muhammara.php" target="_blank">http://www.turkishcookbook....</a></p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/543-muhammara-also-known-as-acuka">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Mon, 01 Sep 2008 17:11:48 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/543 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/543 Bloody Mary Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Bloody Mary form New York School of Bartending:</p> <p>1 oz. to 1 1/2 oz.vodka in a Highball glass filled with ice. <br />Fill glass with tomato juice <br />1 dash celery salt <br />1 dash ground black pepper <br />1 dash Tabasco <br />2-4 dashes of Lea & Perrin's Worcestershire sauce <br />1/8 tsp. horseradish (pure, never creamed) <br />Dash of lemon or lime juice</p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/582-bloody-mary">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Mon, 01 Sep 2008 17:14:49 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/582 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/582 nu kitchen Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/08091609494729873.jpg"><img alt="08091609494730359" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/08091609494730359.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>We’re 100% fresh foods, 100% made from scratch. <br />Many other meal delivery companies sell only frozen meals. Others like to throw in a processed bar and call it a meal. Nu-Kitchen is 100% fresh and prepared from scratch- 100% of the time.</p> <p><a href="http://www.nu-kitchen.com" target="_blank">www.nu-kitchen.com</a></p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/758-nu-kitchen">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 16 Sep 2008 09:49:47 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/758 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/758 Obika Mozzarella Bar - Heaven help me... Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/08091922373344774.jpg"><img alt="08091922373345544" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/08091922373345544.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Fresh mozzarella has long been a star of the Italian table, oozing out onto antipasto plates and melting in discrete dabs on pizza Margherita. But no place fetishizes the milky white blobs as much as Obikà, the proliferating chainlet of mozzarella bars founded four years ago in Rome by Silvio Ursini, an executive at Bulgari. The jewelry connection is no accident: Obikà is known for displaying its authentic Neapolitan cheese in glass tanks, like exceedingly perishable objets d’art, and borrows from the Japanese sushi-bar tradition in its presentation and aesthetics. (“Obikà” is a slight modification on an expression in the Neapolitan dialect for “Here it is!”)</p> <p>After expanding to Milan, London, and Turin, with plans in the pipeline for Kuwait City and Tokyo, the brand makes its American debut next week. The sleek Italian-fabricated kiosk, which has taken up residence in the IBM Building atrium, is a joint venture between the Italian company and New York entrepreneur Reto Cantone, who’d previously operated a L’Espresso kiosk on the very same spot. It will be open throughout the day for Italian pastries, salads, antipasti, and pasta, but the main draw is the mozzarella di bufala DOP, flown in fresh twice or thrice weekly from Campania.</p> <p>With the exchange rate being what it is, though, the partners broke from typically chauvinist Italian culinary tradition to add a more affordable American option: Bufala di Vermont, made from a herd of water buffalo whose milk is also used for locally made yogurt and an aged cheese called Ravello. The Italian buffalo mozzarella, in plain and smoked versions, comes from Paestum, outside of Naples, and all three can be ordered by the buffalo mozzarella connoisseur as part of an $18 tasting, for the ultimate creamy, cheesy throwdown. Obikà proudly showcases other Italian imports like mortadella di Bologna, Sicilian caponata, and Sardinian pane carasau. For dessert, you can try a small tiramisù (“the original Italian recipe,” the menu will have you know).</p> <p>Once the place is up and running, the partners plan to expand to other American cities, spreading the water-buffalo gospel and the overnighted milky orbs far and wide (590 Madison Ave., at 56th St.; 212-355-2217).</p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/870-obika-mozzarella-bar-heaven-help-me">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Fri, 19 Sep 2008 22:37:33 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/870 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/870 Where to buy domestic Mozzarella in NYC Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/080919224100635396.jpg"><img alt="080919224100636142" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/080919224100636142.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Bubalus Bubalis Mozzarella di Bufala <br />Latin for water buffalo, the name of this West Coast brand is as much fun to say as the cheese is to eat. It’s made from the milk of contented Northern California water buffalos, and available sporadically at the new Avenue C foodie haven, Barnyard ($10). There are those aficionados who believe that a pizza Margherita isn’t a pizza Margherita unless it’s anointed with judicious dots of real mozzarella di bufala. It’s a sentiment shared by New York’s own number-one pieman, Una Pizza Napoletana’s Anthony Mangieri, who uses the Bubalus Bubalis brand at his East Village pizzeria (Barnyard, 149 Avenue C., nr. 9th St.; 212-674-2276).</p> <p>Di Bruno Bros. Burrata <br />A superb burrata (a fresh mozzarella pouch of sorts filled with mozzarella curds and cream) handmade at this great old Philadelphia cheese shop. Jonathan Benno is a fan (he serves it at Per Se), and so is Anne Saxelby of Saxelby Cheesemongers, who receives fresh shipments every Friday ($11.99). The burrata is wrapped in leek leaves, which traditionally served as a safety seal of sorts: If the leaves had begun to yellow, you knew the cheese was past its expiration date. It might be the best thing to come out of Philly since the cheesesteak (120 Essex St., nr. Delancey St.; 212-228-8204).</p> <p>Bufala di Vermont Mozzarella di Bufala <br />You might know this pioneering creamery by its former name (Woodstock Water Buffalo) and its tangy water-buffalo yogurt. It’s also the source for terrific mozzarella di bufala made from the milk of a free-roaming, grass-and-hay-fed herd that, according to the brochure, sleeps on waterbeds. (Served at Obikà, and available at bufaladivermont.com; $30 for four.) </p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/871-where-to-buy-domestic-mozzarella-in-nyc">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Fri, 19 Sep 2008 22:41:00 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/871 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/871 Black Maple Hill Small Batch Bourbon Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/080921214651638764.jpg"><img alt="080921214651639384" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/080921214651639384.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Aged for an average of eight years, Black Maple Hill Small Batch Bourbon is bottled in small batches straight from Heaven Hill Distillery oak casks in Bardston, Kentucky. The technique and the fact that Heaven Hill is the only remaining family-owned distillery in the state makes for an especially rare find of superior quality and taste.</p> <p>In spite of its affordable price, Black Maple Hill is a nicely smooth bourbon. A 95-proof liquor, it expectedly has a bit of heat but it's met with a surprisingly mellow and dry finish with hints of butterscotch and oak.</p> <p>Be careful when purchasing as Black Maple Hill also bottles a Small Batch Bourbon that comes out of Lawrenceburg, Kentucky but it's not a Heaven Hill product. Recently bottled in time for the inevitable colder weather, you'd be smart to snatch this up while you can. Available in limited quantities at your local liquor shop and online appx. $35.99/750 ml.</p> <p>Black Maple Hill also bottles a few older bourbons and ryes including an 18 and 21 year-old but those are quite a bit more expensive, albeit most likely worth it.</p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/902-black-maple-hill-small-batch-bourbon">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Sun, 21 Sep 2008 21:46:51 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/902 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/902 Charbay Cabernet Port Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/080921215736525976.jpg"><img alt="080921215736526595" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/080921215736526595.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>My favorite Port...</p> <p>100% Oakville Bench Cabernet Sauvignon aged for over 2 years in French Oak (50% new)</p> <p>History: The 2003 growing season started with bud break in April, warm temperatures in May, and a considerable decline in temperature in June. In July, it warmed up again and allowed for a nice, long growing season. This allowed for great concentrated flavors in the fruit.</p> <p>Finish: After aged in French Oak barrels for over 24 months, lightly filtered just before bottling.</p> <p>Tasting Notes: Look for enticing aromas of dark plums, black cherries with a hint of clove which follows through in flavor. The tannins are very balanced and well integrated in the wine which allows for a lush, round mouthfeel and leads into a nice, long, lingering finish. </p> <p>Serving Suggestions: We recommend decanting for 20 minutes before pouring to allow all of the nuances of the wine to be revealed. Port and Port-style wines are really best enjoyed by themselves as an after-dinner drink, although this one went very well with traditional Port accompaniments, sharp Cheddar cheese and cracked walnuts.</p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/903-charbay-cabernet-port">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Sun, 21 Sep 2008 21:57:36 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/903 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/903 Quady Port Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/080921220738979885.jpg"><img alt="080921220738980381" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/080921220738980381.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>This port was recommended to me by my friend Alisha. I have yet to try it, but trust me if she recommends it, it's going to be good.</p> <p><a href="http://www.quadywinery.com/wines.html" target="_blank">http://www.quadywinery.com/...</a></p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/904-quady-port">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Sun, 21 Sep 2008 22:07:39 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/904 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/904 Leaf Shop - UK Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/080923114044668699.jpg"><img alt="080923114044669150" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/080923114044669150.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>I love tea. It is part of my daily existance. I thought the packaging was really nice on these teas although I have no idea how they taste.</p> <p><a href="http://www.leafshop.co.uk/store/" target="_blank">http://www.leafshop.co.uk/s...</a></p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/925-leaf-shop-uk">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 23 Sep 2008 11:40:44 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/925 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/925 May Wah Healthy Vegetarian Food Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/081021223523204292.jpg"><img alt="081021223523204825" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/081021223523204825.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>May Wah Healthy Vegetarian Food <br />213 Hester Street <br />New York, NY 10013 <br />Monday to Sunday, 9:30 AM - 8:00 PM</p> <p>Example: Vegetarian Prawns</p> <p>Ingredients:</p> <p> * Yam Flour <br /> * Modified Starch <br /> * Flour <br /> * Curdlan <br /> * Vegetable Oil <br /> * Salt <br /> * D - Sorbitol <br /> * Vegetarian Seasonings <br /> * Natural Orange Color </p> <p><a href="http://www.vegieworld.com" target="_blank">www.vegieworld.com</a></p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/1676-may-wah-healthy-vegetarian-food">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 21 Oct 2008 22:35:23 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/1676 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/1676 East Village Cheese Store Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/081021223950574016.jpg"><img alt="081021223950574640" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/081021223950574640.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>The selection at this East Village institution, while prodigious, pales in comparison to the cheese fantasia at Murray's on Bleecker. But close to a hundred varieties should satisfy everyone except the pickiest cheese snobs—and even they've been known to slip in here on occasion. The reason? Unbelievably low prices that win out over nearly any supermarket or gourmet emporium in the city. Handwritten posters plastered over every inch of the windows advertise the deals as well as the daily specials, such as aged gouda, buttery Danish Blue Castello and mild Finnish lappi. There's always a selection of cheddar, brie, feta and other standards, and a large glass fridge displaying soft cheese and exotics. The store doesn't allow sampling, and enforces a half-pound minimum at the counter, but does strike a bargain on day-old and pre-packaged cheeses, available for a few bucks. Luckily, staffers know their products up and down, and if there's not a line you can ask as many questions as you like. </p> <p>Extras <br />In addition to cheeses, there's a deli counter and an olive bar, plus shelves lined with teas, juices, cookies, crackers, and condiments. Early-comers can snag baked goods; baguettes and bagels from the likes of Balthazar and H&H. </p> <p>40 Third Ave. <br />nr. 10th St. <br />New York, NY 10003</p> <p>212-477-2601</p> <p>Daily, 8:30am-6:30pm <br />Cash Only </p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/1677-east-village-cheese-store">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 21 Oct 2008 22:39:50 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/1677 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/1677 3 Corner Field Farm Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/081031095625368503.jpg"><img alt="081031095625369141" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/081031095625369141.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>This is my favorite sheep farm. They are at the NYC Union Green Market Saturdays. The smoked monks cheese is amazing but if you really want to a specialty, try the feta. You'll never be able to eat anyone else again.</p> <p>3-Corner Field Farm is nestled in the Battenkill River Valley at the foothills of the Green Mountains on the border of New York and Vermont. We are one of the few farms in the country that milk sheep for use in the production of gourmet cheeses and yogurt. Our sheep are raised with care and respect on beautiful, organically managed pastures, and never given hormones or unnecessary antibiotics. They are raised the old-fashioned way: outdoors, on pasture, eating natural grass, clover, and alfalfa.</p> <p>The result: tastier and more wholesome food for you, a better life for our sheep, and a healthier environment for all of us.</p> <p><a href="http://www.dairysheepfarm.com" target="_blank">www.dairysheepfarm.com</a></p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/1808-3-corner-field-farm">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Fri, 31 Oct 2008 09:56:25 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/1808 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/1808 Sunrise Mart Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/081031100950551453.jpg"><img alt="081031100950552069" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/081031100950552069.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Located above St. Mark's Bookshop, the East Village location of Sunrise Mart is half supermarket and half community center for the Japanese enclave that has popped up in the neighborhood over the past decade. The bulletin board in the elevator lobby is plastered with ads for services and housing leads for the Asian expat population. Inside the bright second-floor space, several spacious aisles offer groceries and snacks, health and beauty items, housewares such as rice cookers and ceramic tableware, and drinks—even the infamous Pokari Sweat, a Japanese version of Gatorade. This is a fantastic place to come for fresh foods—tofu, Asian fruits such as nashi (Japanese pear) and kaki (persimmons), shabu-shabu beef, and exotic delicacies like flying fish roe or octopus tentacles. For a quick, inexpensive lunch, the kitchen's soba noodles, miso soup, and bento boxes are hard to beat. If you don't read Japanese, the friendly staff will happily identify the contents of all those enticing packaged goods, and even give you some idea of what to do with them. And for customers closer to Soho, the second Broome Street shop offers an identical selection of goods in a slightly larger space.</p> <p>Sunrise Mart <br />4 Stuyvesant Street Street <br />near Third Ave (2nd Floor) <br />New York, NY 10003 <br />212-598-3040</p> <p>Sun-Thu, 10am-11pm <br />Fri-Sat, 10am-midnight</p> <p> </p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/1809-sunrise-mart">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Fri, 31 Oct 2008 10:09:50 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/1809 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/1809 Chocolate-Covered Toffee With Pumpkin Seeds and Sea Salt Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/081031101606833005.jpg"><img alt="081031101606833667" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/081031101606833667.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Provided by: Chef Nancy Olson <br />Served at: Gramercy Tavern</p> <p>Ingredients <br />6 oz. (1 1/2 sticks) butter <br />1 cup sugar <br />2 tbsp. water <br />1/2 tsp. table salt <br />1 tsp. vanilla extract <br />about 6 oz. semisweet or milk chocolate (works best if tempered) <br />1 cup pumpkin seeds, toasted <br />sea salt to taste <br />Instructions <br />Stir butter, sugar, and water over low heat to dissolve sugar. Raise heat to medium and stir constantly. Cook until a beautiful toffee color (candy thermometer should read about 295¢ªF). <br />Add salt and vanilla extract, carefully; the toffee sputters. Pour onto one lightly buttered sheet of parchment paper. Allow to cool. </p> <p>Wipe off excess oil from the surface of the toffee with a paper towel (the excess butter fat may keep the chocolate from adhering properly).</p> <p>Spread tempered chocolate over completely cooled toffee.</p> <p>Sprinkle with toasted pumpkin seeds and sea salt while chocolate is still tacky (so that the seeds and salt can adhere). </p> <p>Break toffee into desired-size pieces. </p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/1811-chocolate-covered-toffee-with-pumpkin-seeds-and-sea-salt">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Fri, 31 Oct 2008 10:15:53 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/1811 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/1811 :: Tay Tea :: Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/081106182019619360.jpg"><img alt="081106182019619910" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/081106182019619910.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p><a href="http://www.coolhunting.com/archives/2008/11/tay_teas.php" target="_blank">http://www.coolhunting.com/...</a></p> <p></p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/1906-tay-tea">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Fri, 07 Nov 2008 11:38:38 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/1906 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/1906 Balocco Amaretti cookies Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/081108162124220426.jpg"><img alt="081108162124220879" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/081108162124220879.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>mmmm, so good. </p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/1944-balocco-amaretti-cookies">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Sat, 08 Nov 2008 16:21:24 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/1944 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/1944 La Maison du Chocolat Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/081117151145963099.jpg"><img alt="081117151145963586" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/081117151145963586.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p><a href="http://www.lamaisonduchocolat.com/en/boutiques.php?id=12&amp;a=1018+Madison+avenue+-+NY10075+New-Work+newyork" target="_blank">http://www.lamaisonduchocol...</a></p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/2066-la-maison-du-chocolat">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Mon, 17 Nov 2008 16:05:34 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/2066 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/2066 McClure's Spicy Pickle Pizza Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/081123135249198392.jpg"><img alt="081123135249198949" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/081123135249198949.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Ingredients <br />Serves 2-4</p> <p>1 whole wheat pizza crust <br />1 sliced portabella mushroom <br />1 sliced onion <br />1 tomato (diced) <br />1½ cups spinach <br />Sliced black or green olives <br />2-3 fresh basil leaves (minced) <br />1 jar of favorite pizza or spaghetti sauce <br />Mozzarella or cheese of choice. (Feta is pictured) <br />¼ cup extra virgin olive oil (optional) <br />1 medium sized McClure’s Spicy Garlic Pickle (diced)</p> <p>Directions</p> <p>1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Spread some sauce on your pizza crust to your liking, Sprinkle all veggies, add some Olive oil, and add the cheese on top of the veggies.</p> <p>2. Put the pizza in the oven around 8 -10 minutes or until the crust is crispy and the cheese is melted.</p> <p>Enjoy.</p> <p>Preparation time: 10-20 minutes </p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/2150-mcclure-s-spicy-pickle-pizza">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Sun, 23 Nov 2008 13:52:49 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/2150 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/2150 McClure's Pickles - Best ever Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/081123140101276882.jpg"><img alt="081123140101277387" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/081123140101277387.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Spicy Pickles - brine makes amazing Bloody Mary's <br />Garlic Dill Pickles</p> <p>Spicy Relish <br />Garlic Dill Relish</p> <p><a href="http://www.mcclurespickles.com" target="_blank">www.mcclurespickles.com</a></p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/2151-mcclure-s-pickles-best-ever">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Sun, 23 Nov 2008 14:01:01 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/2151 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/2151 New York Cake &amp; Baking Distributors Inc Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/081123140958596846.jpg"><img alt="081123140958597338" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/081123140958597338.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>You can smell the giant bags of pie filling and blocks of Valrohna chocolate when you walk in. The bakeware is professional-grade with over 4,000 items, the choices staggering—a dozen kinds of spatulas alone. The cake-pan department is even bigger. Everything a baker needs and doesn't know they need is here.</p> <p>56 W 22nd St (at 6th Ave) <br />New York, NY 10010 <br />(212) 675-2253‎</p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/2152-new-york-cake-baking-distributors-inc">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Sun, 23 Nov 2008 14:09:58 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/2152 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/2152 Spanish Cheese Sampler Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/081124205320956315.jpg"><img alt="081124205320956835" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/081124205320956835.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Manchego Cheese, D.O. - Spain's famous sheep's milk cheese from La Mancha.</p> <p>Roncal, D.O. - A sheep's milk cheese which is aged for a firm bite and sharp flavor.</p> <p>Murcia al Vino, D.O. - a cured goats milk cheese from Jumilla, with the rind soaked in red wine.</p> <p>Idiazabal, D.O. - an aged sheep's milk cheese is lightly smoked by shepherds in the Basque Country.</p> <p><a href="http://www.tienda.com/food/products/cs-05.html" target="_blank">http://www.tienda.com/food/...</a></p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/2168-spanish-cheese-sampler">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Mon, 24 Nov 2008 20:53:21 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/2168 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/2168 East Shore Specialty Foods Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/081229103436155063.jpg"><img alt="081229103436155540" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/081229103436155540.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p><a href="http://www.eastshorefoods.com/" target="_blank">http://www.eastshorefoods.com/</a></p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/2473-east-shore-specialty-foods">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Mon, 29 Dec 2008 10:34:36 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/2473 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/2473 Lemon Bird Handmade Jams Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090107100654751224.jpg"><img alt="090107100654751432" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090107100654751432.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>When life gives you lemons, make Lemon Bird.</p> <p>That’s what Amy Deaver did. After a vacay in the south of France, Deaver was inspired to make her own homemade jam, and Lemon Bird was born. The seasonal, organic fruit is sourced locally from farmers in Southern California.</p> <p>There’s a condiment for just about anything. A jar of peach with cinnamon and rose wine makes a perfect barbecue glaze. Top off baked Brie with cherry, honey, and balsamic or the tomato-vanilla blend. Fig with honey and cinnamon takes shortbread to a whole new level, as does the orange, dark chocolate, and cardamom mix.</p> <p>One thing’s for certain: This stuff is definitely not for the birds.</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://lemonbirddesign.com/" target="_blank">http://lemonbirddesign.com/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/2590-lemon-bird-handmade-jams">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Wed, 07 Jan 2009 10:06:47 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/2590 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/2590 Foods of the web Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090108100804961572.jpg"><img alt="090108100804961775" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090108100804961775.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Each of the specialty foods showcased on this site are made with pride by artisans who are dedicated to quality. These foods are their creations; Foods of the Web simply makes it easier for you to locate many great products and then to place an order with confidence directly with the vendor.</p> <p>Enjoy! </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.foodsoftheweb.com/" target="_blank">http://www.foodsoftheweb.com/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/2702-foods-of-the-web">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Thu, 08 Jan 2009 10:07:48 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/2702 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/2702 Spanish Paprika-Potato Oven Omelet Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090107102544114883.jpg"><img alt="090107102544115082" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090107102544115082.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>From The Splendid Table's How to Eat Supper: Recipes, Stories, and Opinions from Public Radio's Award-Winning Food Show by Lynne Rossetto Kasper and Sally Swift (Clarkson Potter/Publishers, an imprint of the Crown Publishing Group, a division of Random House, Inc., New York, 2008). Copyright 2008 by American Public Media.</p> <p>Serves 3 to 4 <br />15 minutes prep time; 45 minutes oven time <br />Excellent hot or at room temperature. Reheats well.</p> <p>Whether you call them frittatas or oven omelets, baking eggs with a sauté or filling is much easier than fussing with a traditional omelet. Instead of the gymnastics involved in cooking and rolling a perfect folded omelet out of the pan, you put everything together, put it in the oven, and set a timer. While the omelet bakes, you could toss a salad of greens and sip a glass of wine.</p> <p>This is portable food - good for potlucks, boat rides, and office lunches.</p> <p>1 medium to large red-skin potato, sliced as thin as potato chips <br />Good-tasting extra-virgin olive oil <br />1 medium onion, sliced into thin rings <br />Salt and fresh-ground black pepper <br />1 large garlic clove, minced <br />1 tablespoon mild Spanish paprika, or mild or hot Spanish smoked paprika (pimenton de la vera) <br />6 large eggs <br />3/4 cup milk <br />1/8 teaspoon salt <br />1/8 teaspoon fresh-ground black pepper <br />1 cup fresh-grated Parmigiano-Reggiano, Asiago, or Fontinella cheese <br />1 cup shredded Muenster or Monterey Jack cheese</p> <p>1. Preheat the oven to 350 F. Film a 10-inch skillet (with an <br />ovenproof handle) with oil, and heat over medium-high heat. Add the potatoes, onions, and a little salt and pepper. Sauté until the potatoes are tender. Remove skillet from the heat. Stir in the garlic then sprinkle the potatoes with the paprika.</p> <p>2. In a bowl, beat together the eggs, milk, salt, pepper, and 2/3 cup of each of the cheeses. Pour the mixture over the sauteed potatoes.</p> <p>Sprinkle with the remaining cheeses, cover with foil, and bake for 30 minutes. Uncover and bake for 10 to 15 minutes more, or until a knife inserted in the center comes out with only a few bits of creamy egg and cheese clinging to it. Let the omelet stand for 5 to 10 minutes before cutting it into wedges. </p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/2592-spanish-paprika-potato-oven-omelet">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Thu, 08 Jan 2009 10:50:52 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/2592 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/2592 European/Indian Food Importer Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://snaps.corkboard.it/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.theindianfoodstore.com%2Fabout-us.html&width=500&height=450"><img alt="120731202346719744" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/120731202346719744.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>They import food from all over Europe and India. If you're a traveler and a foodie, this place may be heaven. </p> <p>They even have Cerelac, baby food I still crave. </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.theindianfoodstore.com/about-us.html" target="_blank">http://www.theindianfoodstore.com/about-us.html</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/2943-european-indian-food-importer">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Fri, 23 Jan 2009 13:07:49 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/2943 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/2943 O&amp;H Danish Bakery Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090126123434420544.jpg"><img alt="090126123434420751" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090126123434420751.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Another Wisconsin delight. Kringle!</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.ohdanishbakery.com/" target="_blank">http://www.ohdanishbakery.com/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/3015-o-h-danish-bakery">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Mon, 26 Jan 2009 12:34:20 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3015 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3015 Foodzie Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090202124528741548.jpg"><img alt="090202124528741751" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090202124528741751.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Site to discover and buy artisanal foods from a variety of vendors. Seems like the Etsy of the food world.</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://foodzie.com/" target="_blank">http://foodzie.com/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/3115-foodzie">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Mon, 02 Feb 2009 14:53:33 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3115 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3115 Holey Donuts Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090203121528684057.jpg"><img alt="090203121528684277" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090203121528684277.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Great tasting donuts without the fat & calories.</p> <p>Holey Donuts is giving 25% off all its treats, including a special V-Day version. Finally no guilt to indulge.</p> <p>Enter code DC25 at checkout </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.holeydonuts.net/" target="_blank">http://www.holeydonuts.net/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/3132-holey-donuts">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 03 Feb 2009 12:15:18 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3132 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3132 Crunchy Jewels Cake Balls Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090203122726565408.jpg"><img alt="090203122726565619" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090203122726565619.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>What does everyone really want on Valentine’s Day? Let’s get past the chocolate-covered strawberries and conversation hearts. Seems like today’s modern gal wants to get her hands on some sweet, sweet balls. (hee hee)</p> <p>Crunchy ones! This batch comes in from Julie Lê, the rouge-lipped librarian at The Met’s Costume Institute.</p> <p>How does she do it? Red velvet cake is crumbled into cream cheese frosting, rolled in chocolate, and dusted with coconut. Uh, yes please.</p> <p>These balls are bigger than expected. Like fancy munchkins. Imagine whipping those out at a party.</p> <p>Go on, try to put two in your mouth at once.</p> <p>Orders through <a href="http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=6324046" target="_blank">http://www.etsy.com/shop.ph...</a></p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://crunchyjewelsbyjuliele.blogspot.com/" target="_blank">http://crunchyjewelsbyjuliele.blogspot.com/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/3134-crunchy-jewels-cake-balls">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 03 Feb 2009 12:27:14 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3134 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3134 Forbidden Fruit caramel bonbons Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090203123440832820.jpg"><img alt="090203123440833034" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090203123440833034.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>To counter the bitter winter chill, we've deployed one of our most popular, sensual flavors — Forbidden Fruit fig caramel bonbons. </p> <p>FORBIDDEN FRUIT</p> <p>The apple has a very long memory. It reaches back past caramel apples on the boardwalk, past pies baked in a brick oven, past Norman orchards and barrels of heady Calvados for a castle's revelry, past wild Kazakh forests where the first trees bore fruit. Past good and evil. </p> <p>Once upon a time there was a fruit of knowledge, and it was forbidden. Before then, there was no past. Nostalgia? It didn't exist. Then in one sweet-tart mouthful it was revealed — you can't go home again. But the apple carries it all. One bite will swing you back. Where will it take you? Where will you go?</p> <p></p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://cocoavino.com/shop/nowtasting.php" target="_blank">http://cocoavino.com/shop/nowtasting.php</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/3135-forbidden-fruit-caramel-bonbons">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 03 Feb 2009 12:34:30 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3135 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3135 The Nut Box Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090204122718158002.jpg"><img alt="090204122718158198" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090204122718158198.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Great place on Smith Street that does one thing really well: it sells delicious packaged nuts and dried fruits at incredibly reasonable prices. </p> <p>163 Smith St <br />Brooklyn, NY 11201 <br />(347) 689-9948 </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.thenutbox.com/" target="_blank">http://www.thenutbox.com/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/3157-the-nut-box">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Wed, 04 Feb 2009 14:09:13 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3157 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3157 Lollyphile Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090205095454680526.jpg"><img alt="090205095454680720" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090205095454680720.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>The Lollyphile wizards are doing a candy-of-the-month club. First up — peanut butter cups covered in butterscotch. Other flavors include; Absinthe, Maple-Bacon and Wasabi-Ginger. Yowzers!</p> <p>For that "sucker" in your life. </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.lollyphile.com/candyphile.php" target="_blank">http://www.lollyphile.com/candyphile.php</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/3166-lollyphile">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Thu, 05 Feb 2009 09:54:54 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3166 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3166 Royale Cafe + Pastry brings Brooklyn's best to the West Village Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090211123839677831.jpg"><img alt="090211123839678022" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090211123839678022.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>When it comes to coffee and sweets, Brooklyn residents have been able to lord it over Manhattanites: Keep your Magnolia Bakery--we've got Gimme! Coffee and Baked's sweet-salty brownies. But those days are over! The West Village's Royale Cafe + Pastry is now serving some of Brooklyn's greatest hits.</p> <p>But this bright sliver of a coffee shop--a joint venture of two husband-and-wife duos (including one of Baked's founding partners)--also stocks some of Manhattan's best treats, including croissants and scones from Balthazar, GuS sodas and Café Angelique's healthy sandwiches and salads. The owners round out the pastry case with sundry cupcakes, two-bite muffins and homemade Oreo-like cookies.</p> <p>Pull up a stool at the jagged reclaimed wood bar and enjoy a fluffy cappuccino and an oversize "monster" cookie (made with peanut butter, oatmeal and M&Ms), or settle into the wide window seat with a bowl of Baked's excellent granola (bonus: great people-watching).</p> <p>Lunchboxes filled with bagel sandwiches, fresh fruit, cookies and smoothies are geared toward kids from nearby P.S. 41, but no one will tell if you snag one for a weekend road trip.</p> <p>Royale Cafe + Pastry <br />461 Sixth Ave. <br />(at 11th St.) <br />212-255-5236 </p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/3335-royale-cafe-pastry-brings-brooklyn-s-best-to-the-west-village">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Wed, 11 Feb 2009 12:38:39 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3335 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3335 Mac &amp; Cheese of the Month Club - Yes please! Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090213091805233367.jpg"><img alt="090213091805233566" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090213091805233566.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>We offer 3 month ($145), 6 month ($265), and 12 month ($500) club options. Those prices reflect the total cost, including FREE 2 day Express shipping. </p> <p>Our Gourmet Flavors: </p> <p>January: Fondue Mac & Cheese ~ Cold weather demands we kick it up a notch. And we have! A dreamy medley of Swiss, Gruyere, Raclette & Sharp White Cheddar with just a touch of other traditional fondue ingredients will warm you to your toes (and have you smiling all month long!). </p> <p>February: Black Truffle Mac & Cheese ~ Ooh la la! In honor of the month of love, we have made our mac all “fancy-pants”! Black truffle oil accents a creamy mac peppered with sweet peas that will have you sending us love letters!</p> <p>March: Mediterranean Mac & Cheese ~ We all wish we were in the Mediterranean in March. So while we can’t cruise the Greek Isles, we can infuse our Mac w/ flavors to transport you there. Feta, kalamata olives, sun-dried tomato & pesto create a dish that will have your mouth begging for more!</p> <p>April: Penne w/ Five Cheeses ~ We decided to get keep it "simple" this month and put the cheese back in Mac N Cheese. But of course we had to go a little crazy and combine five of our favorites! A perfect blend of parmesan, fontina, ricotta, mozzarella & gorgonzola combine together to delight your taste buds. Blended with fresh basil and a hint of crushed tomato, this is the perfect treat to welcome spring!</p> <p>May: Cajun Mac & Cheese ~ Warmer days are coming and it’s time to kick up the heat! Andouille sausage, pepper jack cheese, sweet onions and green pepper make this mac the perfect accompaniment to your first official BBQ’s of the summer!</p> <p>June: Pancetta & Pea Mac & Cheese ~ Sometime it’s the simple combinations that make us the most happy. Sweet peas are paired with salty pancetta and a mixture of cheddar, Fontina and mozzarella to create a mac for all seasons. </p> <p>July: All American Mac & Cheese ~ We’re flying our flag – our WI, CA & VT cheddar flag! A three cheese mac highlighting some of our nation’s finest! A perfect side for your outdoor grilling this month!</p> <p>August: Caprese Mac ~ It’s tomato season! Taking a twist on the popular salad, our August mac is chock full of fresh flavors – basil, tomato, and the freshest mozzarella we could get our hands on. Summer in every bite. </p> <p>September: Wild Mushroom & Three Cheese Mac & Cheese ~ While we didn’t forage in the woods for our mushrooms, we do take great care in selecting the absolute best for this deliciously rustic mac. Savory herbs, spices and wild mushrooms compliment mozzarella, cheddar and swiss. </p> <p>October: Pumpkin & Turkey Sausage Mac & Cheese ~Trust us. This mac will have you singing our praises. A medley of three cheeses is combined with our house-made turkey sausage, a hint of pureed pumpkin and savory sage.</p> <p>November: Carbonara Mac & Cheese ~ Pancetta & garlic are married with white cheddar, fontina, asiago & parm to create a mac so full of flavor you wish you had enough for dinner all month long! </p> <p>December: Brie & Fig Mac ~ Creamy brie is paired with a medley of cheeses, fresh rosemary, sundried figs (and topped with a buttery Panko topping) to create a flavor explosion you will be dreaming of for weeks to come. </p> <p></p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.good-tastes.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&amp;cPath=28&amp;products_id=282" target="_blank">http://www.good-tastes.com/index.php?main_page=product_in...</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/3366-mac-cheese-of-the-month-club-yes-please">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Fri, 13 Feb 2009 09:18:05 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3366 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3366 Mac &amp; Cheese of the Month Club - Yes please! Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090213091808468706.jpg"><img alt="090213091808468894" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090213091808468894.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>They offer 3 month ($145), 6 month ($265), and 12 month ($500) club options. Those prices reflect the total cost, including FREE 2 day Express shipping. </p> <p>The Gourmet Flavors: </p> <p>January: Fondue Mac & Cheese ~ Cold weather demands we kick it up a notch. And we have! A dreamy medley of Swiss, Gruyere, Raclette & Sharp White Cheddar with just a touch of other traditional fondue ingredients will warm you to your toes (and have you smiling all month long!). </p> <p>February: Black Truffle Mac & Cheese ~ Ooh la la! In honor of the month of love, we have made our mac all “fancy-pants”! Black truffle oil accents a creamy mac peppered with sweet peas that will have you sending us love letters!</p> <p>March: Mediterranean Mac & Cheese ~ We all wish we were in the Mediterranean in March. So while we can’t cruise the Greek Isles, we can infuse our Mac w/ flavors to transport you there. Feta, kalamata olives, sun-dried tomato & pesto create a dish that will have your mouth begging for more!</p> <p>April: Penne w/ Five Cheeses ~ We decided to get keep it "simple" this month and put the cheese back in Mac N Cheese. But of course we had to go a little crazy and combine five of our favorites! A perfect blend of parmesan, fontina, ricotta, mozzarella & gorgonzola combine together to delight your taste buds. Blended with fresh basil and a hint of crushed tomato, this is the perfect treat to welcome spring!</p> <p>May: Cajun Mac & Cheese ~ Warmer days are coming and it’s time to kick up the heat! Andouille sausage, pepper jack cheese, sweet onions and green pepper make this mac the perfect accompaniment to your first official BBQ’s of the summer!</p> <p>June: Pancetta & Pea Mac & Cheese ~ Sometime it’s the simple combinations that make us the most happy. Sweet peas are paired with salty pancetta and a mixture of cheddar, Fontina and mozzarella to create a mac for all seasons. </p> <p>July: All American Mac & Cheese ~ We’re flying our flag – our WI, CA & VT cheddar flag! A three cheese mac highlighting some of our nation’s finest! A perfect side for your outdoor grilling this month!</p> <p>August: Caprese Mac ~ It’s tomato season! Taking a twist on the popular salad, our August mac is chock full of fresh flavors – basil, tomato, and the freshest mozzarella we could get our hands on. Summer in every bite. </p> <p>September: Wild Mushroom & Three Cheese Mac & Cheese ~ While we didn’t forage in the woods for our mushrooms, we do take great care in selecting the absolute best for this deliciously rustic mac. Savory herbs, spices and wild mushrooms compliment mozzarella, cheddar and swiss. </p> <p>October: Pumpkin & Turkey Sausage Mac & Cheese ~Trust us. This mac will have you singing our praises. A medley of three cheeses is combined with our house-made turkey sausage, a hint of pureed pumpkin and savory sage.</p> <p>November: Carbonara Mac & Cheese ~ Pancetta & garlic are married with white cheddar, fontina, asiago & parm to create a mac so full of flavor you wish you had enough for dinner all month long! </p> <p>December: Brie & Fig Mac ~ Creamy brie is paired with a medley of cheeses, fresh rosemary, sundried figs (and topped with a buttery Panko topping) to create a flavor explosion you will be dreaming of for weeks to come. </p> <p></p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.good-tastes.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&amp;cPath=28&amp;products_id=282" target="_blank">http://www.good-tastes.com/index.php?main_page=product_in...</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/3367-mac-cheese-of-the-month-club-yes-please">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Fri, 13 Feb 2009 09:18:08 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3367 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3367 Gifts for the Enlightened Cupboard Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/09021312051438543.jpg"><img alt="09021312051438730" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/09021312051438730.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Formaggio Essex for one-of-a-kind gifts </p> <p>Our favorite source for last-minute, one-of-a-kind edible gifts is tucked way in the back of the Essex Street Market. The two-year-old outpost of a legendary Cambridge, Massachusetts store (a favorite haunt of the late Julia Child), Formaggio Essex stocks a continuous rotation of carefully chosen kitchen staples you won't find anywhere else. </p> <p>Michele Cuniberto Cherries in Syrup <br />There's nothing complicated about these sweet Duroni cherries ($24 for 21 oz), which are simply picked and plunged into jars of sugar syrup. And once the gorgeous jar is opened, the cherries will disappear just as effortlessly into cakes, cobblers and cocktails. Save the leftover syrup for flavoring drinks or stirring into whipped cream. Also available online at formaggiokitchen.com.</p> <p>Floriano Turco Olanhas e Mel <br />Nutella can take a hike: Honey (not chocolate) is the best mate for hazelnuts. This caramel-colored blend of wild acacia honey and Piedmontese hazelnuts ($23 for 9 oz) from one of Europe's top honey producers will have giftees scrambling for ways to use it (hint: Start with ice cream and French toast). Available in store only. </p> <p>Roi Monocultivar Extra-Virgin Olive Oil <br />The olives for this Ligurian oil ($29 for 25 oz) are picked late in the season, which produces a sweet, buttery oil with a noticeably spicy finish. Dumping this stuff into a frying pan would be a waste; save it for salad dressings and drizzling over vegetables and fish. Also available online at formaggiokitchen.com.</p> <p>Formaggio Essex <br />120 Essex St. <br />(between Rivington and Delancey streets) <br />212-982-8200</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://formaggioessex.com" target="_blank">http://formaggioessex.com</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/3374-gifts-for-the-enlightened-cupboard">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Fri, 13 Feb 2009 12:05:14 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3374 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3374 American Chestnut Foundation Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090302110745405650.jpg"><img alt="090302110745405856" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090302110745405856.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>There is nothing like roasting chestnuts for those few short weeks they are avaliable near the Christmas holiday. They are so versitile and good for you. </p> <p>The American chestnut tree is threatened with extinction from blight because very few trees are producing nuts. The goal of the America Chestnut Foundation is to restore the American chestnut tree to its native range within the woodlands of the eastern United States.</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.acf.org/Chapters_ny.php" target="_blank">http://www.acf.org/Chapters_ny.php</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/3608-american-chestnut-foundation">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Mon, 02 Mar 2009 11:07:45 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3608 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3608 Acme Smoked Fish Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090304122037770334.jpg"><img alt="090304122037770540" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090304122037770540.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Start your Sunday bagel-and-lox binge on Friday morning with a trip to Acme Smoked Fish. During the week, this Greenpoint smokehouse supplies restaurants and specialty shops with some of the nation's best smoked salmon, sable and herring; on Fridays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Acme opens its doors to retail traffic and sells its delicacies at significantly reduced prices.</p> <p>"It's like a treasure hunt," says Richard Schiff, Acme's general manager. "On certain items, you'll spend a third of what you would at a store." Schiff recommends the Nova backs and the whitefish, which runs just $6 a pound (cash only). Save even more by buying large chunks of salmon and doing the slicing yourself (a liberal dose of cream cheese will camouflage your less-than-paper-thin fish). And Acme's smoked sable is fantastic layered on a sesame bagel and sprinkled with capers.</p> <p>A trip to Acme is a mini adventure. To get to the shop, you have to enter through the loading dock; if you feel like you're in the wrong spot, you're almost there. "Look for the blue doors," says Schiff. "And remember to park legally."</p> <p>Acme Smoked Fish Corp. <br />30 Gem St. (at N. 15th St.) <br />Brooklyn <br />718-383-8585 </p> <p></p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://acmesmokedfish.com" target="_blank">http://acmesmokedfish.com</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/3639-acme-smoked-fish">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Wed, 04 Mar 2009 12:20:37 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3639 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3639 Morning Glory Confections Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090309101748142231.jpg"><img alt="090309101748142410" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090309101748142410.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Creator Max Lesser has perfected five flavors of the stuff: <br /> <br />- chai tea and cashew <br />- cocoa nib, coffee bean and pecan <br />- fleur de sel and peanut <br />- Indian curry and pistachio <br />- New Mexico chili and pumpkin seed</p> <p>The sure sign of his success lies in the taste — you can decipher every single flavor in each bar.</p> <p></p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.morninggloryconfections.com/servlet/StoreFront" target="_blank">http://www.morninggloryconfections.com/servlet/StoreFront</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/3712-morning-glory-confections">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Mon, 09 Mar 2009 10:17:48 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3712 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3712 F&amp;amp;B gudtfood Place <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://static.px.yelp.com/bpthumb/mnsR74O9fcL7AS9RpVUenw/ms"><img alt="110404010102116803" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/110404010102116803.jpg" /></a><br/> <img src="http://maps.google.com/maps/api/staticmap?center=40.7451,-73.9983&zoom=14&size=300x300&maptype=roadmap&markers=color:red|label:A|40.7451,-73.9983&sensor=false"><br/> 269 W 23rd St<br /> New York NY 10011<br /><br /> 6464864441 <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.yelp.com/biz/f-and-b-gudtfood-new-york-2" target="_blank">http://www.yelp.com/biz/f-and-b-gudtfood-new-york-2</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/3766-f-amp-b-gudtfood">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> 40.7451 -73.9983 Sun, 15 Mar 2009 21:26:49 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3766 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3766 Sahadis Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090318100454733243.jpg"><img alt="090318100454733427" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090318100454733427.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Sahadi's has been selling all kinds of wonderful comestibles at their emporium, with an emphasis on the Middle East, for over 60 years. You want dried cranberries (sulfur-free)? Most places charge you $7.99 a pound. At Sahadi's, they're $3.50 a pound.</p> <p>187 Atlantic <br />near Clinton/Court <br />Brooklyn <br />718.624.4550</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.sahadis.com/" target="_blank">http://www.sahadis.com/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/3823-sahadis">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Wed, 18 Mar 2009 10:04:54 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3823 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3823 Foodoro - Discover Great Food Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090312114657949762.jpg"><img alt="090312114657949972" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090312114657949972.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Farmers Markets go virtual</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://foodoro.com/" target="_blank">http://foodoro.com/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/3752-foodoro-discover-great-food">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Wed, 18 Mar 2009 10:56:26 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3752 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3752 It was inevitable. Cupcake, meet bacon. Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090325131027311099.jpg"><img alt="090325131027311290" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090325131027311290.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>For you bacon lovers out there...</p> <p>Bacon's sweet-smoky essence has found its way into every corner of our lives, including our medicine cabinets, pockets, closets and cars. And now bakeries across the country are getting in on the trend by mashing together two of our nation's biggest food memes--bacon and cupcakes--with surprisingly tasty results.</p> <p>At Buzz bakery in Alexandria, Virginia, pastry chef Josh Short flavors chocolate cupcakes with applewood-smoked bacon ($2.75). "These are my two favorite flavors, so I'm often looking for a way to combine them; the smokiness of the bacon goes very well with the earthiness of the chocolate cake," he says.</p> <p>In Boulder, Colorado, Tee & Cakes serves up a maple-flavored cupcake (pictured) topped with chocolate ganache and a hefty pile of chopped bacon ($2.65). And in Chicago, More Cupcakes owner Patty Rothman has gone hog wild with five sweet-savory treats ($4.50 each), including a BLT cupcake topped with ranch-flavored frosting, heirloom tomatoes and microgreens, and a potato cupcake topped with sour-cream frosting, chives and bacon crumbles.</p> <p>Can't wait for a taste? Chicago's Bleeding Heart Bakery will send you its bacon-and-peanut-butter cupcakes ($3.25 each, plus shipping). We hear they're great with bacon-flavored coffee. </p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/3922-it-was-inevitable-cupcake-meet-bacon">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Wed, 25 Mar 2009 13:10:27 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3922 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3922 Bacon-Chili Takedown Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090326114659824764.jpg"><img alt="090326114659834456" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090326114659834456.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Matt Timms, the mastermind behind the popular Chili Takedown, has extended his purview to bacon at this head-to-head cook-off ($10). Sample the bacon-ridden dishes of 30 contestants, then stick around to see who takes the title (and $100 prize) home. </p> <p>Radegast Hall and Beer Garden <br />113 N. Third St. (at Berry St.) <br />Brooklyn</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://chili-takedown.com" target="_blank">http://chili-takedown.com</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/3941-bacon-chili-takedown">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Thu, 26 Mar 2009 11:46:59 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3941 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/3941 Hot Blondies Bakery Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090331135325163622.jpg"><img alt="090331135325163837" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090331135325163837.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>The lady bakers have been dishing decadent sweets for just a few weeks. After hoarding them in the office, we reluctantly share them with the world (or at least the tri-state area). Crumbly squares of peanut butter chocolate chunk, Nutella hazelnut, espresso white chocolate, and classic buttery blondie top the list.</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://shop.hotblondiesbakery.com/" target="_blank">http://shop.hotblondiesbakery.com/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/4002-hot-blondies-bakery">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 31 Mar 2009 13:53:25 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/4002 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/4002 Max Delivery NYC - thank goodness for this Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/080812214515364283.jpg"><img alt="080812214515366224" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/080812214515366224.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>1-hour delivery on everything you desire -- including local bakery items. Bliss</p> <p><a href="http://www.maxdelivery.com/nkz/exec/Category/Display?categoryId=2480" target="_blank">http://www.maxdelivery.com/...</a></p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/333-max-delivery-nyc-thank-goodness-for-this">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 12 Aug 2008 21:45:15 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/333 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/333 Move over maple: There's a new syrup in town Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090424155958865438.jpg"><img alt="090424155958865636" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090424155958865636.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>You've poured maple syrup--maybe even molasses--on your pancakes, but few of us Yankees have experienced the wonders of sorghum.</p> <p>This lesser-known sweetener is mostly unheard of north of the Mason-Dixon--and even harder to find. That is, until Tony Van Glad decided to make his own and sell it at city farmers' markets.</p> <p>This upstate New York farmer already knew syrup--he and brother Andy produce maple syrup under the Wood Homestead brand--and saw sorghum as way to combine his two passions. He could grow the sugarcane-like plant in his fields, then boil its juice down in his maple-sap evaporator.</p> <p>Van Glad's Blenheim Hill Sorghum Syrup is a lovely, whiskey-colored treat that's deeply flavored but not overwhelming, like a brown-sugary blend of honey and molasses. You can bake with it--try it in ginger cookies or banana bread--but it's also perfect on pancakes, even better on biscuits and outstanding on granola and Greek yogurt.</p> <p>Blenheim Hill Sorghum Syrup is available at the Union Square and Tucker Square Greenmarkets on Saturdays. Or visit schohariefarmer.com for information about ordering by e-mail and phone. </p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/4560-move-over-maple-there-s-a-new-syrup-in-town">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Fri, 24 Apr 2009 15:59:58 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/4560 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/4560 Sustainable Seafood Choice Guide Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090505145235565626.jpg"><img alt="090505145235565823" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090505145235565823.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Our Seafood Watch regional guides contain the latest information on sustainable seafood choices available in different regions of the U.S. Our "Best Choices" are abundant, well managed and fished or farmed in environmentally friendly ways. Seafood to "Avoid" are overfished and/or fished or farmed in ways that harm other marine life or the environment. You can view the guides online or download a pocket-size version. </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.montereybayaquarium.org/cr/SeafoodWatch/web/sfw_regional.aspx?region_id=2" target="_blank">http://www.montereybayaquarium.org/cr/SeafoodWatch/web/sf...</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/4839-sustainable-seafood-choice-guide">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 05 May 2009 14:52:35 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/4839 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/4839 An online depot for the country's best small-batch foods Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090512113221811211.jpg"><img alt="090512113221811412" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090512113221811412.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Whenever we discover a great new jam or cheese at the local farmers' market, we wonder how many other artisan-made finds we're missing out on from all the markets we don't get to visit.</p> <p>We're no longer in the dark, thanks to Foodzie, an online marketplace that finds the nation's best small producers and sells their wares in one convenient place.</p> <p>Handpicked and taste-tested by a small team of food geeks, Foodzie's products can be browsed by category (natch), but it's more fun to shop via the site's Google map for local and far-flung producers.</p> <p>Zoom in on Maine and you'll find Quoddy Mist Sea Salt, harvested locally and infused with dulse and sea lettuce. California offers Bravo Farms' herby Western Sage Cheddar and Michigan represents with Maitelates' Alfajores sampler box, an assortment of buttery, dulce de leche-filled cookies. New Yorkers can stock up on Rick's Picks wasabi-pickled green beans or NYC Breakfast Tea from Tavalon.</p> <p>The Foodzie folks also want you to know who's behind the goods. The site's blog includes interviews with producers and highlights new additions to Foodzie's artisan community, like the amazing bacon-fat caramels we never knew existed. </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://foodzie.com/" target="_blank">http://foodzie.com/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/4956-an-online-depot-for-the-country-s-best-small-batch-foods">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 12 May 2009 11:32:21 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/4956 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/4956 Black Garlic Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090519120553496274.jpg"><img alt="090519120553496471" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090519120553496471.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>If you didn't know better, you'd assume black garlic spent too much time in the oven. But this little-known ingredient isn't burnt; it's fermented until it achieves the sweet, mellow flavor that's making chefs across the country swoon.</p> <p>Bruce Hill, the chef of San Francisco's BIX restaurant, fell in love with black garlic's earthy flavor while traveling in Japan. He found it to be less bracing than the raw stuff, and discovered that its subtle balsamic-vinegar flavor pairs especially well with olives and roasted peppers. In addition, he's added it to barbecue sauces and used it as a garnish for crudo.</p> <p>Black garlic's also a new favorite of chef Elizabeth Falkner, who mixes it into steak tartare at her SF restaurant, Orson. In Los Angeles, Rivera chef John Rivera Sedlar tosses his chilaca-chile salad with a black garlic vinaigrette. And Eric Ripert of New York's Le Bernardin finishes pan-roasted monkfish with a punchy black garlic and Persian lemon sauce.</p> <p>To try the mellow-flavored allium at home, order whole heads of black garlic online from MondoFood.com or SauceNSpice.com, then start experimenting: Blend the cloves into olive tapenade or smash them into scrambled eggs or risotto. </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://tastingtable.com/email/campaign/664.html" target="_blank">http://tastingtable.com/email/campaign/664.html</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/5058-black-garlic">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 19 May 2009 12:05:53 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/5058 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/5058 Fulton Stall Market opens for the summer season Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090526105713101821.jpg"><img alt="090526105713102042" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090526105713102042.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>A dozen vendors from the tristate area take over former fish stalls on the tip of Manhattan. Fresh produce, handmade cheese, organic bread, cut flowers, artisanal yogurt, and fair trade coffee are at the ready.</p> <p>When: Opens for summer Fri. & Sat., 10 a.m.-6 p.m.</p> <p>Where: South Street Seaport, South St., b/t Fulton & Beekman Sts. </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.fultonstallmarket.com/home.html" target="_blank">http://www.fultonstallmarket.com/home.html</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/5119-fulton-stall-market-opens-for-the-summer-season">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 26 May 2009 10:57:13 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/5119 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/5119 Tour of Foodie Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090526110637164561.jpg"><img alt="090526110637164779" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090526110637164779.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Let local insiders (and your appetite) be your guide on these culinary field trips </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://tastingtable.com/email/campaign/687.html" target="_blank">http://tastingtable.com/email/campaign/687.html</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/5120-tour-of-foodie">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 26 May 2009 11:06:37 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/5120 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/5120 Ice Cream You Scream at The General Greene Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090529093409846706.jpg"><img alt="090529093409846910" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090529093409846910.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Nick Morgenstern, the chef and owner (and the man behind the brilliant ham and gruyere bread pudding) of The General Greene is launching a fresh summer treat: The Greene Ice Cream, a new ice cream cart being stationed in front of The General Greene beginning this week. </p> <p>The ice cream will be served from a hand-built Greene Ice Cream Cart and is “Philadelphia style,” which uses no eggs and no preservatives, gums, or stabilizers (no Cheez Whiz, don’t worry). A daily Twitter update of flavors can be found at twitter.com/GreeneIceCream.com, but expect the roster to include Burnt Honey Vanilla, Chocolate Banana Peanut, Matcha Pistachio Chip, Coffee Road, Salted Caramel Pretzel, Cinnamon Caramel, Salted Hazelnut Gianduja, Coffee Banana Chip, Butterscotch, Bourbon Raisin, The Elvis and Brown Butter Pecan. Opening frozen yogurt flavors include Mango, Blackberry Frozen Yogurt, Strawberry Rhubarb Frozen Yogurt, Raspberry Rosewater Frozen Yogurt, Lemon Vanilla Frozen Yogurt. Pricing: Mini-cones ($1 scoop) - $2, Standard in a wafer or sugar cone, $3, with each additional scoop going for $1.50.</p> <p>The cart, which will be located at 229 Dekalb Avenue, corner of Clemont, 718-222-1510, will be “open” as follows: </p> <p>Monday – Thursday: 3PM-11PM <br />Friday – Sunday: Noon – midnight </p> <p>ENJOY! </p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/5202-ice-cream-you-scream-at-the-general-greene">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Fri, 29 May 2009 09:34:09 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/5202 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/5202 The Hard-to-Find Grocer Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090610095049779567.jpg"><img alt="090610095049779764" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090610095049779764.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Looking for Quisp cereal? Or Skybars? How about Junket or Squirt? If you grew up on My-T-Fine pudding, nothing else will do.</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.hometownfavorites.com/shop/htfg.asp" target="_blank">http://www.hometownfavorites.com/shop/htfg.asp</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/5386-the-hard-to-find-grocer">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Wed, 10 Jun 2009 09:50:49 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/5386 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/5386 Splendid Ice Creams Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090619130451845202.jpg"><img alt="090619130451852629" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090619130451852629.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>You're going to want to meet this new Midwest transplant: Jeni Britton Bauer, whose luscious small-batch ice creams have earned acclaim in her home state of Ohio, is now bringing her frozen confections to NYC.</p> <p>Bauer makes her Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams with produce from nearby farms, nuts and coffee from local roasters, and organic milk and cream from small, family-run dairies. Her high standards and knack for perfecting classic flavors (and creating clever new combinations) are what set her pints apart from the rest.</p> <p>Dumbo's Foragers Market will stock Bauer's year-round favorites like dark chocolate, pistachio, black coffee, Thai chili and the best-selling, can't-miss salty caramel. Seasonal offerings will vary week by week, depending on what fruits and herbs the chef finds most inspiring; flavors might include decadent combos like strawberry buttermilk and goat cheese with roasted cherries. You might also find tangy lemon frozen yogurt with blueberries and airy sorbets like beet and chocolate (inspired by Red Velvet cake) or Japanese cucumber and sake.</p> <p>At $10 per pint, the price is a little steep, but once you taste the freshness and purity of Jeni's flavors, you won't mind. And the cheerful hand-written label? Consider it a little love note from Ohio.</p> <p>Foragers Market <br />56 Adams St. <br />(at Front St.) <br />Brooklyn <br />718-801-8400 </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://foragersmarket.com" target="_blank">http://foragersmarket.com</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/5587-splendid-ice-creams">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Fri, 19 Jun 2009 13:04:51 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/5587 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/5587 Bklyn Larder Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090624101247651502.jpg"><img alt="090624101247651712" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090624101247651712.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Great Artisanal Market and Deli from the Franny's Pizzeria Owners</p> <p>228 Flatbush Avenue <br />(b/n Bergen Street and St. Marks Avenue) <br />Brooklyn, NY 11217 </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://newyork.seriouseats.com/2009/06/bklyn-larder-brooklyn-nyc-frannys-park-slope-markets-delis-sandwiches-cheese.html" target="_blank">http://newyork.seriouseats.com/2009/06/bklyn-larder-brook...</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/5681-bklyn-larder">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Wed, 24 Jun 2009 10:12:47 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/5681 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/5681 Black Pepper Cracker Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090627001253267960.jpg"><img alt="090627001253268162" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090627001253268162.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Valley Produce Company Cracked Black Pepper Thins. Such great crackers.</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.valleyproducecompany.com/products/crackerthins/blackpepper.php" target="_blank">http://www.valleyproducecompany.com/products/crackerthins...</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/5728-black-pepper-cracker">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Sat, 27 Jun 2009 00:12:53 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/5728 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/5728 Penzey's Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090629105313259769.jpg"><img alt="090629105313259995" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090629105313259995.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Great resource for spices. </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.penzeys.com/cgi-bin/penzeys/shophome.html" target="_blank">http://www.penzeys.com/cgi-bin/penzeys/shophome.html</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/5746-penzey-s">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Mon, 29 Jun 2009 10:53:13 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/5746 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/5746 the Smoking Gun Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090630115236306145.jpg"><img alt="090630115236317602" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090630115236317602.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Normally, where there's smoke, there's fire. But that's not the case with the Smoking Gun, a handheld gadget chefs and mixologists have been using to blast everything in sight with a precision cloud of robust, smoky flavor.</p> <p>Invented by PolyScience--the Illinois-based company known for its equipment collaborations with tech-savvy chefs like Thomas Keller and Grant Achatz--the original Smoking Gun looked better suited for a Phish show than the fish station. But its design recently got recast with a removable smoking chamber, an aluminum internal fan and an attachable hose (though chefs acknowledge it can still serve more than one purpose).</p> <p>In San Francisco, Chris Cosentino likes to use the gun to trick his customers' palates by adding smoky flavors to raw fish and oysters. Atlanta's Richard Blais swaps the gun's standard ammo--sawdust--with spices like cinnamon and curry, as well as dehydrated chicken skin to create what he calls "chicken smoke."</p> <p>And the Smoking Gun has even gone behind the bar. At Chicago's Nacional 27, Adam Seger created a Latin-accented Manhattan by first infusing bourbon with a Costa Rican cigar, then using his Smoking Gun to rev up the flavor.</p> <p>The Smoking Gun ($80) is available through PolyScience or at JBPrince.com </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.jbprince.com/CB7B80E2EC9B4151A6774CFBA9BD480E.asp?p_key=CB753F28813742E5B9CEBDF90650F19C&amp;keyword=smoking%20gun&amp;catname=&amp;skeyword=1&amp;ppage=1&amp;pc_key=&amp;nm=&amp;spath=&amp;path=&amp;cat_id=545F96C713344B04AB9D91560F0D09B3&amp;retpage=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.jbprince.com%2F" target="_blank">http://www.jbprince.com/CB7B80E2EC9B4151A6774CFBA9BD480E....</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/5799-the-smoking-gun">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 30 Jun 2009 11:52:36 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/5799 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/5799 Eight Great Italian Markets in New York City Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090709122307740311.jpg"><img alt="090709122307740526" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090709122307740526.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>1. Buon Italia <br />Located in the sprawling Chelsea Market, Buon Italia (“Good Italy”) offers a bewildering array of modern Italian groceries. If you need to find an obscure pasta shape, this is your place. I counted 87 varieties one recent afternoon, including strozzopretti (“priest stranglers”) and the braided ropes known as lorighittas. Choose among two dozen types of canned Italian tomatoes to make the sauce. A rainbow of Italian olive oils also beckons, as do seasonal items like fresh black truffles and fresh porcini mushrooms. Finally, a cured meat department in the back offers hard-to-find cold cuts like culatello, a cured ham legendarily made from the side of the rump protected by the pig’s curled tail. Chelsea Market, 75 9th Ave. (between 15th and 16th Streets), New York City (212-633-9090; buonitalia.com) </p> <p>2. Dipalo’s Fine Foods <br />Knowledgeable and avuncular Lou DiPalo presides behind the store’s cheese counter, dispensing the most amazing collection of Italian cheeses this side of the Atlantic. Crave a Tuscan pecorino? Lou’s got several. Or a selection of buffalo-milk mozzarella recently flown in from Campagna? Lou’s got ’em. This quintessential Little Italy latticini also stocks the bread, preserves, dried sausages, and pickled vegetables that you’ll want to serve with the cheeses, plus an arcane collection of Italian honeys and olive oils. The premises recently tripled in size to include an Italian wine store run by Lou’s son, Sam, and a selection of prepared foods for carryout, representing “a true gastonomia,” with recipes from all 20 regions of Italy, according to Lou. 200 Grand St. (at Mott Street), New York City (212-226-1033; dipaloselects.com) </p> <p>3. Faicco’s Pork Store <br />Manhattan’s Greenwich Village and Brooklyn’s Dyker Heights boast the twin outposts of this excellent meat market and salumeria, which makes its own soppressata and capocollo (a spicy neck-meat ham), in addition to dispensing an impressive range of prosciuttos and an array of reasonably priced fresh meat and poultry. You’ve never seen such shining and well-cleaned tripe. A half dozen types of taralli—a navel-shaped cracker from Apulia—are available, as is braciola, the pork or beef roll filled with cheese and herbs that is beloved of southern Italians and perfect for summer grilling. 260 Bleecker St. (near Leroy Street), New York City (212-243-1974); 6511 11th Ave. (at 65th Street), Brooklyn (718-236-0119) </p> <p>4. Leo’s Latticini <br />Also known as Mama’s, this establishment in the Queens neighborhood of Corona began as a simple cheese-making shop, but has morphed into a three-store complex, including the original cheese store (where the homemade mozzarella is superb), a ravioli store selling all sorts of fresh and dried pastas, and a bakery, whose cannolis are justifiably notorious (they’re also sold at the nearby Citi Field). The bakery also features a lunchroom with a glorious garden out back. In addition to dried sausages and southern Italian cheeses, many of which hang from the ceiling, the original store fabricates Italian-American heroes, and the cheese-oozing eggplant parm is one of the vegetarian glories of Queens. 46-02 104th St. (at 46th Avenue), Queens (718-898-6069) </p> <p>5. Raffetto’s <br />This store specializing in fresh pasta has been planted at the corner of Houston and MacDougal since 1906, and the machine that rolls and slices your fettuccine, papardelle, and linguine has been around at least that long, its conveyor belt creaking and motor groaning as the blades come down on the dough. In addition to egg-enriched plain pasta, Raffetto’s also makes spinach, squid-ink, and mushroom varieties, among others. The raviolis are even better. Find them in the refrigerator case. My favorite is spinach and ricotta, and the fresh ricotta comes from Joe’s Dairy, right across the street. 144 W. Houston St. (at MacDougal Street), New York City (212-777-1261) </p> <p>6. Arthur Avenue Retail Market <br />In 1940, when Mayor Fiorella LaGuardia wanted to get pushcarts off the streets, he created a string of indoor markets, of which the Arthur Avenue Retail Market is one of the few remaining. Stalls like Pete’s specialize in veal and variety meats, such as tripe and calf’s liver, while other stalls sell dried pastas and southern Italian prepared foods including pizzas, pastas, and seafood salads. Mike’s Deli slings charcuterie, olives, cheeses, olive oils, and prepared dishes like rice balls and stromboli, many of which originated in Calabria. The antique ambiance is another plus. Closed Sunday. 2344 Arthur Ave., Belmont, The Bronx (no phone; arthuravenuebronx.com) </p> <p>7. Salumeria Biellese <br />Don’t be deterred when you step inside Salumeria Biellese: With a long steam table brimming with red-sauced Italian pastas and Puerto Rican pork roasts, this old timer (founded in 1925) just south of Penn Station looks for all the world like a steam-table lunch counter. But the carryout café is merely a front for the city’s most sophisticated purveyor of cured Italian meats, many made on the premises, and fresh sausages. In fact, long before guanciale and lardo became household words, Salumeria Biellese was turning out exemplary versions sought by the cooking cognescenti. Mario Batali was an early fan. 376 8th Ave. (at 29th Street), New York City (212-736-7376; salumeriabiellese.com) </p> <p>8. D. Coluccio & Sons <br />Located among warehouses in Brooklyn’s Borough Park, D. Coluccio is a supermarket-sized Italian grocery that goes way beyond the usual selection of dried pastas, olive oils, and canned San Marzano tomatoes (though those items are displayed in exquisite abundance). You’ll find homemade dried sausages, gaily painted Italian serving platters, and cheeses both domestic and imported, some found nowhere else (my favorite: buffalo-milk caciocavallo). As a sideline, Coluccio’s offers a selection of Calabrian deli items, including an antipasto of artichoke hearts, eggplant, broccoli rabe, and sweet red peppers. 1214-20 60th St. (near 12th Avenue), Brooklyn (718-436-6700; dcoluccioandsons.com) </p> <p></p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.gourmet.com/food/2009/06/eight-great-italian-markets-in-new-york-city" target="_blank">http://www.gourmet.com/food/2009/06/eight-great-italian-m...</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/5949-eight-great-italian-markets-in-new-york-city">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Thu, 09 Jul 2009 12:23:07 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/5949 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/5949 Schnitzel &amp; Things Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090717125825312593.jpg"><img alt="090717125825322999" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090717125825322999.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Schnitzel & Things is a cutlet above the truck fray</p> <p>After experimenting with different types of breading, the duo chose Japanese panko to create the crispiest crust possible for their plate-size pieces of protein. Each schnitzel can be eaten as a sandwich ($7) or on a platter ($9), which comes with a lemon wedge and your choice of sides and condiments. In addition to traditional pork schnitzel, the truck offers more unconventional combos like cod schnitzel with ginger-scallion relish and chicken schnitzel with red-pepper coulis.</p> <p>If schnitzel's not your thing, Schnitzel & Things serves a mean bratwurst-and-sauerkraut sandwich ($4) and a variety of vegetarian sides ($3), including crisp marinated cucumbers, earthy lentils and a classic Austrian potato salad. </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.schnitzelandthings.com/" target="_blank">http://www.schnitzelandthings.com/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/6093-schnitzel-things">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Fri, 17 Jul 2009 12:58:25 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/6093 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/6093 King Corn - documentary Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/09072809373311159.jpg"><img alt="09072809373325756" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/09072809373325756.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>In 2007, Curt Ellis and Ian Cheney raised 10,000 pounds of corn (and filmed the process) in an effort to increase awareness about the industrial-food industry.</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.kingcorn.net/" target="_blank">http://www.kingcorn.net/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/6264-king-corn-documentary">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 28 Jul 2009 09:37:33 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/6264 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/6264 Blackberry Farm Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://snaps.corkboard.it/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.blackberryfarm.com%2F&width=500&height=450"><img alt="110301151205405750" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/110301151205405750.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>If its good enough for Wylie its good enough for me. A Relais and Chateaux resort in a 19th century farmhouse in Walland (near Knoxville), TN. August 30 - September 1, 2009 Wylie demonstrates and cooks dinner but I'd check it out any time. </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.blackberryfarm.com/" target="_blank">http://www.blackberryfarm.com/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/6522-blackberry-farm">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Wed, 12 Aug 2009 09:32:38 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/6522 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/6522 America's latest hotbed of cheese is (surprise) in Texas Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/09082612450979230.jpg"><img alt="09082612450989728" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/09082612450989728.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Here are three of the best cheesemakers the Lone Star State has to offer.</p> <p>Mozzarella Company Located in the middle of Dallas, this dairy combines traditional Italian cheesemaking techniques with native chile peppers to create bold flavors. Its La Cocina Caciotta is a flavorful goat's-milk cheese blended with everything but the kitchen sink, including fresh basil and cilantro, ancho and guajillo chiles, garlic and chipotle peppers.</p> <p>Pure Luck Farm and Dairy Based in Dripping Springs, this Hill Country cheesemaker creates its unique chèvre with the help of 100 goats that graze on cedar bark and prickly pear cactus, which gives their milk an unforgettable earthy taste (phone orders only).</p> <p>Veldhuizen Family Farm This farm's Jersey cows (pictured) graze on the lush, green pastures of Dublin, Texas, and produce milk that results in subtly grassy cheeses. One of Veldhuizen's masterpieces is a four-month-aged raw cow's-milk cheese called Paragaon. Perfect for melting, it's smooth and velvety, revealing a bit of the magic that is cow's milk in every bite. </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.saveur.com/article/Our-Favorite-Foods/Cheese-Revolution" target="_blank">http://www.saveur.com/article/Our-Favorite-Foods/Cheese-R...</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/6751-america-s-latest-hotbed-of-cheese-is-surprise-in-texas">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Wed, 26 Aug 2009 12:45:09 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/6751 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/6751 An Illustrated Guide to 40 Culinary Herbs Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090906201625893179.jpg"><img alt="090906201625901859" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090906201625901859.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Easily identify and enjoy the most common culinary herbs. Move the tab to reveal which parts are best to use and how each herb can add life to your favorite foods. See the reverse side for helpful preservation and storage tips, a few easy recipes and some quick ideas to inspire you as you begin to experiment with fresh herbs.</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.chewonthis.org/site/?page_id=2" target="_blank">http://www.chewonthis.org/site/?page_id=2</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/6990-an-illustrated-guide-to-40-culinary-herbs">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Sun, 06 Sep 2009 20:16:25 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/6990 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/6990 Food52 puts your recipes in the spotlight--and in a cookbook Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090915120248302387.jpg"><img alt="090915120248307762" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090915120248307762.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>They say that “two cooks in the kitchen will spoil the broth,” but that’s not necessarily so. </p> <p>Somewhere between the proliferation of CSAs and recipe forums, we realized that a group approach to cooking has its merits.</p> <p>In that vein, noted food journalists Amanda Hesser (pictured, left) and Merrill Stubbs (right) have conceived the coolest social group experiment since the commune: Food52.com.</p> <p>Officially launching today after a short beta run, the website has a brilliantly straightforward premise: Create a cookbook that celebrates home cooking with recipes from the country’s best home cooks (that’s you). </p> <p>Each week, Hesser and Stubbs post guidelines for a recipe contest on the site, and members (there’s no cost to sign up) have a week to post their submissions. </p> <p>After careful tasting and testing, the Food52 team will pick two finalists, and then the community will vote on the recipes. The winners from each contest will appear in the forthcoming Food52 cookbook, to be published by Harper Studio next year. </p> <p>But it’s not all competition: The site also culls recipes from other top cooking blogs and posts video tours of home kitchens, making it an optimal place to look for inspiration for tonight’s dinner. </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://food52.com/" target="_blank">http://food52.com/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/7105-food52-puts-your-recipes-in-the-spotlight-and-in-a-cookbook">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 15 Sep 2009 12:02:12 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/7105 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/7105 The 50 best things to eat in the world, and where to eat them Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090917152435207069.jpg"><img alt="090917152435214951" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090917152435214951.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>From cake, steak and tapas, to oysters, chicken and burgers, Killian Fox roamed the world to find the 50 best things to eat and the best places to eat them in, with a little help from professionals like Raymond Blanc, Michel Roux, Ruth Rogers and Rose Gray</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2009/sep/13/best-foods-in-the-world" target="_blank">http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2009/sep/13/best-f...</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/7155-the-50-best-things-to-eat-in-the-world-and-where-to-eat-them">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Thu, 17 Sep 2009 15:24:35 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/7155 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/7155 Premium artisanal butter comes Stateside Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090921134614195244.jpg"><img alt="090921134614215710" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090921134614215710.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>America's relationship with butter has been nothing if not complicated. Coronary-inducing overuse in the 1950s and '60s gave way to health-conscious abhorrence (and the horrifying proliferation of faux-butter products) in the '80s and '90s.</p> <p>Historically, butter connoisseurs had to look across the Atlantic for a quality producer. But these days, more and more domestic creameries are giving us worthy alternatives.</p> <p>Our favorites (below) will elevate any piecrust or beurre blanc, but the best way (we think) to savor these milk fats: Spread on sliced bread, eat, repeat.</p> <p>Animal Farm Diane St. Clair's microbatch (she has only eight cows), hand-churned Vermont butter is so flavorful that it's attracted the attention of chefs like Thomas Keller and Barbara Lynch, who serve it in their restaurants (animalfarmvt.com).</p> <p>PastureLand Co-op This Minnesota farm's organic Summer Gold butter uses milk from its grass-fed herd, imbuing the butter with bright, herbaceous notes (pastureland.coop).</p> <p>Straus Family Creamery The European-style butters from this California farm have a distinctly high (85 percent) butterfat content, which gives them an irresistibly velvety mouthfeel (strausfamilycreamery.com).</p> <p>Vermont Butter & Cheese Creamery Allison Hooper's 25-year-old company--one of the pioneers of artisanal dairy products--has recently revamped its name and image. Its logs of sea salt-flecked butter, however, still have that same crunch and delicious flavor we've come to love (vtbutterandcheeseco.com). </p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/7187-premium-artisanal-butter-comes-stateside">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Mon, 21 Sep 2009 13:46:14 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/7187 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/7187 Basis Good Food Market Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090930164418933922.jpg"><img alt="090930164418960017" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090930164418960017.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>A brave new grocery store will make local affordable </p> <p>The only drawback to buying local ingredients is that they're often more expensive than their supermarket counterparts. But when Basis Good Food Market opens its doors, we'll be able to buy some of our area's freshest ingredients at sub-supermarket prices.</p> <p>This Meatpacking District shop will be the retail branch of Farm to Chef, a distributor that links small farms and producers with top restaurants like Gramercy Tavern, Convivio and Bklyn Larder.</p> <p>These relationships will allow Basis to keep prices down--way down, in many cases: A half-dozen cage-free eggs from Feather Ridge Farm will sell for $1.75, about half the price of supermarket eggs shipped from afar. And just-bottled organic milk from Hails Family Farm will be cheaper than the dubious Horizon brand.</p> <p>"We could charge more, but our focus is on value," says Basis founder Bion Bartning. "Our motto is ‘good food for all'--not ‘good food for rich people.'"</p> <p>Basis will also emphasize traceability: You'll be able to follow everything the shop sells--from produce to pantry staples to house-prepared foods--back to its source.</p> <p>The first Basis Good Food Market will open later this year at <br />324 W. 14th St. </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.basisfoods.com/" target="_blank">http://www.basisfoods.com/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/7283-basis-good-food-market">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Wed, 30 Sep 2009 16:44:19 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/7283 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/7283 New traceable teas from a master blender Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/091002133048699830.jpg"><img alt="091002133048709653" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/091002133048709653.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>After creating (and selling) two of the world's biggest tea brands--Stash Tea Co. and Tazo--Steven Smith is going small.</p> <p>With his brand-new line of handmade blends, the Portland, Oregon-based tea maker aims to create the freshest, most traceable teas on the planet.</p> <p>Smith's teas are bagged on a made-to-order basis, and each box of tea contains a number, which you can enter on the company's website to find out where each leaf was grown, when it was harvested and who packed your blend (visit the site and enter "90106" to see how it works).</p> <p>Smith launched his eponymous line with a dozen teas that range from the rich Brahmin's Choice (an upscale breakfast blend) to the restorative Peppermint Leaves (made from mint grown in Oregon). Curative blends and ready-to-drink bottled teas will follow.</p> <p>And if you find yourself in Portland, visit Smith Teamaker for a hands-on lesson in cupping, pairing and blending your own tea (call ahead to reserve).</p> <p>Smith Teamaker <br />1626 N.W. Thurman St. <br />Portland <br />503-719-8752</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://smithtea.com" target="_blank">http://smithtea.com</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/7298-new-traceable-teas-from-a-master-blender">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Fri, 02 Oct 2009 13:30:48 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/7298 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/7298 Xie Xie's thousand-year-old ice cream sandwich Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/091006122022276679.jpg"><img alt="091006122022290314" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/091006122022290314.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Somewhere deep in Hell's Kitchen, an ancient ice cream sandwich is sleeping--or so chef Angelo Sosa would have us believe.</p> <p>By opening his pan-Asian sandwich shop, Xie Xie (pronounced SHAY-SHAY), in the middle of the city's onslaught of banh mi and num pang, Sosa wielded a little reinvention to catch the crowds. And his "1000 year old" ice cream sandwich is one treat we can't resist passing up whenever we're in the neighborhood.</p> <p>Sosa drew inspiration from the curious Chinese delicacy known as the "century egg," a preserved duck egg that has been stowed away in lime, salt and ash for several months, rendering the innards hard-boiled, blackened and unmistakably sulfurous.</p> <p>Now, he's re-created the fermented phenomenon in much sweeter terms. Packed between thin cocoa-nib cookies, a layer of caramel ice cream holds the primeval secret to winning our hearts and bellies--black salted caramel--which oozes from its chilly internment.</p> <p>We recommend slicing the hefty hand pie ($4) in half and dipping every available surface in the gush of burnt caramel that emerges.</p> <p>Xie Xie <br />645A Ninth Ave. <br />(at 45th St.) <br />212-265-2975</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://xiexieproject.com" target="_blank">http://xiexieproject.com</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/7340-xie-xie-s-thousand-year-old-ice-cream-sandwich">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 06 Oct 2009 12:20:22 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/7340 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/7340 Still Tasty Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/091013090025843851.jpg"><img alt="091013090025856767" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/091013090025856767.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Your Ultimate Shelf Life Guide - Save Money, Eat Better, Help The Environment </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.stilltasty.com/" target="_blank">http://www.stilltasty.com/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/7418-still-tasty">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 13 Oct 2009 09:00:25 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/7418 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/7418 Dickson's Farmstand Meats opens in Chelsea Market Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/091014112304248355.jpg"><img alt="091014112304267321" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/091014112304267321.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>There's been plenty of focus lately on the rock-star status of young butchers, but not nearly enough on the proteins they prepare.</p> <p>But the just-opened Chelsea Market shop from "meat curator" Jake Dickson will change this, with NYC's most intimate meat counter to date: a large, glass-enclosed cutting room where you can watch the guts and glory of whole-beast butchering.</p> <p>Dickson's goal: to provide a "candy shop for carnivores" full of handpicked proteins that arrive fresh from local farms. In addition to standard butcher-case cuts, his offerings will include specialty poultry (guinea hen, partridge and goose) and the more underrated parts of lamb, pork and beef.</p> <p>The multipurpose space also houses a classroom and lunch counter, where chef Gabe Ross (an alum of Savoy and Gramercy Tavern) creates a rotating menu of hearty sandwiches made with pulled pork, lamb shanks and braised beef. And the giant in-house smoker will allow him to make custom bacon, ham and sausages.</p> <p>If you want to get even closer to your protein, butchering classes will be offered in the see-through cutting room, where all can watch your handiwork (or lack thereof).</p> <p>Dickson's Farmstand Meats <br />Chelsea Market <br />75 Ninth Ave. <br />(between 15th and 16th sts.); </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://dicksonsfarmstand.com" target="_blank">http://dicksonsfarmstand.com</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/7430-dickson-s-farmstand-meats-opens-in-chelsea-market">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Wed, 14 Oct 2009 11:23:04 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/7430 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/7430 Venerated West Coast kimchi comes east Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/09110312073862147.jpg"><img alt="09110312073877206" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/09110312073877206.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Lauryn Chun thinks her mother makes the best kimchi in the world.</p> <p>She's not the only one: Chun's mother, Young Ja, is the chef-owner of Jang Mo Gip, a Korean restaurant in Garden Grove, California, known for its excellent kimchi--not only in Orange County but also here in New York, where it has a small-but-devout fan base.</p> <p>For years, Chun has brought suitcases full of her mother's fiery kimchi back from California for her friends in the city. But now we can all try it: She recently launched MILKimchi, a pungent, probiotic product made from her family's recipe and named after her mother's restaurant (Jang Mo Gip is Korean for "mother-in-law's house").</p> <p>A wine industry vet, Chun sees many parallels between kimchi and wine, so much so that she offers pairing advice on MILKimchi's website: Dry Furmint and Txacoli both work with kimchi's pungent spiciness; Chardonnay doesn't. Try it for yourself at Bowery and Vine wine shop this Saturday (4 to 7 p.m.), where you can sample MILKimchi alongside Chun's favorite pairings.</p> <p>Find MILKimchi at Marlow & Daughters or at Best Farm Fruits and Vegetables in the Essex Market, 120 Essex St. (between Rivington and Delancey sts.)</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://essexstreetmarket.com" target="_blank">http://essexstreetmarket.com</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/7598-venerated-west-coast-kimchi-comes-east">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 03 Nov 2009 12:07:38 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/7598 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/7598 Knife Sharpening Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Henry Westpfal & Co. <br />115 W. 25th [6th/7th] <br />212.563.5990</p> <p>has been sharpening knives since 1874 – so you know your blades are in good hands. And you can do a lot of damage to your knives by taking them to a local store (or roaming truck) that sharpens by putting the blades into a machine. The only good way, which the company uses, is the wet wheel method, in which the blade is carefully pressed against a spinning wheel that is frequently lubricated with water. Sharpening without water can burn the metal. The skill of the grinder is important, too: one wrong touch and your blade will never be the same. <br />For Japanese-style knives, <br />Korin, 57 Warren <br />[W. Bway/Church] <br />212.587.7021</p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/7691-knife-sharpening">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Mon, 16 Nov 2009 13:47:09 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/7691 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/7691 Street Tamales in Upper Manhattan Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/091215094841196591.jpg"><img alt="091215094841203653" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/091215094841203653.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/514388" target="_blank">http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/514388</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/8030-street-tamales-in-upper-manhattan">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 15 Dec 2009 09:48:41 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/8030 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/8030 Urbani white truffle paste Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/091215100619453264.jpg"><img alt="091215100619461253" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/091215100619461253.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>A wee wee wee bit goes a long way.</p> <p>$79. </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://urbanitrufflesonline.com" target="_blank">http://urbanitrufflesonline.com</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/8031-urbani-white-truffle-paste">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 15 Dec 2009 10:06:19 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/8031 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/8031 Who’s Your Daddy Bacon Potato Chips Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/091215111611991679.jpg"><img alt="091215111611999069" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/091215111611999069.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>These hand-fried potato chips are spiked with "a proprietary blend of some extra-bacony goodness." </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://baconpotatochips.com/" target="_blank">http://baconpotatochips.com/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/8041-whos-your-daddy-bacon-potato-chips">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 15 Dec 2009 11:16:12 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/8041 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/8041 Cardamom Coffee - Soho Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/09122114532174967.jpg"><img alt="09122114532185387" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/09122114532185387.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Though it's positively freezing out, I still can't pass up this treat whenever I walk past Prince Street on a lazy afternoon. The Cardamom Coffee ($3.81) at the Hampton Chutney Co. comes milked and sugared and heavily infused with the haunting warm sweetness of cardamom. Bundle up—this drink is only served iced.</p> <p>Hampton Chutney Co <br />68 Prince Street, New York, NY 10012 (map) <br />212-226-9996</p> <p></p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://hamptonchutney.com" target="_blank">http://hamptonchutney.com</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/8099-cardamom-coffee-soho">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Mon, 21 Dec 2009 14:53:21 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/8099 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/8099 Navitas Naturals Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/090113100505252242.jpg"><img alt="090113100505252452" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/090113100505252452.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>The modern world has made it easy for people to enjoy nutritious ingredients that are popular old icons in ancient cultures around the world, but that are still ‘new’ and unusual here in North America. Innovative health-minded chefs are at the cutting edge of the hot ‘ancient superfood’ trend and are creating delicious recipes to help people experience the flavor and energy of these culinary curiosities. </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.navitasnaturals.com/recipes/" target="_blank">http://www.navitasnaturals.com/recipes/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/2766-navitas-naturals">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 13 Jan 2009 10:03:38 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/2766 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/2766 Tedone Latticini Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>597 Metropolitan Ave. <br />(between Leonard and Lorimer sts.) <br />Brooklyn <br />718-387-5830</p> <p>Long before Williamsburg was a hotbed of steampunk artisans and meat maestros, it had culinary street cred in the form of Georgiana DePalma Tedone.</p> <p>Her small storefront, Tedone Latticini, houses a modest, well-manicured selection of Italian goods, but the real draw is the fresh mozzarella this ivory-haired nonagenarian has been making by hand every morning for more than 75 years.</p> <p>And though anyone can now make his or her own at home, Tedone crafts her mozzarella using the same technique she learned at her parents' dairy counter--the proof of these years of experience lies in the unmatched flavor of her cheese.</p> <p>And we're not alone in thinking so: The perfectly salted, creamy balls ($6) sell out so quickly, they're usually gone by lunchtime.</p> <p>Get there early and incorporate the mozzarella into a delicious sandwich with Prosciutto di Parma and sweet roasted peppers, or pair the cheese with the special house-made roast beef (available only early Saturday mornings), nestled between pockets of crunchy Italian bread.</p> <p></p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/8515-tedone-latticini">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Mon, 11 Jan 2010 12:14:41 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/8515 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/8515 Juice Generation Place <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/100112092116883191.jpg"><img alt="100112092116888353" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/100112092116888353.jpg" /></a><br/> <img src="http://maps.google.com/maps/api/staticmap?center=40.7323,-74.0014&zoom=14&size=300x300&maptype=roadmap&markers=color:red|label:A|40.7323,-74.0014&sensor=false"><br/> 171 West 4th Street, New York, NY 10014<br /> <br /><br /> 212-242-0440 <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Fresh squeezed juices</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.juicegeneration.com/" target="_blank">http://www.juicegeneration.com/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/8521-juice-generation">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> 40.7323 -74.0014 Tue, 12 Jan 2010 09:21:16 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/8521 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/8521 Saint Cupcakes Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/10011210314382088.jpg"><img alt="10011210314393147" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/10011210314393147.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>A step-by-step in photos to an order from Saint Cupcake.</p> <p>Cupcakes come in kits of 3, 6 or 12. once you choose your quantity, you can use our magical cupcake selector to build your kit. you pick your icings, you pick your sprinkles- we’ll package it all up in a perfect kit, complete with an icing wand and easy-peasy decorating tips. then we’ll pop it in the post to you! easy, sweet and delicious! </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://saintcupcake.com/index.php/flight/cupcakes" target="_blank">http://saintcupcake.com/index.php/flight/cupcakes</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/8527-saint-cupcakes">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 12 Jan 2010 10:31:43 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/8527 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/8527 Basis Good Food Delivery Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/100112121518835309.jpg"><img alt="100112121518835538" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/100112121518835538.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>With the New Year comes a new beginning! Next week we are launching our new home and office delivery service, Good Food to You. What better time than 2010 to start eating good food at a great price. As always, all the food that we source comes from small to mid-sized family farms and is traditional, localized and 100% traceable.</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="https://spreadsheets.google.com/a/basisfoods.com/viewform?formkey=dG01M1BmREpFdk1TczdUMl81YlBKcmc6MA" target="_blank">https://spreadsheets.google.com/a/basisfoods.com/viewform...</a></div> </div> <h2 style="margin-bottom: 0; padding-bottom: 0;"><img src="http://www.corkboard.it/images/icons/comment.png" alt="Comments" class="icon" /> Comments</h2> <div id="comment_roll"> <div class="comment_box" style="margin-bottom: 10px;"> <div style="float: left; padding: 3px 8px 0px 0px;"><a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish"><img src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish" width="36" height="36"></a></div> <div class="comment_body"><p>For more information about Basis and our mission of good food for all you can visit our website at: <a href="http://www.basisfoods.com" target="_blank">www.basisfoods.com</a> </p></div> <div class="byline">almost {{count}} years ago by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a></div> </div> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/8530-basis-good-food-delivery">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 12 Jan 2010 12:15:18 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/8530 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/8530 Bobolink Dairy - Seasonal Cheese Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/100209153843723036.jpg"><img alt="100209153843750732" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/100209153843750732.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>While its supplies last, this Greenmarket fixture is selling chunks of Endgame, a deliciously ripe, end-of-season cheese made from raw, grass-fed cow's milk.</p> <p>Unlike the solid cubes of rich cheese that White (pictured) generally has on hand, Endgame's rind can barely contain its yellow colored interior, a slightly sweet and pungent ooze that White compares to room-temperature fondue.</p> <p>Eat it with a spoon or spread it on Bobolink's wood-oven-baked breads, which White sells alongside the cheese at the Union Square Greenmarket on Fridays and at Tucker Square (66th St. and Broadway) on Saturdays. </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://shop.cowsoutside.com/" target="_blank">http://shop.cowsoutside.com/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/9104-bobolink-dairy-seasonal-cheese">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 09 Feb 2010 15:38:43 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/9104 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/9104 Life Thyme Market Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/100209171145477192.jpg"><img alt="100209171145504103" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/100209171145504103.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>410 Avenue of the Americas <br />(btwn 8th + 9th Street) <br />New York, NY 10011-8416 <br />(212) 420-9099 </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.lifethymemarket.com/" target="_blank">http://www.lifethymemarket.com/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/9110-life-thyme-market">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 09 Feb 2010 17:11:45 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/9110 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/9110 Fat Toad Farm Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p><a href="http://www.fattoadfarm.com/" target="_blank">http://www.fattoadfarm.com/</a></p> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/9241-fat-toad-farm">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Wed, 03 Mar 2010 09:57:46 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/9241 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/9241 Hand crafted exotic syrups Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/100323113126919772.jpg"><img alt="100323113126970518" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/100323113126970518.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Take your next guests on a tropical staycation with small-batch, artisanal syrups in flavors like vanilla and cinnamon.</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.tradertiki.com/store/" target="_blank">http://www.tradertiki.com/store/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/11101-hand-crafted-exotic-syrups">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 23 Mar 2010 11:31:27 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/11101 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/11101 Chef Cordelia - Popcorn Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/10032311474350436.jpg"><img alt="10032311474364033" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/10032311474364033.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Get sweet and savory snacking accomplished with a bowl of Chef Cordelia gourmet caramel popcorn in flavors like bacon truffle and orange chipotle.</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://chefcordelia.com/Popcorn.html" target="_blank">http://chefcordelia.com/Popcorn.html</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/11105-chef-cordelia-popcorn">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 23 Mar 2010 11:47:43 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/11105 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/11105 J' Chanceux Macaron Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/100514113233569931.jpg"><img alt="100514113233593805" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/100514113233593805.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>202A Mott St. <br />(between Kenmare and Spring sts.) <br />New York <br />718-916-5119</p> <p>Diminutive treats get a warm-weather filling <br /> <br />It's counterintuitive, to say the least, that adding ice cream to pastry would make it less sweet.</p> <p>But such was Vivian Lay's line of thinking when she dreamed up macarons with a frozen center.</p> <p>Sugar metrics aside, the "ice macarons" ($1.75 for one; $10 for six) that Lay now offers alongside their traditional brethren at her store, J'Chanceux Macaron, have only further cemented this delicate French pastry as the ingenue of the dessert world.</p> <p>And it's receiving top billing with Lay. Located within Nolita's Green Apple Gelato, J'Chanceux Macaron offers 40 flavors, from the conservative (vanilla, caramel) to the exotic (Japanese wasabi, black sesame, rum). On a recent visit, we satisfied an early-morning cheese Danish craving with Lay's whimsical cream-cheese-cinnamon macaron.</p> <p>But as the mercury rises, we'll be taking our meringue cold. Lay can make a batch of ice macarons with any of her flavors, a fact that should strike fear into the hearts of ice cream sandwich purveyors everywhere.</p> <p>Summer, we're ready for you.</p> <p> <br /> </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://tastingtable.com/ecs/2883.htm?sid=138761" target="_blank">http://tastingtable.com/ecs/2883.htm?sid=138761</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/11580-j-chanceux-macaron">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Fri, 14 May 2010 11:32:33 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/11580 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/11580 Tennessee T-Cakes Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/100518103405126179.jpg"><img alt="100518103405154053" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/100518103405154053.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>There’s the original flavor, plus Key lime, luscious lemon, and even chocolate truffle to choose from. And because they come in bags of two or packs with as many as six dozen, you can always keep them on hand — say, as a snack for a spur-of-the-moment party. </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://tntcakes.com" target="_blank">http://tntcakes.com</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/11616-tennessee-t-cakes">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 18 May 2010 10:34:05 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/11616 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/11616 Truffled Lavender Honey Recipe Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/100518103606265221.jpg"><img alt="100518103606273790" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/100518103606273790.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Jose Garces’s Truffled Lavender Honey</p> <p>Ingredients: <br />8 oz. clover honey <br />2 tbsp. lavender flowers (you can get them at Essene). <br />2 oz. white truffle oil</p> <p>1. Combine honey and lavender in a sauce pot and bring to 180° (use a candy thermometer). Remove from heat. <br />2. Whisk for one minute and strain to remove flowers. <br />3. Whisk in truffle oil. <br />4. Let cool and stir before serving (honey and oil separate). <br />5. Commence bingeing.</p> <p>Also available at: <br />Amada <br />217-219 Chestnut Street <br />Philadelphia, PA 19106 <br />215-625-2450 </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://amadarestaurant.com" target="_blank">http://amadarestaurant.com</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/11617-truffled-lavender-honey-recipe">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 18 May 2010 10:36:06 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/11617 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/11617 Fire Lady Honey Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/100518103802279990.jpg"><img alt="100518103802302540" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/100518103802302540.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Fire Lady (a.k.a. Marcie Davis) harvests honey from hives that live in her backyard and sells her blends along with mixtures from other local beekeepers. Current varieties include citrusy orange blossom and fresh tropical wildflower. And, since they’re raw and unfiltered, they contain minerals, enzymes, and antioxidants.</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.firelady.com/products.asp?cat=18" target="_blank">http://www.firelady.com/products.asp?cat=18</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/11618-fire-lady-honey">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 18 May 2010 10:38:02 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/11618 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/11618 Quince and Apple Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/100518103907943454.jpg"><img alt="100518103907957751" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/100518103907957751.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Quince and Apple spreadables are made in Madison, Wisconsin, by too-cute mix master couple Matt and Clare Stoner Fehsenfeld, who met at a college co-op. They work into the wee hours producing bright, fresh jams in flavors like orange marmalade with lemon, pear with honey and ginger, and figs with black tea. Ingredients are locally sourced, often from Wisconsin orchards and farms, and organic when possible.</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://quinceandapple.com" target="_blank">http://quinceandapple.com</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/11619-quince-and-apple">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 18 May 2010 10:39:08 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/11619 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/11619 Honibe -100 percent pure dried honey Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/10051810401545941.jpg"><img alt="10051810401546169" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/10051810401546169.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>After searching the world (literally) for nonmessy, all-natural, pure honey to no avail, a young gent decided to make it himself. And the Honibe brand was born. Each drop is made of 100 percent pure dried honey without any additives or binding agents. You simply drop it in tea or coffee, stir, and enjoy the sweetness.</p> <p></p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://honibe.com" target="_blank">http://honibe.com</a></div> </div> <h2 style="margin-bottom: 0; padding-bottom: 0;"><img src="http://www.corkboard.it/images/icons/comment.png" alt="Comments" class="icon" /> Comments</h2> <div id="comment_roll"> <div class="comment_box" style="margin-bottom: 10px;"> <div style="float: left; padding: 3px 8px 0px 0px;"><a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish"><img src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish" width="36" height="36"></a></div> <div class="comment_body"><p>Just ordered these, so excited to try them. The website said they are also wonderful lozenges for sore throats!</p></div> <div class="byline">over {{count}} years ago by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a></div> </div> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/11620-honibe-100-percent-pure-dried-honey">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 18 May 2010 10:40:15 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/11620 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/11620 Salumeria Biellese Place <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/100726105551237357.jpg"><img alt="100726105551265810" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/100726105551265810.jpg" /></a><br/> <img src="http://maps.google.com/maps/api/staticmap?center=40.7489,-73.9956&zoom=14&size=300x300&maptype=roadmap&markers=color:red|label:A|40.7489,-73.9956&sensor=false"><br/> 378 8th Avenue , New York, NY<br /> <br /><br /> (212)736-7376 <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>We are located two blocks south of Madison Square Garden at: <br />378 8th Avenue (Corner of 29th Street) </p> <p>Business Hours: <br />Monday-Friday 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM <br />Saturday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM</p> <p>At Salumeria Biellese, we have been making fresh sausages and salumi since 1925. As descendants from the Province of Biella in Italy's Piedmont region, we feature Old World Style Italian and Mediterranean products with an emphasis on quality and flavor. Generations have passed, but our philosophy remains the same.</p> <p>We use the highest quality ingredients from not only local farms in the Tri-State area, but also select farmers that we have been working with for many years. Our pork products feature 100% All-Natural Berkshire Hogs. We feel that this breed's delicate flavors are a beautiful match with our family's heirloom spice recipes. As well as being socially responsible, we are committed to bringing our customers the most authentic and flavorful products as possible.</p> <p>Please look over our complete list of products. If there are any questions that you have about a product, please do not hesitate to ask. We look forward to serving you.</p> <p>Benvenuti alla nostra famiglia!</p> <p></p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.salumeriabiellese.com/index.html" target="_blank">http://www.salumeriabiellese.com/index.html</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/12219-salumeria-biellese">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> 40.7489 -73.9956 Mon, 26 Jul 2010 10:55:51 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/12219 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/12219 Anarchy in a Jar Artisanal Jams Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/100727132400459795.jpg"><img alt="100727132400480249" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/100727132400480249.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>The perfect morning-after scenario is a stiff cuppa and some toast loaded with Laena McCarthy’s artisanal jam in a flavor like ginger pear, strawberry balsamic, or morello cherry.</p> <p>$5-$9.</p> <p></p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://anarchyinajar.com" target="_blank">http://anarchyinajar.com</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/12233-anarchy-in-a-jar-artisanal-jams">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 27 Jul 2010 13:24:00 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/12233 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/12233 The Hamptons Honey Company Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/100727132708995656.jpg"><img alt="10072713270932354" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/10072713270932354.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Busy bees deserve some honey, especially when it’s from The Hamptons Honey Company in New York. For bonus points, pair it with an old-fashioned dipper.</p> <p>$8-$25</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://hamptonshoney.com" target="_blank">http://hamptonshoney.com</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/12235-the-hamptons-honey-company">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 27 Jul 2010 13:27:09 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/12235 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/12235 America's Top 10 Desserts Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/100818112630326426.jpg"><img alt="100818112630443300" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/100818112630443300.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Alton Brown delivers the results of Food Network Magazine's search for the country's best food and drink.</p> <p>Notice Best Little Box of Chocolates is from Madison, Wisconsin!</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.foodnetwork.com/about-us/americas-best-top-ten-sweets/index.html" target="_blank">http://www.foodnetwork.com/about-us/americas-best-top-ten...</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/12349-america-s-top-10-desserts">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Wed, 18 Aug 2010 11:26:30 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/12349 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/12349 A zero-emission delivery service for your Greenmarket groceries Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/100825120049781158.jpg"><img alt="100825120049781414" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/100825120049781414.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>The amount of loot one can haul home from the Union Square Greenmarket varies directly with the size of one's biceps.</p> <p>For those trips when you find yourself with more produce-filled totes than you can carry, there's a saving grace: From Earth to Kitchen.</p> <p>Hail one of this new company's lime-green delivery tricycles to transport your groceries anywhere from 59th Street to Battery Park City with care--and sans carbon emissions (delivery service runs from $8 and up).</p> <p>You can also order a "recipe basket" stocked with the ingredients for a recipe supplied by a local chef (restaurants like Blue Hill, Del Posto, Mas (farmhouse) and Gramercy Tavern have also been using the delivery service since it launched in June). And the recently launched Farmers' Lunch Menu provides seasonal, prepared foods from the Greenmarket delivered to homes and offices (click here for this week's menu). This fall will bring a solar-powered refrigerator bike to keep fish, meat and milk cold.</p> <p>In addition, after you've turned all that produce into dinner, From Earth to Kitchen will pick up your compost scraps (for free), thereby bringing the kitchen back to the earth.</p> <p>Find From Earth to Kitchen at the Union Square Greenmarket on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; 718-986-2948 or fromearthtokitchen.com (map/directions) </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://tastingtable.com/ecs/3623.htm?sid=138761" target="_blank">http://tastingtable.com/ecs/3623.htm?sid=138761</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/12424-a-zero-emission-delivery-service-for-your-greenmarket-groceries">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Wed, 25 Aug 2010 12:00:49 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/12424 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/12424 Pork on a Fork Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/100914113343748943.jpg"><img alt="100914113343749248" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/100914113343749248.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://porkonafork.foodzie.com/" target="_blank">http://porkonafork.foodzie.com/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/12590-pork-on-a-fork">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 14 Sep 2010 11:33:44 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/12590 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/12590 Bourbon-infused popcorn Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/101116095206102922.jpg"><img alt="101116095206103141" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/101116095206103141.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Infused with bourbon and stout, the not-too-sweet snack delivers a boozy flavor without the next-day hangover.</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.metropolitanbakery.com/bakery/popcorn/" target="_blank">http://www.metropolitanbakery.com/bakery/popcorn/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/12911-bourbon-infused-popcorn">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Tue, 16 Nov 2010 09:52:06 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/12911 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/12911 La Boîte Place <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/101117121009881847.jpg"><img alt="101117121009890599" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/101117121009890599.jpg" /></a><br/> <img src="http://maps.google.com/maps/api/staticmap?center=40.7666,-73.9939&zoom=14&size=300x300&maptype=roadmap&markers=color:red|label:A|40.7666,-73.9939&sensor=false"><br/> 724 11th Avenue, New York, NY<br /> <br /><br /> 212-247-4407 <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>After creating dozens of custom spice blends for many the country's top chefs (and launching a line of seasonal, art-inspired cookies and biscuits), Lior Lev Sercarz wants to spice up your life, too.</p> <p>Tomorrow, the former Daniel chef will open the doors of La Boîte, a shop/art gallery/teaching kitchen in Hell's Kitchen. There he will sell his wares, teach cooking classes and display the works of the artists featured in his latest release of La Boîte à Biscuits.</p> <p>If one of the 40 spice blends (many of them born out of projects for chefs) on offer doesn't entice, Sercarz will work with you to create a bespoke mix and--with your blessing--sell it in the shop. He'll also set you up with a tasting menu featuring your blend at one of his favorite restaurants.</p> <p>Right now, the shop is appointment-only (call ahead to set up a visit), but in the coming months, there will be cooking classes, demos and other special events.</p> <p></p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://laboiteny.com" target="_blank">http://laboiteny.com</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/12917-la-boite">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> 40.7666 -73.9939 Wed, 17 Nov 2010 12:10:10 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/12917 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/12917 Foodshed Market on Sundays Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/110113115627640615.jpg"><img alt="110113115627640923" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/110113115627640923.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>If you want to get your farmers' market shopping done without freezing, check out the indoor Foodshed market in Boerum Hill. When you're done filling your baskets with local produce, Mangalitsa pork, and fish from Montauk, indulge in a lobster roll from Luke's Lobster, crab cakes from National Crab, vegan soup from Corey Belle, jam bars from Swoon Sweets & Savories and toffee from Pure Goodie--plus live music. </p> <p>Foodshed market at The Commons Brooklyn <br />388 Atlantic Ave. (at Bond St.) <br />Brooklyn <br />347-689-3908</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://foodshedmarket.com/" target="_blank">http://foodshedmarket.com/</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/13279-foodshed-market-on-sundays">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Thu, 13 Jan 2011 11:56:27 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/13279 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/13279 Jersey Farms Tomatoes are a winter dinner savior Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/11020711324466819.jpg"><img alt="11020711324467038" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/11020711324467038.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Grown by a cooperative of six farmers in southern New Jersey, these tomatoes were picked at their prime last August 27, then crushed (with a little salt), packed and canned--all within 24 hours and without preservatives or added water.</p> <p>Find Jersey Farms Crushed Tomatoes at Fresh Direct, Dean and Deluca, Stinky Bklyn, Greene Grape Provisions, Bklyn Larder, Union Market, The Brooklyn Kitchen, Court Street Grocers and Murray's Cheese. </p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://primiziefinefoods.com/Crushed-Tomatoes-P717.aspx" target="_blank">http://primiziefinefoods.com/Crushed-Tomatoes-P717.aspx</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/13470-jersey-farms-tomatoes-are-a-winter-dinner-savior">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Mon, 07 Feb 2011 11:32:44 -0500 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/13470 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/13470 Federal Pretzel Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/110318101201636705.jpg"><img alt="110318101201654401" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/110318101201654401.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>Federal Mini Box - 18 count <br />All are fresh baked and shipped without the salt (bald), but salt is included along with the directions on how to apply.</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.shop.federalpretzel.biz/product.sc?categoryId=1&amp;productId=2" target="_blank">http://www.shop.federalpretzel.biz/product.sc?categoryId=...</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/13730-federal-pretzel">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Fri, 18 Mar 2011 10:12:01 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/13730 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/13730 Island Creek Oyster Farm Now Delivers Nationwide Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/110404124036584610.jpg"><img alt="110404124036599548" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/110404124036599548.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <p>We’re firm believers that wherever you can wield a shucking knife, you can enjoy an oyster. Over a couple beers on the back lawn, with a group of friends at your next dinner party, or standing over the kitchen sink as you cook (it’s what we like to do). Lucky for you, we ship our oysters to any address in the United States, straight from the waters of Duxbury Bay to your door in 24 hours. All of the oysters we send are grown right here by our group of Duxbury based growers. As for flavor, you’ll get a slap of salinity up front, followed by what Skip likes to call a buttery, mossy finish. We think you’ll enjoy them naked or with just a squeeze of lemon. So go ahead and pull out the knife, the lemon wedge, and a little bit of ice. We’ll provide the oysters.</p> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.islandcreekoysters.com/store/fresh-seafood" target="_blank">http://www.islandcreekoysters.com/store/fresh-seafood</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/15557-island-creek-oyster-farm-now-delivers-nationwide">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Mon, 04 Apr 2011 12:40:36 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/15557 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/15557 Mike's Hot Honey Unknown <div class="posting_snippet"> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/1107181205289851.jpg"><img alt="11071812052860548" src="http://www.corkboard.it//uploads/p_resized/11071812052860548.jpg" /></a><br/> <div class="info"> <div class="snippet_description"> <div class="posting_url"><a href="http://www.mikeshothoney.com/Home.html" target="_blank">http://www.mikeshothoney.com/Home.html</a></div> </div> <div id="comment_roll"> </div> <div class="byline"> Posted by <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/viewprofile/talk2trish">Patricia</a> <img width="35" height="35" src="http://www.corkboard.it/viewphoto/talk2trish"><br/><br/> <a href="http://www.corkboard.it/posting/grab/17504-mike-s-hot-honey">Grab</a> </div> </div> </div> <br/> Mon, 18 Jul 2011 12:05:28 -0400 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/17504 http://www.corkboard.it/posting/show/17504