Ring in 2020 with one of the best parties in the borough.
This week, join them as they release a new issue, discuss their upcoming cookbook, share publishing insights and—of course—party.
I’m ashamed to say I can’t remember the first meal I ate at Diner, but there have been plenty since that I’ll never forget.
The man who defined the Brooklyn food scene—and then redefined it—is at it again.
Years ago, long before I’d ever been to Italy, I found a copy of the 2001 cookbook Saveur Cooks Authentic Italian: Savoring the Recipes and Traditions of the World’s Favorite Cuisine. I took to the tome like I was a 13-year-old who stumbled across some dimestore bodice ripper. In other words, I devoured every page. And in particular, I was taken with a salad called Puntarelle con Salsa di Acciughe.
Like skinny jeans and TOMS shoes, horchata is hot. The ageold pearl-hued beverage-rice, roots or…