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Prune, 54 East 1st Street, New York City Having savored every word of Gabrielle Hamilton’s candidly written memoir, Blood, Bones & Butter: The Inadvertent Education of a Reluctant Chef, which details her unconventional and often challenging odyssey beginning at adolescence, … Continue reading
I’ve eaten at Prune five, maybe six times. That’s enough for it to be one of my favorite NYC restaurants. Once was enough for that really. It’s a small, cool place, with an eclectic group of people inside, and the … Continue reading
Murder, Macarons, the Marseillaise and more… at the Commonwealth Club Bastille Day 2011. The “gold room” at the Commonwealth in San Francisco was briefly transported to Paris as Cara Black, author of the Aimee Leduc detective series discussed her most … Continue reading
By Cathy Curtis The crowd surged in through the doors of the Ferry Building before 6 p.m., anticipating the culinary experience awaiting them just behind the ropes and the friendly CUESA volunteers. CUESA’s (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture) Summer … Continue reading
By Mika Chall My visit to the Flatiron district is never complete without a stop at Fishs Eddy (19th and Broadway), where I summon every ounce of self-restraint to not succumb to the siren call of floor-to-ceiling trays, glassware, dishes … Continue reading