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Chefs Daniel Boulud and Jim Burke on Remaking the French Classics

Jacqueline Raposo Post a comment

Chef Daniel Boulud closed down DB Bistro Moderne for a bit to give it an interior facelift and his new executive chef—Jim Burke from Philadelphia—plenty of time to test and revamp the new menu. We talk about how you remake a French classic that's already been a hit in your bistro for over ten years, and how to work with seasonal ingredients minus the trend factor. More

We Chat with Chef Daniel Boulud on his 20th New York Anniversary

Jacqueline Raposo Post a comment

This month Chef Daniel Boulud celebrates the 20th anniversary of his first New York restaurant, Daniel. With seven restaurants covering a wide range of French cuisine in New York alone and another seven restaurants worldwide, the result of all that intensity and focus has given him much to celebrate. And while we've been given generous glimpses into the festivities, it was his reflections on the New York scene in those 20 years and his part in it that we were most curious about. Here's what we found out. More

We Chat With Chef Gavin Kaysen of Café Boulud

Jacqueline Raposo 3 comments

Chef Gavin Kaysen is representing the U.S. at this year's Bocuse d'Or competition in France. He chats with us about how he prepares and what the competition gives back to him and his teammates. More

Dominique Ansel Bakery: The Latest Incredible Bakery From a Boulud Protégé

Ed Levine 12 comments

With the opening of the staggeringly good Dominique Ansel Bakery in Soho, one thing is perfectly clear: the best training a pastry chef can have in New York City is to work for Daniel Boulud. More

Pastries and More at Epicerie Boulud

Ed Levine 2 comments

Boulud Sud, the newest restaurant from esteemed French chef Daniel Boulud, may be getting a great deal of critical attention these days, but I've been finding the attached cafe-boulangerie-patisserie—Epicerie Boulud—just as fascinating. Daniel and crew are doing so much and on so many fronts that I can't fit all my thoughts in one post. So stay tuned for a full review later tonight. Right now? Let's talk about their pastries. More

The Art of the Lunch Deal: DBGB Kitchen and Bar

Art of the Lunch Deal Nick Solares 5 comments

DBGB Kitchen and Bar 299 Bowery New York NY 10003; map); 212-933-5300; danielnyc.com Service: Casual, familiar, more than competent Setting: Stark and cluttered all at once. Compare to: Balthazar, db Bistro Moderne, Lucien Cost: Three courses, $24.07 Previously: Tabla,... More

Mon Dieu! Daniel Boulud Biopic, French School Lunch Documentary

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[Photograph: Un Certain Goût de L’Amérique] If you find that French cinema has a certain je ne sais quoi, you might want to check out these upcoming foodcentric flicks. Un Certain Goût de L’Amérique: Daniel Boulud This biopic "traces... More

The Brunch Dish: Vermont Banger at DBGB

The Brunch Dish Nikki Goldstein 4 comments

A lot's been said about DBGB, Daniel Boulud's new downtown digs, but brunch hasn't been discussed much. I wondered why; a menu largely comprised of sausages seemed a perfect fit for a hearty morning meal. Truth be told, there's... More

What Kind of Vinegar does Daniel Boulud Use?

Erin Zimmer 2 comments

Halibut at DB Bistro Moderne is spritzed with asparagus vinegar. It's probably a question on the front of your mind. Over the last few weeks, Daniel Boulud has been spritzing only the finest tomato, cucumber, and asparagus vinegars from... More

The New Breed of NYC Hot Dogs: Are They Really Better?

Ed Levine 24 comments

The new fancypants hot dogs, or should I say haut dogs, are threatening to take away the glory from Gray's Papaya and other streetside dogs. But can chefs really improve on what many observers say is tubesteak perfection? More

First Look at DBGB, Daniel Boulud's New Brasserie on the Bowery

Erin Zimmer 5 comments

Daniel Boulud's new spot DBGB won't open until early June, but here are a few shots of the food to come. The classically-trained French chef is going for a brasserie-meets-diner menu, which includes matzoh ball soup, hot dogs, and a bunch of other sausages. More

On Banning Photography from Restaurants

Zach Brooks 60 comments

After hearing about photography being banned from one of New York's most popular new restaurants, we asked several restaurant-world bigwigs what their policy was. Mario Batali, David Chang, and Drew Nieporent weigh in. More

Is Bar Boulud Special Enough?

Ed Levine 5 comments

New York magazine food critic Adam Platt all but called Bar Boulud strikingly ordinary. Time Out New York's Randall Lane and the New York Daily News' Restaurant Girl concurred. They all seemed to come to the same conclusion: The food... More

Bar Boulud: Charcuterie Magnifique (Are We Ready for It?)

Ed Levine 5 comments

Bar Boulud's opening has been delayed (for a week or so according to Eater), but I taped a television piece there last week and got to taste charcutier Sylvain Gasdon's (a disciple of famed Parisian charcutier Gilles Verot) wares. Simply... More

Daniel Boulud Settles Bias Lawsuit

Ed Levine 2 comments

According to the New York Times: Daniel Boulud, one of New York’s most celebrated chefs, agreed yesterday to settle a federal lawsuit that accused him of discriminating against nonwhite employees, charges that have led to two years of demonstrations at... More

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