'David Chang' on Serious Eats

Duck Lunch at Momofuku Ssäm Bar

Here's our CliffsNotes version of Momofuku Ssäm Bar's new duck lunch: Go. Bring a friend. Order the duck bun and the rotisserie duck over rice, with scallion pancakes, and share those two plates. If you're of hearty appetite, add a side of broccoli (if you're down with fishy-creamy dressing; we are) or potatoes (if you like your potatoes soaked in rotisserie drippings; we do). You will leave full of duck and very happy. There's more to say, of course; but really. Duck bun. Rotisserie duck. Remember those two things. More

Beef 7 Ways at Ma Peche: The Review

As a regular indulgence, beef seven ways would surely shorten your life. But as a once-a-year feast, I can think of few better ways for serious beef eaters to get a serious cow fix. It represents the best of chef Tien Ho's cooking and Momofuku mastermind David Chang's influence—brilliant in conception and in execution, something that Chang's restaurants sometimes aren't in tandem. More

David and the Giant Peach

[Photo: Maro Hagopian] On "At Martha's Table," broadcast live by Sirius Radio last week, Martha Stewart hosted New York City's wonder-chef, David Chang of Momofuku. In the last five years, Chang has garnered three James Beard awards, two Michelin... More

Le Fooding Hits Le New York

"Do we need to enlist in a movement if we've already been moved?" [Photographs: Erin Zimmer] The folks of the French culinary organization Le Fooding brought their food, art, and design to New York this past weekend, and we were... More

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