'Saul Bolton' on Serious Eats

Food Artisans: Brooklyn Bangers

When Saul Bolton (of Michelin-starred Saul restaurant fame) opened The Vanderbilt, he wanted to emphasize the charcuterie program. He offered housemade sausages like boudin noir and kielbasa in what he calls "different food groups in the meat category": lamb, beef, pork, chicken. One of his regular customers, Eric Denby, impresario of the Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasburg, suggested that the sausages might be a good fit for the casual, open-air atmosphere of those markets, and Brooklyn Bangers was born. More

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