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In the Kitchen with Alex Stupak: The Empellon Push Project

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"Is molecular gastronomy out? Are hydrocolloids and concepts like deconstruction passé?" So challenges Chef Alex Stupak in his second incarnation of the Push Project. Last Thursday and Friday evening, he welcome his friend / former colleague at Alinea Chef Jordan Kahn of Red Medicine in Beverly Hills into his kitchen at Empellon Cocina to serve nine courses to a group of hungry guests. More

NYC Food Events for the Weekend (and Beyond)

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Prepare your own Roast Pork Steam Buns during Whole Foods' hands-on Essentials of Cantonese Cooking class. [Photograph: Robyn Lee] Thursday December 9 Edible Pursuit Thursday December 9th, 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Put your obscure knowledge of noise bands... More

Eating the Holidays at The Holiday Food Experiment

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Many belts were unbuckled at last weekend's Holiday Food Experiment, another jam-packed cook-off by Nick Suarez and Theo Peck, where attendees always leave well fed. More

Win Tickets to Edible Pursuit at Brooklyn Brewery

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Tickets are $20 (available here) and include two Brooklyn Brewery pints, food from the Meat Hook, and trivia admission. But we're giving away two pairs right here on Serious Eats. More

NYC Food Events for the Weekend (and Beyond)

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Try latkes at the Second Annual Latke Festival. [Photograph: Lucy Baker] Thursday December 2 Beer + Latkes Hanukkah Celebration Thursday December 2nd, 7:00 p.m. In its third year, this Hanukkah celebration and Sephardic music festival features latkes and beer... More

Coffee Chronicles: Upcoming Events

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Because nobody has enough to do this time of year, why not take some time to further your coffee education? Though you can taste dozens of amazing coffees on your own in New York City, there's really nothing like... More

NYC Food Events for the Weekend (and Beyond)

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DIY mozzarella during the Mozzarella Making class held at Murray's Cheese. [Photo: Robyn Lee] Saturday November 27 Finnish Christmas Fair Saturday November 27th, 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. From glogg to open-faced sandwiches to rice pudding, enjoy Finnish winter... More

NYC Food Events for the Weekend (and Beyond)

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Grab a morning meal at the New Amsterdam Market's Flapjack Breakfast. [Photo: Nick Solares] Thursday November 18 New York Gourmet Society Wine Tasting Thursday November 18th, 6:00 p.m. Grab your complimentary tasting glass and sample over 100 different wines from... More

NYC Food Events for the Weekend (and Beyond)

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Smørrebrød, like the ones available at the Danish Smørrebrød Festival this week. [Photo: dreafrei via Flickr] Thursday November 11 Quiches, Kugels, and Couscous: My Search for Jewish Cooking in France Thursday November 11th, 6:30 p.m. Cookbook author and New... More

Win Tickets to Three-Course Beer Dinner With Edible Manhattan

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[Photo: Erin Zimmer] Next Wednesday, November 17th, our friends over at Edible Manhattan are throwing a family-style beer dinner at Inside Park at St. Bart's. Three different courses (paired with Stella Artois, Leffe and Hoegaarden beers) are each inspired... More

NYC Food Events for the Weekend (and Beyond)

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Get excited for the annual Chocolate Show. [Photo: Robyn Lee] Friday November 5 Primal Cuts Panel Discussion Friday November 5th, 6:00 p.m. Author Marissa Guggiana talks meat, animal-raising practices, and the future of artisinal butchery with all sorts of... More

New York Taste: How To Tackle A Food Tasting (And Go Home Happy)

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[Photos: Jessica Leibowitz] Last night, I attended the 12th Annual New York Taste, sponsored by New York magazine. Over 40 chefs and mixologists tempted me with their creations, ranging from the classically wonderful apple cider donuts from Colicchio & Sons,... More

NYC Food Events for the Weekend (and Beyond)

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Beef stroganoff... sort of. One of the many dishes you'll learn to make at the Astor Center's Mad Men-inspired cooking class this week. [Photo: jeffreyw via Flickr] Ongoing though October 31 Seven Deadly Sins Tasting Menu Saturday October 30th... More

Big Gay Ice Cream Truck's Final Friday Party

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Salty Pimp at the Big Gay Ice Cream Truck. [Photo: Robyn Lee] With the end of October comes the end of the Big Gay Ice Cream Truck season. They'll have their final day of street sellin' on October 31st,... More

NYC Food Events for the Weekend (and Beyond)

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Mmm, soup. Get some at the Smith Street Soup Festival. [Photo: Robyn Lee] Ongoing Through October 30 The Sausage and Beer Festival Ongoing through October 30th In its fourteenth year, this festival, hosted by Simon Oren's Tour de France... More

NYC Food Events for the Weekend (and Beyond)

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Cupcakes from Butter Lane, one of the stops on the Comfort Food Walking Tour. [Photo: Robyn Lee] Saturday (October 16) Comfort Food Walking Tour Saturday October 16th 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Institute of Culinary Education grad Tia Cannon... More

New York Wine and Food Festival: Meatball Madness

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Meatballs from Pulino's. [Photographs: Hannah Smith-Drelich] At Meatball Madness, part of the Food Network's New York Wine & Food Festival, the name of the game was secret ingredients. There may have been only meatballs served at Thursday night's event,... More

NYC Food Events for the Weekend and Beyond

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Nasi Lemak is one of the many Malaysian dishes that are free to sample from the Malaysian Kitchen Cart until November 19th. [Photo: Robyn Lee] Ongoing New York City Wine and Food Festival Through Sunday October 10th Get swept... More

Brewers and Rare Beers Shine at NYC Brewer's Choice

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[Photographs: Christopher Lehault and Maggie Hoffman] Here's what makes a beer event truly great: 1. Delicious beer that you can't necessarily buy at your local store. 2. A chance to interact with the knowledgeable folks behind the beers. The... More

A Brunch Benefit at Franny's for Edible Schoolyard NYC

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I am a huge fan of both Franny's chef-owner Andrew Feinberg's low-key but well-executed cooking and the Edible Schoolyard, so when I saw that Feinberg was rustling up an impressive brunch spread for an Edible Schoolyard NYC benefit this Sunday from 12 noon to 3 p.m., I got really excited. More

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