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Quick Barbecue Sauce

A great all-around barbecue sauce from The Cook’s Illustrated Guide to Grilling and Barbecue. It tastes like it took all day to make, but it is really quite simple.

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Dry Rub for Barbecue

When we used this recipe from The Cook’s Illustrated Guide To Grilling And Barbecue to season 5 pork shoulders, we doubled this recipe and ended up with just the right amoung. For 1 pork shoulder, this should do, and you’ll […]

restaurants

Fink’s BBQ in Suffern

I haven’t had Fink’s barbecue since he was manning the smokers down at Bailey’s in Blauvelt. But our after our trip to Secor Farm we were hankering for lunch, and what should we discover but his Suffern outpost! Here’s the […]

restaurants

So Good in Closter

Out with my crew for lunch in Jersey at So Good, a new Korean barbecue restaurant that opened just a few days earlier. The restaurant is very cool and modern: Panchan: Cooking on the grill in the center of the […]

entertaining

Party at Kris and Bill’s!

Kris and Bill threw a Fourth of July barbecue, and the food, of course, was excellent. Marinated chicken. Sausage. Spanakopita. Salads. Unfortunately, I did not photograph said food. I did, however, photograph Bock’s hot dog Tshirt: And Samantha in an […]

entertaining

Neighborhood Party at Faye’s

A low-key, laid-back, super-fun barbecue at Faye’s, where the kids can play in her big yard and the adults can relax and catch up. Children!   As you can see in the photo below, Jessie brought out the good camera. […]

outings

Big Day of Birthday Fun

A big city day to celebrate my birthday. First, a trip to MoMA, then lunch at The Modern, a matinee, and dinner at a barbecue joint. We even had a nightcap back in Nyack. Day drinking! Gin cocktail, with apricot, […]

family

Labor Day at Oratamin

Swim races, diving competitions, little rubber duckies and a delicious pot-luck barbecue — what a terrific way to spend the last day of summer. Here’s a look at the Labor Day Games at Oratamin. Candy hunt: Duck relay: Tomato-quinoa salad […]

family

Sarah’s First Communion

Sarah O’Donnell made her first communion Saturday and we all celebrated with a backyard barbecue at Kelli’s. Speidies, brought from Vestal! Yes, please. Sarah with her cake!

By Cuisine

Asian Double Crown Haiku Ma Peche Momofuku Noodle Bar Momofuku Noodle Bar Fried Chicken Dinner Momofuku Ssam Bar American 1770 House Alias Angus McIndoe Antoine McGuire’s Bailey’s BGR The Burger Joint Birdsall House Blue Moon Diner Cafe Soleil Cheese Boy […]

By Location

New York Amagansett: Cyril’s Armonk: Restaurant North Beacon: Poppy’s Blauvelt: Lanie Lou’s Cafe Buttermilk Falls: Henry’s Farm to Table Brooklyn: Franny’s, Franny’s in 2012; Marlow & Sons, Prime Meats, Red Hook Lobster Pound, Roberta’s, Saltie, Totonno’s, Vinegar Hill House Bronx: Dominick’s Chappaqua: Le Jardin du Roi Chatham: Ralph’s Pretty Good Cafe Congers: Restaurant X, in 2008. Restaurant X: Super Bowl Croton-on-Hudson: Ocean […]

Sauces, Dressings, Marinades and Condiments

Applesauce Arugula Pesto Brine for Chicken, Turkey and Pork Candied Olives Creamy Lemon-Chive Dressing Cranberry Port-Conserve (Liz’s Cranberry Sauce) Cranberry Relish (Greg’s Cranberry Sauce) Crock Pot Caramelized Onions Dinosaur Creole Seasoning Dinosaur Dry Rub Dinosaur Mutha Sauce Dry Brine for […]

Side Dishes

Alice’s Corn Salad Asparagus and Radish Salad with Mint Baked Beans Baked Polenta Beet and Goat Cheese Salad with Pickled Onions and Cilantro Beets with Miso Dressing Bok Choy with Sesame and Ginger Braised Green Beans Braised Savoy Cabbage Brussels […]

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Pre-Theater Dining at Casellula in Midtown

Casellula, a cozy little wine and cheese bar, really is an oasis in midtown for pre-theater dining, especially if you’re heading to a theater that’s a little north of Times Square. I’ve covered Casellula several times already, so I won’t […]

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Dinner at Dinosaur BBQ

Let’s see: Somewhat near the Cloisters? Delicious food? Kid-friendly? Bingo: Dinosaur BBQ. That is my lovely combo platter with pulled pork, brisket and ribs along with salt potatoes and an iceberg wedge. Man oh man was that delicious. Sam had […]

family, outings

Concert in the Park

The concert in the park nearly wasn’t this week. A band member was more than an hour late! But that didn’t stop us from enjoying our lovely supper of Asian Barbecued Chicken, Doris’ Cucumber Salad and Black Rice with Mango […]

recipes

Recipe: Franklin’s Espresso BBQ Sauce

Frankin BBQ used to be in a trailer that shared a parking lot with a coffee roaster. An espresso barbecue sauce was a natural. From Texas Eats by Robb Walsh. Frankin’s Espresso BBQ Sauce Makes about 7 cups. 4 cups […]

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Aaron Franklin’s Butcher Paper Brisket

SCF fans may remember our trip to Franklin Barbecue back in 2010. Well that little barbecue trailer has become the most popular barbecue restaurant in Austin, which is to say it is some of the most popular barbecue in the country. […]

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Dinner at Danji in Midtown

Gastropub? Sounds great. Korean? Sounds great. Small plates? Yes, sounds great. All three, in the same restaurant? Sounds really great. And it was — sometimes. Like now: Spicy yellowtail sashimi, cho jang, jalapeno And now: Bo ssam: braised pork belly, […]