good morning. One of the best things to eat in New York City right now is Celery Victorprovided by Inga’s bar Located in Brooklyn Heights. A cold salad based on Came out of a San Francisco hotel over a century ago: Stewed celery stalk vinaigrette with anchovies. At Inga’s Bar, garnish your plate with fresh celery, vegetables, herbs, chunks of Parmesan cheese, and pickled mustard seeds.
I’m not the only one who likes this. Our own Pete Wells, who reviewed Inga’s in May, raved about it. They always take the time to text me a picture of a celery Victor with a heart emoji and OMG, as do most people I send to restaurants.
Some editors send reporters to cover Water Commission parades and hearings. The New York Times Cooking sends them to your kitchen. Our own girlfriend Alexa Weibel he just returned from Inga’s and the chef he did a good report on Tirzah Stashko’s cooking and developed his recipe. Celery Victor (Top) You can make everything at home. I could eat that salad once a week. If you made it today, I hope you feel the same way.
Here are the top easy wins of the week: Roasted chickpea and tomato feta cheeseThe cheese and tomatoes are softened under a mixture of olive oil, honey and chili flakes, while the chickpeas soak up all the flavor. all good!
Cooked with more tomatoes, this time with lots of chili and spices, this fast-track version of what is known as Pakistani cuisine. chicken karahiExcellent compatibility with basmati rice.
try this Harissa and miso spaghetti, you will never look at carbonara exactly the same again. big spice! Great flavor! It could become your monthly rotation.
And now we can welcome the weekend Stir-fried Sea Bream with Creole Sauce, you want fillets suitable for weeknights, rather than the more traditional whole fish. It’s delicious with plenty of hot sauce.
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Today, nothing to do with bacon and parsnips, but “via ferratas” — steel rungs, bridges, ladders and cable iron roads permanently bolted to rock walls and ledges in the wilderness — run all over Colorado. to delight thrill-seekers. I don’t have much (if any) experience in mountaineering or rock climbing. but, Written by Julie Dugdale for 5280which may not actually be a good thing.
First published in 1999, I’m just catching up. If you haven’t read it yet,Breakout: Operation Korean Reservoir, 1950by Martin Russ.
trainspotting, american style, Smithsonian Magazine. cool photo. Even The Times can take a train from New York to Berkshire for the first time in 50 years.
Finally, here is a poem by Ben Lerner published in The New York Review of Books.meridian response’ Read it and come back on Monday.