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Blue Hill Brings Vegetable Yogurt to the Masses

New York Eric Singerman 12 comments

Blue Hill announced last week that they're releasing a line of flavored yogurt. But don't expect vanilla and strawberry—they're going savory with four vegetable flavors: beet, squash, tomato, and carrot. More

16 Dishes That We Loved at the City Harvest Bid Against Hunger Gala

New York Chris Hansen 4 comments

At Serious Eats, we're all about food. And even when we're not reading or writing about it, we're perhaps thinking, idealizing, and dreaming about it. But we're also cognizant of the millions of New Yorkers who don't have ready access to food, which is why we're down with City Harvest, an organization that for over 25 years, has helped to feed the New York City's hungry. And in order to fund this massive effort (they estimate they'll rescue 30 million lbs of food this year), they've partnered with some of the city's best restaurants to throw their annual Bid Against Hunger gala, which was held yesterday evening at the Metropolitan Pavilion. More

Snapshots From Blue Hill at Stone Barns

New York J. Kenji López-Alt 13 comments

Dinner at Blue Hill at Stone Barns is a unique experience, to say the least. Situated in the beautiful Pocantico Hills about 45 minutes north of the New York City, the restaurant is located in the middle of a fully functional farm and education center. Take a look at the farm, the food, and more! More

Mix It Up: The Dark and Carrot-y at Blue Hill

New York Laren Spirer Post a comment

[Photograph: Laren Spirer] Greenwich Village's Blue Hill is not a cocktail destination. Although Michelle Obama was reported to indulge in a martini or two when she went there with her husband on a date night, they, like many others,... More

The Meat and Chocolate Trend

Sweets Heather Rawlinson 19 comments

"As long as you stay on this side of the sweet-savory line, the meat and chocolate trend is a great one." Chocolate-covered bacon from Roni-Sue's. [Photographs: Robyn Lee] Chocolate and meat may have started with the Aztecs (in their thick,... More

Dan Barber on the Hipster Locavore Movement

New York Erin Zimmer Post a comment

"From the hipster perspective, I think people are just catching up to what other people already knew and supported for the last thirty to fifty years. This is not a new phenomenon," Dan Barber said in this roundtable discussion (about... More

In Videos: Chef Dan Barber Speaks on Sustainable Foie Gras

Erin Zimmer 17 comments

Last week, Dan Barber (Blue Hill) won this year's Outstanding Chef Beard Award. This video of him at the Taste3 conference in Napa Valley last year focuses on the politics of foie gras. More

Top 10 Greenmarket Restaurants in New York

New York Zach Brooks Post a comment

This June Blue Hill dish is obviously not available anymore. The New York Observer has released their list of the Top 10 greenmarket restaurants in New York City, and it's pretty strong. Not surprisingly they include Cookshop, Applewood, Telepan,... More

Stone Barns Wonders if You'd Like to See Where Your Meat Comes From

New York Zach Brooks 7 comments

Dan Barber is considering adding their slaughterhouse to the farm tour before diners eat at the Stone Barns location of Blue Hill. More

My James Beard Case for Dan Barber: A Food Porn Essay

New York Zach Brooks 5 comments

I have to admit that I am totally rooting for Dan Barber to take home Outstanding Chef at the James Beard Awards. An essay in pictures makes my case. More

The Healthiest Chains in the U.S.

Adam Kuban 2 comments

The magazine Health has named its healthiest top ten sit-down chain restaurants, top five fast food joints, and the best all-around indie restaurants in the nation. At No. 1 in sit-down chains? Uno Chicago Grill. Say wha? Yeah, it has a load of good-for-you options if you forgo the deep dish. Top fast foodery? Noodles & Company. Best independent? Blue Hill in New York City, run by Dan Barber.... More

The Power of Food Blogging

Adam Roberts 24 comments

Blogging has ousted political leaders, written dialog for Samuel L. Jackson, and forced Doogie Howser out of the closet. Food blogging is just beginning to gain power. Restaurateurs and chefs are starting to take notice of the strange quiet types scribbling notes and taking pictures of their food. More

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