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ABC Cocina: Great Seasonal Latin, If You Can Stand the Wait

New York J. Kenji López-Alt 5 comments

Like its neighboring restaurant ABC Kitchen—also a Jean-Georges/Chef Dan Kluger tag-team—the menu is eclectic but seasonally based, simple to read, but interesting in its details. Though I've spotted Jean-Georges and Dan Kluger in the kitchen on a few occasions, the ship is helmed day-to-day by chef de cuisine Ian Coogan. Every single dish sounds like something you want to eat (and for the most part, is). More

How to Make Jean-Georges Vongerichten's Kale Salad

New York Maggie Hoffman 5 comments

At a recent cooking class during the New York Culinary Experience at the French Culinary Institute, Chef Jean Georges Vongerichten shared tips and a recipe for a raw kale salad from the menu at Nougatine restaurant on the Upper West Side. "It's a new-style Caesar salad," he said as he demonstrated the proper way to prepare dinosaur kale, serrano chilies, and a parmesan dressing for this delicious dish. More

Jean-Georges Vongerichten's Kale Salad with Parmesan and Lemon

Serious Eats J. Kenji López-Alt 9 comments

This raw kale Caesar is served at Jean Georges Vongerichten's Nougatine. More

Jean-Georges Vongerichten's Crisp Savory Roast Chicken

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 8 comments

Over the past few months it's become pretty clear that finding out how chefs roast their chickens is high on our lists. So when we came across Jean-Georges Vongerichten's Crisp Savory Roast Chicken in his latest cookbook, Home Cooking with Jean-Georges, of course we had to share it with all of you. More

Carrot and Avocado Salad with Crunchy Seeds

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 2 comments

This salad is essentially two recipes in one: the cumin roasted carrots and the salad. On their own the carrots are exciting; eoasting brings out their sweetness but the mashed cumin, chile, garlic and thyme paste that they're roasted in brings out a level of worldliness not often seen in a carroty side. More

Soy-Braised Lamb Shanks

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 1 comment

Adapted from Home Cooking with Jean-Georges, these long braised shanks balance meaty savoriness with a bright acidity from lemongrass, champagne vinegar, chiles, Asian pears, and Gewürztraminer, taking them worlds away from your usual cold weather braise. More

Swiss Chard Braised in Shiitake Butter

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 3 comments

When it comes to winter greens (we're looking at you, kale, chard, and collards), it's easy to fall back on the familiar: garlic and olive oil or bacon and onions. A few short minutes in the sauté pan and those combos make for quick, easy sides that never fail to satisfy and fill in that "we should really be eating more greens" void. But after so many years of going the same route with greens, I think it's about time to try something new. This plate of Swiss Chard Braised in Shiitake Butter from Jean-Georges Vongerichten's Home Cooking with Jean-Georges is my new go-to greens recipe. More

Crab Toasts with Sriracha Mayonnaise

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 4 comments

When we visited Jean-Georges Vongerichten's ABC Kitchen back in the spring of 2010 Ed was smitten with the kitchen's toasts. The simple little bites of crusty bread are topped with ramps, local goat cheese, and on one of our favorites, peekytoe crab. More

Cook the Book: 'Home Cooking with Jean-Georges'

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Home Cooking with Jean-Georges gives us a peek into weekends at the Vongerichten's in upstate New York. While the dishes in Home Cooking with Jean-Georges are far from the delicately plated beauties served in his restaurants, there are elements in each of the recipes that read Jean-Georges through and through. We'll be cooking from it all week! More

Snapshots from Korea: The O-Il Jang (Five Day Market) on Jeju Island

Chris Hansen 2 comments

During the filming of PBS's The Kimchi Chronicles, renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten and his wife, Marja, visited one of the several O-Il Jang (5 Day Market) on Jeju-do, the provincial island off of the southern coast of the Korean peninsula. According to the producer of The Kimchi Chronicles Eric Rhee, Vongerichten was so inspired by the market that he halted the shooting schedule, bought everything in sight, commandeered the kitchen of a local hotel, and cooked an impromptu multi-course meal for the film crew and hotel staff. More

Dinner Tonight: Rice Cracker-Crusted Tuna with Spicy Citrus Sauce

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 2 comments

I'm always surprised by the recipes I make from Asian Flavors of Jean-Georges by Jean-Georges Vongerichten. I had incredibly good results with his seared tuna with peppercorns, and so I decided to give his rice cracker-crusted tuna with spicy citrus sauce a try. More

Jean-Georges's New ABC Elixir Juice Bar

New York Erin Zimmer 3 comments

"You leave here wanting to grow your own goji berries." ABC Elixir Bar 35 East 18th St, New York NY 10003 (b/n Broadway and Park Avenue South; map); 212-475-5829; abckitchennyc.net Smoothies have always been on the expensive side—but $12 expensive?... More

ABC Kitchen: Team Jean-Georges Goes Local

New York Ed Levine 5 comments

How many Jean-Georges Vongerichtens are there? In this age of downsizing and retrenchment, he has managed to open not one, but two serious restaurants in New York in the last two months. What we wanted to know: Can a world-class chef open this many restaurants and have them all be a reflection of his philosophy and his culinary voice? More

Photo of the Day: Jean-Georges; Cinnamon

New York Carey Jones 9 comments

This is Jean-Georges Vongerichten, at his new restaurant ABC Kitchen. And that thing in his hands? A cinnamon stick. A very large Indonesian cinnamon stick. Probably enough to fulfill this nation's cinnamon toast needs for the next year or so. More

TGI Fry-Day: Fries at ABC Kitchen

New York Carey Jones Post a comment

Who doesn't love french fries? We've long been looking for New York's best, and decided that the city's fries deserved more than a post—they needed a column of their own. Here's TGI Fry-Day, your weekly dose of deliciousness. Got a... More

Jean-Georges Vongerichten Looking to Create Haute Cuisine Chain with 'Reach of McDonald's'

Adam Kuban 2 comments

Fortune magazine reports that Jean-Georges Vongerichten and his business partner are teaming up with Starwood Hotels and a private equity firm behind Outback Steakhouse, with plans to open 50 new restaurants in five years. "... Culinary Concepts by Jean-Georges plans to conquer the world with three main prototypes: Market, J&G Steakhouse, and Spice Market, a standalone restaurant that pays homage to Asian street food." [via Big B]... More

Where to Find Homemade Sodas

New York Grace Kang 5 comments

From left: Passionfruit-chili soda from Jean Georges' Perry Street. Photograph by kathyylchan on Flickr; Elderberry soda from Perry Street. Photograph by ulteriorepicure on Flickr For those who don't like commercial soda, don't drink alcohol, or just want some fizz... More

Jean-Georges Feels Yuletide, Makes Prix-Fixe Meals Cheaper

New York Erin Zimmer Post a comment

Jean-Georges Vongerichten doesn't want us penny-pinching diners to fear the white tablecloth meals this holiday season. In a blog post titled "My Gift To You This Season," he says: "I'm offering prix-fixe lunch for $24 and prix-fixe dinner for $35... More

Jean-Georges Will Open 30 to 50 Restaurants at Starwood Hotels

Emily Koh 4 comments

jeangeorges.blogspot.com Jean-Georges Vongerichten has long been a heavyweight in the culinary world, but now he's out to globally conquer the greater hospitality industry. The Michelin-starred chef has signed a deal with Starwood Hotels to open between 30 and 50 Jean-Georges-branded hotel restaurants within five years, with ten locations at Starwood brands opening by the end of this year. The additions will not be straight-up copies of current JGV restaurants, and menus will change quarterly. Top chefs partnering with luxury hotels is not new. Gordon Ramsay's not just in London but on both coasts of the U.S., and Masaharu Morimoto and Alfred Portale have their sights set on Florida. Though Vegas has long been a goldmine for celebrity chefs squeezing in... More

Dinner Tonight: Chicken Breasts in Foil with Tomato, Olives, and Parmesan

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 4 comments

I’ve heard about chicken wrapped in parchment paper, and even of chicken wrapped in foil. But the cooking of what is essentially chicken in a bag, had always (in my humble experience) taken place in the oven. I’ve never heard... More

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