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Video: Inside Sky Ice, Home of Thai Tea and Black Sesame-Seaweed Ice Cream

New York Max Falkowitz 5 comments

Our buddy Liza de Guia of Food Curated profiled co-owner and ice cream-er Sutheera Denprapa in the video below, which covers her introduction to ice cream in America and her attachment to the flavors in Thailand she remembers most. More

Video: Inside the Mind of a Pro Cookie Decorator – Are Cookies an Art Form?

New York Max Falkowitz 4 comments

Is cookie decorating an art form? That's the question in Liza de Guia's latest video profile of a New York cookie decorator with a serious eye for detail. More

Video: Griddled Bacon, Filipino Burgers, and Fried Chicken Sandwiches

New York The Serious Eats Team 2 comments

Whether or not you're going to the Great GoogaMooga this weekend, it seems easy to agree that their food and drink lineup is impressive. To highlight some of the dishes attendees can expect to see this year, our buddy Liza de Guia at Food Curated filmed behind the scenes videos at Landhaus, Jeepney, Northern Spy Food Co., and Joseph Leonard's. More

Video: How Bistro Petit Brings French and Korean Together in Williamsburg

New York Max Falkowitz 2 comments

For Sung Park, the chef and owner of Bistro Petit in Williamsburg, it was a foie gras torchon. That's what opened his eyes to the world of French fine dining, and the dish that set him on a mission to do that kind of cooking himself. More

Video: A Fresh Take on Caribbean Pepper Sauce

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Sonya Samuel wanted that taste of home in New York, but when she shopped around for pepper sauces in grocery stories, all the could find were bottles "with way too much mustard, or ones that weren't even hot." So she started a company of her own: Bacchanal Pepper Sauce. More

Video: Small Batch Sriracha from Love of Jojo in Brooklyn

New York Max Falkowitz 5 comments

While we love sriracha as much as anyone, we're also willing to admit that it's not the most complicated or nuanced chili sauce on the market. That's where Jolene Collins' Love of Jojo chili sauce comes in. More

Videos: Eating Goats to Save Them and Treating Bones Like the Gold of an Animal

New York Hally Wolhandler 3 comments

Our buddy Liza de Guia has two new videos worth a look: the story of No Goat Left Behind, a campaign to increase demand for goat meat so male goats aren't killed at birth; and a peek into Brooklyn Boullion and their farm to jar sauce bases. More

Video: Vendy Award Finalist Xin Jiang Prosperity Kababs

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The 8th Annual Vendy Awards are almost here, landing on Governor's Island on September 15th for a day of celebrating New York's street vendors—and stuffing ourselves silly on some of the best street food the city has to offer. All week we've posting videos about the finalists. Last but not least: Xin Jiang Prosperity Kababs. More

Video: Vendy Award Finalist Tortas Neza

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The 8th Annual Vendy Awards are almost here, landing on Governor's Island on September 15th for a day of celebrating New York's street vendors—and stuffing ourselves silly on some of the best street food the city has to offer. All week we're posting videos about the finalists. Up today: Tortas Neza in Corona! More

Video: Vendy Award Finalist Uncle Gussy's

New York Max Falkowitz 2 comments

The 8th Annual Vendy Awards are almost here, landing on Governor's Island on September 15th for a day of celebrating New York's street vendors—and stuffing ourselves silly on some of the best street food the city has to offer. All week we're posting videos about the finalists. Up today: Uncle Gussy's Greek in midtown! More

Video: Vendy Award Finalist Hamza & Madina Halal

New York Max Falkowitz 5 comments

The 8th Annual Vendy Awards are almost here, landing on Governor's Island on September 15th for a day of celebrating New York's street vendors—and stuffing ourselves silly on some of the best street food the city has to offer. All week we're be posting videos about the finalists. Up today: Hamza & Madina Halal! More

Video: Food Curated Visits an Oyster Farm in Montauk

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Our good buddy Liza de Guia, filmmaker of Food Curated, visited Montauk Shellfish Company's oyster farm to learn more about how these Long Island gems move from seed to plate. More

Video: Egg Restaurant's Vegetable Farm in Upstate New York

New York Erin Zimmer 3 comments

Egg is a little restaurant in Williamsburg that started as a Southern brekkie spot (hello, artisan scrapple) then eventually added lunch and dinner service, and now has a six-acre farm upstate. Chef George Weld didn't want to replace the farmers he'd been working with already, he just wanted to understand the food system better. While the restaurant started out pretty pork-crazy, they're now more veggie-driven. More

Video: Making Deckle Fat-Enhanced Burgers at The Brindle Room from 'Food Curated'

A Hamburger Today Robyn Lee 15 comments

If you're not hungry yet, you may be after watching the latest Food Curated video from food documentarian Liza de Guia. She goes into the kitchen at The Brindle Room in New York City with chef/owner Jeremy Spector to watch him make a dry aged burger featuring deckle fat from the outer edge of a ribeye. The patty is seared in a cast iron skillet before being transferred to an oven, them goes back on the stovetop to get topped with American cheese and caramelized onion. More

Video: Behind the Scenes at Arirang Kimchi

New York Erin Zimmer 3 comments

"Artisan, hand-made kimchi, straight out of your mom's kitchen.. except this really is my mom's kitchen," says Vicky Oh, general manager of Arirang Kimchi. In the latest Food Curated video from Liza de Guia, we meet Vicky and her mom Kyung Oh, who started experimenting with kimchi recipes about 30 years ago when she moved to the United States from Korea on her honeymoon. More

Video: SlantShack Jerky, Finally Some High-End Beef Jerky

Erin Zimmer 10 comments

Joshua Kace says he was never a potato chip guy. "Dried meat was always my snack." He remembers road-tripping to national parks out west at a young age when his parents pulled over at a gas station—it was the first time beef jerky touched his lips. "I always wanted more jerky. There never was enough jerky," he says. Kace, naturally, went on to launch his own small-batch artisan jerky company with two friends called SlantShack Jerky, the latest subject for Liza de Guia's Food Curated video series. More

Video: Behind the Scenes at a Slaughterhouse in Upstate NY

New York Erin Zimmer 9 comments

For one of her the latest Food Curated videos, Liza de Guia spent two days in Hartwick, New York, with Larry Althiser, the owner and head meat cutter for Larry's Custom Meats. "It's a story I wanted to tell, a good story about a proud butcher open to teaching his trade," said de Guia, even though she was a little jittery the night before the shoot. "Slaughterhouses must exist...but there's a right and wrong way to do it." More

Video: Bar Snacks Get a Makeover in Brooklyn

New York Erin Zimmer 6 comments

"Packaged of unshelled sunflower seeds. C'mon bars, gross. And boring!" says Agatha Kulaga of Ovenly, a creative kitchen in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn. Agatha and her friend Erin Patinkin started the company about a year ago after being fed up with the predictable freebie bar munchies. They've crafted their own playful takes, like "the ultimate beer nut," a medley of peanuts, Worcestershire sauce, Old Bay, and bacon fat. They're really into bacon fat. More

Video: Bison Farming on Long Island

New York Erin Zimmer 3 comments

In the latest video from Food Curated, Liza de Guia meets Ed Tuccio, a farmer on the North Fork of Long Island who's been raising bison for over 30 years. He's part of a small movement of passionate farmers working to bring bison back. It's actually not a bad time to be a bison farmer. There's a growing demand for the meat and prices have doubled. After this taping, Liza polished off a bison burger and walked away thinking, why don't I eat this more often? More

Video: Brooklyn's P&H Soda Co. Revives Soda Fountain Tradition

New York Adam Kuban 4 comments

According to Anton Nocito, founder of P&H Soda Co., there used to be "hundreds of thousands of soda fountains in the U.S." but that number has dwindled to two- or three-hundred. Nocito hopes to revive the old-timey tradition with the soda syrups he creates at his Brooklyn-based company. "I'm absolutely positive there's going to be a renaissance in soda fountains," he says in this video by Food Curated's Liza de Guia. More

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