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What Not to Miss At New York Cider Week

Drinks Chris Lehault Post a comment

If you're in the NYC area and you've been keeping up with The Cider Press here on Serious Eats, but you're still hesitant to trade in your grapes or grains for apples, then consider next week's New York Cider Week an crash course in cider that you shouldn't miss. More

Cook the Book: Brick Chicken with Mustard Greens

Serious Eats Caroline Russock Post a comment

This recipe for Brick Chicken with Mustard Greens is adapted from one of my favorite Brooklyn restaurants, Marlow and Sons in Williamsburg. The daily menu consists of cheeses, oysters, charcuterie, and a few select entrees, but it's supplemented daily with a host of specials created with seasonality and sustainability in mind. Marlow's Brick Chicken has been on the menu since the beginning of the restaurant's conception. It's a simple dish that showcases Marlow's strengths—perfectly cooked proteins and raw, seasoned greens. Enter here to win a copy of the book. More

Video: How to Butcher and Cook a Rabbit

New York Erin Zimmer 2 comments

Sean Rembold, the executive chef of Marlow & Sons in Williamsburg, assures you that butchering a rabbit shouldn't be too tough—it's kind of like butchering a chicken. In these two videos from documentarian Liza de Guia's Food Curated, Rembold goes through the steps of taking apart the animal, then makes a sizzling pan of rabbit cacciatore (essentially just coq au vin with rabbit). More

Williamsburg News: Bonita Will Close; Saltie's Will Open

New York Erin Zimmer Post a comment

Brooklyn Based shares good and bad news this morning. Starting with the bad: "Bonita on Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg will serve its last taco on August 15." (Issues with the landlord.) But on a sunnier note: Caroline Fidanza, founding chef... More

Snapshots from the Third Annual UnFancy Food Show

New York Nick Solares 3 comments

Cucumbers from the Queens County Farm Museum Before heading over to the Javits Center for the Fancy Food Show (report to come later this week), I made my way out to Williamsburg to attend the second annual UnFancy Food... More

Soft Shell Crabs at Marlow & Sons and Diner

New York Erin Zimmer 1 comment

For the next three to four weeks, Marlow & Sons and Diner will feature rotating soft shell crab appetizers (between $15 and 18). If it's not on one menu, it'll be at the next-door restaurant. Tonight it's a "Soft Shell... More

What's Missing From the Brooklyn Artisanal Food Scene

New York Ed Levine 5 comments

From top left: McClure's pickles; Mast Brothers, head butcher Tom Mylan of Marlow & Sons The New York Times' Oliver Schwaner-Albright chronicles the burgeoning Brooklyn artisanal food scene in today's Dining section. The Serious Eats New York crew and... More

Meet & Eat: Caroline Fidanza, Meat Czar

New York The Serious Eats Team Post a comment

"For a long time when I would cook at home I listened to Tom Petty, Hard Promises. I think it's because it was the first iTunes album that I successfully downloaded. I never really listened to that record unless I... More

Marlow & Sons Gives Birth to Daughters Tonight

New York Erin Zimmer Post a comment

Hasidic funeral nextdoor. The new but old-timey-looking sign went up at Marlow & Daughters yesterday, which is gearing up for a soft opening tonight at 5 p.m. and official opening tomorrow, according to Brooklyn Based. The space used to... More

Marlow & Daughters Will Take Christmas Goose Orders

New York Erin Zimmer 1 comment

"Squawk, squaaawk." Photograph from Mark Wiewel on Flickr Marlow & Daughters—the butcher sibling of the Williamsburg meat-focused diner Marlow & Sons—isn't open yet (next Wednesday is the goal), but they will be taking pre-orders for Christmas geese once they... More

Movie Stars Get Upstaged by Duck Liver at Taste of Williamsburg

New York Erin Zimmer 2 comments

Two surprises welcomed hipster attendees of the McCarren Park Pool's free showing of Wet Hot American Summer last night: actors Paul Rudd and Michael Showalter showing up to introduce their 2001 flick, and across the way, the Taste of... More

Williamsburg First Stop: Marlowe & Sons

New York Ed Levine 2 comments

I loved the Williamsburg food exploration my brother and I went on. Thanks for all the suggestions, which provide me with many more excuses to eat my way through Williamsburg. There was much to eat and talk about that I'm... More

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