The Gramercy Tavern Cookbook captures the fresh, seasonal cuisine of Gramercy Tavern chef Michael Anthony, as well as the bright, convivial atmosphere of the Tavern itself. While its glossy pages and considerable heft make it tempting to leave on your coffee table, that would be missing the point: yes, it's a beautiful book, but you can, and should, cook from it.
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Midtown East isn't the first neighborhood we'd peg as home for Gramercy Tavern chef Michael Anthony. But he's done his homework. He's been living in the neighborhood with his wife and three daughters for about five years. While they often cook and entertain at home, he shared with us his favorite restaurants, from slices of pizza to sushi.
Last night, P.S.1 hosted Autumn Harvest, an appetizer/wine/music event held at P.S.1 celebrating P.F.1, the winning installation of the 2008 MoMA/P.S.1 Young Architects Program. P.F.1 is an urban farm built entirely of sustainable materials, and features over fifty kinds...