Maggie Hoffman is the Managing Editor of Serious Eats. While she has specialized since 2009 on beer, wine, and cocktail coverage, these days she's just as likely to work on stories about crazy-delicious food wherever you are.
@kevswick: extra inspiration here, feel free to swap out any meal with leftovers!
@Monika K, Both Giffard and Combier make high-quality Pamplemousse. You can find it at Warehouse or Astor Wines in Manhattan or Heights Chateau or Smith & Vine in Brooklyn, among others.
@moosefight I haven't tried the Paula's, so I'm not sure if the sweetness level would be the same. I'd recommend Combier or Giffard . This might be a good way to find: Combier search or Giffard search, select your state.
Upon reading, immediately decided to make this for dinner tonight.
Definitely read this and immediately went and bought fresh cream for whipping. How could you not?
@coppertone, Rainbow Grocery. Still great, though it seemed more exciting five years ago. These days tons of shops offer great beans & other things in bulk. (Though the oil section at Rainbow is still pretty unusual.)
@ajax62 Thanks, we're working to resolve the issue!
Here's the RSS feed for ya. Thanks for listening!
Hey @Moosefight, where are you located? Perhaps I can track down a store near you that has it! Also, you can purchase online from somewhere like Astor Wines if your state allows shipping.
You guys, when you buy the book, be sure you have a weekend (or a month) free to dive in. You may not be able to tear yourself away. Congrats, Kenji!
In the days of clipping magazines/newspapers, my mother saved a MILLION clafoutis recipes. She never, to my knowledge, actually made the stuff. It just always sounded so good!
@patricius, that depends where you live! I recommend searching on Wine-Searcher for shops near you.
Poppyseed bagels for life!
@CoryB, in the book, Joe mentions "a pocket of legitimate barbecue hidden among the heavily wooded Pine Barrens in the southern part of the state" including roadside stands. Two favorites he mentions: Uncle Dewey's Outdoor BBQ Pavillion and Henri's Hotts.
@beebop, we tried to include only spirits distilled in the Northeast. Whistle Pig is growing its own grains to begin distilling soon, but I believe the spirit is currently distilled in Canada. Delicious stuff though! I definitely recommend tasting it!
@AlfredoL, here's a good place to start: The Ultimate Backyard BBQ Beer Pairing Cheat Sheet.
@lhg @linds774---aw, thanks. It was actually the frustration of writing this one that got me writing the other one! (Plus the frustration at googling "What can I eat with gestational diabetes" and coming up short.)
The onesie is fantastic. I want one!
@willimholte: Your wish is our command. It's delicious. (Tequila and mint are great together.)
@Rico Pan: Discard fruit solids and add vinegar to the liquid!
@BrettW: where are you located? Maybe we can help you find a source for these—I promise they're not impossible to find! (And there's lots of info here that isn't just about the specific bottles...) In case you're interested, this Eric Asimov article addresses the same question of recommending smaller-production wines.
@JTinSeattle, sorry about that! It's fixed now.
@jakoby @slkinsey, as it says in the text, all Martinis were made with Martini & Rossi dry vermouth.
@avs14, wine shipping laws vary by state, but you can start with winesearcher.com to find shops near you or shops that ship to your state (if your state allows it.)
@thesteveroller: the front taco is al pastor; I think it was lengua in the back. The al pastor is the best I've had locally.