Congratulations to chef Jason Weiner of Almond restaurant–there’s one in both Bridgehampton in Long Island and on East 22nd Street in Manhattan–who won last night’s Edible Brooklyn/Great Performances latke fest and cook-off at BAM. We’re especially pleased that Weiner’s latke, a last-minute entry, was topped with smoked bluefish caught by one of his Long Island staffers, and that it was mama Weiner’s recipe: An Edible-minded creation if there ever was one. On top of that, his table display included a bag of Long Island potatoes, with which all the latkes at the event (there were 17 entries) were prepared. Weiner’s actually impressed us at Edible events before–a few of you may recall his Red Wattle ham, shown above, and his beer and cassoulet dinner, both from parties in Manhattan last year. Those were both delicious, though probably not appropriate Hanukah fare.
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