Copies of Saltie’s cookbook are already in the triple digits on Amazon. Thankfully Food52 published their beloved Scuttlebutt recipe in 2014.
And the restaurant’s ready to ditch the drama and concentrate on dinner service.
Just smelling the chicken and the yams when I happen to walk by feels like being in elementary school again.
According to Sarah Billingsley, an editor at Chronicle, there are still copies in the warehouse, but once they’re gone, you’re out of luck.
Get your red sauce, soppressata and cannoli fixes at these spots.
At Fortunato Brothers, there are marzipan fruits, intricately decorated hamburgers and, every Christmas, a Feast of the Seven Fishes.
The gluten-free glass noodles in this cold dish are blue when they reach the table, then turned purple by a squeeze of citrus.
They carved out space in the new garden center where unlimited water, soil and supplies are within an arm’s reach for their neighbor gardener.
MÔTÔ Spirits makes small-batch booze inspired by their travels in the back of their Bushwick motorcycle shop.
The team’s latest run of pop-up dinners opens up their working pantry to diners.
Puerh Brooklyn brews and sells teas from all over the world alongside snacks, modern and vintage teaware and a curated selection of tea-focused books.
Expect purple Peruvian potato puree in your pisco sour.