Showing posts with label diners. Show all posts
Showing posts with label diners. Show all posts

10 July 2016

Four Seasons, Lunch Spot for Manhattan’s Prime Movers, Moves On

"...Food historians now see it as the starting point for a series of trends that came to define American dining: the cult of freshness and organically grown ingredients, which Alice Waters embraced at Chez Panisse; the inventive interpretation of regional American dishes, which became known as New American cooking; the international blending of styles and ingredients, later described as fusion..."

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Four Seasons, Lunch Spot for Manhattan’s Prime Movers, Moves On






28 June 2015

How to Eat on a Budget While Traveling - The New York Times


"Food and travel are inseparable these days, but how do you approach choosing a restaurant (or shack or stand or ambulant vendor) in a strange city?"

How to Eat on a Budget While Traveling - The New York Times


06 May 2014

Beard Award Winners Announced - NYTimes.com


"The award for outstanding chef of the year was given to Nancy Silverton of Pizzeria Mozza in Los Angeles, who joins Alice Waters, Lidia Bastianich and Judy Rodgers as the only women to win this top award since the program started in 1990. Barbara Lynch of Boston was named outstanding restaurateur. She is the second woman in a row to win this award, after Maguy Le Coze, who was the first ever last year."

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Beard Award Winners Announced - NYTimes.com






18 November 2012

Diner Hotline Weblog

Do you suffer from diner nostalgia? Want news on existing diners, diners of the past? Diner trivia?



The blog, by Larry Cultrera, is the place for all this and more:

"My name is Larry Cultrera and I have been conducting a personal research project on documenting the American Diner. Since November of 1980 I have photographed 807 diners throughout the northeast including all the New England states, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland & Ohio, as well as parts of Florida, Tennessee, Michigan and Virginia. I have also photographed other selected businesses/buildings along the roadside and have a fairly large collection of postcards and memorabilia."

Diner Hotline Weblog

Another site worth visiting featuring paintings, watercolors and prints of diners, by John Baeder, go to:

http://www.johnbaeder.com/