food 04.3.07


Kitchen Con
Kitchen Confidential fans will want to read Kitchen Con by Trevor White (pictured) when it's published here next month. White, who did his time as a restaurant critic, writes with great humor about the messy business of dining, which includes indifferent waiters, corrupt critics, and the "ill-tempered thug with a white toque."

At Gustiamo, they've got a small supply left of the Colomba — traditional Italian Easter cakes, baked last week in Milan by the revered Angelo Marchesi.

It's egg season: NY Mag has a good roundup of 10 Egg Dishes. From last year, MUG's own eggs roundup.

At Applewood in Brooklyn, Michael Harlan Turkell's photo exhibit about the restaurant itself. See more at his plog.

At the DeGustibus Cooking School in Macy's, Richard Sandoval, chef and owner of Maya and Pampano, will prepare a Mexican menu of traditional dishes and coastal specialties. Tuesday, April 17th, 5:30-8pm.

Eating well at the Museum of Natural History? No. But they do have a series called Adventures in the Global Kitchen that will features talks on honey, edible dandelions, mushrooms, and one by Louisa Thomas Hargrave on May 29th called All About Wine that we think could be the most interesting of all. Ms. Hargrave is one of the pioneers of Long Island wines, she's now Director of the Stony Brook University Center for Wine, Food and Culture. Tickets are $20, call 212.769.5200.

Pub Crawl
Part crawl, part scavenger hunt, The Village Pourhouse is sponsoring the NYC Amazing Pub Crawl on Saturday, April 21st, noon-7pm. Tickets are $20 until 4/7, $25 after.

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