Tag Archives: lunch

Lucky No.7 Review

28 Nov

Written by Anthony Ramos

Each time we walk through the doors at No. 7 Restaurant we wonder to ourselves – why do we go any place else?The restaurant, perched right above the Lafayette subway station, is located at 7 Greene Ave in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn. Continue reading
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All The Hype About Marlow & Sons

28 Nov

Written by Rebekah Peppler

81 Broadway, Williamsburg Brooklyn 11211, (718) 384-1441
All the hype Marlow and Sons has been receiving these past few months is one reason to visit the Williamsburg, Brooklyn-based gourmet store-cum-restaurant. The other is their amazingly honest, down-to-earth food, which changes according to season and the availability from local producers.The oysters are guaranteed to be fresh and briny, plucked straight from icy east coast waters Continue reading

Eating The Charleston’s Comfort Food

28 Nov

Written by Anthony Ramos

I love New York, don’t get me wrong, but sometimes I just need to escape the city. So, I made plans to go to Charleston, SC – a place I’ve been wanting to visit for many years after listening to natives speak so lovingly about their home. I was ready to explore the city and most importantly dine on low country cuisine. Continue reading

Eating Out in New York, Block by Block

28 Nov
Written by Adam Wile

The weather is getting warmer and all around sun-starved New Yorkers are leaving their winter shelters, throwing on their sundresses and shorts, and heading outside to enjoy the greatest city in the world during the most perfect season. The flower-filled market has returned to Union Square and boats once again float in the Central Park Lake. The city awakes from its winter hibernation and New Yorkers get to enjoy something they have not had the pleasure of for many months – nice weather. This may not sound like much, but the city offers a lot to do in the warm weather, and dining outside is the highlight. To help you enjoy spring in NYC to its fullest extent I’ve compiled a small list of where to go, what to do, and where to eat outside in New York City. Continue reading

Food Films: Fresh Linguini

28 Nov

Starring Andrea Scalici

Welcome to Food Films, a web series to show simple ways to make delicious meals. We take our experience at the French Culinary Institute to create dishes that can be made at home. With menus for every budget, skill level, and schedule, you’re bound to find something you enjoy!

Fresh Pasta Recipe Continue reading

Project 5: Fat

28 Nov

Written by Susan Oak

The French Culinary Institute’s Level 5 project is a taste what (F.C.I) students are made of. This project is for students in the classic culinary arts program (1 level away from graduation).

Eat Life’s Project 5 showcases select students so everyone can get a glimpse of the talent behind F.C.I’s kitchen doors. Introducing Susan Oak’s level 5 recipe from her project, Fat.

Susan Oak, Eat Life FCI, The French Culinary Institute's Level 5 project

Fat.
There are few seemingly innocuous words that are associated with such stigma and, well, fear. Continue reading

Project 5: Spinach, Asian Pear & Grapefruit Salad with Spiced Walnut Oil Dressing

28 Nov

Recipe by Susan Oak

The French Culinary Institute’s Level 5 project is a taste what (F.C.I) students are made of. This project is for students in the classic culinary arts program (1 level away from graduation).

Eat Life’s Project 5 showcases select students so everyone can get a glimpse of the talent behind F.C.I’s kitchen doors. Introducing Susan Oak’s level 5 recipe from her project, Fat.

Spinach Salad with Spiced Walnut Oil Dressing, The French Culinary Institute's Level 5 project - Eat Life FCI

WALNUT OIL: Spinach Salad with Spiced Walnut Oil Dressing, Asian pear, grapefruit, toasted walnuts, red onion

Fat Fact: Walnut oil has a low smoke point and therefore should be used as a garnish or in a dressing. They are a good source of omega-3 essential fatty acids. Continue reading