DINER JOURNAL X THE PRIMARY ESSENTIALS

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For those of us in Brooklyn, you can now find Diner Journal at The Primary Essentials-soon to be your new favorite store.

“The Primary Essentials opened in Brooklyn in the Fall of 2013 as a place to provide a meticulously edited mix of special objects, with an emphasis on how we live our daily lives. Striving to source goods that have a subtle yet distinctive impact, The Primary Essentials believes in the importance of independent designers and artisans, and their individual outlook on the world. We aim to always provide new outlets of unique beauty, while constantly holding true to classics.”

You can find TPE at 372 Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn or on the web at www.theprimaryessentials.com

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NEW YEARS EVE

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THREE SHEETS

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SPEAKING OUR LANGUAGE

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Diner Journal’s Recipe Editor, Scarlett Lindeman breaks down the kitchen prose in her piece “Kitchen Slang 101: How To Talk Like A Real-Life Line Cook”

We <3 Scarelett. Read her entire piece here

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LAURA OWENS

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BEETLEBUNG FARM // FISH AND ROSE

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Fish and Rose restaurant opens December 10th for a three-week residency at the old Bowery Street subway station at 10 Kenmare Street. Produced by Chris Fischer and the team behind Martha’s Vineyard’s Beetlebung Farm and Beach Plum Restaurant, Fish and Rose’s philosophy will remain the same: simple food, exquisitely sourced. The menu will showcase produce, meat and fish from the island, bringing the best of Martha’s Vineyard to Manhattan. 

Walk-ins encouraged. Reservations tolerated.

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JOIN US!!

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NEW AMSTERDAM MARKET COMMUNITY

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On Tuesday November 19 at 6pm, Manhattan Community Board 1 will hear a presentation by the Howard Hughes Corporation regarding their proposal to demolish the Fulton Fish Market New Market Building and replace it with a tower of considerable height.

If this proposal is approved, Lower Manhattan and the city, will lose a unique and priceless PUBLIC ASSET and all its vast potential for economic and cultural development.

Furthermore, this tower will forever mar one of the world’s most iconic views of the New York harbor and the Brooklyn Bridge and set a terrible precedent for allowing high-rise construction directly over our living waterways.

WE URGE ALL SUPPORTERS TO ATTEND THIS IMPORTANT MEETING.  BY SHOWING OUR STRENGTH AND UNITY WE WILL STOP THIS BAD IDEA FROM GAINING ANY FURTHER GROUND AND RESTORE PUBLIC PURPOSE TO THE SEAPORT.

New Yorkers are rapidly losing appetite for the giveaway of valuable public assets, and the incoming city government is taking note.  If the new Mayor, Borough President, and other elected officials see effective opposition mounting from the very start we can finally put an end to a project that should never even have been proposed, and focus on the important task of building New Amsterdam Market and reviving the Market District.

The Community Board meeting will be held at the Southbridge Towers community room, directions are here.

JULES DRESSNER

COMING SOON

Issue No. 26

We are excited to share with you that our winter issue of Diner Journal, has gone to press this week and will be shipping in late November.

In this 64 page issue of Diner Journal, we share 15 seasonal recipes to warm your home such as red wine poached figs, stuffed pumpkin, and sauteed turnips with butter and bottarga. We’ll take a deep look at organ meats from past to present and explore the relationship between our butchers, community, and table, as well as break down essential illustrated how-to’s such as preparing the perfect ham and tying a standing rib roast.

For more information on subscriptions or to place an order click here