Flipping through some old issues of DJ for lunchtime inspiration, we decided to whip up a simple, Spring recipe from Issue No. 7 — “Goats, Gods, Gays.” The original recipe is a radish, mint and goat feta salad. We’ve made some substitutions based on the ingredients we could find at Marlow & Daughters today.
1 bunch radishes
1 small bunch mint, rough chopped
extra virgin olive oil
1 bunch radishes
extra virgin olive oil
We cleaned the radishes and cut them into quarters, saving the greens, crumbled the feta and squeezed out the juice of a lemon and mixed it all together with a little extra virgin olive oil. Instead of topping the salad with mint we made use of the radish greens. We also left off any added salt and pepper since sheep feta is a bit saltier than goat and the radish greens add some spice where the pepper would have.
“At a certain point,” Mr. Obama said in an interview in the Cabinet Room at the White House with ABC’s Robin Roberts, “I’ve just concluded that for me personally, it is important for me to go ahead and affirm that I think same sex couples should be able to get married.”
This Saturday, May 12, art and lit mag Exit Strata will celebrate the release of their first issue in print at This Must Be the Place with a day filled with creative collaboration, live music and poetry.
We’re pumped to bring you a new art show at This Must be the Place, curated by artist Hugh Crickmore (who is also featured in the show), with paintings, drawings, photography and mixed media from Janine Iversen, Matthew Abbott, Keren Richter, Kate Diago and Mel Barlow.
We hope you’ll join us tomorrow, May 3, from 7 to 10pm for an opening reception. The artists will be here and we’ll host a reading, with Diner Journal editor Anna Dunn and other guests.
See you at The Place!
This Must Be the Place
81 Broadway, 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11249
Artist Blaze Lamper‘s latest drawings from her show “In the Clearing” occupied This Must Be the Place for the month of April. As the images come down and a new art gets hung, we just wanted to say thank you, Blaze for sharing your work with us.
If you missed the show, here are some photos of Blaze’s drawings, taken by Julia Gillard.
The Food Book Fair at the Wythe Hotel is set to kick off this weekend! On Saturday May 5 at 3:30 Diner Journal’s Anna Dunn is paneling up with editors from The Art of Eating, Lucky Peach, Meatpaper, and Swallow Magazine to chat about the making of a food-centric literary publication.
Following the panel swing by and say “Hi” to Anna and other food journal editors at the Foodiodicals marketplace.
There’ll be snacks and mags and like-minded food lovers.
Get tickets HERE
Yesterday’s knife skills class at This Must Be the Place was a blast! Reynards’ butcher Andrew Dorsey (formerly of Marlow & Daughters) taught Kickstarter backers all about single and double bevels and what to do when you have burrs.
Also, JB Prince knives awesomely donated stones and steels to all participants! We hope to have more classes like this one soon. Stay tuned!
Dear Friend or Colleague,
- THE STATE OF THE LOFT LAW
- Tuesday, April 24, 2012 7:00 PM
- Our Lady of Pompeii – Community Room
- 225 Seigel Street (between Bushwick Ave + White St.)
- Bushwick, Brooklyn
It will likely last about 2 hours – but there is no need to feel that you have to stay for the whole thing – just pitching up for 45 minutes would be super helpful. On the positive side it will be a window into the machinations of New York politics and that could be either interesting or deplorable depending on your view point.
- The current law introduces massive rent increases (commonly called 6%-8%-6%). Most loft tenants are not able to afford these increases and would be forced out of their lofts.
- The current law does not cover lofts smaller than 550 sqft.
- The current law disqualifies buildings from coverage under the loft law for what is deemed ‘incompatible use’ – eg. if there is a photo processing lab in the same building the law considers the building unsuitable for residential use. One only has to think of the multitude of high street shops that use some kind of chemical process (dry cleaners and paint stores for instance) and have apartments above them, to realise how ludicrous this is.
There are other issues – but these are the main ones.
475 Kent Avenue #1001
After meeting our kickstarter goal, thanks to all of you amazing people, We’re excited to start fulfilling our rewards. First up, Marlow & Daughters senior butcher Andrew Dorsey offered to teach a class in knife skills with the help of JB Prince. More than slicing and dicing techniques, Dorsey will let class-goers in on the best and easiest ways to maintain their utensils.
More classes, rewards, shows, subscriptions, love to come!