SHE WOLF

Bon Appetit just release a look behind the scenes look at She Wolf Bakery and discussed the journey, grain, and inspiration and with our beloved Austin Hall.

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POTAGER POP-UP SHOP

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Potager was founded in the summer of 2011 and supplies everything for the modern kitchen garden- from hand-picked products and practical antiques to an informational blog and recipe archive. “We focus on the connection between how food is produced, prepared and presented. The satisfaction of knowing how to create the food for your meal makes its consumption that much more enjoyable.”

Visit the pop-up shop at 262 Court Street in Brooklyn every weekend 11-7 running March 8th until the 30th

This is a reminder to visit this amazing pop-up and online store and let you now that Diner Journal issue 26 is now available!

So the next time you find yourself strolling Cobble Hill on the weekend check out the lovely selection of kitchen and garden goods curated at Potager and pick up a Diner Journal too!

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MARLOW & SONS TURNS 10!

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CHINON DINNER AT MARLOW & SONS

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REVISITING SPRING 2011

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Purchase Diner Journal No. 17 :: The Odyssey

 

 

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DAYLIGHT SAVINGS

Wayne Thiebaud, “Melon” 1962
Wayne Thiebaud, “Melon” 1962

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DINER JOURNAL X POKETO

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We are thrilled to announce Diner Journal issue 26 being stocked at the
Poketo Flagship Store.
Visit their beautiful shop located in the Arts District in Downtown L.A
and browse the rest of their selections online at poketo.com
820 East 3rd Street, Los Angeles CA

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NEW WORK FOR THE DESERT

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New Work for the Desert conceptually and choreographically embraces the act of homage as inextricably woven into our desire to create something new. The creative momentum for this project began a year ago during a two-month residency at Arizona State University by myself.

During that time, alone in the Southwest desert, I found myself ruminating on two important artistic influences in my life: Trisha Brown & James Turrell. The personal impressions and selected memories I have of their work have over the years become a well of inspiration, which I am always, carefully dangling my feet in. Since that formative residency in Arizona, this project has steadily become an opportunity for me to move deeper into that well and New Work for the Desert, is all the wading, swimming and flailing I’ve needed to keep my head above water!

 The broader experience of art inspiring art has fueled and steered this creative project from the start. In addition to raising some much needed funds, I hope this campaign can also highlight a community of non dance related artists who inspire me and have donated their creative skills to help me offer you some pretty great rewards! Each reward tries to extend the life and scope of New Work for the Desert through new artistic creations and social exchanges.

-Beth Gill

Learn more about the artists involved, watch the video and donate to the New Work For Desert Kickstarter here!

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#DINERJOURNAL

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Follow us @dinerjournal
We love you.

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As we begin to prepare for the upcoming release of issue No. 27 in mid-late March, we find ourselves taking a moment to pause and reflect on our current offering. In this 64 page issue, we share 15 seasonal recipes to warm your home, 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. This issue is sure to be pulled from the library every fall and winter, year after year.
Issue 26 is always available for purchase for your collection in our store.

Recipes include:

Crushed Potatoes w/ Pickled Chiles
Red Wine Poached Figs
Horseradish Cream
Beets w/ Orange and Walnuts
Stuffed Pumpkin
Roasted Chestnuts
Classic Roasted Turkey w/ Gravy
Sauteed Turnips w/ Butter and Bottarga
Dandelion Salad
Ham Glaze
Mole the next day
Suet Pastry
Braised Oxtail Filling
Leek Confit
Gloucester Pancakes

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