Food

Food

Meet The Chef Behind Your New Post-MoMA PS1 Warm Up Meal

Mina Stone, Urs Fischer's former private chef, wants to feed you Greek-Georgian food.
Annie Armstrong
12.22.19
Art

Double Vision (and Other Senses) with Agathe Snow and Marianne Vitale

At the Elaine de Kooning House, the artists played with sight and taste through collaborative portraiture, and fish stew.
Eileen Cartter
9.22.19
Art

Arden Surdam's Photography is Not For the Faint of Heart

Soutine whomst?
Max Lakin
8.9.19
right now

The All-Time Greatest Dean & DeLuca Paparazzi Shots

A partial RIP to a celebrity-studded legend.
Emma Specter
7.24.19
fashion horoscopes

Fashion Horoscopes: The Signs as Cooking Shows

Are you 'Top Chef', or 'Great British Bake Off'?
Courtney Perkins
6.27.19
That One Place

Kimberly Drew on the Soul Food Restaurant Staffed by Artists

"Although sometimes in New York we crave anonymity (I 100% do), in a place like Cheryl’s, it’s nice to just feel very seen."
Kimberly Drew
5.28.19
Art

Stephanie H. Shih's Food Ceramics Nourish Asian-American Memory

"The Asian-American community is so large, and yet there haven’t really been conversations specifically catered toward us — people are really hungry for it. No pun intended."
Emma Specter
5.10.19
Garage Magazine Issue 16

Phillip Lim's Cure for Jet Lag Revealed

Direct from his new cookbook, ‘More Than Our Bellies,’ Phillip Lim shares his invigorating jet lag cure. Photographed by Viviane Sassen.
Phillip Lim
2.18.19
Garage Magazine Issue 16

Artist Dan Colen’s Next Act? Seasonal Blend Squash Salt

The transition from mixed-media art to not-for-profit farming isn’t necessarily the most expected one, but Dan Colen pulls it off with aplomb.
Emma Specter
2.6.19
Fashion

Zoodles—Now With a Piping Hot Side of Merch

Why are downtown restaurants like Sant Ambroeus and Cha Cha Matcha making Nikes and designer sunglasses?
Max Lakin
11.20.18
Andy Warhol

I Made Three of Andy Warhol’s Weirdest Soup Flavors

Vegetarian Vegetable, Hot Dog Bean, Scotch Broth: what we can learn from these bizarre icons.
Melanie Woods
11.7.18
Food

For Sale: Tiny Fish, Literally Everywhere

The summer’s biggest food trend—micro-sized seafood, often served straight from the tin—is both mouth-watering and good for the environment.
Zoe Dubno
8.20.18
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