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2020.07.13 07:03 TexasDD The Wire - Anniversary Rewatch and Discussion - Season 5 Episode 5 - “React Quotes”
2019.04.29 17:00 butisitok Top Chef Sub Rewatch - Season 8
|Rewatch Date||Episode Name||Original Air Date|
|Monday, May 6||History Never Repeats||12/1/10|
|Monday, May 13||Night at the Museum||12/8/10|
|Monday, May 20||New York's Finest||12/15/10|
|Monday, May 27||Advantage Chef||12/22/10|
|Monday, June 3||Dim Sum Lose Some||1/5/11|
|Monday, June 10||We're Gonna Need a Bigger Boat||1/12/11|
|Monday, June 17||Restaurant Wars - One Night Only||1/19/11|
|Monday, June 24||An Offer They Can't Refuse||2/2/11|
|Monday, July 1||Feeding Fallon||2/9/11|
|Monday, July 8||Lockdown||2/16/11|
|Monday, July 15||For the Gulf||2/23/11|
|Monday, July 22||Give Me Your Huddled Masses||3/2/11|
|Monday, July 29||Fit for a King||3/9/11|
|Monday, August 5||Island Sun||3/16/11|
|Monday, August 12||Last Supper||3/23/11|
|Monday, August 19||Finale||3/30/11|
|Monday, August 26||Reunion||4/6/11|
2015.06.10 15:40 Rabidpug First time in New York this July, can you critique my itinerary?
28/06/15 - Sunday
My girlfriend and I are visiting New York. We will have 9 full days of both of us there. We're both 25, and we will be staying in an apartment in East Village. We share interests in food, music, literature, art, architecture/history, and gardens/relaxing things, as well as gaming (met through Final Fantasy XIV). We share a lack of interest in clubbing and guided tours. I was hoping to get some critique in to the itinerary I have put together for us. * Are there any major things we need to do that we've missed? Particularly things that would interest us specifically? * Time-wise, should this all be achievable? We're trying to keep it as spread out and slow-paced as possible, as we don't want to feel rushed. * Food-wise we've got a pretty good idea of what we want to do, but suggestions for live music would be helpful! * Also suggestions for places to go drinking - a few different places like a cocktail lounge, a wine bar, a beer house, etc. crowds are ok but preferably no obnoxious music! we would like to be able to talk :) We have left our last day unplanned for anything else that we want to do that comes up/if we run out of time for things that we've planned on previous days Edit: Should add, we have the New York Pass which we will be using from 05/07 - 11/07. Thanks for the help!
→ Central Park W & 79th St, New York, NY 1002414:00 - Wicked (3h)
→ Open daily from 10 am - 5:45 pm
→ Gershwin Theater19:30 - Dinner Date
→ 222nd W 51st street, New York, NY 10023
→ Colicchio & Sons04/07/15 - Saturday
→ 85th 10th avenue, New York, NY 10011
→ 990 Washington Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 1122519:00 - Luna Park (“Dinner” Out)
→ Tuesday-Friday 8am-6pm, Saturday & Sunday 10am-6pm - Library ‘til 4:30pm,
→ Visitor’s centre & shop ‘til 6pm, Conservatory & Gallery ‘til 5.30pm
→ 1000 Surf Ave, Brooklyn, NY 1122406/07/15 - Monday
→ Monday - Thursday: 12pm-11pm, Friday: 12pm-12am, Friday-Sunday: 11am-12am
→ 12 Eldridge St, New York, NY 1000211:00 - New Museum
→ Sunday-Thursday: 10am-5pm, Friday: 10am-3pm Synagogue tours every hour
→ 235 Bowery, New York, NY 1000212:00 - Lunch (Out)
→ Thursday 11am-9pm, Friday-Sunday & Wednesday 11am-6pm
→ W 249th St, Bronx, NY 1047113:00 - New York Botanical Garden
→ Tues–Sun; Grounds 9AM–5:30PM; Shop 9AM-4PM; Glyndor Gallery+Cafe 10AM–4:30PM; Greenhouses 10AM–12PM & 1PM–4PM
→ 2900 Southern Blvd, Bronx, NY 1045819:00 - The King and I (3h)
→ Tuesday to Sunday, 10 a.m.–6 p.m
→ Lincoln Center Theatre - Vivian Beaumont08/07/15 - Wednesday
→ 150nd W 65th Street, New York, NY, 10036
→ 1000 5th Ave, New York, NY 1002814:00 - Museum of Sex
→ Sunday–Thursday: 10:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.; Friday and Saturday: 10:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.
→ 233 5th Ave, New York, NY 1001617:00 - Madame Tussauds
→ Sunday – Thursday: 10am–8pm; Friday & Saturday: 10am–9pm
→ 234 W 42nd St, New York, NY 1003609/07/15 - Thursday
→ 9 a.m.-10 p.m. all July
→ 1047 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 1002511:00 - Morris-Jumel Mansion
→ The Cathedral; 7:30 am – 6 pm daily. VC/Shop; 9 am – 5 pm daily.
→ 65 Jumel Terrace New York, NY 10032 USA12:00 - The Cloisters Museum and Gardens
→ Tuesday - Sunday 10am-4pm
→ 99 Margaret Corbin Dr, New York, NY 1004019:30 - NBoC: The Peony Pavilion (1h30m)
→ March–October: 10:00 a.m.–5:15 p.m.
→ David H. Koch Theater10/07/15 - Friday
→ 20 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023
→ 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 1011210:00 - Guggenheim
→ 8:00 am - midnight, 7 days a week.Last elevator goes up @11:00 p.m.
→ 1071 5th Ave, New York, NY 1012815:00 - Museum of Modern Art
→ Sunday–Wednesday, Friday: 10 a.m.-5:45 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m.-5:45 p.m.
→ 11 W 53rd St, New York, NY 1001920:00 - Empire State Building
→ Sunday–Thursday, Saturday: 10:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.; Friday: 10:30 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
→ 350 5th Ave, New York, NY 1011822:00 - Dinner & Drinks (Out)
→ 8AM to 2AM.* The last elevator up is at 1:15AM.
→ Duane Park12/07/15 - Sunday
→ 308 Bowery, New York, NY, 10012
2015.04.14 20:08 tabledresser [Table] IAmA: I am TOP CHEF alum and author Bryan Voltaggio, AMA!
|Do you have a specific comfort food that you brings you up when you're feeling down?||Comfort food - for me, personally, I find comfort in cooking. So sometimes if I have a bad day, you know, I might just go to the stove, get into one of those moods where I just wanna cook for myself and/or somebody, but I also look at it as quiet time. Typically, if there's something going on during the course of the day, I might even jump on one of my lines and either assist or push aside one of my cooks for a moment, just so I can go back to being a line cook because that's where I am most happy, cooking for myself and/or others.|
|Can you think of a time when you were down and you had a meal that turned your day/outlook around for you?||During the challenges, the best thing to do is cook what you know, cook within your ability, and cook within your repertoire. What I've found is contestants in the history of TOP CHEF who try to cook against others and not with themselves are typically ones that don't succeed. Stay true to who you are. Cook to the best of your ability, and just have fun doing so.|
|What are the characteristics that go into making a successful contestant on Top Chef other than simply being able to make good food?||Obviously, menu planning in a restaurant, you're allowed more time to focus on what the outcome is going to be. Under time constraints, in a TOP CHEF scenario or some other food competition, you're pressured by time, and so typically you'll find at the end of it, you'll find you could've done something better than what you did, haha!|
|What is the difference between being able to compose a kick-ass restaurant menu vs. being able to put together those Top Chef dishes?||In the restaurant you always have the ability of trial & error prior to putting it on the menu.|
|How long do you actually take to come up with a dish?||So sometimes things pop right into your head. Sometimes you have to create as you go. Certainly there's a few minutes before the challenge actually starts, but not a lot of time to think through every thought.|
|How often is it based on something you've already made and how often is it something totally new?||However, again, leaning on your repertoire is just the best way of going about it.|
|I know you're an advocate of venison. Goto preparation for cuts like backstrap or loin?||You know, for me, I like to marinate the meat first. With a dry seasoning. So some sort of a salt cure, typically for 4-5 hours, just to - and it can be any preference, if you like heavy spices, or something that's a bit sweeter with some sugar and/or coffee grounds (I like to use that as well when I'm marinating venison, I have a great coffee rub for venison in the book HOME you could use for it - it's for pork shoulder in the book). Let it sit for a few hours, then let it rest in a pan, then baste it with butter. Roast it until it gets to the correct temperature - I like mine rare to medium rare, because venison is very lean, so it tends to dry out unless you cook it on the underdone side.|
|off, as a massive Top Chef addict, I’m so thankful to have one of my favorite chefs from the series on here to do an AMA. Do you think season six was one of those unfair seasons for the other chefs to participate in? I only ask this, because you and your brother along with Jennifer Carroll, in my opinions stood out the most--in some episodes, it just seemed unfair to be in a quickfire with you guys. And how mesmerizing is Tom Colicchio?||There's a ton of great chefs in that season. Obviously my brother, myself, and then there's Kevin Gillespie, a great chef in Atlanta, as well as Eli Kirstein, also from Atlanta, and who can forget Mike Isabella, who is also a neighbor here in the DC area and a friend. It was a well-rounded season, with a lot of great chefs, and I was proud to be a part of it. Mesmerizing? Tom is obviously an amazing chef. It was great to be a part of TOP CHEF & get to know him a bit better. Really thoughtful cook, and he's an advocate for things that are important for me as well, like child hunger, and he's a champion at getting these issues in the forefront.|
|I've recently heard that you don't really need to soap up a knife. Just a good rinse in hot water and a wipe down will suffice. Also as a non-celebrity chef, what should I look for in a good knife? Brand suggestions? I have always been privy to Henckle's (Own a 6" chefs kinfe, a deboning knife, and a paring knife). What should I look to next to purchase?||You should look for a good sturdy knife that feels good in your hands. Knives are personal. It should feel good when you pick it up. You'll know when you pick it up, I know that sounds difficult, but if you go to a store with a good selection of knives, you'll know. Especially a cookware store. Everyone should have a good, sharp chef's knife. And at least a paring knife. And you can accomplish most of what you need to do with those two.|
|How do you care for your knives?||You should always clean & sanitize your knives.|
|If you could rectify one common food misconception, what would it be?||One common food misconception? Less is more.|
|Also, can you share the secret of getting that deliciously crispy/salty crust you put on your pork tenderloins?||And the crispy-salty crust - you put together anything that's crispy and salty and you get a great crust I guess, haha! It's typically panko bread crumbs that have been toasted in clarified butter, and at that point, that can be the basis for any crispy salty crust that you're looking for.|
|Do you find any type of food harder or easier to cook? Sometimes I see famous chefs remark that something is harder than anything else they'd done before.||Again, just talking about patience - when you're talking about tougher cuts of meat, or things that take a good amount of time, with everybody's busy lifestyles, taking the time to follow through on a dish becomes more difficult than it used to be. Carving out the right amount of time, and planning your day or weekend so you pay full attention to a dish from start to finish will always yield the most delicious results.|
|According to you what is the healthiest snack which is also easy to make?||Tssh tssh tssh.|
|Hummus is good. I like making fresh hummus is in different ways, with other purees. You can use green peas, fava beans, when they're in season. But I also like salsas, and of course, guacamole. Anything where you can take a crispy vehicle to dip into can be not only delicious but also slightly healthy (I guess you could say).|
|How do you salt? Do you shake? Grind it? Or sprinkle over the top? You can tell a lot by the way someone salts...||Actually, we use a very specific percentage to season our ingredients with. We use, by weight, we measure the finished product or the product to be cooked, and then we multiply it by .005, or a half-percent, to get the proper amount of salt to use to season the dish. You'll see that formula carried through in the new book to make seasoning easy and formulate.|
|Hi Bryan, thanks for being here today. How do you balance family and work life with so much going on?||As I continue to grow restaurants and get involved in many more things as a chef, this family / work / life balance is very top of mind. I have a very loving and supportive family, who understands my passion and goals and supports me. But then again, I need to give back the same support to my family and their goals and wishes. So communication is key in creating the balance.|
|What's your typical (or atypical) process for creating a new dish and getting it on the menu? If it's even possible to calculate, how many hours go into formulating it, figuring out the overhead and labor, etc...? Alternately: what's the story behind one of your favorite dishes?||Typically things all start with the ingredient. Obviously, I cook very seasonally, so I get excited for the process of creating a new dish by focusing on the starting point, and then applying whatever cooking processes we have in our bag of tricks as a chef. The great thing is there are so many now where we can - fruits and vegetables specifically - use many cooking techniques, so this time of year, Spring, is the most exciting.|
|What is comfort food for you?||Comfort food for me... again, home cooked meals, cooking for others, cooking with my family is what's comforting for me.|
|What's your biggest splurge?||My biggest splurge... Tssh tssh tssh... I travel for food. I won't hold back. If there's something I need to try, I'll get there. That's happened many times. So I guess traveling for food.|
|Hey Bryan! I'm thinking about starting my own restaurant. Any advice for a first timer?||If you haven't managed or been involved with management on the front end of the restaurant (or the back end), immerse yourself in both sides NOW. If you're a chef, obviously, surround yourself with a good team, first and foremost. And be sure to see your vision through. Because if not, then it won't be authentic.|
|Hey Bryan! Does Padma know much about being a chef? How do you guys handle criticisms from her knowing she doesn't have experience?||Padma has plenty of experience. She spends tons of her time at the table and the stove. Mostly we see her at the table, where she has certainly developed a very reliable palate, and the times that she spoke to my food, she certainly picked up on things that I tried to have come across in a dish.|
|Welcome to reddit, and thank you for sharing your time with us Bryan! Cast iron skillets, why or why not? I've always been told they taste better with certain foods, but I haven't looked into it much.||Actually, there's a recipe in my new book HOME, which asks for a cast-iron skillet to cook the steak dinner. The reason why I love cast iron is for its even heating surface, the fact that you can obviously have a very seasoned skillet that creates a nonstick surface, and as long as you take care of it, it'll also last you a lifetime.|
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