31 Aug 2010 05:25 am

The Bazaar, one of the hottest restaurants in Los Angeles, is a fantastic blend of food and fun. The hit tapas restaurant, owned by Chef Jose Andres and designed by Philippe Starck, opened in the lavish SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills in late 2008 (the duo plans to open a Miami location in Spring 2012).



As its name suggests, The Bazaar features more than one room, or venue, and each section is dedicated to a different cuisine or theme. There are five sections: Bar Centro is the main bar; Rojo is the red-themed contemporary dining room; Blanca is the white-themed traditional dining room; The Patisserie is the dessert bar; and the gallery showcases unique merchandise curated by Murray Moss of the New York design shop Moss. And while each room has a different theme, they all have one thing in common-the atmosphere is bold and playful. Imagine this: the restaurant is outfitted with more than 100 different types of chairs and approximately two dozen crystal and glass chandeliers.

And Chef Andres’ cuisine is just as inventive and whimsical as the décor. He let his imagination run wild-and it works! The food is served as tapas, or small plates. And while there is a solid list of traditional tapas like the Jamon platter or a selection of cheeses, many are wildly creative. Chef Andres puts an experimental spin on simple, traditional foods like the Philly cheesesteak with a dish called ‘The Philly Cheesesteak,’ air bread filled with cheese and topped with Wagyu beef. There are also some unusually unique and modern dishes like the Cotton Candy Foie Gras,’ a chilled foie gras terrine wrapped in cotton candy and served on a lollipop stick.

Come dessert, you can either stay at the table or move to the Patisserie, where there is a larger selection of bonbons and other delights created by pastry chef Michel Gillet.

Whether you are out for a drink, a full meal or a quick dessert, a trip to The Bazaar makes for a magical night that won’t soon be forgotten.

The Bazaar by Jose Andres
SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills
465 S. La Cienega Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA

High Tea: 3 p.m. - 5 p.m. (Sat.-Sun.)
Brunch: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. (Sat.-Sun.)
Dinner: 6 p.m. - 10 p.m. (Sun.-Wed.)
                6 p.m. - 11 p.m. (Thurs.-Sat.)

Try this:

1. Philly Cheesesteak: Air bread, cheddar, Wagyu beef
2. Cotton Candy Foie Gras: Chilled foie gras terrine wrapped in cotton candy and served on a stick
3. Caviar Cone:  A paper-thin cone filled with cauliflower crème fraîche, topped with paddlefish caviar and chives
4. Watermelon Tomato Skewers: Pedro Ximénez reduction, watermelon, cherry Tomatoes
5. Not Your Everyday Caprese: Cherry tomatoes, liquid mozzarella

30 Aug 2010 04:52 am

Beets are thought to have originated in prehistoric North Africa and grew wildly along European and Asian coastlines. Contrary to today, beets were most commonly eaten for their leaves, not their root.

Beets were first brought to the United States during the 19th century, when it was discovered that they were a highly concentrated source of sugar. Today the United States is one of the leading producers of beets, as the crop thrives in more than 30 states.



What is a beet?

This vibrant root vegetable has two edible parts-the more commonly eaten deep-red root and the edible green leaves. And although the vegetable was once mainly used as a garnish in salads, it has recently emerged as a more common vegetable because of their touted health benefits. Studies show that beets and their juices help prevent cancer, heart disease and iron deficiency, among other things.

Are there different kinds of beets?

Although typically a deep reddish-purple hue, beets come in many varieties, including some that feature white or golden roots. 

Where can I buy the freshest beets?

Since they are grown so widely, beets are available year-round. The peak season, however, is June through October.

When selecting beets, choose small to medium-sized plants with firm roots, smooth skin and a deep color.  Avoid beets that are bruised or have soft, wet spots-all signs of aging. If you will be eating the leaves, choose beets with fresh, crispy and bright green leaves. If you do not plan on eating the greens, the quality of the leaves is not significant.

How should I store beets?

It is best to cut the tops off of beets and store them, unwashed, in individual plastic bags in the refrigerator. Beets should stay crispy for two-four weeks. If storing the tops, greens should last up to four days.  

Freezing raw beets is not recommended, as they tend to soften when thawing. 

What is the best way to eat beets?Beets are a versatile vegetable that can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. They can be eaten raw, cooked, baked, steamed or pickled.


Small beets tend to be very tender and, therefore, make an excellent addition to salads. Medium and large beets, on the other hand, are good for cooking and sprucing up dishes such as roasted vegetables.

Regardless of how you decide to enjoy beets, be sure to wash and scrub them before cooking. Beets should also be peeled before eating and it is typically easiest to do so after they are cooked. Be sure to wear disposable or plastic gloves when peeling beets, as the red juice can stain your hands and your clothing.

27 Aug 2010 05:54 am

While not all of us have access to the unique Pink Himalayan Rock Salt used by Chef David Burke as both a seasoning and as a base for food to sit upon (like the butter he serves on tables in his restaurants), salt is a staple item in practically every home. Salt is usually used as an additive, but there are many unthought-of of uses for salt that turns this common household item into quite the lifesaver.


Shelling Nuts
To make nuts, like Pecans, just a bit easier to crack into, soak them in salt water for several hours before shelling. The shell should peel away with little effort.

Washing Spinach
The small crevices in spinach leaves can make them difficult to wash thoroughly. Try washing leaves in mildly salted water, it will help dislodge the dirt.

Keep Salad Crispy
If you’re preparing salad ahead of time, lightly salt the salad to help retain the crispiness of the leaves.

Prevent Fruit from Browning
To keep freshly cut fruit from turning brown, briefly soak it in a bowl of lightly salted water.

In Whip Cream and Beaten Eggs
Add a small pinch of salt to whip cream or eggs before beating. This will help cream to whip lighter and will improve firmness in eggs after baking.

Keep Milk Fresh
Adding a small pinch of salt to your carton of milk or cream can help it last just a bit longer.

Prevent Cheese from Molding
Wrap cheese in a damp napkin that has been soaked in salt water before storing it in your refrigerator to help prevent mold from growing.

Shell Hard-boiled Eggs
Adding a teaspoon of salt to water before boiling eggs with prevent the shell from crumbling into tiny pieces when peeling it.
Decrease Cooking Time
Contrary to popular belief, adding salt to water does not make water boil faster. It does, however, make the water boil to a higher temperature. Thus, your food should cook more quickly.

26 Aug 2010 07:10 am

Soups aren’t just for cold, rainy days. Summertime is actually the perfect time to indulge in a refreshing and fresh chilled soup. Vegetables like tomatoes, zucchini and corn are at the peak of their seasons and can be perfect as a light lunch, or as an accompaniment to your meal.



New York

Gramercy Tavern
42 E. 20th St.
(212) 477-0777

Main Dining Room
Lunch: 12 p.m. - 2 p.m. (Mon. - Fri.)
Dinner: 5:30 p.m. - 10 p.m. (Sun. - Thurs.)
               5:30 p.m. - 11 p.m. (Fri. - Sat.)
12 p.m. - 11 p.m. (Sun. - Thurs.)
12 p.m. - 12 a.m. (Fri. - Sat.)

Chef Michael Anthony uses the seasonal favorite, zucchini, right at the prime of its season to create the Chilled Zucchini Soup. The delicious zucchini and cucumber soup, which is served both in the tavern and the main dining room, is topped with fried oysters and then garnished with beautiful (and edible!) orange squash blossoms-a treat for your eyes and your stomach!

Klee Brasserie
200 Ninth Ave.
(212) 633-8033

Lunch/Brunch: 12 p.m. - 3 p.m. (Thurs - Fri)
                           11 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. (Sat - Sun)
Dinner: 5:30 p.m. - 11 p.m. (Sun - Wed)
               5:30 p.m. - 12 a.m. (Thurs - Sat)

Klee’s Green Pea Soup, created by the restaurant’s owner and Chef Daniel Angerer, might seem like an ordinary soup on paper, but we can assure you that’s not the case. The Green Pea Soup is served as a series of four shooters and, thus, is presented in glasses rather than in a bowl. The inventive shooters are then garnished with a smoky cheese.

110 W Illinois St
Chicago, IL
(312) 644-0500

11:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. (Mon. - Fri.)
10:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. (Sun.)
5 p.m. - 12 a.m. (Mon. - Thurs., Sun.)
5 p.m. - 1 a.m. (Fri. - Sat.)
At Sunda, an Asian Fusion restaurant in the trendy River North area of Chicago, Chef Rodelio Agilbot serves sashimi-but not on rice. Instead, the sashimi sits atop a chilled tomato and ponzu soup. The thought is that, on a hot summer day, a chilled soup is more appealing than a mound of rice. In the past, Agilbot has also served a cold corn and miso soup garnished with grilled scallops and chili oil.

Los Angeles

The Roof Garden
The Peninsula Hotel
9882 South Santa Monica Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA
(310) 975-2855

7 a.m. - 9 p.m. (Daily)

This Beverly Hills restaurant, set on a stylish poolside patio at the Peninsula Hotel, has cooked up a special gazpacho for their menu this summer. The green tomato and cucumber gazpacho is a light mix of parmesan, tomato, ricotta cheese and poblano peppers served with a scoop of opal basil sorbet.
Las Vegas

Julian Serrano
ARIA Resort & Casino
3730 Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV
(702) 590-8520

11 a.m. - 11 p.m. (Daily)

This summer, Julian Serrano is offering a slew of summer soups on their menu. The first, a lobster gazpacho, is a traditional gazpacho served with a generous helping of lobster meat. The second soup, called the fisherman’s soup, is a fish soup made with shrimp, mussels, whitefish and sofrito. The third, a decadent wild mushroom soup, is created using fresh shiitake mushrooms and crimini. The soup also includes oysters and is topped with a foie gras cream.

25 Aug 2010 07:31 am

When you hear the phrase “Jell-O shots,” most of us think of swarms of college kids downing the frat favorite at a party reminiscent of the movie Animal House. But these days, that’s not quite the case. Some fine dining establishments around the country are giving the jiggly drink a 5-star makeover. The drinks are being served as gelatinous cubes, slices or pyramids and are actually more like mini hors d’oeuvres. Trust us, you won’t find these creations anywhere else.



Bar Nineteen 12
The Beverly Hills Hotel
9641 Sunset Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA
Hours: 5 p.m.-2 a.m. (Daily)

At Bar Nineteen 12, inside the Beverly Hills Hotel, alcohol-infused jelly shots offer a contemporary alternative to the classic drinks on the menu. Guests at this trendy, but historical L.A. haunt can try both the white mojito jelly shot, a combination of rum, St. Germain elderflower liquor, lime juice, simple syrup, fresh mint and gelatine and the black mojito jelly shot, a delicious of blend of black vodka, creme de cassis, chambord, lime juice, simple syrup, fresh mint and gelatine.

1723 North Halsted
Chicago, IL
5:30 pm - 9:30 pm (Wed. - Fri.)
5 pm - 9:30 pm (Sat. - Sun.)

At Alinea, an upscale restaurant located in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood, diners receive a full menu of tasting portions. And, although the menu changes regularly, this summer it begins with a series of edible cocktails. Included in the line-up of all-star dishes are a pisco sour, a delicious blend of pisco, lemon and cane juice that is whipped into a meringue-like puff; a gin-infused cucumber cube that is topped with a drop of rose water and a sprig of mint; and a bourbon-soaked cherry topped with vermouth foam.

24 Aug 2010 08:23 am

The third annual Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival is set to take place October 7-10, 2010. The event began three years ago as a one night event and was so successful that it was expanded to a festival the following year. The festival, presented by Food & Wine and Travel + Leisure, was launched by founder and director Lee Brian Schrager of Southern Wine & Spirits of America and consisted of over 80 events. By 2009, the festival grew to over 120 events, including tastings, culinary demonstrations and educational seminars.

The events take place primarily in the trendy Meatpacking District and select landmarks around New York City. The event is the only festival in New York that brings together epicurean legends and television personalities.



This year’s chefs and culinary personalities include Alton Brown, Rachel Ray, Martha Stewart, Bobby Flay, Mashaharu Morimoto and Daniel Boulud, to name a few. Popular winemakers and cocktails experts such as Alessia Antinori and Josh Wesson will also be attending the Columbus Day weekend event.

While the festival is certainly about exploring the culinary world and all of its offerings, 100 percent of the net proceeds will directly benefit the hunger relief organizations Food Bank for New York City and Share Our Strength.

If you’re lucky enough to be in town to catch this year’s Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival, here’s a sampling of what you’re in for.

Meatball Madness
Food Network’s Giada De Laurentiis hosts one of the first events of the festival on Thursday, October 7 with an all-star lineup of top-notch chefs cooking up an Italian favorite-meatballs. Participating chefs include Missy Robbins (A Voce), Michael Lomonaco (Porter House New York and Katherine Thompson (L’Artusi), to name a few. October 7, 7-10 p.m. Tickets are $200 per personPanel Discussion, Get Real, Go Local, Demand Organic
Author and CEO of Rodale Inc., Maria Rodale, teams up with author Nina Planck and Chef Michel Nischan to answer all of your questions about local, pure and sustainable food. The trio will discuss the popular organic movement and how it can be easily implemented into your everyday life. October 9, 3 - 4 p.m. Tickets are $20.

23 Aug 2010 05:18 am

What are green beans?

Green beans, also known as string beans, are the most popular edible pod beans in the United States. These beans are commonly referred to as string beans, because a fibrous string runs along the bean’s seam.


Are there different kinds of green beans?

Green beans closest relative is the wax bean. Wax beans are long and slender and the color varies from light to deep yellow. Wax beans have a thin, velvety skin and a more subtle flavor than the green bean. 

How can I make sure I buy the freshest green beans?

Fresh green beans are available year-round, but their peak season is from May to October. It is best to buy green beans at farmer’s markets or store that sell them loose, so that you can handpick each bean. Choose crisp, blemish-free beans that are bright green and no thicker than a pencil. To ensure proper cooking, try to select beans with similar sizes and shapes.

How should I store green beans?

Green beans should be washed and dried thoroughly before being placed in a plastic bag and put in the refrigerator. Properly stored green beans will stay fresh for approximately 4 to 5 days.

What is the best way to prepare green beans?

Green beans can be cooked whole or cut, both lengthwise or crosswise. Keep in mind that beans will be sweeter and crispier the less they are cut. While some people prefer to stir-fry green beans, this tasty vegetable can also be boiled, steamed or microwaved. In order to maintain the most nutrients, cook green beans as little as possible using small amounts of water.

20 Aug 2010 04:33 am

Who doesn’t love a nice, cold glass of lemonade on a hot summer day. Whether it’s that refreshing taste or the nostalgia of youth, lemonade just seems like the perfect beverage when the afternoon sun is at its peak.

Today, August 20, is National Lemonade Day, and one noteworthy New York Chef is setting up shop to serve high-end lemonade at his very own sidewalk lemonade stand.



Chef David Burke will celebrate the holiday from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. outside of David Burke Townhouse, Fishtail and David Burke at Bloomingdales. Burke’s lemonade will also be available at Giannillo The Salon, a high-end hair salon and at the DOG store, an upscale dog groomer.

Each lemonade stand and restaurant will serve homemade lemonade and a complimentary macaroon for only $1. Flavors of lemonade include: Sugar beet, blueberry pie and Jersey lemonade.

All proceeds will be donated to the National Animal Rescue and Sheltering Coalition through Celebrity Catwalk.

David Burke Townhouse
133 E. 61st St.
New York, NY

135 E. 62nd St.
New York, NY

David Burke at Bloomingdales
1000 Third Ave.
New York, NY

Giannillo The Salon
217 E. 60th St.
New York, NY

the DOG store
170 E. 61st St.
New York, NY

If you can’t make it to David Burke - we’ve got some other suggestions.

118 E Bellevue Place
Chicago IL

LUXBAR is offering an adult version of lemonade in celebration of this foodie holiday - their signature Lemonhead Martini.  Normally $11.50 they are offering it for a discount from Friday through Sunday, when it will cost only $5.  Made with Belvedere Citrus, Triple Sec, sugar and freshly squeezed lemon juice the cocktail is garnished with crushed Lemonhead candies, a nod to the child in all of us. 

Hash House a Go Go (Multiple Locations)
6800  W Sahara Ave
Las Vegas, NV

Imperial Palace
3535 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV

3628 5th Ave
San Diego, CA

In a year round informal celebration of National Watermelon Month and Lemonade Day Hash House a Go Go will be serving its signature Kiwi Watermelon Lemonade - featured on Travel Channel’s Man V. Food last year - at all locations.  A staple at the restaurant this cocktail is slowly layered with kiwi syrup, lemonade and watermelon juice.  It can be served either with or without vodka - so it is suitable for kids and adults alike!  Let the celebration begin.

If you’re not in the mood to go out in the heat there are some cocktails you can try at home.  For beer drinkers there are a few.  First, “The Classic Shandy.”  Mixing beer and lemonade dates back to 17th century England where beer was flavored with a sweet lemon mixture of offset the quality of the beer.  Generally this cocktail is a mixture of beer, ginger beer, ginger ale or lemonade.  There’s also the “Skip and Go Naked” which is a combination of beer, lemon juice, gin and a dash of grenadine.

For those who prefer their lemonade straight from the blender there’s Daily’s Frozen Lemonade - a frozen pouch that’s able to go from store to freezer to drinking with the slushy taste of a blender drink but without the fuss and mess.  Their newest creation is not for the little ones though as it does contain alcohol.

In retrospect, the first lemonade soft drink made its debut today, August 20th, back in the year 1630 in Paris, France.  Viva La France for bringing us this refreshing drink.

19 Aug 2010 04:54 am

Pizza, an American favorite, is typically thought of as a quick and cheap meal to grab on a weeknight when you’re just too tired to make dinner. Sure, there are some gourmet pizzas like those made by Wolfgang Puck, but none compare to one special pie getting the royal makeover at one New York City pizzeria.




Nino’s Bellisima Pizza
890 Second Ave.
New York, NY

12 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. (Mon. - Thurs.)
12 p.m. - 11:30 p.m. (Fri. - Sat.)
12 p.m. - 10 p.m. (Sun.)

Born on New York’s Upper East Side, this 12-inch thin crust pizza is one for the record books. Topped with Petrossian caviar, lobster tails, crème fraiche and chives, this extravagant pizza is sold for $1000. Think that’s a high price to pay for a pizza? Owner Albanian Nino Selimaj says the refined ingredients on this high-end pizza make it worth it. In fact, it costs the restaurant $720 just to make one of these masterpieces! (Note: To order this pizza, you must call at least 24 hours ahead.)

And, if you think this pizza is expensive, check out some other pricey pies around the world.

Renato Viola
Salerno, Italy

Arguably the most expensive single pizza in the world, this pizza, donned “Lois XIII,” redefines luxury. The creation takes about 72 hours to make and the 8-inch pizza is topped with buffalo mozzarella, three types of caviar, lobster and, for the finishing touch, is dusted with hand-picked grains of pink Australian sea salt. At $12,000 the price tag is steep, but it does include in-home service: Three Italian chefs come to the comfort of your own home (well, Italian villa) and make the pie in-house.

Domenico Crolla
Glasgow, Scotaland

Named after the British agent, James Bond, this pizza certainly lives up to its title. At $4,200 a pop, the luxurious pie, known as “Pizza Royale 007,” is topped with champagne-soaked caviar and lobster that has been marinated in 100-year-old cognac sprinkled. For a touch of class and perfection, the finishing touch on this famous pie is a sprinkle of 24-carat gold dust.

18 Aug 2010 07:55 am

In recent years, pomegranates have been heralded for their endless health benefits. Sure, pomegranates are healthy, but their sweet and tangy taste also makes their juice extremely tasty-especially in cocktails and mixed drinks. In fact, many mixologists have taken to adding the unique juice to specialty drinks on some of the country’s hottest cocktail menus.


Las Vegas
miX Lounge
THEhotel at Mandalay Bay
3950 Las Vegas Blvd S.
Las Vegas, NV 89119
(702) 632-9500

Opens at 5 p.m. daily

Sitting atop the 64th floor of THEhotel at Mandalay Bay, this Las Vegas hotspot features an extensive drink menu and some of the best music in town. While the cocktails are all high on our list, the Pomegranate Mojito (a refreshing blend of Bacardi lemon, pomegranate juice, fresh lime and mint) holds supreme.


Eyecandy Sound Lounge & Bar
THEhotel at Mandalay Bay
3950 Las Vegas Blvd S.
Las Vegas, NV 89119
(702) 632-7777

Bar  opens at 11 a.m. daily
Sound lounge opens at 6 p.m. daily

Located in the center of Mandalay Bay’s casino, Eyecandy Sound Lounge & Bar not only lets guests create visuals and messages that project onto screens above the dance floor, but it also has an unrivaled cocktail menu. World-renowned master Mixologist Tony Abou-Ganim has created no shortage of delicious drinks, including a wide selection of pomegranate infused drinks such as the Anti-Oxidant, a blend of absolute ruby red vodka, lemon sour, pomegranate juice and a splash of soda; the Pomcandy, Pearl pomegranate vodka, Pama liqeur, pomegranate juice, lime juice and lemon sour; and the Elite Fizz, Grey Goose vodka, pomegranate juice, champagne and Red Bull.


New York
Bar Masa
10 Columbus Circle, 4th floor
New York, NY

11:30 a.m. - 1 a.m. (Mon. - Sat.)

This upscale sushi spot features an exotic cocktail menu complete with specialty cocktails, wines and an extensive sake list. Most cocktails, like the saketini, have a distinct Asian flair. Mixologists add fresh pomegranate juice to the saketini and will also whip up a pomegranate sour, a concoction made of fresh pomegranate juice, Ketel One vodka, lemon and lime.


Nacional 27
325 W. Huron St.
Chicago, IL 60610
(312) 664-2727

5 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. (Mon. - Wed.)
5 p.m. - 11 p.m. (Thurs.)
5 p.m. - 2 a.m. (Fri.)
5 p.m. - 3 a.m. (Sat.)

Nacional 27’s mixologist Adam Seger is well-known for his unique, signature cocktails that include a host of pomegranate drinks. The most famous? Seger’s El Corazon, an award-winning blend of Corzo Silver, passionfruit, and pomegranate with a peppercorn-dusted rim and garnished with a touch of seasonal fruit. Another crowd favorite is the Chadwick, a blend of 10 cane rum, mint, lime, pomegranate, ginger and habañero.

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