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“Social Brunch” at Frankie + Fanucci’s Wood Oven Pizzeria

ON THE MENU Click on the images below to dive in to some serious #foodporn. THE DETAILS Looking for a great new brunch spot? Check out the new concept introduced by Frankie & Fanucci's Wood Oven Pizzeria. Their 'social brunch'  includes a variety of wood-fired breakfast pizza, brunch plates and sides, served family-style and made to share for $25 per person. Plus, the cost includes $15 worth of beer, wine, and process from their 'Pour Your Own' taproom with over 30 options on tap. Want more? [...]

Spring Menus + Seasonality with Leslie Lampert

"Local tastes better." You can taste Leslie Lampert's mantra in every bite. I recently swung by Mount Kisco to join Leslie for lunch at her Mount Kisco eatery, Cafe of Love, where she recently unveiled her spring menu (check out a few photos below.) We chatted all things food, seasonal menus, inspiration, and her expansion—she recently opened up another Ladle of Love in Bronxville. Check out the interview below. Catch Leslie Lampert in Action Cafe of Love 38 E. Main [...]

Latin Cuisine + Mango Margaritas with Arlen Gargagliano

There's lots to love (and laugh about!) in my most recent interview with chef, cookbook author, and mixologist Arlen Gargagliano. While she may have hung up her apron momentarily—fingers crossed—to return to her teaching roots, Arlen still actively hosts cooking classes in her home and partakes in food events. You can catch her spicing it up with her Mango and Roasted Jalapeño Margarita at Siegel Bros. Wine & Spirits shop in Mount Kisco on May 4th (details below), and here, we chat about the event, authoring cookbooks, and her love for Latin American cuisine. [...]

Fork This: Cinco de Mayo Cocktails + Spring Menus to Love

Today on Fork This with IntoxiKate Fork This with IntoxiKate airs Tuesdays from 6-7 p.m. on 1490 WGCH and wgch.com. Tonight's guests include: Arlen Gargagliano, Chef, Cookbook Author + Cocktail Enthusiast When she’s not in teacher-mode, Arlen is hosting cooking classes and whipping up delicious cocktail creations. The author of Calypso Coolers and Mambo Mixers is headed to Siegel Bros. Wine & Spirits shop in Mount Kisco to demonstrate the perfect margarita for Cinco de Mayo. Catch her Thursday, May 4th from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. shaking her Mango and Roasted Jalapeño Margarita. [...]

Homemade Pasta + Stellar Sauce at Cotto Wine Bar Stamford

ON THE MENU Click on the images below to dive in to some serious #foodporn. THE DETAILS If you're looking for an authentic Italian eatery in Stamford, Cotto Wine Bar instantaneously transports you to a small café in Rome. From the homey ambiance to the authentic, imported foods, restaurateurs Claudio and Silvy Ridolfi create an intimate, delicious experience. Yes there's tapas, a slamming charcuterie platter, and brick oven-fired pizzas, but here the homemade pastas by Chef Rolando Guardado are the star. Accredited Sommelier Ian Toogood and [...]

Crafty Libations + Upscale Pub Food at Rye House in Port Chester

ON THE MENU Click on the images below to dive in to some serious #foodporn. THE DETAILS Seasoned restaurateurs Michael Jannetta, Robert Lombardi, Dan Forrester, and Jeffrey Skiba offer a spirited American tavern combining upscale pub food with a master mixology program, with craft beer, lively libations, and a very accessible wine list. Rye House in Port Chester offers  sharable small plates, seasonal salads, and hearty entrées, taking culinary cues from the many cities, ports, and cultures that [...]

By | 2017-04-17T13:54:28+00:00 April 17th, 2017|cocktails, craft beer, eat + drink, savory, sweet, westchester|0 Comments

Killer B Norwalk

Please note: If you are currently on any sort of diet, do yourself a favor and skip this post. I know, I know. I'm supposed to WANT the views. But listen, I'm looking out for you. There's only very tempting, calorically-dense food porn ahead. Also, I wouldn't read on an empty stomach, because you may start licking the screen. #seriously You've been warned :) Sometimes, a food experience so big comes across your plate and your can't get it off your mind. And that's exactly what Norwalk's Killer B is all about. The eatery boasts some seriously flavorful burgers, bacon, [...]

By | 2017-03-26T23:30:15+00:00 March 26th, 2017|cocktails, craft beer, eat + drink, fairfield, savory, sweet|0 Comments

Symrise Flavor, Hillside Food Outreach + Killer B

Today on Fork This with IntoxiKate Fork This with IntoxiKate airs Tuesdays from 6-7 p.m. on 1490 WGCH and wgch.com. Tonight's guests include: Emmanuel Laroche, VP of Marketing of Symrise   Did you ever wonder how trending flavors make their way onto products on store shelves? Emmanuel Laroche explains how Symrise works with product developers to create the hottest products on the market. He also talks innovation—offering up information on how the culinary world influences the savory, sweet, and beverage categories. Kathy Purdy, Founder of Hillside Food Outreach Hillside [...]

HVRW at Dubrovnik in New Rochelle

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week (#HVRW) is the perfect opportunity to try new restaurants in and around Westchester. The event runs through this weekend, so make sure to make those reservations to take advantage of the deal—$32.95 for a three-course dinner and $22.95 for a three-course lunch.* At the beginning of two-week-long event, I offered my tips on where to go this year, and mentioned I was checking out a restaurant that's been on MY list for quite some time. The interior is small but very cozy. Upon collecting my valet ticket (thank goodness for that in this area of New Rochelle), [...]

Fork This SoundBite: Ralph Erenzo of Hudson Whiskey

Ralph Erenzo, founder of Hudson Whiskey, chats about opening up the first distillery in New York since Prohibition. Erenzo and his team create a variety of whiskey, bourbon, vodka, and gin, sourcing 90% of the ingredients locally from the Hudson Valley. Take a listen...

By | 2017-03-15T12:14:36+00:00 March 15th, 2017|cocktails, eat + drink, farm to table, Fork This Radio|0 Comments